Harry's Main Street

I went to a place called Harry's Main Street in Westminster, Maryland. When I got there, there were two doors. One went to the actual restaurant, but the other one went to the take-out section. We got seated and looked at the menu. I can't remember what was on the adult menu,but I do remember some of the choices for the kids menu. There were mozzarella sticks, pasta with marinara, and hot dogs. I ordered the pasta with marinara because I wanted to try it. Even though there was a kids menu, there was no entertainment, and it took a really long time preparing our food. When I got what I ordered, I found out that they didn't put the marinara or the powdered cheese(which I wasn't expecting) on the pasta, which also surprised me since almost all the restaurants I've gone to put the marinara on the pasta before they serve it. Also, I didn't like the pasta because the cup that was filled with marinara was short, and I only got it in the middle of the pasta. I agree with my dad. I don't think you should order the pasta if you eat here. I give *** stars for kid friendliness and ** stars for food. Before I finish, I would like to thank everybody who voted for me, and that I got in 4th place in the Mobbies Rewards. Well, that's all. Bye!

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Pei Wei

I went to Pei Wei because my mom wasn't going to be home for dinner. I've been to Pei Wei many times, so I know that I like the food there.

When I got there, it was busier than usual, though we got seated quickly. On the menu at the counter, there were plenty of things like Dan Dan Noodles, Pad Thai, and Lo Mein. On the kids menu were Kids Lo Mein, Kids Teriyaki, and Kids Honey Seared. Owen, my brother, Olivia, my sister, and I all got the Kids Honey Seared while my dad got the combo of Spicy Beef with Thai Wanton Soup.

When we sat down, I immediately went for the chop sticks. Every time I go there, I use the chop sticks so that I can get better at it. It took a really long time for our food to come. Well, longer than usual. It took about 20 or 30 minutes until it came, though it was worth it!

My honey smeared noodles and chicken were fantastic! The chicken was sweet, chewy, and juicy! The noodles were also sweet, too. After I finished, we got fortune cookies. They too, were good.

I give **** stars for kid friendliness and ***** stars for food. The reason why I give 4 stars is because they only have 3 main courses for kids. Well, that's all. Bye! 

Pei Wei Asian Diner on Urbanspoon


Nominated For Baltimore Sun Contest

My mom told me that Adventures of a Koodie was nominated as Best Food Blog for the Baltimore Sun contest - The Mobbies! Please vote for me everyday through November 10 at 5pm. Don't forget to send those votes! Click here to vote! 

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German TV and The Steakhouse

A few weeks ago, I went to a place called The Steakhouse because there were some people from a German TV news show interviewing me. When I first got there, it kind of looked like a mini Morton's, only they had TVs. I also saw a light, though I couldn't make out what it was until I got seated. It was a arcade that I had seen! Though I tried to calm myself because I was on a hidden camera.

We took our seat and looked at the menu. There were lots of choices like fish & chips(served for lunch from 11:30 till 3pm), Steak Chesapeake, grilled salmon, and old fashioned cheeseburger as a main course and Crab dip,peel and eat shrimp,and finger lickin' wings as a appetizer. They also had a kids menu with normal choices like chicken fingers, grilled cheese, and hot dog. I got the sirloin tips with a side of Kraft macaroni & cheese and we got the BBQ chicken potato skins as a appetizer to share. 

While I waited, my dad got a prize card from one of the staff and we played a racing game. When it was over the bread had already came. It was chewy and moist and, with the butter, sweet. Then followed the BBQ chicken potato skins. They were salty, juicy, and the BBQ sauce on it gave a huge punch. 

Then the food came. While the macaroni and cheese was good since it was Kraft, the sirloin tips were awesome! They were juicy and very tender(though I made the foolish mistake of putting each one in my mouth whole). After that we went back to the arcade to get more tickets. Only then did I realize that the arcade was for kids and teenagers. There where games from the claw to a freaky zombie game(I can't remember the name). In the end I had gotten approximately 115 tickets, though since there was no one behind the prize counter, we decided to save up our card for the next time we came(my brother was not happy). I give ***** stars for kid friendliness and **** stars for food. Well, that's all. Bye!   

