Liquor Board Updates Involving South Baltimore Establishments

| January 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

hanover port covingtonTwo liquor license transfers for Port Covington and Riverside/Locust Point establishments were approved today, January 15th, at the Board of Liquor License Commissioners for Baltimore City (BLLC) hearing.

In the first hearing the liquor license at Nick’s Fish House at 2600 Insulator Dr. in Port Covington was successfully transferred to the ownership of a team that owns The Starboard in Dewey Beach, DE and Bethany Blues in Bethany Beach, DE and Lewes, DE. The license is a BD-7 and it allows service at the restaurant and on the 180-slip marina, as well as the sale of packaged goods. The restaurant will remain Nick’s Fish House.

The group said a formal announcement with many more details would be coming up in the near future. Many real estate transactions have taken place recently at Port Covington.

In the second hearing the liquor license at the former Thornton’s at 1538 Clement St. in Locust Point was successfully transferred to Scott Plank for the former Rallo’s/Big Matty’s location at 838 E. Fort Ave. in Locust Point/Riverside. Plank and his team are working on bringing in a neighborhood operator to run the restaurant. Plank is also a partner in the adjacent Anthem House Development, which is expected to break ground this month. He additionally is expected to make a joint bid for the Cross Street Market.

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