A few weeks ago, I heard that restaurateur Teddy Bauer had invited over the weekend a few friends to stop by his old-restaurant-made-new, The Valley Inn, on Falls Road in Brooklandville. I immediately drove by and called the restaurant; both actions bore no fruit. The following Thursday, a friend and I met there for a drink and to see if it was open. (I had heard from a friend of Teddy’s that he was going to open the bar first.) When we arrived at about 8:00 at night, the place was dead.
Looks like Richard Gorelick at The Baltimore Sun heard the same rumors I did and went by last Saturday to check things out for himself, and it looks like it is open (but mostly for FOTs – Friends of Teddy’s). He reports that the pub is open for business on Fridays and Saturdays, serving burgers, crab cakes, salads and more. Read his story here.
Ever since Teddy Bauer bought The Valley Inn in 2011 locals have speculated on what the Oregon Grille-owner would do with the space. Looks like that’s yet to be seen, but from what it seems, a full opening is getting closer. Anyone know anything more about the opening of The Valley Inn? Let us know in the comments.
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