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September 1, 2009

Yankees down steaks at Sullivan's

DerekJeter.JPGCelebrity sighting alert: New York Yankees Derek Jeter and Jorge Posada had "Cowboy Ribeyes," lobster tails and margaritas at Sullivan’s Steakhouse after their 5-to-1 victory over the Orioles last night.

I wonder if Baltimore fans leave them alone or boo and hiss when they're seen around town.

(Photo by Greg Fiume/Getty Images)

Posted by Elizabeth Large at 3:47 PM | | Comments (27)


"The Orioles are easily beat, but we spit on your meat!"

(Just kidding)

Isn't that the upscale Hooters? I guess the Yankees are easily amused.

Not that I mind watching the scenery myself, on occasion.

Sullivan's is cool. I went to their grand opening in Feb and have been back often for business meetings and with my wife for dinner. Their business lunch deal is great!

"Yankees Down Steaks at Sullivans" ... did they end up playing a double header?? in another ballpark?? against a new team??

I get so confused!

Hey, did you think that head was an accident? I worked long and hard on it. :-) EL

No mention as to whether some guy named Andy had the Pettite filet.

Points to both The Canon and MAG.

When I worked in the Inner Harbor, I'd see players from visiting teams from time to time, especially Yankees. Even though I'm a big O's fan and hate the Yankees, I didn't boo or hiss.

hrmmm. another blog mentioened that they all went to espn the zone to do their fantasy draft:

I guess that was before????

I assume this means that Sullivan's is the perfect place to get wine coolers.

nice one, JP. a server friend told me that jeter wanted "fa-gee-tas" and posada asked for his steak well done. stoopid yankees.

Dave - great re-read of headline... after I paused, I laughed... whoops, I meant I LOLed.

I personally don't understand how any true fan of baseball can dis Derek Jeter. He's the consumate baseball player, and appears to be a down-to-earth and level-headed guy.

If you're truly an afficiando of a sport, you should prefer that your team's adfversaries are worthy adversaries. What is the point of winning if you didn't beat a worthy opponent?

Well, I guess they have to eat, but I really don't care.

Rotten Jesus, in the D@L blog, the commenter's name follows the comment which s/he has just posted. The "great re-read of headline" you describe should be properly attributed to The Canon, not Dave.

[Confidential to Sandbox: To quote Yogi Berra, "It's like déjà vu all over again."]

It would be a terrible shame if they didn't hear at least a little booing and hissing.

I guess Jeter had the porterhouse that Ruth built?

Too bad for them. Probably the worst restuarant in Baltimore.

chris, they didn't go to Babe Ruth's Chris.

a rod sent his steak back when he found out it was steroid free.


Orioles Become 1st Team In Baseball Eliminated From Division Race

Yankees sting Ray for back-to-back HRs in O's loss

...although probably not the first team in baseball EVER eliminated...

"...although probably not the first team in baseball EVER eliminated..."

at least they've got that going for them. which is nice.

I'm sitting here in Chipparelli's at 2:13 on Wedenesday afternoon. Jeter is here. Should I go and snoop by his table to get the scoop???/ OMG! OMG! OMG! Derek Jeter!! What could he be eating????? I can't take it anymore, I'm going to go and find out!!!!

Could you do a video with your iPhone for us? EL

I heard they were canceling the baseball season for lack of interest.

Reminds me of a line from GWTW: "Who let those Yankees in?"

t - Chiapparelli's is my favorite. What are you having???

is it because my interest in baseball begins and ends with looking at the stands to see if there's anyone that I know in the stadium, that I don't understand any of these jokes? Or maybe it was my lobotomy....

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Richard Gorelick was appointed The Baltimore Sun's restaurant critic in September 2010. Before joining the paper staff fulltime, he contributed freelance criticism and features articles about food to area and regional publications. Along the way, he dispatched for short-distance trucking companies, shilled for cultural non-profits, and assisted in cognitive neurology research – never the subject, always the control.

He takes restaurants seriously but not himself, and his favorite restaurant is the one you love, too.

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