Cunningham's will not be offering any regular menu dining options on this day.
Cunningham’s is a seasonal American grille that blends the modern atmosphere of city dining with the rustic, smoky flavors of the countryside. Using a wood-fired grill and brick oven, we provide guests with dishes created from the freshest seasonal and local ingredients possible. We believe that an excellent dining experience is built on thoughtful, attentive service and sourcing product that are grown and crafted responsibly. Each of these aspects contributes to our mission of providing our guests with an unmatched dining experience. We hope that you will visit us soon!
Sunday - Monday 5pm - 9pm
Tuesday - Thursday: 5pm - 10pm
Friday - Saturday: 5pm - 11:00pm
Sunday: 5pm - 9pm
New Year's Eve Special Menus & Offers
Cunningham's is offering a spectacular Chef inspired 3 course meal for $75 on this special evening, as well as a fabulous wine pairing for $30 and Champagne toast at midnight. We look forward to having you celebrate with us!!!
Cunningham's will not be offering any regular menu dining options.
Monday, December 31, 2018
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Sun 5:00PM - 6:00PM
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Our server was a rock star. We had a table of 8 with 4 kids and she took care of every one of us like we were the only ones there. She had great recommendations on food and drinks and could not have been friendlier.
This was our first visit back to this restaurant after about a year and it is quite different than it was when it originally opened. The menus are much smaller now, including the drink menus. Prices were a bit high (we felt, at least) for what we had. Everything was cooked well though but portions were smaller than we remembered.
Food was good, but desert was skimpy. Will definitely go back.
Fried oysters were OK - good crispiness, but the slaw was basically flavorless, and did nothing for the subtle oysters. Chicken parmigiana was meh, with no side pasta, but the pork chop was excellent, the side order of parsnip and bacon hash a great flavor and textural accompaniment to the sweetly finished, tender chop. Creamed spinach also very good. Apple tart was mushy, with mediocre flavor, and the parmigiana crisp added nothing but salt.
The kitchen was having problems. The pizza oven was broken, they were unable to prepare a standard hamburger, and salads all used kale even though I saw Romaine lettuce in multiple groceries the same day. My steak was good but my wife’s crab cake was fried rather than broiled. I requested a wedge salad without bacon. I was brought one with bacon which I sent back for replacement. There was far too much blue cheese dressing on the salad which caused me GI problems later that night. At least the chocolate cake was good.
We had a very nice time at Cunningham’s. The food was excellent, it was not busy at all, and the service was really good. The waiter got the kids food they liked. The cake we ordered earlier was brought to the table and cut into pieces. It was absolutely beautiful and delicious!
Drinks, dinner, everything was on point.
We thoroughly enjoyed our evening.
The service was impeccable, the food was excellent. A neighborhood gem for sure!
While my wife and I have eaten at Cunningham's a number of times in the past, this was the least enjoyable of our experiences there. The food was satisfactory, but not much more than that. Our server was attentive but spoke quickly and with an indistinct voice that was difficult to understand, especially given the noise level. We had requested a quiet table, but were ushered to one next to a very noisy bar/cocktail area. When we asked if there were quieter tables in the rear dining area where we have dined before, we were told that there was a large party there that was quite noisy, so we took the table offered as being the best available under the circumstances. It is difficult to believe that the rear area could have been much noisier than where we were seated, however. The lighting and overall comfort of the table and seats were also much less desirable than the rear area. If and when we return, we will insist on better seating where we can at least carry on a conversation. Based on this experience, I would recommend this restaurant to others only with reservations.
I was not aware that Cunningham’s had downgraded their menu options and service. Great disappointment because I brought 5 Bishops there in an effort to treat them royally. The service provided by the waiter was mediocre, and at times, quite embarrassing when he was rubbing his nose just before placing our dinner before us. I could say more but I choose not to.
My wife and I had dinner there this past Sunday evening (11/25/18) and it was outstanding. Service and food were excellent!! I ordered the 20 ounce Rib Eye Steak and my wife ordered the Beef Tenderloins, which were both cooked to our perfection. We finished our meal by splitting a Chocolate Cake and then taking a piece to go. We would definitely recommend as a go to restaurant for Special Occasions.
The food at Cunningham's is worth the somewhat higher than average prices. The three of us ordered different entrees (beef, pork, and fish), and all were very good. The dessert we shared was excellent.
My expectations were exceeded having a dinner date here with my wife. We got the beef sirloin and pork chop dinners they were perfectly cooked
Birthday Dinner. Food was good, but our adorable waitress Amanda made the night. I would suggest that they offer a vegetarian option besides gnocchi. Or, having a variety of vegetable sides or a vegetable appetizer would be ideal. This place is a great Towson option with consistently good food. I think a few creative menu tweaks would make this restaurant more memorable and a “go to” place in Towson. We will definitely be back.
Cunninghams is the BEST. My beef tenderloin with whipped potatoes was awesome. My husband had the stuffed bake chicken with chicken sausage stuffing and he is still talking about it.
