The Howard County restaurant will mirror the “upscale New American” mood of the Baltimore menu and make it “different and accessible to the local tavern crowd,” Roth said.
“If we’re gonna do wings, we do them with a twist. We won’t slap some buffalo sauce on them and call them wings,” he said.
The Highland location’s menu will retain some of the current tavern’s favorites including malted pretzel rolled in bacon and served with mustard infused with beer, Roth said. The location will serve beer that is brewed in the city.
The new space will have a bar like its Mount Vernon location and will serve beer on draft.
Roth said the space was renovated and can seat 85 people inside. The restaurant will also have a 20-seat beer garden outside.