4.5 based on 99 reviews
This was recommended to us by friends. we went one time. food was horrible, there was a long wait and the service was terrible. We will not be returning.
4.5 based on 315 reviews
Serving Mediterranean tapas, homemade soups and organic gourmet salads, authentic gyros, Angus burgers and Mediterranean-inspired entrees featuring fresh fish, seafood, steaks and chops alongside local Baltimore favorites. Whatever your craving, our menu has something to satisfy it. We pride ourselves with excellent food and exceptional service. 7 West is casual fine dining in a modern, elegant setting that is both intimate and relaxing. Our thoughtfully priced dishes allow the entire family to share a night out together. We feature an unbeatable Happy Hour from 3pm-7pm with half price tapas as well as late night dining and the After Hours Lounge. We offer Brunch every Saturday and Sunday till 3pm. We are the perfect location for your holiday or private parties. Reservations are recommended.
We held our son and daughter-in-law's rehearsal dinner at 7West Bistro Grille in Towson, MD this past December. Boyko Tachkov (Managing Partner) and his staff provided a truly wonderful evening for our families and friends. Boyko helped plan a wonderful rehearsal dinner and took a personal interest in meeting our wishes for the dinner, atmosphere and many extras! Our guests thoroughly enjoyed their meals and serving was family style which allowed many to enjoy their favorites with second portions. If you're looking for an event venue, 7West Bistro is a great choice.
We will definitely visit again next time we are in Towson!
Lisa and Mike, Boalsburg, PA
4.5 based on 90 reviews
Mission BBQ had excellent service, great food and a very clean dining room and restroom. Add that up, plus it's commitment to veteran causes and it's a winner!
Very tasty "moist" brisket, pulled pork and sides at our table. The Mac & cheese was very good and the baked beans had delicious chunks of brisket in it - win/win! From what I saw any of the bbq options are solid - the pork, beef, and ribs all looked excellent. I will be back when I'm next in the area.
We were having a late dinner and I was able to catch part of the college football game after I finished the brisket. I enjoyed looking at the memorabilia on the walls and I'm very happy to support a business who is squarely behind our servicemen and women.
4.5 based on 125 reviews
Serving classic Persian cuisine, including kebobs with basmati rice and meat stews (khoresh) and Middle Eastern fusion dishes, including Paella and seafood, in a relaxed, elegant and tranquil atmosphere of Persian carpets, a running window fountain, and traditional Persian and French music. Local artists and musicians are regulars at our small restaurant, and business is brisk on Fridays and Saturdays at 7pm. We have been in business since 1988, and strive to offer our diners the best food and service for the best possible price.
How wonderful to find a Persian restaurant whose chef is willing to adapt recipes to accommodate my special low sodium/no salt dietary regimen. Since most dishes are made from scratch, the task was not so difficult yet yielded tasty cuisine with other appropriate spices and flavors. I was given many choices and opted for an appetizer of Haleem Bademjune that features eggplant and beans with pita triangles. It was topped with a yogurt center and was more than enough for the three diners at our table. Other diners ordered and enjoyed the Mango Pear salad while I ordered a chicken dish that seemed to melt in my mouth in a sweet pomegranate sauce. Thought I was ordering the garlic eggplant sauce but another version was presented and the taste was divine so I ate most of it. The traditional rice was beautiful and plentiful though perhaps I should have asked for the crispy bottom, a real delicacy as I recall from my experience in Tehran and in the kitchen of Persian friends. Would love to return though it is quite a trek from my home in Bethesda. Nonetheless, should I be in Towson, it will be worth a second visit for sure. You have to know where it is because this strip shopping center is hidden off the main road.
4.5 based on 92 reviews
Went on Friday night, and it was mobbed. We had reservations, so were promptly seated. Unfortunately our table was directly near the welcome desk and door. The perils of a full restaurant.
Anyway, the crab soup and crab cakes were up to the usual standards. Fries were cold, likely due to the craziness. Service was pleasant, if hurried. They did about as good a job as possible with such a packed night. That table needs to go though. We were regularly bumped, and there was a cold draft and cigarette smoke when the door was opened (which was often).