David was our waiter. We hope we get him again. Excellent.
I had the seared ahi with blanched spinach not the creamed version on the menu. My daughter had the crab cake, which is hard to eval in MD but they are really good. Service, wine list and ambiance set this place apart. In the winter months no one compares to their self parking garage a savior in inclement weather. Love this place on Thursday when it’s live jazz.
Great service- every dish, dessert, and cocktails were delicious! Can’t wait to return and try something else.
Tuedsay 6pm empty all 4 dining areas except for a twosome so where did they choose to seat us - 2 feet from them lol, fried oysters no flavor must have been locals and tiny , menu not same as advertised very limited no fish dish except fish stew, octopus chewy , side of spinach meager and bland , sauce w/ scallops tasted of ground sausage wtf w/ a seafood entree Doh ! not a place to spend $180 for two entrees, one app, one dessert, 1/2 price wine - Dessert looked like a apple poptart w/ a dollop of ice cream smaller that a golf ball - LOL - left hungry small portions of everything - never again very disappointed
Enjoyed all the fresh foods from the farm. Especially the compilation of ingredients that were surprisingly delicious. Who knew some of the combinations could go together and be so great!! Everything was well prepared, delicious and presented by the staff with exceptional service. We will definitely be back again!
Good quality Roseda Farms steak.
We ordered a bottle of wine & when we went to order a 2 nd bottle they were out of the wine. The manager came over but instead of offering us another bottle at the same price it was an up charge. Then they were out of some sides we ordered.
Always uncool when you are out of the special by 7:45 pm but the server made it better with some alternatives. The noise made it very difficult to hold any conversation.
Honestly food was above average and the decor was cool. This place really needs to up its service. It was lifeless and stale at best. We barely saw our waiter. The manager was helping out (not that busy) and didn’t take drinks appropriately. Someone asked for pepper and a grinder was brought to the table but not actually served. So weird. No one checked on us until right before the bill came. 9/10
Won’t be back.
We started with drinks in the bar and then dinner in the restaurant. Food and service were outstanding. Our server, Elizabeth, was attentive bu; did not rush the meal. She was excdllent at judging the timing of everything.
Service was excellent. The food from appetizers through desserts was very good.
The food was hit or miss. Some of the dishes were outstanding, while others were just okay.
Very nice evening with family! Great service! Great Food! Nice atmosphere!
Fantastic place. Super nice interior, food is refreshing and simply complex. Delicious appitizers, entrees and desserts. Service is very good. Will be back
Our evening at Cummingham's was very enjoyable, definitely recommend the specials nd the pork chop.
Amazing food & service, great prices fixe menu!
I have dined at Cunningham's on a number occasions. I brought a friend it was her first time and who is very particular about restaurants. She needs a gluten free diet while there was not a lot of choices our wait staff check with the kitchen staff to see what choices she did have. She said she was impressed.
It was a nice atmosphere with an eclectic feel. The crab cake was good -a little salty. Overall my friends ave i enjoyed ourselves and plan to come back again.
Jay, the Executive Chef, bounds around the restaurant with so much enthusiasm, you just want to hug him! He had just opened the private wine room for a young couple, then took a photo on their cell phone as he gave them a special key card. I asked the couple later about the scene , and they said it was their 3rd Anniversary. Awwwh. The young man told me how he had recently taken a cooking class with Jay and it sounded awesome (and a bargain for $35).
Our waitress Samantha, was very pleasant, and our appetizers, cornmeal encrusted oysters (my favorite),and Caesar salad, came out so quickly - great for me as I was starved. Oysters were perfectly crisp with a luscious soft center. Drinks and entrees were just as fast and delicious.
The whole experience was very warm and inviting. The wait staff was excellent ... very attentive, but not annoyingly so. Portions were perfect.
The food was very good, the waitress was attentive but could have told us more about the charcuterie plate & that the fish plate was presented as a stew.
The girls evening out is always great at Cunningham’s. It’s a little pricey, but overall great 👍🏼
Our server, though very attentive, sounded disappointed that we were just ordering entrees and not appetizers. She also seemed disappointed that I didn't want a second drink (I believe she asked three times). I had a proseco, and the glass was ridiculously awkward for drinking (Should a glass have to rest on my nose just to enjoy contents?) The ziti bolognese seemed very bland. Very. Bland. It tasted like sloppy joes over pasta, and the pasta tasted wet, wimpy and did not resemble ziti. At least not ziti that I've dined with previously. However, my wife really enjoyed her chicken parmesan. The bread, which I assumed was made in-house, felt almost refrigerator cold. The devil's in the details.
Having said that, we were a party of four and our server (we were all the way in the back area) gave us constant attention, and this was much appreciated.
Because there was a large concert crowd outside , our experience was not typical in any way. The menu was very abbreviated due to the nature of the crowd (college) but was still tempting and had good choices. Our server was a doll , and never was a more than a minute away.
Family birthday dinner for 6 of us. Food was excellent! Cocktails were very good. Our server was Courtney and she wonderful! Highly recommend Cunningham’s.