Reading the crabshells: Phillips on UDARP agenda

Cordish and Phillips mum still

July 13, 2011|By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

Cordish and Phillips are still not holding hands in public, but a blabbermouth city agency may have spilled the beans about their courtship. Plans to renovate the Power Plant exterior for a new Phillips Seafood restaurant are on the agenda of the city's Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel.

The agenda for the July 14 is here.

Phillips announced it was ending its 31-year marriage to Harborplace last month, and since then, reps of the seafood restaurant and the Cordish-operated Power Plant have steadfastly pooh-poohed talk about Phillips moving across the harbor intoESPN's old bed in the Power Plant.

Cast laughably in the role of duenna-- Jay Brodie, whom the Daily Record reports as being completely unaware of a Phillips-Cordish romance.

Phillips, meanwhile has announced the Ultimate Crab Challenge, a national recipe contest with a grand prize of $1,000. The winning recipe will also be "featured on Phillips' menu in Baltimore."  The deadline is Aug. 22.

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