Original Steakhouse and Sports Theater on Urbanspoon


World Of Crepes Cafe

I went to a crepe place for dinner. It was called "World Of Crepes Cafe" in Towson. Before going, me and my family checked out the menu on the computer. There were choices like roasted pepper crepe(on the meal crepe menu) and marshmallow explosion(on the dessert crepe menu).

Then me, my brother, Owen, and my dad all went out to pick-up our order and bring it home. I had gotten a pizza crepe, Owen a four cheese, mommy had a tomato and cheese(she shared it with my sister,Olivia), and my dad had a egg, bacon & cheese. My crepe was delicious! It was cheesy and the cheese was gooey. It tasted like pizza! The only complaint was that there was goat cheese in it and I didn't think that should be on pizza. I give it ***1/2 stars for food. For kid friendliness, I give it *** because it was a cafe and there weren't many places to sit.Well, that's all. Bye!

World of Crepes on Urbanspoon


Joe Squared on Citypeek

Here is my review from the Baltimore Grand Prix of Joe Squared on the Citypeek website.

CITYPEEK Kid Blogger gives a PIZZA PEEK

I went to a place called Joe Squared PIZZA in Baltimore, Maryland. It was during my Hotel vacation.

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Featured in Gourmet Live

Gourmet Live Magazine wrote an article about kids and food called "Growing up Gourmands" and featured ME!
From Gourmet Live September 14th 2011 http://live.gourmet.com/

Eli Knauer

Many children consider dining out a welcome break from Mom’s home cooking, but for 10-year-old Eli Knauer, it’s all part of the job. As creator of the Baltimore-based blog Adventures of a Koodie, Knauer reviews local restaurants and awards them one to five stars for their kid-friendliness and food quality. “I look for the juiciness in meat, the gooeyness in cheese, and the sweetness in dessert,” he says. “But the first thing I look at is the surroundings. Is it a clean place? Is it a kid-friendly place?”

Just one year into his online reviews, Knauer has attracted a devoted following for his candid reflections and was recently nominated for a 2011 Most Valuable Blogger award from CBS TV’s Baltimore affiliate. No restaurant is safe from Knauer’s critical eye—not even Bobby Flay’s famed Burger Palace in Paramus, New Jersey, which Knauer granted a middling three stars for both kid-friendliness and food. “The cheese wasn’t very gooey” on his burger, Knauer wrote, and although the meat was “tender,” at one point it “tasted like ham.” While this young burger- and pizza-lover has a knack for dishing on dining out, Knauer says his goal is to transition from restaurant reviews to the field of food science. Nathan Myhrvold might just have met his competition.


Marriott Inner Harbor on Citypeek

Here is my review of the Marriott Inner Harbor in Baltimore on the Citypeek website.

Marriott Inner Harbor Hosts VIP's during Grand Prix-Eli-the Kid-Foodie = KOODIE

Eli Knauer is 10 years old, and started his blog, Adventures of a Koodie, because he loves to eat! CITYPEEK been asked countless times to cover more kid favorites, so welcome our new Kiddie Peek Blogger, Mr. Eli Knauer (10 years old).

CITYPEEK CEO/Publisher Patti Neumann had the pleasure of sitting down with him as he enjoyed a VIP Kids Experience at Phillips Seafood Restaurants' Harborplace location. This was our introduction to welcome Eli to the CITYPEEK family.

Next, we invited Eli and family to the Inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix and a marvelous overnight in the host hotel, Marriott Inner Harbor Camden Yards. Here is his review of his experience:

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The Maryland State Fair 2011

I went to the Maryland State Fair with my grandma, papap, mommy, daddy, brother Owen, and sister Olivia. I know I've done a review of this before, though it is about a complaint, which comes in a little later.

