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Kettle Hill at Power Plant Live is closed

Kettle Hill has closed. Inspired by the life and spirit of Theodore Roosevelt, Kettle Hill opened April 20 on Market Place as the anchor restaurant in the Power Plant Live complex.

The team behind Kettle Hill were Keystone Hospitality partners Desmond Reilly and Kristopher Carr. In a nightlife review of Kettle Hill, The Baltimore Sun's Wesley Case wrote that "Kettle Hill is a strong anchor for Power Plant Live's needed face-lift, which includes the additions of Joe Squared and Leinenkugel Beer Garden."

In confirming the closure, the Cordish Cos. released this statement: "The maturation and redevelopment of Power Plant Live has been a tremendous success and we are very proud that the district welcomed more visitors in the last 12 months than at any point in its history. Although any turn-over is unfortunate we look forward to the continued success of the district."

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