In Good Taste

Last Day for Lamill

Lamill space will reopen in several month as a new restaurant/bar.

By Jane Marion. Posted on June 12, 2014, 6:05 pm

-Courtesy of Four Seasons Baltimore
In Good Taste

Last Day for Lamill

Lamill space will reopen in several month as a new restaurant/bar.

By Jane Marion. Posted on June 12, 2014, 6:05 pm


-Courtesy of Four Seasons Baltimore


Last call for cappuccino at Lamill, the gourmet coffee shop inside Four Seasons Baltimore. On Friday, June 13, the space will be open for business from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m., before closing for good.

Several days ago, restaurateur Alex Smith told us that after minor changes, the Lamill space would reopen early next week as a new, upscale coffee shop. 

Today, Smith contacted us to say there's been a change in plans. 

"Together with my partner, George Aligeorgas, The Atlas Group is planning to re-concept the space into a full service restaurant/bar with a projected opening date of late summer 2014," says Smith. "While the space will be dark for longer than we initially anticipated, we are very excited about this new direction and will be announcing details regarding the new restaurant at a later date." 

Once again, stay tuned. 


Meet The Editor
Jane Marion is the food and travel editor for Baltimore, where she covers food, wellness, beauty, and home and garden.

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