When I got to the food stop, I decided to try some lamb. This is the first time I had lamb. They had lamb wraps and a lamb sandwich. I got a BBQ lamb sandwich, since I love BBQ, and one time I went to the State Fair and decided to get my sandwich without BBQ sauce and it tasted too dry. It was delicious! It was juicy and had a big BBQ flavor, though it was so big that I didn't taste any of the lamb. Luckily my papap got a lamb sandwich and said I could try a piece of his. It did taste like chicken, though it was too dry.

Then later for dessert, I got some ice cream. The lady which sold the tickets said a baby cone was about 2 or 3 inches, though my dad and papap said it would have a big amount of ice cream on top, though when I got it, it had two melon ball scoops. I had gotten the flavor of the day, which was Brooms Bloom dirt, but it just tasted like chocolate ice cream, when I thought it was going to have chocolate and brownie chunks in it. And they where selling them at $2.00! My grandma said that she got half a gallon of ice cream at the grocery store for the same price! I give *** stars for food and *** stars for kid friendly.

Here is my thoughts. They should rename the cone sizes. The smallest size should be diet, medium should be kids size, large should me medium, and they should make a large. And they need to change the prices. It should go up one dollar each, so diet should be $1.00, kids size should be two dollars, medium should be three dollars, and $4.00 for large. Well, that's all. Bye!     



I went to the new Gino's in Towson. When I got there, there was a line, like all the other days they've been open. Though the other day we went and even though there wasn't a line, the girl outside said it was a 1 hour and 15 minute wait. My dad told me there wasn't a line because they kept it inside. When we got in, there was a huge TV showing fact's about Gino's history and people standing in line at the cash registers.When I saw the menu, there was no kids menu, though there were kid friendly things like a bacon cheeseburger and a cheeseburger. There was also other things like My Favorite Single Burger, My Favorite Double Burger, and Ameche's Power House. I had a Bacon Cheeseburger JR. because a regular is 2 burger's  instead of one. And they even had Chicken like Chicken tenders( what my brother got) and salads like Cob. We also got some French Fries and Onion rings with our meal. We found a table outside, since it was so crowded inside. It took a long time, though when it came, it was worth the wait. When the server brought our food and saw kids she said "Oh they were KIDS meals" but another server said "We are out of kids meals" and a third person said "we don 't have kids meals".  They seemed to be a little confused. But now let's go back to the food. The bacon cheeseburger tasted juicy, gooey, and meaty. What I call a fantastic bacon cheeseburger ( probably because I love bacon!)! And with a little vinegar, the french fries tasted delicious! My parents said the onion rings were greasy and looked like they weren't breaded(though I didn't try them). I give *** stars for kid friendly and **** stars for food. Also, there's one more thing I would like to tell you. Even though there sign says they have 1,000 flavors of milk shakes, this Gino's only has four. I found this out by my dad coming in and the person saying they only had four because they had just opened. Well, that's all. Bye!

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Miguel's/1st anniversary post

I went to a place in Baltimore called Miguel's for my 1st anniversary post. It was kind of a hidden restaurant because it was at the side of a hotel. When I got in, I saw skeleton's everywhere! I also saw that there was a bar and a jar of fire balls. My mom told me those were for after you ate. And I even saw the Best of Baltimore magazine which I was in. And guess what. They were in it too! When I got seated, I realized that some signs were in Spanish. I looked at the menu and realized that the menu was in Spanish too! The only things that I could read were empanadas and quesadillas! There was no kids menu either. I got a carne asada (steak) empanada and a cheese and chicken quesadilla to share with my brother. While I was waiting, they served chips that were crunchy, which had a spicy salsa which my brother liked. We ordered calamari which was chewy and it came with a creamy sauce instead of a tomato sauce. When it came, there was a squiggle of sour cream on the plate of the quesadilla. It was delicious! The empanada was spicy, meaty, and juicy. The quesadilla was gooey and juicy. I give ***** stars for food and *** stars for kid friendliness. I WAS going to give 2 stars for kid friendly, because of the skeletons. Then I learned that skeletons were a happy decoration during Día de los Muertos in Mexico. The skeletons weren't really that scary anyway. Well, that's all. Bye!

