Oyster Bay Grille
Oyster Bay Grille closed in late August after less than a year of operation. The restaurant opened in September 2013 in the Towson Circle development at York and Joppa roads.
The team behind Oyster Bay Grille included brothers Nick and John Daskalakis and their longtime friend Spyros Stavrakas, who was a principal in the development of Taverna Athena, an original Harborplace tenant, and the well-remembered Fells Point restaurant Opa. Joining them was Christopher Vocci, formerly of the Baltimore Country Club, who was originally brought on as a menu consultant but was ultimately hired as the executive chef. (Barbara Haddock Taylor, Baltimore Sun photo /September 12, 2013)
Langermann's on Light, the South Baltimore spin-off of the original Langermann's in Canton, closed on Sunday after a little less than three years of operation.
David McGill, one of the partners in both restaurants, confirmed the closing. The building that housed the casual restaurant is owned by another Langermann's partner, Mark Lasker, who has decided to sell the property, McGill said.
McGill said that he and his partners are currently looking for another location for a spin-off version of Langermann's, which features the Low Country cuisine of chef Neal Langermann, who is also a partner in the business.
The original Langermann's, which opened in December 2009, remains in operation.
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