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By SAM SESSA and SAM SESSA,SUN REPORTER | March 22, 2006
Attman's Delicatessen Weiss Deli 1127 E. Lombard St., Baltimore -- 410-276-7910 Hours --8 a.m.-4 p.m. Mondays-Saturdays; 8 a.m.-3 p.m. Sundays In and out in --10 minutes This deli nuked the meat and cheese in a microwave, added chopped onions and slapped the combo on rye spread with sharp mustard. At $4.73, it was the cheapest of the three; lighter on the onions and beef than the others, but still tasty. Know of a good carryout place? Let us hear about it.Write to sam.sessa@baltsun.
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | May 23, 2014
Heavy Seas will have its name in lights at Horseshoe Casino Baltimore, the casino under construction on Russell Street. On Friday, Horseshoe announced that a Heavy Seas tavern will be among five Maryland-based vendors in its first-floor casual-dining area, which it's calling the Baltimore Marketplace. The casino said the other Baltimore Marketplace vendors would include Lenny's Deli, which has locations in Harborplace, on Lombard Street and in Owings Mills; the Greenspring Station restaurant Tark's Grill , which will be represented at the casino by a casual bistro named Tark's at the 'Shoe; the Towson-based pizza-by-the-slice chain Mamma Ilardo's , which will introduce a new personal-size pizza concept named Pie-Zetta; and the Mallow Bar , a "crispy treat dessert cafe" specializing in homemade marshmallow treats.
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FEATURES
By ROB KASPER | April 24, 1991
Washington -- It was a dark and stormy day. So I ate deli.Lots of deli. Three chopped livers, three corned beefs, three pastramis, three hot dogs, and six slices of cheesecake.After all that, the day seemed brighter.The occasion was a dueling delis contest among three delicatessens in the Baltimore-Washington area -- Attman's of Baltimore, Hofberg's of Montgomery county, and Carnegie of Vienna, Va.The contest, open to all noshers, was a fund-raising effort to benefit children with cancer.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2014
Royal Farms is appealing a decision by Annapolis officials that put a halt to the company's plan to move into a historic building at City Dock. The company has sought to open a delicatessen at the former site of Stevens Hardware at 142 Dock St., but city planners say it's a convenience store, not a deli — and thus is not allowed under current zoning. The Annapolis Board of Appeals will hold a hearing on the issue March 4. Royal Farms applied for a special zoning exception to allow a delicatessen last year.
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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 Larry Perl, lperl@tribune.com | November 8, 2013
Anita Ward gave her loyal customers big hugs as she served them lunch Friday, Nov. 8. Ward closed her longtime eatery, Roland Park Bakery and Deli, at the end of Friday, after 30 years. "It's just time," she said. "I'm tired of getting up at 3 in the morning. I'm ready for a change. " Ward said she is selling the business to longtime customer Dave Sherman, who plans to turn it into more of a cafe serving soups salads, sandwiches and hamburgers, among other menu items. Ward said the cafe would be open for dinner, whereas Roland Park Bakery and Deli only served breakfast and lunch.
NEWS
November 10, 2013
November brings frost, lingering tree color and falling leaves. This year it brings other changes to the neighborhood landscape. On Nov. 8, Anita Ward, 30-year owner of the Roland Park Bakery and Deli, closed her business. After a long run at the Roland Park Shopping Center, she moved to Hampden in 2011, but continued her homey breakfasts, lunches and quality baked goods. Her new location was never as convenient for regulars, but many followed her. On Nov. 7, I saw her number on my phone.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2014
Royal Farms is appealing a decision by Annapolis officials that put a halt to the company's plan to move into a historic building at City Dock. The company has sought to open a delicatessen at the former site of Stevens Hardware at 142 Dock St., but city planners say it's a convenience store, not a deli — and thus is not allowed under current zoning. The Annapolis Board of Appeals will hold a hearing on the issue March 4. Royal Farms applied for a special zoning exception to allow a delicatessen last year.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Sun Staff Writer | January 23, 1995
Charles A. "Chick" Levitt, whose Annapolis deli -- "Chick and Ruth's" -- became a home base for governors, legislators and the just-plain-hungry, died yesterday at Sinai Hospital of a heart attack after open-heart surgery. He was 67."His place had become an institution, a landmark of Annapolis," said former governor and deli regular Marvin Mandel. "Everyone wanted to see it, and it was because of Chick and his personality and his warmth and feeling for people.""It was more than just a deli.
TRAVEL
By Rachael Pacella, For The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2013
People come back to Ocean City for the traditions - a favorite restaurant, beach spot or mini-golf course. For visitors looking to try something different, this season has a lot of new things to offer, whether you eat at the town's new (and only) Jewish deli, grab a beer at a new craft brewery or take time to go to the circus. And while you're enjoying what's new under the sun, take a moment to look at what's beneath your feet. The town just finished up the second and final phase of its three-year, $6 million boardwalk renovation project.
NEWS
November 10, 2013
November brings frost, lingering tree color and falling leaves. This year it brings other changes to the neighborhood landscape. On Nov. 8, Anita Ward, 30-year owner of the Roland Park Bakery and Deli, closed her business. After a long run at the Roland Park Shopping Center, she moved to Hampden in 2011, but continued her homey breakfasts, lunches and quality baked goods. Her new location was never as convenient for regulars, but many followed her. On Nov. 7, I saw her number on my phone.