Miguel's Cocina y Cantina on Urbanspoon


Sofi's Crepes on Macaroni Kid

I wrote a guest restaurant review for the Macaroni Kid website and I wrote about my trip to Sofi's Crepes. Here it is and you can even win a $25 gift card:

Adventures of a Koodie Review: Sofi's Crepes

Win a $25 Gift Card for Your Own Savory or Sweet Experience!
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Bobby's Burger Palace

I went to a place called Bobby's Burger Palace In New Jersey. It was special because there was only 2 in New Jersey and 6 in the United States. I was lucky to go there because I was on a vacation with my Cousin Renee.

When I got there, there was a huge menu which had items on it like Miami Burger, Santa Fe Burger, and Napa Valley Burger. Though there was only one choice on the kids menu, and that was the Kids BBP Burger Deal. Though you could get grilled cheese if you asked. There was also some kind of burger which you could get potato chips on it. I got the Kids BBP Burger Deal. When the food came, they got my mom's and cousin's food mixed up. And they made the onion rings and fries a little bit dark. The burger was huge, though the cheese wasn't very gooey and at one point of the burger it tasted like ham. Though it was tender.

Things could have gone better if Bobby Flay was there. But he has too many restaurants to go to.

I give *** stars for kid friendliness and *** stars for food. Well, that's all. Bye! 

Bobby's Burger Palace on Urbanspoon


The Mason Dixon Restaurant

On Thursday I went to a place called The Mason Dixon in Shrewsbury, Pennsylvania. I have been there before with my Grandma and Pappap but I haven't reviewed it until now. When I got there, I saw a lot of old-fashioned signs in the waiting area. They had funny sayings on them.  A person showed us to our seats and gave us menus. There are placemats that if you are a kid and have a pen or pencil, you can draw on the back of it. They also offer crayons.

Now I'll talk about the kids menu. They have about 10-12 things on the kid menu like spaghetti and meatballs, fish sticks, and hotdogs. I had macaroni and cheese with mashed potatoes and beef gravy. When I got my food, I first tried my macaroni and cheese, which was layered in cheese. It tasted delicious! The potatoes with gravy wasn't what I expected, but it was better without gravy. Now back to the macaroni and cheese. It was very cheesy, and the side platter also came with an orange slice.

There is one more thing I forgot to talk about. At the cash register, there were candies which you could buy after your meal.

I give **** stars for food and ***** stars for kid friendly.

Well, that's all. Bye!


Best of Baltimore

Guess what! I was named Best Up-and-Coming Food Blogger by Baltimore Magazine! I am on page 168 in the magazine.


The Abby Burger Bistro

I went to a place called The Abby Burger Bistro. When I walked in, I saw that it was a bar and the first thing I smelled was beer. I then realized that at the back were four tables. And I saw wide screen TVs in front of every table.

When we sat down, the waitress poured all of us a glass of water, and then left. When I looked at the menu, I was pretty surprised. They had stuff like alligator bites and waffle fry nachos. They also had some meats which I've never tasted like ostrich, elk, bison, and kangaroo. They also had a kids meal with foods like mac'n'cheese and kids sliders, though I heard that there burgers where good,so I wanted to have one. Another problem was that there was only four choices on the kids menu! But there was also activity's like mazes and a treasure hunt on the menu.

If you don't order from the kids menu, you can always build-a-burger. You get a checklist and you check off the meat, cheeses and other things that you want. There were two meats of the month and they were duck and kangaroo. Since I never tried kangaroo before, I decided to have it. I also had gran queso (a type of cheese) and BBQ sauce.

