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Maggie's: a Carroll County tradition of hospitality and great food for over 36 years. Our Chef Clint Lindemere and his seasoned kitchen staff have consistently provided unique combinations of ecclectic fare, from simple pub snacks to the most sophisticated entree. His classic French style of preperation requires the time-tested standard of scratch cooking. Soups to sauces to desserts - all are prepared fresh in Maggie's kitchen daily. Not just great food but a pub of distinction. "A GREAT PLACE TO RELAX, MEET FRIENDS, DINE, AND UNWIND".
WE DO NOT RESERVE OUTSIDE SEATING. THAT IS DONE ON A FIRST COME FIRST SERVE BASIS.
Westminster, MD 21157
Contemporary American, Fusion / Eclectic
Hours of Operation:
Daily: 11:00am - 5:00pm
Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
LIve music every Saturday evening from 9:30 PM until 12:30 AM
Free parking on a paved and lighted lot next to and in back of restaurant.
Private Party Facilities:
Parties of 25 to 40 in the Ivan Gamber Room and parties fro 40 to 70 in the Kelly Ann Room. Also available for seminars etc.
Private Party Contact:
Jim Breuer: (410) 848-1441
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Entertainment, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Takeout, Wheelchair Access
Maggie's Ratings and Reviews
Met with friends for Sunday breakfast. They had just opened so it was quiet with a warm and charming atmosphere. Food was good and nicely presented. First time I ever had quiche that was more like an egg custard but it was very tasty. Maggie’s has been around for a long time and is always consistent with food quality. Makes a nice country drive if you are not close by!
We have been going here for special occasions for years. Always a good experience. This time was for my wife's birthday and I should have called the restaurant directly to make the reservation. Made the reservation for 6:30 (confirmed) through OpenTable and when we arrived at 6:30 were told that the restaurant had it down as 6:00 and it had expired. We had to wait for some of our party anyway, so it was not an issue, but troubling nonetheless. Bottom line - good food and good service as usual once we were all seated.
Met with friends/family for an out-of-town occasion and although the food was plentiful and tasted good it was very expensive. My biggest complaint was the condition of the restaurant. The walls were scuffed and dirty. The outside door window was dirty and full of smudge/fingerprints. The decorations were gaudy and strewn around. With a little care and paint it could be a nice place to go for the price. I will not recommend.
Last minute get together with another couple and we decided to head to Maggies. Everyone really enjoyed their meals as I had the Chicken Champagne and would recommend it. Meals were moderately priced and service was really good overall. You can sit in the bar area and/or pick their dining area which I believe is separated in two different rooms. They have a good draft beer selection as I had a Dog Fish 60 minute IPA. Will definitely go back again as we all had a very favorable experience.
We decided to check out Maggie's during Restaurant Week as neither of us had been before and it sounded like a good deal. We made a reservation through Open Table and they were ready for us when we arrived. Our name was even on the table when we sat down. The room we were sat in was behind the bar area and had what looked like an old fireplace/cooking area, but it was covered with a table cloth and an Easter display. The room had a bit of an odor to it, but we couldn't place it and eventually it was gone (not sure if we got used to it or if it was one of the other restaurant patrons). Our server was nice and attentive. She kept us informed as to when we could expect the next course. RW was 4 courses for $30.17. I've been to a number of RW's in Baltimore and DC so the pricing seemed reasonable - especially for the number of courses and the food was pretty good, but I'm not sure it matched the cost of the meal. We started with the crab dip and reuben bite appetizers. The crab dip needed more seasoning, but the ruben bites were fantastic! For the salad course he had the ceasar and I had the house. They were fine, but neither of us finished them. For dinner, I had the crab cake and he had the chicken chesapeake. The crab cake was really good, but could have used a bit more seasoning. There was almost zero filler though which was amazing. The chicken chesapeake was delicious. Sides were roasted potatoes and a zucchini and pepper medley. They were decent, but nothing special. For dessert, we both got the Turtle Pie. It was very rich, but not all that good. The layers fell apart and just didn't seem to compliment each other very well. Would we go back? Sure. Would we go back soon? Probably not.
