Baltimore's Lost City Diner has reopened after having been closed for over a year. The Station North Arts and Entertainment District diner opened in August 2011 and closed six months later, shortly after BmoreMedia
ran this story on the neighborhood
It has retained its 1930s sci-fi decor, but now has a new owner, Baltimore City Paper writes
. John Rutoskey has steered the menu toward classic diner fare, with plenty of vegan options, the paper writes.
And Baltimore Fishbowl writes that the vibe is "classy yet easy, eventful yet low key."
"Most likely, all the hype and anticipation about Lost City opening (or opening again) comes from its high visibility location. It’s right next door to the Club Charles and the Depot, and across from the Charles movie theater and the former home of Everyman Theater. That’s a lot of drinkers/movie patrons/theater-goers who could use a shake, some fries, and a place to decompress after their other evening activities."
Read more here