When I got my burger, it had a olive on a stick and homemade chips. Since I don't like olives, I gave that to my mom. My first bite of the burger was delicious! The BBQ sauce had lots of flavor, though I couldn't taste the cheese and the kangaroo meat had a seafood type of taste. The chips were crunchy and salty which made them taste fantastic. I give food ***1/2 stars for food and **1/2 stars for kid friendly. Well, that's all. Bye! 

Abbey Burger Bistro on Urbanspoon


Cool Progeny Prigel Family Creamery

This is Eli's mom. We had a busy weekend and Eli didn't have a chance to link to his latest review on Cool Progeny of Prigel Family Creamery in Glen Arm. Check it out!

koodie picks: prigel family creamery

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Haute Dog Cart

On Wednesday I went to a place Called the Haute Dog Carte, which is a hotdog cart that doesn't move.  When I got there, there was a short line at their little tent. There was a little choice, and there were only two hot dogs which would be kid friendly! They where HD signature and Chef Dogs! Though the hot dogs were huge, so it is a adult place.I was really interested in how they prepared the bun. First, they take out a hotdog roll. Next, they put it on this thing which splits them in half. Last, they take it of and comes out toasted! I got a chef dog, which was Smokey Mountain sausage. I got it with BBQ sauce and bacon marmalade. It was delicious!  There was also a lot of bun. It was so big I had to take half of it home! The marmalade made it much better. Though there wasn't a lot of BBQ sauce. The bun was very soft, and because of the marmalade I didn't taste much of the smoked sausage. I give *** stars for kid friendly and *** stars for food. Well, that's all.Bye!  

The Haute Dog Carte on Urbanspoon


Blog in Brazil

I was interviewed by a blog in Brazil.

Here is the link to the blog.

Boy of ten years makes success as a food critic

ter, 05/07/11 Tue, 05/07/11
por Globo FM | by Globo FM |
categoria Blogs Parceiros Category Blogs Partners
Por Danieli Cascaes – nossacozinhadani.blogspot.com By Daniel Cascaes - nossacozinhadani.blogspot.com

Elijah Knauer, de dez anos, o pequeno americano de Baltimore, vem fazendo sucesso nos Estados Unidos como crítico gastronômico mirim.
Elijah Knauer, ten years, the small American from Baltimore, has been doing successfully in the United States as a food critic mirim.  

Com o seu blog, “Adventures of a Koodie” (Aventuras de um garoto interessado em comida, na tradução literal) ele já avaliou mais de 50 restaurantes.
With his blog, "Adventures of a koodie" (Adventures of a boy interested in food, in literal translation) he has evaluated more than 50 restaurants.  

Ele inclusive já concedeu diversas entrevistas para as rádios e redes de televisão nos Estados Unidos.
He even has granted several interviews to radio and television networks in the United States.

E o Nossa Cozinha não ficou de fora dessa!
And our kitchen was not out of this!  

Entrevistamos o Elijah por e-mail e ele parece um garotinho muito inteligente e simpático.
Elijah interviewed by email and he seems a very intelligent and friendly boy.  

Vejam o que ele disse para os leitores do Nossa Cozinha:
Look what he said to the readers of Our Kitchen:
Nossa Cozinha – Como surgiu a ideia do blog?  
Our Kitchen - How did the idea of the blog?
Elijah – Tudo começou enquanto estava de férias no Canadá.  Estava pensando em o que eu gostaria de ser quando crescer.Queria um trabalho que incluísse comida ea primeira coisa que surgiu na minha cabeça foi um crítico gastronômico. Então eu contei para a minha mãe que queria ser um crítico quando crescesse e ela disse que eu precisava primeiro de um blog.
It all began while vacationing in Canada. I was thinking about what I want to be when you grow up. I wanted a job that included food and the first thing that popped into my head was a food critic. So I told my mother he wanted to be a critic when I grew up and she said I first needed a blog.
Nossa Cozinha – Seus pais ajudam você a escrever o blog?  
Our Kitchen - Your parents help you write the blog?