4 based on 149 reviews
"McFaul's" provides an Irish undertone and a subtle insight into the atmosphere and cuisine we will provide. "IRONHORSE" was a term used by Native Americans to describe locomotives and will emphasize the Ma & Pa Railroad heritage. "IRONHORSE" is also a reference to Maryland's sports legends; dedicated men who worked hard and gave all that they had for the success of our local teams. These iron horses include Johnny Unitas, Art Donavan, Bill Pellington, Brook Robinson, Cal Ripken, Eddie Murray and Ernie Tyler. The word "Tavern" fits the setting quite well and describes a comfortable place with time-honored recipes, friendly service and a unique selection of spirits. The decor throughout the entire restaurant is of Irish and Old English influence. Unique themes and motifs are used in each designated area. The first, or front, dining room has a fireplace and serves as a tribute to Baltimore County and the location's rich past. Vintage pictures and interesting local art provide a bit of history and traditional warmth for our main IRONHORSE dining room. The second, or side, dining room will is named the "Baltimore" room. This area showcases photographs by Aubrey Bodine, Baltimore's famous pictorialist. It will also serve as our "Media" and "Event" room. The Baltimore room can be rented for corporate meetings and wedding rehearsal dinners. This area naturally flows into the deck area and when combined with our deck bar, will serve as a great place to have a "private" event. The third, or back, dining area is called the the Loch "Raven" Room. This bar area has an adequate dining space as well as a eighteen person bar that houses four large HD televisions. This room specifically showcases Loch Raven history and the Baltimore Ravens. The Loch "Raven" Bar has autographed Ravens photos and unique memorabilia that makes it the best place to watch Baltimore's favorite pastime. The outside deck area, when weather permits, is primarily used for outdoor dining. It can be used as a secondary bar and as an optional "private" bar area for events and rental parties. All of these rooms tie into each other and juxtaposed accordingly showcase Maryland's rich history as well as the location's unique attributes. I feel McFaul's IRONHORSE Tavern at Sander's Corner will become a place to relax and enjoy great food and spirits."
Peaches, and strawberries, and walnuts Oh my!!!! Ordered the summer salad, and it was happiness in a bowl! Everything was fresh and crisp. The service was fantastic as well- I generally sit at the bar. The bar staff is really attentive, are quick with their service, and are always friendly.
I was solo this trip, but met some nice locals that made the experience even better. That generally seems to be the case at this hidden gem.
My reviews almost always have one thing- a bathroom review. The restroom was a little small but, more importantly was clean and smelled fresh!!!
4.5 based on 189 reviews
We met friends here for dinner last night. Upon arrival, we waited quite some time before the two gals at the hostess stand turned around and noticed us. Our table was in a corner and we were jammed up against another table. There were 4 of us with enough room for 2 - there was no room on the table with the bread plates, bread basket, etc. Our waitress seemed attentive at first. Then, she would disappear at crucial times. She forgot to bring one of our drinks. We had finished our meal and were ready for a check, but she was no where to be seen. When she finally showed up, she said "Oh, sorry - I know I was gone for a second." Between feeling crowded and waiting on our server, it wasn't the most pleasant experience. We probably would have ordered dessert & coffee, but were beyond that by the time she came back to check on us. The food itself is very good - We had the brussel sprouts appetizer, which is truly to die for. The pasta of the day was excellent. It appears, though, that all of the staff are college kids & their laid back attitude doesn't lend itself to a fine dining experience.
4.5 based on 108 reviews
Went for dinner and had the Pad Thai, Drunken Noodle and Mee Krob Lad Na all with shrimp. Also had the Happy Tofu and Fried Corn Fritters for appetizers. The vegetables were very fresh and the meals were excellent with very generous portions. The service was very friendly and we really enjoyed the live music duo that was playing. We will definitely return to try other items on the menu.
4 based on 84 reviews
The Bowman has been a staple in the Baltimore area for over 30 years. Known for their crab cakes, which were called "the best in Baltimore" by Baltimore Magazine, The Bowman also boasts a substantial menu, certain to please the pickiest "foodie". The property has recently renovated the bar and adjacent seating area to bring the look of the space up-to-date. The area is now brighter and has 5 large televisions for patrons to watch sporting events, while enjoying food and drink specials. This area serves lite fare in addition to dinner entrees, and opens at 11AM.In the evenings, typically starting at 9PM, the bar hosts karaoke or live entertainment. Keno is available too. Check The Bowman's entertainment schedule on their website for details. If customers prefer a quieter ambiance, there is another dining room that opens at 4PM and is considered more upscale with table cloths Lite fare is not available in the main dining room; however, there are daily specials.COMEDY CLUB: Downstairs from The Bowman Restaurant is Sully's Comedy Cellar, which has shows both Fridays and Saturdays. Sully's features comics from HBO, Comedy Central, BET's ComicView, Leno and others. With the comedy club just downstairs from The Bowman, customers can enjoy dinner and a show in one location!The Bowman can seat large parties and has separate banquet rooms if required.There is plenty of FREE parking. The Bowman is a completely non-smoking establishment.
My wife and I stopped here to check out their happy hour. We were immediately greeted by Chastity. The beer prices were very affordable, but it was the appetizers and Chastitys personality and service that won us over! We had wings which were crispy and...MoreThank you so much for your very kind review. We do hope that you will come back and see us again very soon! Cheers!
4.5 based on 199 reviews
Local friends knew we'd need reservations: lucky, it would not have been possible otherwise: Small loud friendly neighborhood corner bar; bustling people all happy to be there.... still had a short wait then seated.... No unnecessary pretentions -- paper plates were okay. Ordered beer & crab cake platter (we got large lumpy cakes with little detectable filler & a poke of French fries & plastic ramekin of good Cole slaw). Wary about low-end facilities: what does that say about the kitchen? But food (crab cake was terrific, accessories good.) This is my new high mark / standard of excellence for a favorite food.
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