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We meant friends for a light casual dinner. The atmosphere is awesome and our waitress - excellent. The food was good but not over the top. I would recommend this place for drinks and lite fare, or dinner with family. We will be back! MoreOpenTable Diner -
From the valet parking to getting back in the car everything was absolutely wonderful. The lamb dish was the best I've ever had and I have tasted many at different locations. I felt like we were the only ones our waitor was attending too without being overly interruptive. Cozy romantic relaxing atmosphere and elegant furnishings. Keep doing what you do Cunningham's!!!😁👏 MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Time counts at BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse. Since our humble beginnings back in 1978, we’ve continued to refine our brewhouse experience to make BJ’s a place where you can make the most of any meal. We want BJ’s to be a place where the moment you leave is the moment you plan on coming back. We pride ourselves in our craft and attention to detail. Our guests come here for our award-winning handcrafted beer. They come here for the Southern California twist we’ve put on the Chicago-style deep dish pizza. And they come here for our Pizookies®, our world-renowned dessert. But above all we know people come here to make their good times better. So in many ways we haven’t just crafted a brand, but a mindset. And our guests are the reason for this. And it’s because of them we’re continually striving to make sure every moment they choose to spend with us counts. Welcome to BJ’s, a restaurant with a Brewhouse soul.More
La posta pizzeria and Italian kitchen is the result of the joint venture of two experienced restaurateurs, Charlie Priola and Arturo Ottaviano. The idea was to bring in Severna Park an authentic concept of Wood fire Neapolitan Pizza and an open kitchen with a simple but complete menu that would have make our customer feeling like they were in Italy.More
Permission to come aboard has been granted! Prepare for a bounty of good food and drink at Mutiny-Pirate Bar and Island Grille. Mutiny-Pirate Bar and Island Grille features a relaxing laid back atmosphere in which one can enjoy Caribbean barbecue and one of the largest selections of island rum in Maryland. The Bar and Grille offers fabulous foods, an ocean full of beverages and the friendliest crew on the high seas. Under the watchful eye of the Captain, there are plenty of good times and laughter as he steers the ship toward fair winds and the carefree life of a pirate. If ye be lookin for adventure, then come aboard. MUTINY awaits!More
SAME AS DOWNTOWN, BUT DIFFERENT!
Nacho Mama’s originally began over 24 years ago with a concept that quickly became a Baltimore
Our Founding Father, Patrick “Scunny” McCusker opened on a shoestring budget. He had a genuine
heart for the restaurant business and natural way of making people feel one of a kind.
Our proud story is simple to tell… “A Crazy Irishman Opens a Mexican Restaurant in a Polish
Neighborhood”… And the rest is history. We proudly continue this spirit year for year.
Nacho Mama’s is known for an atmosphere that represents an “All Things Baltimore” theme.
Ask us what is our favorite beer?
We’ll shout … Natty Boh, Hon!
Ask us about the football player that will be in our hearts forever?
Johnny U, Baby!
Ask us the best way to serve a Margarita?
In a Hubcap, of course!
Our food is always Tex-Mex with a Maryland twist, otherwise known as MD-Mex with jumbo size portions.
There is perhaps no better place from which to watch Fourth of July fireworks than Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, dotted with restaurants offering Maryland blue clams, doused in spicy Old Bay seasoning and ready for shucking (not to mention exceptional crab cakes and other local seafood.) An historic city known for its colonial architecture and music halls, Baltimore’s food scene draws on rich tradition with an innovative spin. Keep your eyes peeled for lake trout and scrapple (a brick of pork “scraps”—can be delicious grilled, but probably worth avoiding if you find it dubious), and explore posh Federal Hill and Harbor East for burgeoning restaurant scenes and nightlife.