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By Larry Perl, lperl@tribune.com | November 8, 2013
Anita Ward gave her loyal customers big hugs as she served them lunch Friday, Nov. 8. Ward closed her longtime eatery, Roland Park Bakery and Deli, at the end of Friday, after 30 years. "It's just time," she said. "I'm tired of getting up at 3 in the morning. I'm ready for a change. " Ward said she is selling the business to longtime customer Dave Sherman, who plans to turn it into more of a cafe serving soups salads, sandwiches and hamburgers, among other menu items. Ward said the cafe would be open for dinner, whereas Roland Park Bakery and Deli only served breakfast and lunch.
NEWS
By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2013
The latest debate over downtown Annapolis could come with a serving of fried chicken and a side of Western fries. City planning officials said this week that Royal Farms has expressed interest in moving into the former home of Stevens Hardware, at 142 Dock St. overlooking City Dock. A Royal Farms spokesman said he couldn't confirm the company's interest, saying the company's director of real estate was out of the office. But Jon Arason, Annapolis planning director, said the company approached the city about the Stevens building about two months ago. Bill Greenfield of Hyatt Commercial, leasing agent for the Stevens building, said he's fielded numerous calls from businesses interested in the property, which he called a "significant building on a high-profile corner.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 12, 2013
Herbert A. Caplan, whose Randallstown delicatessen kept hungry customers coming back for the Herbwood, Bubbie's Special and the Three Stooges, died June 26 of pancreatic cancer at his Pikesville home. He was 84. The youngest of nine children of a wallpaper hanger and a homemaker, Herbert Allan Caplan was born in Baltimore and raised on Pulaski Street. As a youth, he played in Easterwood Park and later became a member of the Easterwood Boys Club, family members said. A 1946 graduate of Merganthaler Vocational-Technical High School, Mr. Caplan was drafted into the Army in 1951, serving in Korea with an infantry unit.
TRAVEL
By Rachael Pacella, For The Baltimore Sun | May 22, 2013
People come back to Ocean City for the traditions - a favorite restaurant, beach spot or mini-golf course. For visitors looking to try something different, this season has a lot of new things to offer, whether you eat at the town's new (and only) Jewish deli, grab a beer at a new craft brewery or take time to go to the circus. And while you're enjoying what's new under the sun, take a moment to look at what's beneath your feet. The town just finished up the second and final phase of its three-year, $6 million boardwalk renovation project.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | March 15, 2013
Lou Davis, the dean of State House reporters, cracked the Annapolis equivalent of the "glass ceiling" Friday as he became the only journalist honored with a meal in his name at Chick & Ruth's deli of Main Street. Gov. Martin O'Malley and House Speaker Michael E. Busch joined in the ceremony at which "the Lou Davis" -- a lox, eggs and onion platter with deli potatoes and toast -- was added to the menu wall alongside dozens of sandwiches and other meals named for politicians. Teddy Levitt, owner of Chick & Ruth's, said Davis has been a customer at the deli since the 1960s.
NEWS
By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | March 22, 1997
Domna Christie Economides was renowned for the tuna salad sandwiches, homemade milkshakes, sundaes, hamburgers and hot dogs that she served to generations of hungry City College and Eastern High School students at her Northeast Baltimore delicatessen.Mrs. Economides, who was 85, died Feb. 19 of Alzheimer's disease at her home in Palm Harbor, Fla., where she had lived since 1985.She and her husband, Steve Christie, whom she married in 1927, came to Baltimore that year from Greece and opened Christie's Delicatessen at Gorsuch Avenue and Loch Raven Boulevard.
NEWS
January 24, 1995
Annapolis residents are fond of saying that theirs is a real town, not a museum like Williamsburg or a cluster of trendy bars like Georgetown in Washington, D.C.Charles A. "Chick" Levitt, who died Sunday at age 67, was one of those who made Annapolis real.Thirty years ago, Mr. Levitt and his wife, Ruth, moved from Baltimore to Annapolis, bought a sandwich shop on Main Street and renamed it Chick and Ruth's Delly. The quirky little delicatessen with its orange and yellow walls soon became a gathering place for state and local politicians.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | March 1, 2013
When the new menu comes out this month at Chick and Ruth's Delly, an Annapolis mainstay where politicians' favorite meals are named for them, John R. Leopold's name won't be on the chicken noodle soup. Out of office - for whatever reason - means off the menu and off the wall behind the counter. The former Anne Arundel County executive resigned after he was found guilty in January of misconduct in office. The soup, however, will remain on the menu that is in the process of being redone, the iconic deli's general manager Chuck Munyon said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | February 13, 2013
Harbor East Delicatessen and Pizzeria will close for renovations on Sunday. When it reopens, a short time later according to co-owner Alexander Smith, it will start breakfast service and unveil new menu items. Smith is also a partner in the neighboring Harbor East restaurants Ouzo Bay and Manchurian Rice Co. Follow Baltimore Diner on Twitter @gorelickingood
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