Fells Point eatery to open downtown Towson location

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    The red booths inside the former location of The Crease, near the circle in Towson, are gone. In its place the owner of a Baltimore City-based restaurant said she hopes to create an open, modern-looking eatery to expand her client base and better serve her current customers at a location that is...

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