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Hooters is suing Harborplace

January 12, 2024

Hooters has had enough. The longest-tenured restaurant at Baltimore’s Harborplace has endured protests, multiple landlords and years of neglect. After a break-in this fall, Hooters sued the former and current ownership of the Inner Harbor pavilions, calling them “unkempt, dirty and poorly maintained.” Hooters claims the disrepair at Harborplace — hanging wires, cracked floors and ceilings, dripping air ducts, burnt-out light bulbs and much more — harms its business and is a violation of its lease agreement.

 

Article Source: The Baltimore Banner

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