Third Stone Mill Bakery to open in spring

TABLE TALK

January 13, 1995|By Elizabeth Large

Good news for fans of Billy Himmelrich's baguettes, foccaccia and sinful croissants. The third Stone Mill Bakery should open next to Eddie's on Roland Avenue this spring. The bakery will sell sandwiches, salads, pastries and the like, as well as specialty coffee drinks. Mr. Himmelrich plans to start roasting his own coffee, which you'll be able to get only at his bakeries. Look for the newest Stone Mill to open where Johann and Rene Hair Designers was -- "By the first of April at the latest," Mr. Himmelrich promises.

* Foster's in Fells Point has been closed for a couple of weeks while new executive chef Gwen Gulliksen has been revamping the menu. Look for such specialties as seared scallops with butternut squash risotto and lavender-scented lamb shank. Ms. Gulliksen formerly worked as executive sous chef under Jean-Louis Palladin in Washington.

* It's not your average sub and pizza carryout. Viccino, at 1315 N. Charles, has a chef from Sabatino's, Winston Senavertna, who turns out freshly made Italian gourmet to go: pastas, pizzas, salads and entrees. Get your espresso or cappuccino here as well. Within the year owner Phil Quick plans to open a dining room for eat-in customers.

* The area's first Applebee's will open next Tuesday outside the Annapolis Mall, at 2141 Generals Highway. The Kansas-based franchise, specializing in casual food, plans to have 10 new restaurants in the Baltimore and Salisbury areas in the next three years.

Table Talk welcomes interesting tidbits of restaurant news. Please send suggestions to Elizabeth Large, Table Talk, The Sun, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore 21278, or call (410) 332-6197..

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