Business Notes

Business Notes

August 08, 2004

Timeout Sports Grille opens in TownMall

Timeout Sports Grille, a sports-themed restaurant featuring American cuisine, has opened in TownMall of Westminster.

Owners Susan Metcalf and Lee Nardyz have decorated the walls with authentic sports memorabilia. There also are two projection televisions and several video games.

The menu features steak, seafood, burgers, a raw bar and children's menu. Signature dishes include Maryland crab cakes, cream of crab soup, chicken wings in a variety of flavors and barbecue spare ribs.

An enclosed private dining room also is available for banquets, rehearsal dinners, business luncheons and other special occasions, with seating for 75 people.

The dining room features flat screen televisions and other audio-visual equipment available for patrons' use. The restaurant will seat up to 300 guests.

Timeout will open for lunch at 11 a.m. daily. Happy hour specials, dinner and late night dining will be available until 1 a.m.

Maryland SportsCare welcomes new staff

Maryland SportsCare & Rehab has announced the addition of two staff members.

Dennis J. Roman, certified physical therapist, has joined the 140 Village office in Westminster. A graduate of the University of Connecticut, Roman has bachelor's and master's degrees in physical therapy.

He is a member of the American Physical Therapy Association and National Strength and Conditioning Association.

Lisa Taylor, a physical therapist, has joined the center's Mount Airy office. A 1988 graduate of Daemen College in Amherst, N.Y., she has practiced in California and Maryland.

Maryland SportsCare & Rehab offers comprehensive physical and occupational therapy, as well as athletic training.

Upperco business wins Best of Baltimore honor

Black Eyed Susan Gift Baskets LLC of Upperco has been named the Best of Baltimore 2004 in the Best Maryland Themed Gifts by Baltimore magazine.

The magazine described the baskets as featuring "Maryland-themed goodies like Utz potato chips, Berger cookies. ... But it's the clever packaging that really sets these gifts apart -- from a traditional crab bushel basket to an old-fashioned tin with a stuffed crab tied to its handle."

Owner Susan Seaman started the gift baskets eight months ago and has shipped baskets all over the country.

The baskets are targeted to Baltimore-area hotel guests and convention attendees but can also be sent as welcome or get-well gifts.

Seaman uses foods from the Catoctin Mountains to the Chesapeake Bay that are unique to Maryland. Five themed baskets are available: Jumbo Crab Bushel, Blue Crab Crate, Fancy Crab Tin, Eastern Shore Tea Time Tin and Baltimore Coffee Break Tin.

Information: 443-507-0780.

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