4 based on 319 reviews
Family owned and operated since 1972, The Corner Stable on York Rd in Cockeysville, MD is a friendly local restaurant with emphasis on creating great food and a warm "at home" atmosphere. In 2011, our Corner Stable Family grew to include our second restau
My parents and I ate here in early June on the recommendation from my motherâs friend. We made a reservation the day before with ease. There was really no need for our reservation since the restaurant has plenty of seats. The restaurant is pretty huge. The restaurant is decorated with horse racing memorabilia all over. Thereâs a decent sized patio to eat outside. Our server came over about a minute or so after we were seated. She was friendly and polite. She always checked in on us. The menu is extensive - thereâs something for everyone. They have a large specials menu with a nice variety of meals. - Crab Dip appetizer (creamy dip topped with cheddar cheese) served with warm breadsticks, carrots, celery sticks: This was pretty good. It came out piping hot and bubbling. It wasnât overly cream cheese-y, which was nice. The bread sticks were a little too hard for my liking. The celery and carrots were a nice difference to the normal bread itâs served with.- Side salads: My dad I both ordered a salad as one of our sides. The salads were big and featured greens, cucumbers, halved cherry tomatoes, and croutons. I picked out some lettuce pieces that were brown on the ends, though.- Surf & Turf (5oz jumbo lump crab cake, 7oz sirloin topped with herb butter) with house salad and Yukon Gold mashed potatoes: Asked for the meat to be medium well but it came out well done. My dad thought the steak was seasoned well. He liked the mashed potatoes and the crab cake. The crab cake was jumbo lump as the menu stated, with very little filler (if any at all). - Philly Cheese Steak (half pound of thinly sliced ribeye steak, Philadelphia style hoagie roll, provolone, lettuce, tomato, fried onions) with fries: My mom loved this. The fries were crispy and hot. The cheesesteak was huge. She could only eat half of it. The ribeye was seasoned well and the toppings were fresh.- Fried Chicken Dinner (2 jumbo chicken breasts) with side of mac and cheese: Both chicken breasts were humungous. The menu said âjumbo chicken breastsâ and they meant it. I could only eat half of one before getting full. I didnât like the mac and cheese. It was cooked fine, I just didnât like the cheese sauce.We had no room for dessert, even though the funnel cake fries were calling my name. The only damper on the evening (that had nothing to do with the restaurant itself) was a party of 10 celebrating a birthday. They were so loud and the little children were running back and forth and screaming their heads off. The mom kept yelling at her children and the entire restaurant kept looking over at them. It was pretty embarrassing and annoying to hear. The restaurant is located in a shopping center of sorts. The Harris Teeter is next door. There are quite a few places to park, but the lot fills up pretty quickly. By the time we left, the only spots left were all the way towards the back.Overall, we will return. We had yummy food, huge portions, and good service.
5 based on 53 reviews
Great pit beef, owner operated, off the beaten path in a non commercial location, unique stop.
I have driven by Jake's many times but was told by many people that you have to try it.I finally got to Jake's Grill today and tried the Pit Ham. Wow, huge sandwich and price is very reasonable to compared to other BBQ places in the area. Very good taste and quick and friendly service. Our party of 4 had the pit ham, turkey and beef and we were very satisfied. Thumbs up to Jake's Grill.
4 based on 33 reviews
Usually I really enjoy this place. But last weekend, I tried their corned beef sandwich--reuben sandwich. The corned beef tasted like no corned beef I had ever had. It tasted like plain old beef--no seasoning or aging or any kind. Really disappointing. They serve the reuben with sauerkraut and grilled. I asked for the sauerkraut to be substituted, and instead add cole slaw. The teen taking orders had, I suppose, never heard of such a thing, and instead I got a reuben-with sauerkraut-and a side of cole slaw. I returned to the window, spoke to someone else, and got it sorted out. I specifically asked that they simply change the topping on the existing sandwich--not make a new one. And, of course, refund me for the side of cole slaw. They refunded me, and scraped off the sauerkraut and added slaw. But it was a bit of an ordeal to get through it. By then I was ready to dig into this warm grilled sandwich. Hmm. Disappointing. Lots of meat, but just that, meat. Didn't taste at all like corned beef. I don't get what they are doing, but fix that, and it would be a good sandwich.
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