Find out what Grill restaurants to try in Mount Airy. Mount Airy is a town located in Carroll and Frederick counties in the U.S. state of Maryland. It is part of both the Washington Metropolitan Area and Baltimore Metropolitan Area. As of the 2010 census the population was 9,288.
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3 based on 101 reviews
Happily serving up breakfast (any time), brick oven pizza, & craft beer on 12 rotating taps. Book your event with us in the upstairs private room & we'll gladly help you plan everything. With a warm fireplace to cozy up to in the winter, and welcoming sta
Way to much very good food for the price. The Amazing French Toast was aptly named! Though we did not partake they do have Mimosa's and Bloody Mary's. The Omelette was perfectly fluffy. Coffee my only complaint! ask for a fresh pot!! Thank you very much for taking the time to leave us a review, Lauren. Great to hear you enjoyed your meals! We appreciate the feedback and will make efforts to make sure the coffee is fresher in the future. Hope to serve you again soon.
3 based on 36 reviews
Since Memories Charcoal House opened April 12th 1994, our policy has been to provide the community and our regulars with great food, good times, and to be casually entertaining. On January 1st 2009, two of Memories long-time employees, Andrea Stup and Jon
The restaurant is nearly hidden as the parking lot isn't user friendly for patrons. They have a busy noisy bar on one side and a nondescript restaurant with a few tables and a place to pick up carry out. We ordered drinks and in looking at the menu, there seems to be more seafood than other selections but they did offer ribs. The first time I came, I ordered the ribs with chicken with a salad and baked potato. My husband ordered the crab macaroni and cheese. Lately, I've been going to BBQ places for ribs they just never seem to get it right on how long to slow cook them or they come out burned.....BUT I was surprised. The meat was slow-cooked to perfection and falling off the bone. The seasoning and sauce enhanced the ribs instead of cloaking their flavor. The chicken breast was a little sad as it was obviously frozen and compact more for use on a sandwich. It would have been wonderful to see a real piece of breast with bones!The second time I came I ordered the ribs again to make sure I wasn't dreaming my experience. But again, they came out as beautiful as they did the first time. With this meal I did order coleslaw and it came to the table warm. I let the waitress know because I just didn't want to get sick. The second batch came out cold but carrots were browning and it just tasted a little flat to me. Adding vinegar would have brightened the flavor. Fries were good, too. My husband had the crab macaroni and cheese. We both brought home our leftovers to enjoy all over again.
We decided to give this restaurant a try since it was a late entry in the Carroll County Restaurant Week promotion. The restaurant is in the Links at Challedon golf course's club house and is open to the public.It is a casual dining experience with an excellent view of the golf course. There is outside seating on a large patio as well. There is a small, full-service bar inside the restaurant.The restaurant-week menu allowed you to select an appetizer, main course and dessert for one price. The selections were quite good. I had the cream of crab soup, salmon with rice and asparagus, and cheesecake. My wife had the beet and goat cheese salad, salmon, and chocolate cake. All parts of our meals were very good and prepared just right. Our server was friendly and attentive and service was prompt.Our decision to try this out was worth the visit.
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