Restaurateur Lynn Patrick has left Hamilton's in the Admiral Fell Inn, the restaurant he took over after he and much of the staff left the Milton Inn in Sparks. Replacing him as manager and maitre d' will be Alain Sehuet, formerly of M. Gettier. Chef Robert Taylor, who arrived with Patrick, is staying at Hamilton's, and no other changes are planned.
Along the lines of Restaurants Aren't Just for Eating Anymore, Yogi's All-American has opened at 793 W. Bel Air Ave. in Aberdeen. It features five 8-foot video screens, 17 TV monitors, personal speaker systems at each table and live interactive sports and trivia entertainment. Oh yes, and steaks, pizza, pasta and seafood.
Wait, there's more. Jeepers! is a new indoor family restaurant and animated theme park in the Glen Burnie Mall.
Next time they'll eat there
From the mailbag, a good-news letter - a rarity. Most people want to tell me about the terrible meal they had. Adrienne Breedlove writes to say that "Steve" at Haussner's helped her and her husband, Pat, install a new battery in their car. The really amazing part of the story is that the couple hadn't even eaten at Haussner's; the line was too long, so they left. "When we went back out to our car, Pat put the key in the ignition and we heard a loud bang; our battery had exploded."
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Pub Date: 4/30/98