When you have an actor like Woody Harrelson associated with your restaurant and hotel, it's bound to draw attention.
His connection with the Inn at the Black Olive near Fells Point reveals a story arc worthy of his bartending days on "Cheers": Famous star swoops in to save an earnest everyman from ruin.
His intervention resulted in a second chapter for the once-struggling eco-friendly boutique hotel and, eventually, a rethinking of its restaurant space.
The inn's rooftop Olive Room restaurant closed quietly in early January and reopened just as quietly in late March on the ground floor as Agora Bar and Grill. It's a more casual concept with an affordable menu...