Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Towson. Towson (/ˈtaʊsən/) is an unincorporated community and a census-designated place in Baltimore County, Maryland. The population was 55,197 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat, and the second-most populated unincorporated county seat in the United States (after Ellicott City, the seat in nearby Howard County, southwest of Baltimore).
Things to do in Towson
3 based on 46 reviews
We stopped in for lunch on a recent Saturday. It was very busy but we were seated within minutes. I was in the mood for a hamburger, and it arrived tasty and a good size. I only ate half of it there and brought the rest home. Cooked exactly as I wanted. Hubby got a platter of chicken tenders, ribs and more. He brought most of it home and had it for dinner. Large portions, you are getting a lot of food for your money. Our server was pleasant if a tad forgetful, but no real problems there. we had not been to Glory Days in several years, but we will be back before long.
4 based on 11 reviews
Craft beer selection was incredible and they had 6 taps that were $3 pints. Incredible. The owner George greeted us and told us stories about his trip to Scotland. We ordered the cheese plate and burgers. All reasonably prices and good quality. Our check was very reasonable! Tip: theres free parking in the back! See you guys again soon!!
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 :)
3 based on 38 reviews
Razorbacks is a staple for wings and ribs in Towson but we were surprised how empty it was on a Sunday night. Maybe that's why the service and kitchen was so slow... But the food is good and the wings are great. With the closing of Famous Dave's in the area, we may be heading to Razorbacks more often, but only if they fix the service. Who has time for that in today's world?
3 based on 56 reviews
The culinary offer, the service and the environment itself from the picture summarized by my title of this review.However, it is the only restaurant that claims to be called the big service triangle between Loch Raven, Goucher Blv and Taylor st which has a density of over 5000 people.
C&R recently opened after a very long build out on the first floor of the Towson Commons building. The place is light and airy with a C&W motif. There are a lot of tables and a very long bar, with lighting that changes color. The bar mainly plays current country (think 'The Highway' from Sirius/XM). While I liked the music selection, there were some minor issues with the volume (too loud). The staff said they had been working on the issue, and the music volume did decrease to a reasonable level.My wife and I entered about 11:30am on a Thursday. After being shown to our table, we were greeted quickly, and also got our soft drinks very quickly. There are a lot of options. My wife decided on the prime rib sliders. Her plate had three sliders with a good amount of meat, but they were a little light on the cheese. I had the lemon chicken sandwich. My portion was a good size, but the chicken was pretty spicy. My order also came with a large side of fries, which were seasoned just a little, and were actually pretty good.Service from Mary Ann was fine. With tax and tip, lunch ran us $33, a little high, but fairly normal for the Towson area.As there are plenty of choices here, I plan on returning and trying something else.
3 based on 51 reviews
I had been here a few years ago and stopped by again. Service was good and our burgers were good also. I would have no problem stopping here again when I am in the area.
3 based on 51 reviews
CVP Towson stands out for its in-house parties, two levels with four bars, and great fundraisers. Raise your spirits and your altitude at Towsonâs original rooftop deck! Lunch, Dinner, Happy Hour & Brunch (Sat & Sun) and lots of TV's to watch your favorit
Stopped in for a quick bite and somes beers.Eclectic clientele.Solid selection of cold draft beers.Service: FriendlyParking: Sucks. Street metersBathrooms: College dive, but cleanFood: Decent pub foodWould recommend: Sure, if in the areaWould re-patronize: Nah.
4 based on 55 reviews
Tonight, we broke from tradition and ordered something different for us. My wife had the Blue Chicken, which was a large chicken breast with melted blue cheese crumbles, roasted red peppers, caramelized onions and portabella mushrooms with a side salad. She was in heaven. I decided to have a cheeseburger with cheddar cheese âno bun and a side salad. The Rec Room and their staff never disappoint. We thoroughly enjoyed our dinners.
4 based on 30 reviews
We went by on a Wednesday evening for dinner and to watch a hockey game. It was our first visit and we were very pleased. The atmosphere was very friendly and the service was excellent. Beer selection, as you would expect, was very good...lots of choices. The food was exceptional as well. We will definitely visit again in the future!
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