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WHERE'S THE PIT BEEF? YOU SURE TOLD

September 06, 1992

WHERE'S THE PIT BEEF? YOU SURE TOLD US

When Jon Morgan and Mark Bomster reviewed area pit beef stands (Best Beef on the Block, July 19), we couldn't include every stand in the region. So we asked readers to round up the names of their favorites and mail 'em in. Here they are:

My favorite pit beef stand is one that operates on the weekends and holidays only. The Beef Wave anchors next to Hart Miller Island. This floating beef pit sells only quality beef sandwiches, TTC burgers, hot dogs, french fries and pizza.

Marjorie Bowers

If it can be done on a pit, Kelly Sapp does it the best at the South Stall, Broadway Market, South Shed, Fells Point.

Pam Tate Baltimore

An excellent pit beef stop is in Anne Arundel County on Ritchie Highway and Earleigh Heights Road, across from the fire hall on

South Bound Lane: What's Your Beef.

R. L. Hearn

Severna Park

We take exception to the fact that you believe that urban pit beef sandwiches are better than suburban. We may be located just outside the urban area but we have the best "urban" or "suburban" sandwiches in Maryland. Charcoal Grill, 8535 Old Harford Road at Putty Hill Avenue.

John C. McFadden

president

Here's my favorite pit beef stand. It has served our steelworkers, ironworkers and neighborhood for the past four years. It's becoming a landmark. Full House Pit Beef, 2311 Sparrows Point Road, Edgemere, behind Full House Saloon.

Kay Staszak

My husband and I are the owners of Baker's Tavern and Pit Beef located at 2233 Old Eastern Ave. in Middle River. It is one of the oldest pit beefs around. It has been in existence for about 30 years.

Maria Leos

Baltimore

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