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Avery's Maryland Grill to open this open on Md. 144

Avery’s Maryland Grill to open this open on Md. 144

The aged Jug Bridge Inn building off Md. 144 will shortly be Avery’s Maryland Grill.



Posted: Monday, Mar 10, 2014 2:00 am

Avery’s Maryland Grill to open this open on Md. 144

By Ed Waters Jr. News-Post Staff

The Frederick News-Post

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The former Jug Bridge Inn plcae will come alive again this spring.


Steve Polcari, who has operated Monkey Lala in a downstairs partial of a building given 2007, is expanding to a upstairs with family-style dining.

“It’s dual concepts underneath one roof,” pronounced Polcari, a former earthy preparation clergyman for Frederick County Public Schools. The building is during 9009 Baltimore Road.

Monkey Lala has been successful, Polcari pronounced during an talk in a upstairs area while construction continued. “Monkey Lala is a laid-back area establishment. The place has a certain vibe and is a code built on unchanging business and a employees, both of that we am unapproachable of. It is a kind of place where everybody tends to know everyone. The place has a celebrity and appetite all a own.”

Avery’s is named after a 8-month-old daughter of Polcari and Gemini Strawderman.

“She is only amazing,” Polcari pronounced of a girl.

Avery’s Maryland Grill will live adult to a name.

“The sign is ‘Serving it adult Maryland style,’” Polcari said. The taste will be nautical and a menu, still being finalized, will embody Maryland boiled chicken, Baltimore-style array beef sandwiches, and seafood from crabs — tough bombard and soothing bombard — to lobster, rockfish and flounder. “We have a wood-burning griddle for steaks, ribs and chicken.”

“It will be family-friendly, infrequent and satisfactory priced,” Polcari said. Besides a vast dining room, there is a bar, carryout opposite and an outside patio. Local beers will be on tap.

“I’ve been operative on this for a year,” Polcari pronounced of a skeleton to enhance upstairs. “We’ve put a lot of persperate equity and bid into this.”

Polcari complimented a county on how uniformly a needing and other processes went for a project. “It used to be really tough to do things in Frederick County, though they (the county) accepted what we wanted to do and worked with me.”

Polcari pronounced he didn’t wish his grill to be only another crab house, though a dining knowledge where business would lapse on a unchanging basis.

He has 9 employees during Monkey LaLa, and is employing for a upstairs, presumably adult to 30 employees.

“And if after cooking adult here, people wish to mosey down to Monkey Lala and suffer that, it would be excellent with me,” Polcari said.

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