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By Stephanie Shapiro | December 22, 1990
PEP-A-RONI'S Pizzeria & Grill, 816 Guilford Ave. in Mount Vernon Market Center. Open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Saturday; 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday. 727-4755.This place has replaced the defunct Tony's in a neighborhood sorely in need of carryouts. Pep-A-Roni's makes a pretty pizza, with a tall crust drizzled with cheese. The traditional cheese model ($9 for a large with one topping) is comfortably bland and straightforward, with fresh mushrooms and a surfeit of mozzarella. The sauce is "too sweet," according to one lunchtime diner; another who partook of the same pizza praised its notable lack of salt -- especially compared to other pizzas on the take-out market.
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By SLOANE BROWN | February 7, 2007
Looney's has been a popular Canton hangout for years. And its younger sibling, Looney's Pub North, is proving equally well-liked in Bel Air, so much so that the owners have just expanded the place. Bill Larney, who owns both Looney's with partner Steve Litrenta, says the two spent the past year working on the project and finally finished just in time for the Super Bowl. And with some 95 televisions around the place, they were well equipped. The new Looney's, which opened in September 2002, has grown by some 5,000 feet, after Larney and Litrenta acquired the space next to their pub on Main Street.
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By Karen Hunter | June 22, 1991
Brown's Wharf, Fells Point. Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays to Wednesdays; 8 a.m. to 3 a.m. Thursdays to Saturdays. Call 276-5751.Rosalie Spence, owner of the Deli, is a familiar face. Visitors to the Brown's Wharf shop quickly recognize her from the days when she sold hot pretzels and popcorn at the Brokerage and in Fells Point. Now she sells Belgian waffles, raisin nut logs, bagels, breakfasts, sandwiches, salads and desserts at a friendly storefront on Thames Street.The Deli just opened three weeks ago, so it's not without new business pains -- a wait here, no seafood salad there -- but don't let that stop you from trying the healthy-sized combination sandwiches that come with creamy coleslaw and chips ($5.50)
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By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 16, 2004
A certain desultory approach to service at Pacific Seafood in Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood did not bode well for dinner on a recent Monday night. Nor did the fact that the soft-shell crab dinner listed on the menu was no longer offered, as the bored cashier informed us. But we forged ahead and ordered an eclectic range of food, from crab cakes and fries to pizza and cheesecake. For the most part, we had a satisfying meal. Pacific is a straightforward place with no seats for waiting.
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By Monica Norton and Monica Norton,Staff Writer | January 27, 1993
Debbie Gill doesn't look like your stereotypical cafeteria lady -- she of the hairnet, support hose, thick glasses and gruff voice.None of those words come to mind when meeting Mrs. Gill. Of course, maybe that's because Mrs. Gill is no longer a cafeteria lady. Mrs. Gill is the restaurant manager at Gator Galley, Davidsonville Elementary School's new "restaurant.""I wanted to make school lunch a positive experience for the kids," she said. "I wanted them to know that they could expect a smile, polite service from us every day. I wanted them to expect good food, fresh food and, most of all, hot food."
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By Karen Hunter | October 6, 1990
KIRBY'S CARRY OUT, 410 W. Redwood St. Open Monday through Friday from 5:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Phone: 539-9268, 752-2607.Kirby's is a frugal secretary's dream. Nothing on the menu costs more than $5, everything is fresh and the servings are plentiful.The food is the heartier type -- no sprouts on sunflower-seed bread here. Basic lunchtime fare such as hamburgers, hot dogs, tuna salad, egg salad, grilled cheese sandwiches, soups, subs, chef and toss salads make up the menu. The side orders are cole slaw, potato salad, french fries and onion rings.
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By Tom Waldron and Tom Waldron,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 16, 2004
A certain desultory approach to service at Pacific Seafood in Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood did not bode well for dinner on a recent Monday night. Nor did the fact that the soft-shell crab dinner listed on the menu was no longer offered, as the bored cashier informed us. But we forged ahead and ordered an eclectic range of food, from crab cakes and fries to pizza and cheesecake. For the most part, we had a satisfying meal. Pacific is a straightforward place with no seats for waiting.
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By Wayne Hardin | December 5, 1992
John Brown's StoreJohn Brown's StoreShawan and Falls roads, Hunt Valley. Hours: 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays to Fridays; 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays. Deli closes an hour earlier.Phone: (410) 785-2660. Fax: (410) 785-9761.John Brown's Store, named for a long-ago proprietor, not thcurrent owner, serves food as diverse as the mix of customers attracted to the stone building on the rim of Worthington Valley horse country west of Hunt Valley Industrial Park.The store, which features a full-service deli, catches morning commuters -- construction workers particularly like to get an early start.
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By Bruce Friedland | October 12, 1991
BLUE CHANNEL INNCollege Parkway Center, Arnold. Hours: 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Mondays to Fridays; 3 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Call (301) 974-0777.The Blue Channel Inn is a wonderful place that seems effortlessly to manage as a family restaurant perfect for kids, a seafood restaurant that could satisfy the most discerning of old salts, and a friendly place to have a beer and a sandwich while watching sports on the large-screen television in the bar (with the volume respectfully muted)
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By Jody Vilschick and Jody Vilschick,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 8, 2001
Just opened Jan. 22, the Mega*Bytes restaurant in Columbia has attitude. It consciously strives to bridge the digital cultural divide between serving food and the high-tech businesses it has for neighbors offering open, industrial-style decor and an eclectic menu. "We open early for people who want a quick bite for breakfast," says Mike Strati, part of the Hunter's Lodge Group, which owns Mega*Bytes. "And we stay open until 7 for people who have to work late and want to grab something decent to eat."
