Harbor East Loses Restaurant, Gains Giant Starbucks

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Earlier this year, Latin restaurant Talara announced it was closing. The simultaneous shuttering of Chazz made foodies question how many restaurants Harbor East could hold. While there may not be room in the development for tapas, there is room for a massive Starbucks.

Baltimore Business Journal reports that Starbucks is moving into the old Talara space in the near future. That location is three times the size of its current location, and space for an outdoor patio.

The move follows Whole Foods’ announcement that they’ll be moving across the street and expanding. So, as the area gets ready for what developers think will be a new influx of people (aka potential customers) with nearby Harbor Point, big brands are only getting bigger.


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  1. I believe the area can sustain many restaurants, I think the two mentioned however, were not good concepts. Both Chaz and Talara seemed better suited to Harbor Place, not Harbor East. Both felt dated, tacky and cheap. Three descriptors you don’t want tied to the Harbor East location.

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