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About Out of the Fire
Out of the Fire is committed to the investment in socially and environmentally minded pursuits. Doing good while doing well is fundamental to our work, and is manifested in our dedication to create food and an environment that supports our mission.
*We cater to most food allergies.
*Gluten Free options are available. We do not create these items in a designated gluten free kitchen.
*All menus seen online are subject to change.
Easton, MD 21601
Fusion / Eclectic, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Tuesday - Saturday: 11:30am - 2:00pm; Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Washington and Harrison
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Street parking on Goldsborough, Washington and Harrison Streets. Public parking lots on Harrison Street
Bar Dining, Counter Seating, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Non-Smoking, Takeout, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Out of the Fire Ratings and Reviews
We went to Out of the Fire on a Friday afternoon for a friend’s 60th birthday celebration. Loved the ambience especially the original oil pastel artwork and the lounge seating area by the bar. The curtain at the front reception area is a great (and thoughtful) idea functions by as an awesome wind block in chilly weather. The food was delicious. We enjoyed both the Bianca and margarita pizza as well as the Thai green curry turkey burger that came with an awesome chutney. A terrific spot for a great lunch with truly special friends.
Greeted and seated immediately. Attentive wait staff to take our beverage order and share specials. Enjoyed one of the featured wood grilled pizzas and Caesar salad. Excellent portion size and food quality. Nice wine selection as well. We loved it and will return.
We were celebrating a birthday & anniversary with friends. We all commented how much we enjoyed the dinner. Not our first visit, but for some reason the scallops and mussels hit the spot.
The chocolate mousse dessert was delish along with the pistachio cake.
Let’s not forget the sangria too!
Out of the Fire is one of the best restaurants on the eastern shore. Amy Haines, owner and host holds court every night greeting her guests and visiting tables throughout the evening. It is an unfussy, warm, inviting Restaurant with great food. The chef is very creative and the ingredients are always fresh and well sourced from local farms. There is an ever changing display of artwork on the walls. Last night my husband had lamb pappardelle that was delicious. The pasta tasted home made and sauce was terrific. I had trout with a delicious cabbage bacon sauté . One of our guests had an interesting curry. It was a delicious and delightful evening!
This is a must place to eat and drink! The ambiance is warm and eclectic. The service is impeccable, and the hostess always greets you with a smile. The food is exquisitely presented and so unique and creative. We love the organic spirits and cuisine. The dishes are farm to table and seasonal. I love everything about this restaurant!
We always enjoy eating at Out of the Fire and consider ourselves regulars. The food is delicious with "large enough" portions but not overly so. The wait staff is seasoned -we have always gotten great service. One of our favorite things to do there is order the Mezze platter as soon as we sit down, because it takes a while to prepare and it's very pleasant to share over a glass of wine while waiting for the rest of the meal to arrive. The pita is available gluten free as is the pizza-even though we don't have gluten allergies we usually order the gluten free option because it's so delicious.
Despite the distance from home, Out of the Fire has become one of our favorites. Among other things, their wood-fired, gluten free pizza is the best we've ever had. And, we continue to be impressed by the wine list. And, worth noting, this visit was on a night when winter storm warnings were in effect. But the gloomy forecast - reason for several restaurants to close early -
had no impact on the service or the food.
Wonderful meal every time we cone here! The staff is excellent and knowledgeable of their menu and drink menu... Much appreciated the great wine suggestions! It is easy to take all friends and family here because there is something for everyone, our vegetarian friends, our organic farmer, our meat lovers and also those with interest in trying something new. The owner, Amy, card about her products, and serving her customers well. We return often because of this consistently high quality dinner.
We live in DC but Out of the Fire is our favorite pizza place! The specials are inventive and amazing. We get to Easton about once a year and never fail to stop in. Once we drove friends out from DC to show them around St. Michael's and Easton for a day and made sure to conclude our visit with dinner at Out of the Fire -- a hit!
Out of the Fire is special for its interesting food flavors that are healthy and delicious. The service is excellent patrons are treated as if they are in the home of Amy Haines the owner who is usually there augmenting the wait staff and ensuring that you have a great experience.
Liked the place - bustling for lunch before Christmas. Was disappointed the turkey panini was lunch meat rather than turkey breast for $13. Also disappointed no Bloody Mary, but Perseco was nice. My friends enjoyed their quiche. Liked the place but it is a bit pricey for the quality of food. I mean grilled cheese $13??
Food was good. Ambiance is unimpressive. They are trying to make ambiance better with art and drape that separate door from dining area but the space is not interesting.
I don't think the value is good. We (two of us) spent $100. I had one beer and two apps. My hubby had 1.5 pint of beer, an app and an entree. I think $100 is a bit steep for a bistro for what we had.
My husband had the green curry and I had the scallops, both dishes were a culinary experience! Lots of flavors and absolutely delicious. Next time we are going to ask to sit in the back, maybe by the kitchen or in the wingback chairs. We loved how friendly staff was and quiet the restaurant was.
As usual, the menu was interesting with variations on common themes. I had a spicy brussels sprouts dish as an appetizer and an unusual though excellent seafood stew as my entree. Amy, as always, was warm and welcoming. The only disappointment was the new blue paint on the walls which seemed too cool for an "out of the fire" ambience. Please bring back those warm Tuscan colors that made the restaurant feel so cozy, enveloping and sparked conversation as well as appetite.
There were three of us and the consensus was - we will be back again most definitely!.
The uniqueness of the various foods defined our wonderful experience. From the martinis the two ladies had, and the Sauvignon blanc I ordered, to the Smoked potatoes and the Meze appetizers, to the mussels and the Seafood Stew entrees....All of which we found tastefully enjoyable.
Our sever was knowledgeable, helpful and happily engaging. We give Any many kudos for her choice of chefs and their menu.
See you soon,
Sherry, Patricia and Nathan
Very good food and great service. The green curry with pork and duck was outstanding . Just the right amount of spice and heat.
The lazanya was good but not great. The down side was the wine list which was largely unknown wines and their special selections all priced too high.
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