Ellicott City's G.L. Shacks is refashioned as Leelynn's, goes `small' with a new menu

TABLE TALK

November 02, 2005|By SLOANE BROWN | SLOANE BROWN,SUN REPORTER

If you thought the tapas craze was dying down, you're not thinking Baltimore. Or, in this case, Ellicott City where G.L. Shacks has morphed into Leelynn's Dining Room & Lounge. And one of its specialties is small plates - fried calamari with two Asian sauces, crab bruschetta, crispy eggplant, petite crab cakes, even mini-enchiladas - all costing in the $4 to $10 range.

But small plates are only one section of the Leelynn's menu. There are entrees like roast pork loin stuffed with Asiago cheese, roasted red peppers and spinach ($18), cornmeal-crusted catfish served over wild and long-grain rice with a Cajun crab cream sauce ($18) and New York strip steak ($21). There are also half a dozen dinner salads and about a dozen sandwiches.

s opening, closing or major changes, please e-mail that information to sloane@sloanebrown.com or fax it to 410-675-3451.

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