Ryleigh’s Oyster opening Mount Vernon location Dec. 16

Soon you’ll be able to slurp some oysters before listening to Beethoven in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon neighborhood. The owner of Ryleigh’s Oyster will open his third location Dec. 16  across the street from Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, home of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

The popular restaurant will take the spot formerly occupied by Mari Luna Mexican Bistro. Other restaurant tenants at 1225 Cathedral St. have included Robert Oliver Seafood and 23rd Degree Restaurant and Wine Bar. It was also once home to the legendary Spike & Charlie’s, co-owned by Spike Gjerde. Ryleigh’s Facebook page says the new Mount Vernon restaurant will open at 3 p.m.

Ryleigh’s Owner Brian McComas opened his second location in Timonium. The original restaurant is on Federal Hill’s Cross Street a year ago.

Ryleigh's Oyster coming to Mount Vernon

Ryleigh’s Oyster coming to Mount Vernon


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