Soup's on at reopened Suburban House
Suburban House, the Pikesville institution that burned down last summer, reopens in a new location today at 7 a.m.
Joseph Stowe, who owns the restaurant with Mark Horowitz, told me last night that all of the old favorites will be on the menu.
"Chicken in a pot, chopped liver, homemade roast brisket, fresh roasted turkey," he said, quickly rattling some off.
But there will be new features, too, including bagels baked on the premises.
"We're taking deli to the next level -- chopped salad station, carving station," he said. The new location, in a former Fuddruckers at 1700 Reisterstown Road, seats 250 -- up from 175 at the old spot.
Suburban House's matzo ball soup. Sun photo by Lloyd Fox