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Lost Restaurants of Baltimore
June 26 @ 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
Join us in-person at the Almshouse!
Suzanne Loudermilk & Kit Waskom Pollard
Haussner’s artwork. Coffey salad at the Pimlico Hotel. Finger bowls at Hutzler’s Colonial Tea Room. The bell outside the door at Martick’s Restaurant Francais. Details like these made Baltimore’s dining scene so unforgettable. Lost Restaurants of Baltimore explores the stories behind shuttered restaurants that Baltimoreans once loved and remembers the meals, the crowds, the owners and the spaces that made these places hot spots. Suzanne Loudermilk and Kit Pollard share behind-the-scenes tales of what made them tick, why they closed their doors, and how they helped make Baltimore a culinary destination.
Suzanne Loudermilk is a freelance writer who previously worked as a reporter and restaurant reviewer for the Baltimore Sun and as the food and travel editor of Baltimore magazine. She has been writing about restaurants for the past twenty years. She is also an adjunct professor at Towson University and teaches writing and editing in the mass communication department.
Kit Waskom Pollard is a freelance writer and research analyst who has written about food and restaurants for numerous local publications, including the Baltimore Sun, Baltimore magazine and Baltimore’s Child. She writes a food and restaurant events column for the website Baltimore Fishbowl.
Part of our Speaker Series. Admission: FREE to HSBC members; Non-members $5.99, Registration required.
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Location: HSBC Almshouse, 9811 Van Buren Lane, Cockeysville, MD 21030
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