Elijah – Eles me ajudam a publicar e adicionam coisas que eu esqueço de colocar.  
They help me to publish and add things I forgot to ask.
Nossa Cozinha – Você parece uma criança bastante esperta. Como você cria seus posts? Você planeja os restaurantes em que deseja ir?
Our Kitchen - You seem a very smart child. As you create your posts? You plan the restaurants you want to go?

Elijah – Eu crio meus posts fazendo as críticas pela ordem do menu. E eu adiciono algumas memórias da viagem. Nem sempre eu planejo os restaurantes em que vou. Meu pai e minha mãe me ajudam a escolhê-los.
I create my posts by making the critical order of the menu. And I add some memories of the trip. I do not always plan the restaurants I go. My father and my mother helped me to choose them.
Nossa Cozinha – Até agora, qual foi seu restaurante favorito?  
Our Kitchen - So far, what was your favorite restaurant?

Elijah - Meu restaurante favorito foi Morton's Steakhouse
My favorite restaurant was Morton's Steakhouse
Nossa Cozinha – Qual a sua comida favorita?  
Our Kitchen - What is your favorite food?

Elijah – Minha comida favorita é pizza de bacon.
My favorite food is pizza with bacon.
Nossa Cozinha – Quando não está escrevendo em seu blog, o que você gosta de fazer?  
Our Kitchen - When not writing on his blog, what you enjoy doing?

Elijah - Gosto de jogar Pokemon no meu videogame. Gosto também de ler. Meus livros favoritos são os do Harry Potter.
I like to play Pokemon in my game. I also like to read. My favorite books are Harry Potter.
Nossa Cozinha – Você já aprendeu a cozinhar alguma coisa? Se sim, como foi?
Our Kitchen - You've learned to cook something?  If yes, how was it?

Elijah – Sim, aprendi. Aprendi a cozinhar hambúrgueres e café da manhã. Ficou delicioso!
Yes, I learned. I learned to cook burgers and breakfast. It was delicious!
Nossa Cozinha – O que você quer ser quando crescer? Você quer abrir um restaurante algum dia?
Our Kitchen - What do you want to be when you grow up? You want to open a restaurant someday?

Elijah - Na verdade, eu já mudei de ideia. Agora quero ser engenheiro de alimentos, mas ainda escrever no meu blog como hobby. Se esse plano falhar, quero abrir um restaurante de frutos do mar.
Actually, I've changed my mind. Now I want to be an engineer of food, but still write in my blog as a hobby. If this plan fails, I want to open a restaurant seafood.
Nossa Cozinha – Você quer dizer alguma coisa para as pessoas do Brasil que estão lendo esta entrevista?  
Our Kitchen - You mean something to people in Brazil who are reading this interview?

Elijah – Sim. Continue lendo meu blog para mais posts fantásticos!
Yes Read my blog for more great posts!
Você encontra os posts e críticas de Elijah no endereço > www.adventuresofakoodie.blogspot.com
You can find the critical posts and Elijah at> www.adventuresofakoodie.blogspot.com


Towson Farmers Market

On Thursday after Vacation Bible School at church I went to the Towson farmers market with my dad, my brother, Owen, and my sister Olivia, to get some groceries. The farmers market has vegetables like carrots and candy apple onion, and fruits like blueberries and sweet cherries.

We also hadn't had lunch, so my dad suggested we go to the Empanada stand. They also have a restaurant version called Max's Empanadas.

While we where going there, we saw the stand which has a truck version of it. It was Dangerously Delicious! Though my dad said we would get the pies they had after lunch.

