The Frederick dining scene was featured in an article in the NY Times:
For a city once nicknamed “Fredneck” because of its reputation as an unsophisticated working-class town, Frederick, Maryland’s second largest city after Baltimore, has had an impressive makeover. The flourishing culinary scene is undoubtedly the biggest change. Natives of this metropolis of 55,000 are transforming the city, one hour from Washington, by opening restaurants and food shops.
Of course VOLT has to be mentioned but at least some others got some recognition as well. Interesting. Read the whole article here.