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Re: The Best of the Bay - 2013

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Originally Posted by T37Chef View Post
Does anybody know what the criteria is for these catagories?

Best Town for families is Rockhall, based on what?
Best Town for Foodies is Annapolis? What about DC or Baltimore?

This list is joke!
Totally agree. For instance take the category Woulda posted. Why would Rock Hall ever be the place to bring out of town guests over Baltimore. There is so much to do in Baltimore from the Inner harbor and the Pride of Baltimore, to Camden Yards, the museums and galleries and the varied multitude of good restaurants, bar, Fells. Point , Canton, the concerts on Pier 6, OP sail, Ft McHenry, fireworks

That's vrs a Pirates Festival average couple of restaurants and crickets. I could understand Rock Hall winning a quiet town award but not a place too bring out of town guests. Nick may be right about the advertising. Maybe the judges lived in Rock Hall.

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