The Dining Dish blog is Dara Bunjon's take on anything food, both national and in her hometown of Baltimore. Warning: this food blog can be harmful to your waistline.

Saturday, April 23, 2016

The Rusty Scupper welcomes new Executive Chef William Wilt

The Rusty Scupper and Bar is the quintessential harborside restaurant offering patrons one of the most dramatic views of Baltimore’s harbor, one of the few with the view of Haborplace, Downtown, the Aquarium, Pier Five, Harbor East and down to the  Locust Point’s Domino Sugar sign that glows in rich yellow and orange hues.  The panoramic views are visible from almost any table, with numerous their large picture windows: sunset is mesmerizing, as is watching the boats coming in and out of the city’s harbor.

The Rusty Scupper and Bar is not new to Baltimore, in fact, they have been at their Key Highway location for over 30 years delighting tourist and locals alike.  A self parking lot makes it easy access, and the two hour fee of just $8 adds to the appeal.  Over 30 years, chefs have come and gone and this past March Executive Chef William Wilt took the helm, adding his 20 years experience throughout the Maryland and Washington DC area restaurants to the Scupper’s cuisine.  There are things you do not change like the crab cake, although there are featured specials.  An invite to meet Chef Wilt and partake of his culinary creations could not be turned down. 

Read the full story and watch the slideshow at / Dining

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