Ex-Baltimore business rep blames city, not pandemic, after closing Inner Harbor bar

A representative for the company that owns Dick’s Last Resort said the recent closure of the brash restaurant and bar’s Baltimore location had less to do with the impact of the coronavirus pandemic than with the city itself.

Downtown Baltimore is a complete hellhole dumpster fire of violence and danger. Nobody in their right mind would operate a business there.””,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:1/83/8,”inline_comments”:1/83/83/4,”_id”:”QQHBMJG6YVHW3NK7GUGJJ2P7FY

Ryan Carlson, director of operations for Deja Vu Services, Inc.

“Downtown Baltimore is a complete hellhole dumpster fire of violence and danger,” Ryan Carlson, director of operations for Deja Vu Services, Inc., wrote in an email to the Baltimore Sun. “Nobody in their right mind would operate a business there.”

In addition to Dick’s Last Resort, the Las Vegas-based Deja Vu operates about 200 strip clubs in 40 states and six countries. Among those locations is Larry Flynt’s Hustler Club at 409 E. Baltimore St.

City Councilman Eric Costello, who

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