Went for our 10th anniversary and had a really nice meal. The service was super fast and friendly and the food was very good. I had the Southwest Chicken Salad which was fantastic and my wife had the crab mac and cheese which she said was good. Great beer selection.
I recommend and we will go back because I want to try the rib eye steak.
Food was Excellent!! Crab dip was Great!
The food was fair, but the service was inconsistent. We were delivered the wrong food and I had to ask for my ice tea three times. Very noisy when we dined. Go off hours for less noise and ask to sit away from where the dishes are stacked.
Food was disappointing. Got the house speciality, Chesapeake Chicken, and it was dry and tasteless. Crab stuffing was good though. Crab dip good, too.
It was VERY busy and there was a 90 minute wait. Using open table, I was able to move our reservation 15 minutes later (traffic was heavy) with a simple phone call to Pratt St. When we arrived, we spoke with the host and she had us seated immediately. Completely bypassed a 90+ minute wait. The table was waiting for us.
The crab dip was awesome with two loaves of toast. The burger with the crab cake on it was done perfectly medium-rare. The beer selection is excellent as well.
It was a pretty lively atmosphere with noise getting ALMOST too loud, but it was a very busy night and many people (ourselves included) were heading to Amy Schumer's show. Didn't detract from my experience in the least. Definitely will be going back and definitely using OpenTable.
Brian D. Sawyer
We went before Amy Schumer at the Arena and the place was packed. The building is great. Great attentive service but the food made Baltimore look bad to us New Yorkers. The crab macaroni and cheese was really salty. The chowder was ok. The only thing we really liked was the potato cake that came with the spongy shrimp. Food felt very microwaved. They really could do better. Sorry
All the staff were extremely friendly and welcoming. The service was quick. The food was very good. We ordered sandwiches which came with fries.
We were there for a business lunch (7 total) and they seated us upstairs with 2 very loud farewell parties. We could hardly hear each other talk. The waitress was pleasant and punctual. Food was typical bar food, way over priced, however the beer/ drink menu was outstanding.
We were seated on time, however, the service was a bit slow. In all, our group was pleased with the dinner.
We really enjoyed our dinner at Pratt Street Ale House. We were in Baltimore on a vacation, and the restaurant was in walking distance from our hotel. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. We asked for some changes to dishes that were on their menu. They were happy to do them and our meals were delicious!
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