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Conrad's Seafood of Perry Hall seeks to open restaurant at Boulevard at Box Hill in Abingdon

When Chris Conrad moved back to Maryland from the West Coast two years ago, he asked his brother where people in Harford County go to eat seafood.

“They come to our place,” said Anthony Conrad, who founded Conrad’s Seafood Restaurant in Perry Hall with his wife, Andrea.

What if they don’t want to make that drive, then were do they go, asked Chris, who moved to Fallston.

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Greg's Bagels closed by Baltimore health department

Greg’s Bagels, a popular eatery in Belvedere Square, has been shut down by order of the city health department.

The eatery was closed after a Dec. 5 inspection found violations of several health department regulations.

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Donna's Cross Keys closing Sunday after 19 years in business

Donna’s, the once-popular restaurant in the Village of Cross Keys, will close on Sunday after 19 years in business.

The 2,500-square-foot cafe, known for its breakfast offerings and mix of Italian and American cuisine, employs 25, according to co-owner Alan Hirsch.

“Over the past couple years our sales have dropped a bit. It’s no longer financially sustainable,” he said.

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Middle-Eastern grill, women's boutique slated to open in Marketplace at Fells Point

A women’s boutique and a Middle-Eastern restaurant will open in the Marketplace at Fells Point on South Broadway, according to a news release.

Mint & Major, a 1,717-square-foot store featuring a selection of clothing, jewelry, accessories, beauty items and home and lifestyle brands, is slated to open in the first quarter of 2019 at 612 S. Broadway, according to owners.

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Noona's Pizza, from Dooby's owner, opening this week in Midtown-Belvedere

A bar and restaurant from the team behind Dooby’s will open to the public this week in Midtown-Belvedere.

Noona’s Pizza will open at 5 p.m. Wednesday, owner Phil Han said. The restaurant, located in the space in the Fitzgerald apartment building that previously housed Two Boots Pizza, will offer pizzas, sandwiches, small plates and entrees with Korean and Southern influences.

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Baltimore's Restaurant Week returns in January

As temperatures plunge next month, Baltimore’s restaurateurs are bringing back their annual plan to warm your innards.

Baltimore’s winter Restaurant Week will run Jan. 11-19, according to Jessie Krebs, the public relations manager for Visit Baltimore, which organizes the twice-annual event.

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