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New restaurant set to open in Remington neighborhood in Baltimore in time for the holidays, replacing The Dizz

A new restaurant and bar is set to open in Baltimore’s Remington neighborhood, replacing The Dizz, which closed after 29 years.

Lily’s, at 300 W. 30th St., will offer regional and classic dishes with the option to get crab on anything, according to a news release. Owner-partners Elan Kotz and Mary Zayaruzny said they hope to become a “place for everyone” and plan to be open in time for the holidays.

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Kotz originally purchased The Dizz in February and then partnered with Zayaruzny, who has led initiatives for Michelin-star-rated restaurants in New York City and Miami. The restaurant pays homage to Zayaruzny’s late paternal grandmother.

“I am thrilled for the opportunity to see a years-long vision come to life,” Zayaruzny said in a news release. “To do this alongside Elan, who has built such incredible restaurants in Baltimore and who has a remarkable understanding of hospitality, service and exceptional food, is icing on the cake.”

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Lily’s will seat up to 75 guests indoors and 28 on its outdoor patio. It will also offer carryout and a bottle shop with local beer.

The restaurant will offer cheddar bay popcorn, curly fry poutine, burgers, and vegetarian and vegan options. Customers will also be able to get CakeShakes and other homemade desserts.

Happy hour will be offered twice every day, the release said, from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and from 10 p.m. to close. Seasonal cocktails will be featured along with $6 glasses of wine, mix-and-match beer six-packs and bar snacks.

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