is not a sports bar, although it does seem to be the place to meet the football elite.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco in Nov. 2011 at Liberatore's. He was joined by teammate Marshal Yanda and former Ravens tackle Adam Terry.
We heard Flacco had the veal parmigiana and was an exceptionally generous tipper.
Liberatore's will again roll out the welcome wagon Tuesday night for another football great, even though he no longer wears a helmet.
Maryland Terrapin's head football coach Randy Edsall will be on hand at the Italian establishment for an informal meet and greet with fans from 6 to 8 p.m.
Edsall will be joined by defensive coordinator Brian Stewart and offensive coordinator Mike Locksley.
Maryland Sports Boosters, a nonprofit that raises funds to donate to youth sports programs, will host the event.
Members of the Sports Boosters have been an integral part of the local and regional sports scene for more than 60 years, raising hundreds of thousands of dollars to promote children’s sports programs. Founded in 1950, money raised has provided initial funding to assist local organizations with the purchase of uniforms, equipment, scoreboards, field prep and numerous other needs.
Sports Boosters members who bring a friend to the event will be automatically entered into a raffle to win a Ravens-signed football. There will be information available at the event for newcomers interested in becoming member.
Let Sports Boosters know you're coming by signing up for the event here, or on the Sports Boosters "Maryland Football Night" Facebook event page.
The event is free to attend and Liberatore's will be offering complimentary appetizers.
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