I prefer George Zuverink or Dick Hyde when it comes to submarine pitchers. though Harley’s used to have good submarines.
Comment from Freddy in Boca
I remember Harley’s very well. Especially the ads from the late great Harley Brinsfeld. On Sunday night Harl;ey , the owner of several sub shops around Baltimore would have his jazz show on WBAL. At the breaks, he would do his his Harley commercials. To this day there has never been a sub like the Original Harleyburger. My favorite Harley stop was the one about 6 blocks before Cold Spring lane on Reisterstown Road.
Comment on Freddy’s comment by Bruce
Harley Brinsfield was a true original. In the late 1950’s I used to go to sleep listening to The Modern Jazz Hour (Jim West) on WFBR or Harley’s jazz show on WCBM. Harley played mostly Dixieland, and mostly his own record collection.
When I was a senior at Poly in 1959 (while it was still down on North Avenue) we were allowed to leave school to go out for lunch, and my favorite was the Harley’s at North Ave and Greenmount. Who else could ever make pre-cooked soggy burgers taste so good?
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