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Bluestone is a casual upscale restaurant featuring fresh fish & seafood. Bluestone also offers other meats such as Filets & Ribeyes. Desserts are baked fresh on-premise daily. Please call the restaurant directly for parties of 7 or larger. For a current menu, please visit the restaurant website.
Timonium, MD 21093
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Saturday: 11:30am - 4:00pm; Dinner: Sunday - Wednesday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Thursday - Saturday: 4:00pm - 12:00am
Business Park Drive
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Please call for details.
Private lot in front of restaurant.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Bluestone Ratings and Reviews
Very good experience. I eat there frequently and have always felt the seafood was the best in the area. This particular evening (2/10/18) two of us of the four ordered the rockfish entree. We felt it was a teeny bit overcooked but it was still very good. Everything else was perfect. Our waiter was very patient with us a/c we were talking when we first sat down and he stopped by a couple of times to take our order before we read the menu and made our selections. He was very professional (did not rush us) and very efficient.
Generally, our 6 person company seemed pleased with the food, though our focus was on discussion. Service was good. I ordered the short rib, and it came well-cooked and tender with tasty vegetable accoutrements . My one criticism was the sauce for the meat -- too sweet and syrupy. Closer to a desert sauce than a meat sauce. Better if an herbal flavor - maybe Rosemary-
than this sugary one. The cream of crab soup was fine, as usual.
The server took the credit card and the bill and did not reappear for about 20 minutes. I had to find someone to get her as she was no where around. Finally the manager arrived to tell me the server had “lost” the card somehow and they had 5 people looking for it. I was not happy. The manager said he would comp the dinner, which was very nice of him but did not solve my missing card. Finally another server came out with the card saying it had been in the folder in back of something and no one saw it. Losing a customer’s credit card is very careless and while the manager did apologize, the server never came back. We visit this restaurant frequently and have not had problems before so I do hope this incident was a one time thing and the server will be more careful in the future.
Met a friend for lunch and was surprised how crowded it was. As our excellent waiter, Chris, explained, it was restaurant week. Choices were good, and food was plentiful. Chris went out of his way to be accommodating, even to change an order for my friend after he had already put it in. I had the shrimp wrap and was only going to eat 1/2 of it, except it was so good, I managed to eat the whole thing. Nice size shrimp, decent tomatoes (especially for the winter), and tasty dressing.
From the Maitre D' right down to the busboy, the service was excellent; even accommodating my request for a different table than the one I was originally assigned for this special birthday with a special friend. The affordably priced 2 tiered, 2 course Restaurant Week menu was varied and imaginative while offering their traditional a la carte menu as well.
While this was not my first visit, it was my first Restaurant Week venue with Bluestone and it turned out to be a wonderful choice.
We were delighted to be seated on the porch – it is such a quiet spot to enjoy a leisurely lunch. My girlfriend and I were pleased with the extensive menu offered for Restaurant Week. Our server, Samantha, was a delight – attentive and friendly. We both enjoyed the Bluestone – a very crisp salad topped with warm brown sugar bacon, pecans, tomatoes dressed with mustard and honey dressing. Our main course was the Gulf Shrimp Tacos – 3 small tortillas loaded with fried shrimp topped with a tri-colored pepper salsa and served with a cilantro puree, mango mole and feta cheese on the side. Everything was so fresh and delicious. Thank you for participating in Restaurant Week.
Old co-workers get together. We all ordered from the Restaurant Week menu. It was really a good deal, two courses for $15.00. Everyone was pleased with their meals. Waitress was good, but busy with a lot of tables. We sat talking for a long time, and the staff did not hurry us along.
It was restaurant week but because it was Sunday at lunch time we didn't qualify. Four of us shared the calamari which was good. The cream of crab soup was not very good, not fine dining, that's for sure. The crab and spinach dip should have been better. The chips with it were excellent though.
My sister and I went here to celebrate my birthday last weekend. This was both of our first times at the restaurant. The decor and ambiance of the restaurant is nice. The level of service wasn't good; neither of the two servers checked on us during the meal to see if everything was satisfactory and/or if we needed anything additional (prior to receiving our dessert). I ordered the chicken dish (2 pieces of grilled chicken breast, with mashed potatoes and green beans); the chicken was pretty good and the side items were just okay. My sister order the veggie stir-fry which she stated was just okay.
Though we weren't completely satisfied with our first visit, we both stated that we probably would give it another try, based on the decor and the ambiance.
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