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A new chef for Antrim 1844's Smokehouse Restaurant

There's news out of Taneytown. The Antrim 1844 Country House Hotel has announced that Spencer Wolff is the new executive chef at its Smokehouse Restaurant.

Wolff replaces Michael Gettier, who left his position at the country house hotel earlier this fall. Gettier is remembered by Baltimore diners for his Fells Point restaurant, M. Gettier, and its follow-up, M. Gettier's Orchard Inn in Towson. Gettier is now running his own Baltimore-based cooking concern, Kerfuffle Foods, which supplies vegetarian cuisine to the wholesale and catering trade, according to the company's website.

Under Wolff, Antrim 1844's Smokehouse Restaurant will be keeping its fixed-price, multi-course format, which begins with passed hors d’oeuvres in the inn's opulent parlors. Wolff was formerly executive chef at The Hyatt Regency Schaumburg, Chicago and the Hamilton Crowne Plaza in Washington.

 

 

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