Month: October 2017

College Park Diner Dishes Out Breakfast 24/7

The College Park Diner sticks to the traditions of an old-school diner, slinging classic American food 24/7. It's no wonder why this spot is the local go-to for late-night eats — it's one of the only places open, but that's not the only reason. Regardless of the time of day, the College Park Diner always delivers fresh and hot food.

You can't go wrong with a signature dish like the Big B, three eggs cooked however you like, plus a breakfast meat, hashbrowns, and toast. If you want to boost your breakfast, add the 16-ounce T-bone steak to the aforementioned smorgasbord (with two eggs instead of three). Pancakes and French toast come hot and fluffy from the kitchen, where cooks also create burgers and sandwiches in addition to the breakfast fare.

College Park Diner Dishes Out Breakfast 24/7

The College Park Diner sticks to the traditions of an old-school diner, slinging classic American food 24/7. It's no wonder why this spot is the local go-to for late-night eats — it's one of the only places open, but that's not the only reason. Regardless of the time of day, the College Park Diner always delivers fresh and hot food.

You can't go wrong with a signature dish like the Big B, three eggs cooked however you like, plus a breakfast meat, hashbrowns, and toast. If you want to boost your breakfast, add the 16-ounce T-bone steak to the aforementioned smorgasbord (with two eggs instead of three). Pancakes and French toast come hot and fluffy from the kitchen, where cooks also create burgers and sandwiches in addition to the breakfast fare.

Brunch It Up at Milk and Honey Cafe by Celebrity Chef Sammy Davis

Milk and Honey Cafe seems to have discovered the recipe for keeping customers happy: one celebrity chef, 10 gourmet brunch dishes, and a pinch of superior customer service. Combine these ingredients, and you have a unique cafe concept that's bound to get customers buzzing.

Chef Sammy Davis, the winner of The Food Network's Chopped Redemption, heads up the kitchen at Milk and Honey Cafe. He crafts a list of signature brunch dishes and also offers some more familiar options like pancakes and eggs. Customers highly recommend you go with one of the specialty dishes—but don't ask for any modifications, because Chef Sammy will only create them according to his original vision. The vanilla French Cognac toast needs no tweaks, a decadent dish with fruit and a boozy cognac caramel sauce on top. The lobster crab has is also perfect as-is, a deep-fried lobster tail perched atop crab-laden hash browns. Put your name on the seating list before you come to Milk and Honey or be prepared to wait for a table.

Don’t Miss the Jerk Chicken at Unforgettable Flavors

Neville Nugent grew up cooking in his father's restaurant in Jamaica, so the idea to pursue a career in cuisine developed very naturally for him. As an adult, he traveled to the U.S. and starting honing his skills at renowned establishments like the Crown Plaza Hotel in Atlanta and the Willard Hotel in DC. In 2003, he and wife Sandra decided to take a leap of faith and open their own restaurant, Unforgettable Flavors in College Park.

Over the years, Chef Neville has won many fans in the eaters of College Park and beyond. They rave about the authentic Jamaican cuisine that he creates, particularly the jerk chicken and the curried cabbage. You can savor your jerk chicken solo or order it atop a plate of "Rasta Pasta," tri-color rotini with veggies and an herb-infused coconut cream sauce. Chef Neville also serves inventive sandwiches and wraps, stews, and vegetarian dishes.