Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Riverdale including Thames Street Oyster House, Koco's Pub, Dry 85, One-Eyed Mike's, Max's Taphouse, Davis Pub, The Abbey Burger Bistro, Level a small plates lounge, Dock Street Bar & Grill, Galway Bay
4 based on 753 reviews
A taste of Ireland is all about friendly surroundings and an immediate sense of feeling right at home. Visit Galway Bay and discover how to find that atmosphere right in your own neighborhood. Come on in and fill up on Irish. Relax in a traditional Irish
Nice place to grab cocktails and apps. Didnât eat a full meal. But the chowder and the oysters were delicious and the cocktails were strong. Kinda loud, it is a bar.
4 based on 360 reviews
We had a wonderful meal and really enjoyed the service.Best crab cakes I have ever eaten.We ordered the crab cakes highly recommended by the bartender.Great atmosphere and great food.Highly recommend this restaurant.
4 based on 364 reviews
Level was established as a locals first atmosphere with welcoming attitudes to all. The cocktails are all handcrafted with fresh juices, mixes, and garnishes. It has been a favorite Downtown Annapolis Restaurant and Event venue since opening in 2009. One
Excellent place. Signature cocktails designed by a mixologist. Delicious. The small plates are excellent. I particularly enjoyed the ribs and the blackened catfish tacos. The cheese plate was great but the sizes of the cheese were skimpy. Overall, an excellent experience. Enjoy
4 based on 242 reviews
Upon entering The Abbey Burger Bistro, I was a little off-put by the abrasive service. And by abrasive, I mean we felt like we were a hindrance to the employee who "greeted" us, and our mere presence was doing them a disservice. Regardless, this place started a couple of steps behind a Rock Solid endorsement. After checking out their tasty beer menu, they started to climb a little out of the hole. The service beyond the initial interaction was friendly and accommodating, which helped climb a little further, but what about the food? The fried pickles and crab tots made strides towards recommending this place a Rock Solid option. The thin, crispy pickles and crab cheese smothered tots were the bomb if I do say so myself. Since this is a burger place, after all, we had to try a burger, or four...The burger trio made it easy to partake in multiple burger varieties, as well as overeat, but we also had to try one of their signature burgers, and what the heck, more tots! (We ate family style, so no judging) I enjoyed everything that laid in front of me and then some. I wasn't even that hungry! Anyhow, if you're interested in eating your weight in beer, burgers, and tots, GO HERE! And yes, I wrote burgers, with an "s."
4 based on 277 reviews
My husband & I were on our way to Virginia for a mini vacation & decided to try & find some place that Guy Fieri visited on Triple D. This has been of quest of ours for a few years & we got to a place a few years ago only to find out they weren't opened for the day yet. So while my husband drove I looked on the Internet to see if anything was close by that Guy had visited. The angels must have heard me because we found a place! I was SO excited! LOL The pub is located in a residential area & parking like others have said can be tough, thankfully we didn't have that issue & found a parking space right away. We walked up to the hostess stand outside & were seated inside pretty quickly even though the restaurant was very busy. The tables are very close together but not super crammed. When we walked in I was looking for proof Guy was there & sure enough found the picture on the wall. It's in an odd place by the window where the food is placed for servers to grab so I politely asked a lady (who was an employee) standing by the window if I could take a picture of the picture. She said I could but wasn't really polite about it. I'm sure they get people like me all the time asking if they can take a picture of the picture but she could have been a little friendlier about it. I mean after all I only knew of the place because of the show. I thought things were going to go downhill after that but it didn't. Our waitress was very nice & very attentive to my husband & I. My husband had the crab cake sandwich that came with coleslaw & he chose potato salad as his side. The crab cake sandwich was amazing with lots of crab. I like the coleslaw & he liked it just not as much as me. The potato salad was good but I felt the potatoes were a little hard but that's my opinion. He liked it. I had a cheeseburger & it was cooked perfectly! Well seasoned & perfect. Now about those fries, my husband & I are not fans of skinny fries at all. I decided to try them & am really glad I did. They were very good & they tasted hand cut. Others have raved about the pretzels they serve there but we didn't try one. However the people next to us both had one & they looked amazing. So I can't say how they tasted but they looked good! LOL Hopefully we'll visit again soon.
