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Looney's Pub coming to Perry Hall

Looney’s Pub will soon add another bar and restaurant in Perry Hall.

The Irish Pub, which is taking over the former Harp Restaurant, Sports Bar & Catering location, is expected to open in late summer, co-owner Bill Larney announced in a Facebook post Friday.

Looney’s will take over the Harp space at 8706 Belair Road, and Larney said in an email his team is finalizing the contract on the space Friday.

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O'Flynn's Crab & Cask House will be the next in a string of Baltimore Irish pubs to close

O’Flynn’s Crab & Cask House will serve its last eats and drinks later this month.

The Brooklyn bar and restaurant will close at the end of April, owner Liam Flynn said.

O’Flynn’s opened at 3432 S. Hanover St. in May 2016, replacing the longtime Brooklyn staple O’Brady’s Crab House.

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A Baltimore restaurant is serving a $21 version of a chicken box. We tried it.

A new Baltimore restaurant is serving a riff on the chicken box — and it costs $21.

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Canners Row has closed in Canton after owners evicted

Canners Row, a waterfront restaurant in Canton that opened a year ago, has closed after its owners were evicted.

District court documents posted on the shuttered restaurant indicate that Seeb Corp., which owned the restaurant, owed $27,250 to 2760 Lighthouse Point LLC, a subsidiary of War Horse Cities. The restaurant was evicted, according to the notice.

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HarborQue in Federal Hill closes, plans to launch food trucks

HarborQue, the barbecue joint in Federal Hill, has closed , but the restaurant’s Carolina-style barbecue will still be available in the Baltimore area.

The eatery closed after 10 years in South Baltimore — five years in Locust Point followed by five at a newer location in Federal Hill. Owner Kelley Stewart said business had slumped since 2015, and she decided not to renew her lease at 1125 S.

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How Dooby's 32-year-old owner is shaping Baltimore's dining scene

Beneath a blue tent, eyes shaded from the morning sun by square Oakley lenses, Phil Han dishes out breakfast sandwiches to hungry patrons lined up for a taste of Dooby’s.

It’s the opening day of the Baltimore Farmers’ Market and Bazaar, and orders are piling up.

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