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May 26, 2010

More on Dick's Last Resort

dick's last resortI spoke with a marketing spokeswoman for Dick's Last Resort, which is opening a branch in the Inner Harbor.

According to the rep, Dick's should be open in the coming weeks. And yes, as we suspected, is just like Rudey's, the bar Owl Meat invented a little while ago.

"The waiters play around with you a little bit," the spokeswoman said. "They walk a fine line between fun and a little risque."

Stay tuned, gang. More updates are in the works.

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Posted by Sam Sessa at 1:41 PM | | Comments (9)
Categories: Bars & Clubs


I will be suing.

Sam, whats the your record for linking to your own blog posts in a MS post? You only have a two measly MS links in this post. C'mon, you can do better than that! You should set your sights higher, how about 6, you think you can mange to link you own blog 6 times?

Linking in comments section doesn't count!

If I ask nicely, can we do away with the updates and talk about something non kitsch in an area outside the Inner Harbor? Please?

@Alakaaldkjfhald kfjhsa lkdjfh -- Thanks for that -- I'd almost lost count. Hold on, let me crack my knuckles and see what I can do ...

@AK -- How's this: One time me and pops harvested some spinach on this guy's Eastern Shore farm, using his equipment. We got back to the grading and busheling plant we ran and I started pitchforking it onto the conveyor belt.

After a few minutes, I started noticing how some of the spinach was clumped together and smelled awful. Then we realized the farmer's equipment was covered in a thin layer of pig manure. It was awful. We had to throw out at least one whole trailer load of spinach.

So the wait staff will be 'a little risqué' with families visiting the Aquarium from New Jersey?! Awesome. Locals beware.

No question, that's neither kitschy nor Inner Harbor centric.

really? does anyone care that a dick's is going in the inner harbor? Hey there's a new hooters opening in timonium.

A new Hooters? Really? I hear thye've got great wings.

really? does anyone care that a dick's is going in the inner harbor? Hey there's a new hooters opening in timonium.
All of a sudden, bryanintowson becomes bryanintimonium again...

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