4 based on 352 reviews
Stocks nearly 200 beers on tap
We walked into Maxâs and my husband wasnât too sure we were in the right place. I looked at TripAdvisor to double check and we were. We ordered the Tots covered in pulled pork and cheese and the grilled chicken sandwich with crab and artichoke dip (I cant remember what either dish was called on the menu). The portions are HUGE, and the food was amazing! My husband and I split the 2 dishes and had lots of leftovers! The place is totally unassuming, but definitely worth a visit if you are in Fellâs Point!
4 based on 290 reviews
Change of hours due to volume of business
Made the couple block journey off the beaten path to try this restaurant and was pleased we did. Upon arrival for lunch we were the only ones there besides one guy at the bar. Worried us a bit but we went ahead. Small place with a quaint atmosphere.Server was friendly and quick.The crab cakes were delish and the pasta salad was a good side to have with. The only thing different had at our table was a meatball sub and my son said it was pretty tasty as well.Definitely make the stop!
4 based on 233 reviews
A modern industrial take on a Prohibition- era speakeasy. A place where you would sneak a bourbon, craft beer and gourmet comfort food meal if Prohibition were still the law of the land today.
This crew loves unique.. and some drinks.. Dry 85 has that on deck! The beer flights are always a hit with my crowd, and this didnât disappoint.. Try the Adroit Theory Margarita.. Really different.. We also tried a drink from their extensive menu.. âThe Root of All Evilâ Delicious! Iâve seen some mixed reviews here on the food.. Now, this is a whiskey bar with amazing drink selections.. but the food is solid.. wings are average, not very crispy, but thatâs a preference. The charcuterie selection is delish, and the Brussels.. well, those are next level. Iâm a sucker for a well prepared Brussels selection.. they do a cool Brussels of the day.. today, was a Buffalo and Blue Cheese selection. Yummy! Burgers were solid, not great, but very good. Our waitress, didnât give her name, but she was excellent. Very friendly, knowledgeable and guided ya through the experience! Pricing is good for the value!
4 based on 267 reviews
Thanks to all the tripadvisor reviews we ended up going down to Baltimore for one night from Hershey, PA. Our quest was for the best crab cake and our mission was accomplished.Location is outside of Baltimore close to Morgan State in a little neighborhood corner bar. I love corner bars so it was right up my alley. Parking was hard to find - FYI.Now my wife and I lived in Delaware for a few years and would drive down to the Inner Harbor a few times a month. Love the Italian area and Fell's point. Have been eating Maryland Crabs and Crab Cakes for over 20 years. Used to go to Obrickys (??) before they closed down around 10 years ago, maybe more? Anyway, Koco's crab cakes are the best hand's down we have ever had. They are an 11 ounce softball size ball of 95% crab meat with 5% breaded filler to hold them together. Now they are expensive until you put into perspective:1 - they are huge and one crab cake is enough for two people. That said I would never share mine :)2- some things are worth and these are! My wife made a very good point when we were debating to order 6 to take home! She said you know you pay $25 for a lobster roll on a small hot dog bun and little lobster meat, so true. Plus we like Crab better then Lobster anyway. We were going to give two crab cakes to our neighbors across the street and two to the neighbors right next to use becuase we all have dinner/drinks at each others houses routinely. We ended up only saving 2 and when we had them over that week we just served the two as an appetizer. They could not believe how good they are.I will never go back to Baltimore again without a first stop to Koco's. In fact, I might look for a Marriott (my go to hotel chain) as close to Koco's as possible and go there both days and maybe go to the inner harbor :)
4 based on 2030 reviews
I went with four other family members for lunch on a Friday. It was very pleasant - wonderful food, good service - if I am in Baltimore again, would certainly go back.
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