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Mick's New American Bistro, 207 W. Patrick Street in Frederick - Chef James Strine Has Departed - Closed

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If you're heading up north to Frederick for any of the multitude of events that they throw (In the Streets, Five Alive, Gallery Walk, First Night, etc..)- don't miss the opportunity to eat at Mick's American Bistro on Patrick St. Though downtown, it is a few blocks off of the main drag. The food is consistently good and always interesting.

The chef, Jeff Stines, worked at Cafe Boulud in Palm Beach and at the Breaker's Hotel also in Palm Beach, FL..He brings a passion for cooking and an innovative flair to his dishes.

Here's their website: http://www.frederick...sponsor&id=4458

Hope you have a chance to help this new entrepreneur succeed!

If you want to read more, I blogged about our experiences there here: http://thediningdiva.blogspot.com/

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Was there tonight, basically every possible pig part was on the menu as a special. Passed on the pork ears for pork shoulder served over brussel sprouts and mashed potatoes topped with a goose egg...quite good. There were a lot of things on the menu that sounded good, and from what I saw on my plate and my friend's (Lamp Shephard's Pie) they should be able to pull most of them off. I'm not in Frederick often but for a Saturday night it wasn't crowded at all, I would definitely go there often if I lived in the area.

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The original chef, Jimmy Strine, has left and returned to West Palm.... :-(

Do you know if Mick Strine (Jimmy's father) still owns it?

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Three years later, and the answer is.... No, he doesn't.  And it's not even Micks anymore, It's Le Parc Bistro and Stuart Kelman and Jeffrey Dempsey are the new owners.  Food has been consistently good, we love it for lunch!

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