At Olive Tree, portions overwhelm expectations

EATS

Dining For $25 Or Less

April 19, 2007|By Karen Nitkin | Karen Nitkin,Special to The Sun

Pounds of butter, gallons of oil and crates of garlic surely get consumed each night at Olive Tree, a gut-busting Italian restaurant near the Holiday Inn in Aberdeen.

The restaurant, owned by Nick Hapsis, who also owns the Holiday Inn as well as Olive Tree restaurants in Pikesville and Glen Burnie, serves most of its pastas topped with cream sauces, most of its seafood floating in butter and most of its meat topped with garlic butter or marinara and mozzarella.

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