New Harry's will serve beers, 'upscale pub grub'

TABLE TALK

September 08, 1995|By Elizabeth Large

By the time you read this, the new bar at 1200 N. Charles St., Harry's, should be serving food -- what owner Harry Dahl calls "upscale pub grub": soups, salads, sandwiches and appetizers. Harry's also features four micro-brews on tap and more than 50 "in the cooler."

* You'd expect a restaurant called Fisherman's Island to have seafood, but Persian cuisine? In a Towson Ramada Inn dining room? Owner Arman Shahbazi has hired two Persian chefs to prepare authentic dishes; he also promises the only Persian nightclub in Baltimore.

* Ikaros in Highlandtown, probably Baltimore's favorite Greek restaurant, is marketing its eggplant salad under the name Garlic Gold. Made from a secret family recipe, it should be in Giant supermarkets soon, retailing for around $6 a pound.

* Da Mimmo's celebrity chef dinners started in June with Jean Louis Palladin. For a change of pace, the Oct. 25 dinner will feature TV chef Tell Erhardt. He and Mimmo Cricchio will be preparing a six-course Italian-German dinner for $95 a person at the Little Italy restaurant. Call (410) 727-6876 for more information.

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