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One Eleven Main restaurant moving closer to opening in Bel Air

Work continues on One Eleven Main, an upscale, dinner-only restaurant, that owner David Anderson says he hopes to open in Bel Air later this summer.
Work continues on One Eleven Main, an upscale, dinner-only restaurant, that owner David Anderson says he hopes to open in Bel Air later this summer. (BRYNA ZUMER / Baltimore Sun)

An upscale dinner restaurant is getting ready to join the bustling scene along Bel Air's South Main Street.

David Anderson said Monday he expects to open One Eleven Main, an "intimate 64-seat space," in about a month.

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The site is right by the popular Sunny Day Cafe, at Courtland and Main streets, and it was formerly home to Little NY Deli that closed last fall.

Anderson, a 2007 C. Milton Wright High School graduate who lives in Baltimore, is the son of Richard Anderson, owner of Richard's Fish & Crabs on Route 22 and majority-owner of Fallston's Seafood Stop.

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David Anderson said he has applied for a liquor license under the fine-dining designation. The application is pending with the Liquor Control Board, according to a board staff member.

The Main Street building is owned by CNL Properties LLC, which Anderson said belongs to James LaCalle, former president of Harford Community College.

"Things have been moving along. I'm happy," Anderson said about his progress on the restaurant.

One Eleven Main is advertised as offering "a small menu focused on elevating traditional and contemporary American dishes," according to its website.

The restaurant will feature "contemporary American cuisine," ideally mixed with some food produced on local farms and a seasonal menu, Anderson said in an earlier interview.

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