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The History of Haussner’s Restaurant: Baltimore’s Most Famous Landmark

Haussners in 1937
Haussner's Restaurant was one of Baltimore's most famous landmarks, known for its cuisine and extensive art collection. Learn more about the history of this iconic restaurant, which was even featured in AMC's Mad Men!
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Haussner’s Restaurant was one of Baltimore’s most famous landmarks. It was opened in 1926 by William Haussner and remained opened for the next 73 years until it closed on October 6, 1999. The restaurant was not only known for cuisine which consisted of fresh seafood, German food, and freshly prepared desserts. The Haussner Restaurant was also known for it’s extensive art collection which decorated its walls. Over the 73 years William Haussner and his wife collected over 100 pieces of fine art that was displayed throughout the restaurant.

Here is a photo of the famous restaurant.

Haussners in 1937
Haussner’s in 1937
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Haussner’s Restaurant was also reproduced and featured in Season 3, episode 27 of AMC’s Mad Men.

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