When we got to the stand, I saw Empanadas. An Empanada looked like a small pie with different types of fillings. They had Ham and cheese and chicken Empanadas. We all had the Chorizo Empanada, which is sausage, sun dried tomato, walnut, and mozzarella. Since there were no tables or chairs, we went inside a store, Ridgely and Ferrens Markeplace, where you can eat in. We also didn't have a drink, so we got a special type of root beer from the store called Dominion, which was sweetened with honey instead of sweetener, which is what most root beer is sweetened with. The root beer was great! It tasted a lot like Virgil's, which is another brand of root beer. The empanada was also delicious! It tasted a lot like pizza, my favorite food. I give ***** stars for food.

I'm not doing kid friendliness because the food didn't come from a restaurant. I have one more thing to say. By the time we got back to the Dangerously Delicious, they didn't have what we wanted! Well, that's all. Bye!    


Cool Progeny The Cow

I am going to be writing a series of guest reviews for (cool) progeny website about ice cream/snowball places. My first review is of The Cow in Reisterstown where I went last week. Here it is:

koodie picks: the cow

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Phillips on Citypeek

In addition to sometimes writing for Cool Progeny and Macaroni Kid I am now writing for the Citypeek website. I am the new Kiddie Peek Blogger so look for my review once a month. Here is my first review of Phillips.

Young Foodie becomes a Blogger for his Generation

Eli Knauer is 10 years old, and started his blog, Adventures of a Koodie (www.thekoodie.com), because he loves to eat! CITYPEEK Patti had the pleasure of sitting down with him as he enjoyed a VIP Kids Experience at Phillips Seafood Restaurants' Harborplace location. This was our introduction to welcome Eli to the CITYPEEK family. We have been asked countless times to cover more kid favorites, so welcome our new Kiddie Peek Blogger, Mr. Eli Knauer (10 years old). We kept the article just as he wrote it, fyi.

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S'ghetti Eddie's

I went to S'ghetti Eddie's because I was being interviewed and they wanted to get my picture at a restaurant. We tried to go to a place called Hightopps, but they said we couldn't take pictures there, so my mom came up with S'ghetti Eddie's.

When we got there, I saw that there was a pinball machine. We sat down and ordered are food. Other than spaghetti, they have pizza such as Colors of Italy, Chicken Parmesan, and Meateater, hoagies (hoagies are subs), hamburgers and beef hot dogs. The kids meal wasn't on the kids menu. Instead, it was on something called Just a nibble, which has other foods on it like mozzarella sticks with marinara sauce and soup of the day. That is a bad thing because people would get confused and think there isn't a kids menu. And they only had three choices on the kids menu! I had a kids spaghetti and meatball. We also ordered mozzarella sticks.

While I was deciding, my dad and brother were testing the pinball machines. And guess what. They didn't work! But just then the food came out. My food was huge! The spaghetti even came with garlic bread. The spaghetti was delicious, there was lots of tomato sauce, and the meatball was juicy. Though it was too juicy, so it was too soft and it fell apart. There was so much of it, I decided to pack it up so I could save room for dessert.

I had a cannoli for dessert. They also have ice cream and snowballs. When I got the cannoli, I knew it was going to be good. There was a chocolate pattern on it and the plate, and chocolate chips were everywhere! It was better than it looked. It was creamy, crunchy, and chocolatey. I ate every bite with joy!

I give **** stars for food and *** stars for kid friendly. Well, that's all. Bye!

S'ghetti Eddie's on Urbanspoon



Last weekend I went to Wegmans in Hunt Valley. We went there for two reasons. One was that we had to get food, and the second was because we hadn't had lunch yet.

When we got in, we went to the buffet table and got a plate. There was tons of food like chicken fingers and chicken wings, salad, fruits like strawberries, and Chinese and Indian food. I got mashed potatoes and grapes. Wegmans also has pizza, subs, and sushi. I also got cheese pizza.

Wegmans has a new drink machine where you can get cool selections of soda like cherry vanilla coke and diet raspberry coke. I had orange coke to drink.

