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About Glyndon Grill
From the owners of Barrett's Grill at the Hunt Valley Towne Centre, Glyndon Grill will operate with a different menu and chef than Barrett's but will also focus on in-house, made-from-scratch preparations.
Glyndon, MD 21071
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:00pm; Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am - 3:00pm;
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm, Friday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm, Saturday: 3:00pm - 11:00pm, Sunday: 3:00pm - 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Glyndon Grill Ratings and Reviews
Glyndon Grill is one of those restaurant that provides light fare as well as entrees. I had ordered soup and sandwich that were very good while my husband had a complete entree and enjoyed it as well. Our service was very good that night, but sometimes depends on your server. Overall a comfortable place to go.
It was a lovely Thursday evening whence we enjoyed Burger Night. The location of our table was perfect for us in order to conduct an informal opera meeting. Although the service was a little spotty, we appreciated not being rushed. This is a neighborhood gem. Thanks!
I eat at the Glyndon Grill fairly often and am usually satisfied with my meal. I was very disappointed with my dinner on Saturdaynight. I ordered the fish special that came with a couple of shrimp. It was so over cooked that I had to cut the fish and the shrimp with a knife. I mentioned something to the server who offered to get me a new serving but, I was with 2 other people and I did not want them to wait for me while I got another dinner and finished after them. Who cuts what was supposed to be a white, flaky fish with a knife?
Always a great go-to location. Varied, tasty menu. Great deserts and drinks. Never been disappointed. This night our young server knew nothing about beer. It was cute, she didn't even know the term "domestic." That was worth a laugh, but she took good care of us. We enjoyed a fun evening. (Don't miss the Onion Strings, delicious with almost anything on the menu.)
Located in Glydon, a little cute town north of Baltimore in a strip shopping center, this a nice looking restaurant with a lot of pictures of the town in bygone eras. The restaurant has a good ambiance. The hostess and wait staff are friendly and professional but the food did not live up to what one would expect.
I had the "Glyndon Salad with strips of chicken". It was a tasty salad with a good amount of strips of chicken, tomatoes and feta cheese. My two friends had hamburgers,one a cheese burger. It was served with a nice mound of shoestring fries. The burgers were big and looked tasty but were not hot. At best they were lukewarm. The fries were cold. Told about the cold fries, the waitress apologized and brought a bowl of replacement fries. Unfortunately,they were just warm, not hot. I would say the kitchen was not at the top of their game. This is unfortunate since this cute restaurant could and should be much better.
Making reservations during certain times are very very limited, and then when we go to the restaurant, even though we were not able to reserve on open table, there were many many available tables . Very disappointed in their process of limiting reservations. And, not able to make reservations occurred numerous times.
Will not be going back to glyndon grill any time soon .
The Glyndon Grill has good food; a fine atmosphere; a great wait staff; a nice place! I especially like the kale salad with chicken. It is not easy to find a good kale salad and the GG has one of the best.
We have always enjoyed dining here and will be returning often!
We dined on the last day of Restaurant week, so we ate more courses than we normally would have. The crab corn soup got rave reviews from the diner who ordered it. Salads were fresh but uninspired. The white balsamic dressing was delicious. Three diners ate crab cake and enjoyed them. One of us had the scallops and risotto which was delicious. Each dessert was deemed refreshing and yummy. Apple cobbler, chocolate mousse and mango sorbet w a few berries were all good.
I went to Barrett's durning last years restaurant week and fell in love with everything but the drive to get there. I have been back several times since then. When I found out that Glydon Grill was owned by the same people I was very excited since it was much closer. I was disappointed the food was not nearly as good as Barrett's, don't get me wrong the food was good, I just had high expectations. I also thought the quantity of food for the price was extremely high. I will continue the long drive to Barrett's.
Great food - and this was just the Restaurant week menu. Only negative was their playing music at a volume and it is for no one. No one listens to this stuff, it's just noise making people raise their voices to be heard and it is a distraction.
There were five of us for lunch yesterday. Two of us had been to the Glyndon Grill a number of times for both lunch and dinner. We had an unfortunate experience yesterday. Our soup was not hot and we sent it back. Three guests had hamburgers of some sort and two of us had pulled pork sandwiches. All of our sandwiches were only warm, not hot. We talked to the waiter and the manager. One lunch went back and the other people decided to go ahead and eat theirs. One pork sandwich had a large piece of fat in it. The manager was very concerned and helpful and did not charge any of us for our lunch. We did tip the waiter.
Not sure what happened here, maybe we had too high expectations. Food was ok, wife's steak overcooked, and the grilled vegetables were overcooked too. My crabcakes were just ok too much filler for the price. Drinks were good. Not sure I would go again, but maybe I would.
The food was delicious - All lump Crab Cakes , Moist White Cod Fish , Tender BBQ Spare Rib. Waiter was friendly, knowledgeable and attentive. No wait upon arrival and service was quick. Will definitely go back again. Very nice change from your everyday "Grills"
We did not have the best table as we were out in the open with waiters passing by to deliver meals, but it was not as disruptive as I had anticipated. The restaurant was busy but we were seated within a reasonable timeframe from the time of our reservation. The hostess and another waiter noticed we had not yet been greeted by our waiter and the hostess attended to getting us our beverages. However, once the waiter started to serve our table he was very attentive and professional. My husband enjoyed his entrée. My entrée was the fish of the day. It had been substantially over cooked and was dry and hard. The sauce and the shrimp on top were tasty. I did not finish the fish as it was too dry. I mentioned to the waiter to tell the chef not to cook the fish so much. The waiter advised that he was going to make accommodations and I was surprised that the entire cost of the entrée was removed from the check. I had not asked for this nor expected it, but found it to be very considerate and appropriate. I felt the restaurant truly cared whether their patrons enjoyed the food. I have attended group gatherings at the Glyndon Grill in the past and found the food and service to be very good. I will definitely return to this restaurant.
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