L.P. Steamers Currently Closed for Renovations

| February 12, 2020 | 0 Comments

Locust Point (L.P.) Steamers is renovating its seafood restaurant at 1100 E. Fort Ave. once again, but this time it is closed as construction takes place. L.P. Steamers shut down on February 2nd and hopes to reopen on February 17th.

L.P. Steamers posted the following on its website:

We will be closed starting February 2nd thru February 17th

We will be doing s small renovation. Unlike passed projects, due to the location of the working done unfortunately we cannot be open during the process. Of course, putting a timeline to projects like these is not an exact science. We would encourage you to check back in with us to see if we are ahead or behind schedule. Our phone number is 410-576-9294 and we will update our site and social media to keep everyone updated.

We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to serving you again soon!

It appears there are significant renovations taking place in L.P. Steamers’ first-floor dining room with new drywall going up and renovation happening on the ceiling.

Owner William “Bud” Gardner bought the adjacent rowhome at 1102 E. Fort Ave. in 2014 and his team underwent an expansion into the building in 2015. L.P. Steamers used the additional space to build a large new kitchen on the first floor and office spaces on the second floor. L.P. Steamers did not close during this expansion.

L.P. Steamers has three floors of dining space and a rooftop crab deck.

Manager Kim Gardner and Andrew Gardner, who is the grandson of Bud Gardner, run the the day-to-day operations of the business.

The popular crab house destination has been open since 1996.

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