Spike Gjerde and his partner Corey Polyoka presented Monday night to the Remington Improvement Association, plans for Parts and Labor, Spike’s new restaurant on Howard Street that is housed in a former auto shop. He plans to open the restaurant in about two months.
The new place will be a butchery mostly, with a small area for food and drink. It will serve liquor, wine and beer with 24 beers on tap, the Baltimore Sun reports. Spike plans to cure and smoke his meat there and he will not have a commercial kitchen, opting instead for a hearth in a big, open kitchen, according to the story in The Sun.
Spike Gjerde and his wife Amy own and operate Woodberry Kitchen, Artifact Coffee and Shoo-Fly Diner. He is recognized across the country as a leader in the the locavore movement.
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