Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Columbia. Columbia is a census-designated place in Howard County, Maryland, United States, and is one of the principal cities of the Baltimore metropolitan area. It is a planned community consisting of 10 self-contained villages. It began with the idea that a city could enhance its residents' quality of life. Creator and developer James W. Rouse saw the new community in terms of human values, rather than merely economics and engineering. Opened in 1967, Columbia was intended to not only eliminate the inconveniences of then-current subdivision design, but also eliminate racial, religious, and class segregation.
Things to do in Columbia
3 based on 63 reviews
Iconic Maryland bar and restaurant serving famous crab dip, fresh & never frozen 100% beef burgers, fan-favorite wings, a $7.99 lunch menu, and a wide selection of local, craft, and specialty beers. Always a good game on TV, and every seat has a good view
This restaurant was superb. It was located in a great and friendly area. The food was very good. I recommend though for appetizers not to get the Quesadilla as they were quite small. Though my friends got the nachos for an appetizer which was really delicious. The main entree all around was very appetizing the buffalo chicken sandwich was awesome. The food we got it in a decent time and the staff was super attentive and friendly. Surely would love to come back to the Greene turtle soon!
4 based on 52 reviews
Thought we'd give it a try after seeing the television commercials and a couple recommendations from friends. The bright spot was the somewhat expensive frozen sangria. It was very good. Everything else is nothing any restaurant would brag about. Service was spotty. One person took our drink order, another delivered it and took our food order, and yet another person delivered the food. No idea who should get any tip. We ordered the enchilada trio to share. Of course it came on one plate. When we asked the person who delivered it to us for a 2nd plate, he ignored us and walked away. After getting our waitress away from her side conversation, she got us the plate. The chips had a nice flavor, but because they were so thin, they kept breaking when dipped into the salsa and got soggy very quickly. The enchiladas were very salty and no real cheese was used; rather, cheese sauce. Everything seems to have been thrown together, then thrown under a heat light or over, or microwave to heat the plate up. The rice was very dry. I felt the prices were very pricey for what got. Even by typical chain restaurant standards, this food was pretty bad. I have no intention of ever returning. Once was more than enough.
4 based on 88 reviews
Great selection of beers and a huge food menu! My latest go-to dishes are the avocado eggrolls (I generally hate avocados but this is the exception, SO GOOD) and the barbacoa cauliflower pita tacos. Yum! Their broccoli cheddar soup and potato skins (very crispy!) are also favorites of mine. Their pizookie's for dessert are amazing too. Seriously, the menu is big, you'll find something to love.
4 based on 167 reviews
Tucked away in a strip mall off Rte 40, this pub is a familiar landmark, and a must for those who love Maryland crab dishes. The crab cakes and fries, regular or sweet potato, are marvelous. There is a full menu of mostly American dishes besides, but what bother?
4 based on 38 reviews
This pizza is really good. I think it perhaps the best inn town. They have a decent selection of beer and wine and their sandwiches are also good.
4 based on 172 reviews
The atmosphere of this place is great, however, the food isnât too good.Hostess and waitress were attentive and friendly. We were here with a large group of friends, food came really fast which was impressive.The waitress recommended the Spicy Steak Sandwich - I wasnât too thrilled about it, the steak was over cooked and it looked that the meat was just put on top of the steak. My friend had the Mahi Grilled tacos, she said they were good.I recommend this place for drinks and appetizers, not for lunch or dinner.
4 based on 107 reviews
Serving 2 for $4.50 House-Brewed Craft Beer's and Gourmet Thin-Crust Pizza All The Time. Happy Hour Mon-Fri 3PM to 7PM featuring $1 off all beer and liquor drinks and $6 appetizers.
We found this on Bring Fido because we were traveling with our dog. They advertise being dog friendly. The patio was dog friendly, but they had no table service. Pizza was good and they offered gluten free crust! Salad was good. Beer was decent and there were many choices. Unfortunately you had to go inside to order and pickup food and drinks, which is difficult when someone has to stay outside with your dog. Also, the music was incredibly loud. This COULD be a great place with better service and quieter music.
4 based on 228 reviews
The Corner Stable is a family owned and operated restaurant serving our famous "fall off the bone" baby back ribs and colossal lump crab cakes, among many other things (make sure you give our seasonal menus a try!). We have over 40 different, constantly r
The last time we were in here, the sandwich had been pulled from the menu, but Mike in the bar said we can still make it, and did. Then I received a reply from Marja A the GM, who said again it can still be made. Well this time I was told it couldn't, apparently from low sales. It is a shame, because it was one of the best sandwiches I had ever had and the only thing I ordered on our many trips here. It looks like I was the only one ordering it. Moving on, our waitress in the bar recommended the Little Red and it turned out to be pretty good with tender brisket and little fat. My wife's salmon was good and well as the rest of the party's crab cake and pulled pork sandwich. Nice happy hour with $2 off beers and the young lady running the bar on this busy Friday was outstanding.Thank you for your review, I will be sure to share this with Nicole (the bartender that night)! We actually can still make the Big Bad Wolf and I am sorry that you were told we couldn't. Do you mind reaching out to me at [email protected], so I can get a little more detail about your visist? Thanks!
4 based on 217 reviews
Dinner at the Ale House was very good. My grilled salmon BLT was excellent. The bread was nicely toasted without being too crusty. The salmon was nicely grilled without being dry. The bacon and greens were crisp. The herb aioli brought it all together to make an excellent sandwich.
4 based on 589 reviews
Victoria Gastro Pub offers a warm, inviting pub atmosphere that serves sophisticated, yet unpretentious food. The main objective of our kitchen is to serve innovative twists on classic pub fare that stress quality and freshness with every recipe, and ever
Very nice facility with enough space between tables to make conversations easy. Rooms have enough sound deadening material to keep the customer roar way down. Food was delivered in a reasonable time and delivered hot. Presentation was good for the most part but my Victoria Eggs Benedict wasn't at all what I expected. Instead of a plate with individual items, it was more like a spinach salad with the eggs and other ingredients tossed on top. I'll probably go again but order something different.
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