The owners of Remington speakeasy W.C. Harlan are reportedly planning to open a new spot.
According to Baltimore Business Journal, the owners received approval from the city liquor board for a transfer of the liquor license from the current owners at 225-227 W. 23rd St. That space is currently occupied by Corky’s Grill.
In fitting fashion for owners of a speakeasy, Business Journal reporter Sarah Meehan writes that there wasn’t much info divulged about the project at the hearing beyond a targeted spring opening. The liquor board agenda also stated they were requesting “outdoor seating and off-premises catering.”
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