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Captain Harvey's to close in Owings Mills

Captain Harvey's Restaurant is closing in Owings Mills. Its last day of operation is Nov. 3.

The seafood restaurant has been operating at its current location on Reisterstown Road since 1953. Its predecessor was opened in South Baltimore in 1935 by Harvey E. Marshall, Sr., a captain with the Curtis Bay Towing Co., according to the restaurant's website. The restaurant is still owned and operated by the Marshall family.

A closing notice posted on the restaurant's website says, "Well friends as you know we have been purchased by Royal Farms. The time has come for our countdown to closing. Sunday November 3rd will be our final day. Please come out to see us and have your favorite meal. It's very difficult to say goodbye but knowing that we made so many happy over the years helps. Thank you all so very much. We love you all like family."

Captain Harvey's Submarines in Dundalk is not related to the Owings Mills restaurant and will remain open.

 

 

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