Food was excellent. Both of us had crab cakes. Mine was the double crab cake dinner. The crab cakes were excellent with jumbo lump meat, broiled and lightly seasoned. The chardonnay that was recommended was very good and matched well with the dinner. Hers was the crab imperial chicken dinner. She said the sauce was excellent as well as the crab cake. We will be returning to try out the menu from time to time. Definitely worth going back.
Overall, the food and service was very good. However, upon leaving, the entrance way was dark and the step just outside of the exit door was not marked or well lit. I fell hard as I exited the restaurant. A waitress came out, along with my dining companions, but the manager never did. I provided my name and number for him to call me; he never did. I am in my mid-fifties and this was a very bad fall. I ended up with bruising in multiple places and, after 3 days, am still suffering from shoulder and lower back pain. I will be fine, but the fact that this manager didn't even bother to address me is disheartening. They should have better lighting and/or at least a yellow strip on the step or a sign indicating there is a step.
Diverse menu which offers something for everyone. Prompt, friendly, and attentive service. Impressive list of specials. Draft beer list was diverse; not overwhelming but well rounded. Desserts were solid and good variety was offered. Can't wait to go there for live music in the bar. A date night to remember.
Overall good. The steak was very dry for medium rare. It tasted like it was cooked in a pan. The burger my son got was totally burnt and he didn't tell us until we got home or we would have returned it. A little high price for a bacon cheeseburger. The mashed potatoes were the best.
The food was authentic Irish Pub food very good at a reasonable price . Had a reservation and I will complain about the awful table last table upstairs in the back next to the service bar was not happy about that asked for a different reputable they would not budge abviously the best place to sit is downstairs around the bar area . One other thing I was stilll eating and the waitress went o yake my plate when it was half full annoying
Six cousins met there for our traditional "day after Thanksgiving" lunch and the food was great. Three of us had crabcakes, one had the bison burger, one had a shrimp dish and one had a chicken sandwich. No complaints at all, and our waitress couldn't have been more attentive.
The service was good. The best thing that was ordered was the Maryland crab soup, that was delicious. The ceasar salad with tandori shrimp was the worst I ever had. The lettuce was so wet that the dressing was unrecognizable and tasteless. It came with 4 curled up, dried up shrimp. My date got a spinach salad that was so small in was enough to feed a child. Not a good value at all. And it was very cold inside the restaurant.
We met family there for a birthday luncheon. The food was great and the choices were many. I especially thought the coffee was excellent. Part of our party arrived early and were seated and treated very well until the rest of the group came. Will happily go there again.
Maggie's had plenty of parking . Our reservation was for a party. Everything was prepared and waiting when we arrived. The service might have been better , in all fairness they were training someone new. Food was tasty and served hot. Crab cakes were good. Desserts looked decadent but we were too full to order them. I would recommend trying them.
We were visiting friends in Westminster and they suggested Maggie’s for dinner. Our party of 5 were greeted and seated immediately. They honored my request for a quiet table and seated us directly in front of the fireplace. The restaurant was nicely decorated for the Halloween/Fall season which made for a very cozy feel. Our server, Grace, came over right away. She was friendly and attentive. We ordered two bottles of wine. We each ordered something different. My husband enjoyed the cream of crab soup (which would have been better with a little sherry on the side) and the Tournedos Dijonnaise (a single 4oz tenderloin filet, pan sautéed, served in a sherry wine sauce, laced with Dijon mustard), served with garlic mashed potatoes and mixed vegetables. I had the Shrimp Salad & Bacon Wrap with a side salad. Unfortunately, the wrap was mostly lettuce and tomato and very little shrimp salad and bacon. The others had the Bison burgers and a bacon Cheeseburger, which they declared delicious. To finish the meal, we shared two desserts – a coconut cake and a turtle pie. The cake was very fresh and yummy. The turtle pie was very hard and tasted stale. All in all, we had a nice time together.
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