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No matter how busy Legends Café is, the same pair of seats is always taken. And by the same diners, too: the life-sized sculptures of the Blues Brothers, which patrons often pose with for pictures and fruitlessly heckle to sing. Elwood and Jake aren't the only movie stars represented here––black-and-white photos of legendary celebs like James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor adorn the dining room's exposed brick walls.
Despite all this front-of-the-house star power, the real star of Legends Café is its co-owner and head chef, Jim Fields. The classically trained culinary wizard crafts an extensive menu that puts an upscale twist on steak-house staples. His team tosses wings in rosemary and black truffle oil and crowns burgers with jumbo shrimp, crabmeat, and an original Old Bay spread. Mains run the gamut from new york strip steaks basted with bourbon and brown sugar sauce to ricotta-stuffed ravioli soaked in roasted garlic cream sauce.
The Carroll County Times published its first issue in October of 1911. Back then, though, it was just the Times, and its content focused almost solely on local news. Like its surrounding community, which over the years has evolved from a small, rural area into a more diverse melting pot of activity, the paper has evolved substantially, too. In 1956, the paper finally took on its Carroll County Times title, and with it, an expansion in coverage. Today, it covers state, regional, and international news in addition to local happenings so readers don't have to hear about city council results from their neighbor's aunt's friend's butcher.
A simple, homey sign and no-frills brick façade welcome visitors to the laid-back environs of The Hampstead Diner, where laminated menus elicit stomach rumbles with a seemingly endless supply of homemade eats. At breakfast, peppers, potatoes, onions, and eggs sink into skillets and scrambles, and plates of belgian waffles crowned with cutlets of fried chicken forge a delicious truce betwixt the worlds of sweet and savory. Diners perched upon wooden park benches happily chow down on morning or midday meals, which include Reuben sandwiches, chili-topped dogs, and freshly ground, hand-pattied burgers.