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By Jody Vilschick and Jody Vilschick,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 8, 2001
Just opened Jan. 22, the Mega*Bytes restaurant in Columbia has attitude. It consciously strives to bridge the digital cultural divide between serving food and the high-tech businesses it has for neighbors offering open, industrial-style decor and an eclectic menu. "We open early for people who want a quick bite for breakfast," says Mike Strati, part of the Hunter's Lodge Group, which owns Mega*Bytes. "And we stay open until 7 for people who have to work late and want to grab something decent to eat."
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By Monica Norton and Monica Norton,Staff Writer | January 27, 1993
Debbie Gill doesn't look like your stereotypical cafeteria lady -- she of the hairnet, support hose, thick glasses and gruff voice.None of those words come to mind when meeting Mrs. Gill. Of course, maybe that's because Mrs. Gill is no longer a cafeteria lady. Mrs. Gill is the restaurant manager at Gator Galley, Davidsonville Elementary School's new "restaurant.""I wanted to make school lunch a positive experience for the kids," she said. "I wanted them to know that they could expect a smile, polite service from us every day. I wanted them to expect good food, fresh food and, most of all, hot food."
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By Wayne Hardin | December 5, 1992
John Brown's StoreJohn Brown's StoreShawan and Falls roads, Hunt Valley. Hours: 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Mondays to Fridays; 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturdays; 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sundays. Deli closes an hour earlier.Phone: (410) 785-2660. Fax: (410) 785-9761.John Brown's Store, named for a long-ago proprietor, not thcurrent owner, serves food as diverse as the mix of customers attracted to the stone building on the rim of Worthington Valley horse country west of Hunt Valley Industrial Park.The store, which features a full-service deli, catches morning commuters -- construction workers particularly like to get an early start.
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By Bruce Friedland | October 12, 1991
BLUE CHANNEL INNCollege Parkway Center, Arnold. Hours: 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Mondays to Fridays; 3 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Call (301) 974-0777.The Blue Channel Inn is a wonderful place that seems effortlessly to manage as a family restaurant perfect for kids, a seafood restaurant that could satisfy the most discerning of old salts, and a friendly place to have a beer and a sandwich while watching sports on the large-screen television in the bar (with the volume respectfully muted)
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By Karen Hunter | June 22, 1991
Brown's Wharf, Fells Point. Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sundays to Wednesdays; 8 a.m. to 3 a.m. Thursdays to Saturdays. Call 276-5751.Rosalie Spence, owner of the Deli, is a familiar face. Visitors to the Brown's Wharf shop quickly recognize her from the days when she sold hot pretzels and popcorn at the Brokerage and in Fells Point. Now she sells Belgian waffles, raisin nut logs, bagels, breakfasts, sandwiches, salads and desserts at a friendly storefront on Thames Street.The Deli just opened three weeks ago, so it's not without new business pains -- a wait here, no seafood salad there -- but don't let that stop you from trying the healthy-sized combination sandwiches that come with creamy coleslaw and chips ($5.50)
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By Stephanie Shapiro | December 22, 1990
PEP-A-RONI'S Pizzeria & Grill, 816 Guilford Ave. in Mount Vernon Market Center. Open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Saturday; 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday. 727-4755.This place has replaced the defunct Tony's in a neighborhood sorely in need of carryouts. Pep-A-Roni's makes a pretty pizza, with a tall crust drizzled with cheese. The traditional cheese model ($9 for a large with one topping) is comfortably bland and straightforward, with fresh mushrooms and a surfeit of mozzarella. The sauce is "too sweet," according to one lunchtime diner; another who partook of the same pizza praised its notable lack of salt -- especially compared to other pizzas on the take-out market.
NEWS
By SLOANE BROWN | February 7, 2007
Looney's has been a popular Canton hangout for years. And its younger sibling, Looney's Pub North, is proving equally well-liked in Bel Air, so much so that the owners have just expanded the place. Bill Larney, who owns both Looney's with partner Steve Litrenta, says the two spent the past year working on the project and finally finished just in time for the Super Bowl. And with some 95 televisions around the place, they were well equipped. The new Looney's, which opened in September 2002, has grown by some 5,000 feet, after Larney and Litrenta acquired the space next to their pub on Main Street.
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September 19, 2004
Elementary schools Tomorrow: Hamburger or cheeseburger on roll with burger bar toppings, fresh vegetables with dip, watermelon, fruit fluff. Tuesday: Chicken nuggets with choice of sauces, baked beans, schoolmade bread, fresh fruit, cookie. Wednesday: Soft or hard shell taco with cheese, top-a-taco salad bar, corn, cantaloupe, pretzel twists. Thursday: Baked cheese sticks with dipping sauce, hot vegetable, fruit cup, fruit crisp. Friday: Pizza or pizzatas, green beans, fresh fruit, cookie.
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By Karen Hunter | October 6, 1990
KIRBY'S CARRY OUT, 410 W. Redwood St. Open Monday through Friday from 5:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Phone: 539-9268, 752-2607.Kirby's is a frugal secretary's dream. Nothing on the menu costs more than $5, everything is fresh and the servings are plentiful.The food is the heartier type -- no sprouts on sunflower-seed bread here. Basic lunchtime fare such as hamburgers, hot dogs, tuna salad, egg salad, grilled cheese sandwiches, soups, subs, chef and toss salads make up the menu. The side orders are cole slaw, potato salad, french fries and onion rings.
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