There were ongoing challenges for restaurateurs Timothy Dean, who opened Prime Steakhouse in the same Fells Point location where his previous efforts had opened and closed. In an eventful year, Dean would appear as a contestant on "Top Chef" and wage a defense against creditors. As the year ended, Prime was open for business, buoyed by a surge in business Dean credited to " Groupon, Groupon, Groupon."
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