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Review for Marley Station Mall wrote by Sean
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Comments: This mall seems to be going downhill. It is great location to Glen Burnie but not work the drive from elsewhere.
Review for Szechuan Cafe wrote by Bonnie
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Pros: Best food and service. Friendly!!!
Cons: Small space.
Comments: The address listed here is incorrect. They are no longer located in Glen Burnie. They have been in Pasadena for more than two years. Check out their Web site for ..
Review for Angels Rock Bar wrote by Scott
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Pros: The entertainment at Angels Rock Bar is what makes this place so incredible. The service and the atmosphere have always been top notch.
Cons: Getting to Power Plant Live and paying high parking fees is never fun. What else can you expect from Downtown Baltimore though?
Comments: I used to live in Maryland and a regular to bars at Power Plant Live. I have been back several times to visit and I usually make effort to ..
Review for Phillips wrote by Bria
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Cons: the worst food if you are looking for real maryland seafood
Review for Big Cork Vineyards wrote by ritz
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Comments: It was my first time with Wine and I must say Big Cork Vineyards has made my experience worth. The white wine was so rich in aroma and flavor. I’ll ..
Review for ThompsonGas wrote by ritz
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Comments: Thopson Gas is the best online gas dealer. I have used several other services in past but their services were by far the best. They provided propane gas to me ..

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About Glen Burnie

Glen Burnie is part of Anne Arundel County and is located south of Baltimore Maryland. The county has about 580 square miles of which some 172 of these square miles is water. The county sets on the west end of the Chesapeake Bay and has many rivers and current changing creeks hollowing out its shoreline. The Chesapeake Bay is used for boating, fishing, swimming, and various other water sports, ocean going shipping, commercial fishing and seafood procurement. The bay also provides a sanctuary for wild ducks, geese, and non-game birds and other small animals Before receiving its official name Glen Burnie was first known as Tracey's Station and Myrtle after its first postmaster and one of his local tenants. Elias Glenn named his land Glennsburne that he later changed to Glennsbourne Farm. His descendents eventually renamed the property Glenburnie. In 1854, the property flourished into several thousand acres of land with the incorporation of the Curtis Creek Mining, Furnace and Manufacturing Company by his grandson William. This company thrived during the nineteenth century. In 1888, Glenburnie officially became a state subdivision and his heirs hired George Melvin and Henry Mancha to plot out and market the town. In 1930, a final name change was made by the current postmaster Louis DeAlba to Glen Burnie. In 1958 the Harundale Mall was constructed this was the first shopping center in the country. Before its inception, strip malls and freestanding stores were the only shopping choices available. The Harundale Mall was one of the first shopping centers referred to as a mall. The Harundale Mall was followed by the Glen Burnie mall in the early 1960's. The Marley Station Mall was opened in 1987 providing the city of Glen Burnie three large shopping centers.

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