When we got to the table, I realized that Wegmans pizza was huge! Though it was delicious! The cheese was gooey, the tomato sauce wasn't chunky, but the crust was hard and crunchy, not soft and chewy. I made the mistake of getting two pizzas instead of one, so I had to pack it up and take it home. And for the mashed potatoes and grapes,my brother, Owen, and sister, Olivia, ate it up. I give **** stars for food. I'm not doing kid friendly because technically, it wasn't a restaurant. Well, that's all. Bye!


California Pizza Kitchen

I went to California Pizza Kitchen in Hunt Valley because I had a coupon for a free kid's meal for my birthday.When we came in,it was very crowded,and the hostess said it would be 20 minutes in till there would be a open table.While we waited,we looked at the menu outside,but it was sinking in the case,so we couldn't see all of the kid's menu.Then we waited inside some more in till our table was called.When we were seated they gave me a kid's menu,wrote down what we wanted to drink,and left.When I saw the menu,there where Pizzas like Mushroom Pepperoni Sausage,Chicken like Crispy Chicken,Pasta and Salad like Buttered Fusilli and CPK salad,and Desserts like Fresh Fruit and ice cream.There were plenty of activity's on the kid's menu.When I got my food,I stared at the mouth watering Original BBQ Chicken pizza.It tasted better then it looked!My favorite part of it was the BBQ sauce.It went great with the pizza!When I was done the waitress asked what I wanted for dessert and I said I wanted the M&M's Sundae.When I got it,it was like a miniature version of the Morton's Legendary Hot Fudge Sundae,only with M&M's.It was delicious!When I was done,I was stuffed and happy.I give ***** star's for food and **** star's for kid friendly.Well,that's all.Bye!

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Morton's The Steakhouse

A few weeks ago some news people came to see me.My mom said the plan was to go to Morton's after they did some filming at my house.My mom drove me and a camera person to Morton's and she was even interviewing me in the car!When we got to Morton's they had me get out of the car and in the car a couple of times and they did a video of me walking in the restaurant and greeting the manager.Morton's is a fancy restaurant because people wear bow ties and fancy chef hats.Then the manager walked us to our table.We sat down at our table and the manager asked if I wanted a dark napkin and I though he said nebulla.I didn't know what that was!But he brought me a black napkin anyway and he also got me a water and a coke.The waiter came over and introduced us to the menu.The news people had me stand beside the lobster.I stood there for a few minutes staring at it and then I realized it was alive!I whispered to my mom"Mommy,the lobster is alive!".After that we ordered our food.I asked for a kid friendly menu and there were cheeseburgers, chicken fingers but they had a different name, and some other foods.I got a cheeseburger and said I wanted American cheese and bacon since you can ask for anything you want and it came with french fries.While we were waiting for our food some waiters would come over to our table and refill our drinks.Then our food came.The burger was humongous!Since the burger was hot I ate the french fries first(I think I kind of over did it with the french french fries).Since the burger was so big my mom cut into pieces for me.It tasted delicious.The meat was juicy, the cheese was gooey and the bacon was crunchy.But I couldn't finish it because it was so big and my mom wanted me to save room for dessert.Before the dessert came out I got to meet the chef and he was very nice.Then the dessert came out and when I say humongous,I say HUMUNGOUS!I got the Morton's Legendary Hot Fudge Sundae.It was so big that my mom said that we could share it.For all you sweet tooth fans you would love this!All the top was whipped cream and most of the bottom was hot fudge.I barely got any ice cream!Since the cheeseburger was so big this didn't really help me either.I barely had eaten any when I got full.Since we couldn't package it they would have to throw it away.I give ***** stars for food and *1/2stars for kid friendly.I was going to give kid friendly ** stars but when I got home I felt sick from eating too much.If you want to have your child go out to Morton's make sure his stomach is completely empty so he can eat every bite of his food.And make sure that he doesn't eat all of the humongous Morton's Legendary Hot Fudge Sundae they don't get a humongous stomach ache!Well,that's all.Bye!

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