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  1. Mar 14, 2017 - "Bel-Loc Diner To Close March 26 after 53 Years" by Rachael Pacella on baltimoresun.com Note: Bel-Loc Diner has taken its place on the "Oldest Restaurants in the Baltimore and Annapolis Area" list.
  2. Has anyone been to Casselli's recently? It's a popular traditional Italian-American restaurant with opera singing to boot. No reservations but if you go before 6 ish you should be fine. Very fun place. 7620 Ridge Ave Philadelphia, PA 19128
  3. "Not A Love Letter: Di Fara Is Home To New York City's Junkiest Pizza Slice" by Katie Parla on foodrepublic.com
  4. Today they are knocking down Rick's Drive-in in Pasadena. Rick's was the originator of the spuderito, which I suppose you would describe as a french fry burrito , which as a description is sort of like saying a diamond is a compressed piece of black coal. that is, it's a really amazing food item far greater and more wonderful than the sum of its ingredients. The food (including Spuderito) lives on Bobby's Place (opened by a former employee) but I will really miss Rick's the original.... It was a wonderful and humble and enjoyably distinctly southern california experience. Very sad to see such a fine shack get the business end of the wrecking ball...