Treat your mom to a special Mother’s Day at Rusty Scupper! On Sunday, May 13, Rusty Scupper will honor mom’s with a special brunch beginning at 9:30 AM (three seating available) and a special dinner menu featuring Rusty Scupper’s classic dishes. Reservations are required for brunch and dinner.
Sunday, May 13, 2018
A must if you are in the Inner Harbor area.
Everything was SO good, I will definitely be coming back. The price was well worth it
I am always pleased with Rusty Scupper’s food, drinks and ambience during Sunday Brunch.
My daughter and I love their Sunday brunch. It’s worth every penny. Always consistent on flavor and polite wait staff. Bring back the seafood Mac and cheese though.
I love the relaxed feel of the place. I definitely would return to try more dishes. I enjoyed the fresh bread. Enjoyed the Salmon, however, not so the veggies that was served with it. I had a wonderful night!!
Great food, great view and exceptional service. 5 stars!
Everything was Excellent, can’t wIt to go back!
For the price, I was expecting “wow”. I got ok. People who were seated after us were served before we were. The order was wrong. When we got the food it was just ok. At $50 a plate, my expectations were much higher. I don’t mind paying the price for “great”. My bill was $250 for 3 people. It just wasn’t worth it.
My dining experience was Impeccable. Our date night was just us two no kids. We was seated by the window. It was everything and more. Can not wait for our next date night however we will have the children with us to nice to keep to ourselves.
The crab cakes are excellent, shrimp cocktail and spicy yellowfin tuna awesome, and delicious desserts! The waitstaff has been excellent both times we have visited (from out of state). The view of the harbor is spectacular.
Loved our dining experience at Rusty Scupper. The view was spectacular! Delicious crabcake and salmon lunches. Rebecca, our server was exceptional with great suggestions and not intrusive.
We will definetely choose Rusty Scupper again. Thank you!
Something that was very disrespectful is that all the servers are placing the plates full of food on the piano while the blind pianist is playing. I'm not sure if they will do the same if the pianist can see.
The food was good but it took way too long. People that sit down later than us have their food served at least 30 minutes before us. And it was the exact same food.
A nice Inner Harbor spot! My girlfriend was visiting from out of town and wanted the traditional "Maryland Seafood Experience" to which the Rusty Scupper did not disappoint. The dishes were well portioned, flavorful, and definitely fresh. Our server was great as well, even on a very crowded Friday night. With that said, if you're a local or have been to Baltimore before, you'll likely find better restaurants that don't ding your wallet as much, but if this is your first time, the Rusty Scupper is a must for the view alone!
The food was disappointing, but the view was fabulous. I had a stuffed white fish of some kind that was pretty dry and not really stuffed - the crab and spinach were just laying on top. But the view was great!
Haven't been there in 20 years. It was a pleasant surprise.Food was better than expected for a tourist spot and the view is one of the best to see the inner harbor ,right on the water.
Wait staff was very attentive, food was delicious.
Our meal and waitress were spectacular! Took my husband for his birthday, and it was our first time. We will be back!
Excellent food, service and atmosphere! We lived the Crab Cakes and the Chilean Sea Bass. The appetizers of Calamari and Coconut Shrimp were also well prepared and tasty! The view over the bay was really nice.
Great in every way! Views outstanding; food memorable.
Great experience, great food and great service. Amanda was a great waitress and we were more than impressed and pleased with our evening at Rusty Scupper. Highly recommend.
We had to wait for a table even though we arrived promptly at the time of the our reservation. Our waiter was very nice but not exactly attentive. The head waiter noticed this and apologized stating our waiter was new. This made use feel better about our experience. The food was good; like many American restaurants it was over seasoned for my taste but the crab and swordfish in my meal was very good. The wine list was good. I would dine there again when back in Baltimore.
GREAT Experience, food, vibe and fabulous service. BUT mostly....AMAZING FOOD!
Appetizer very good (crab cake) but the mahi and the stuffed trout were disappointing. Both were slightly overcoooked. Potatoes flavorful but burnt outside and under cooked
Celebrated our wedding anniversary and had a wonderful time
Great as always! Food has always been good and the service was great
I wish they had more combinations to mix the seafoods, but whatever you choose will be great.
This was so amazing me and my grandmother had a great time. The service was outstanding and the red sangria was one of a kind.
My friend came into town for her birthday, so naturally we decided to go here for brunch. The food was absolutely AWESOME!!! As long as the food is good and the service continues to be great, I’ll be coming here for years to come.
We ate here with our four kids. The food was wonderful! We all enjoyed thoroughly enjoyed it! The view kept tye kids entertained. Our server was incredibly attentive, knowledgeable and kind. We will definitely eat there again next time we are in Baltimore!
Portion of 7 oz for Chilean Sea Bass @ $39.00 I thought was steep, so I opted for the 7 oz North Atlantic Salmon @$26.00. The added garnishing on the crab dip took away from the taste. Weak Drinks that are half the price of an en’tree is a bit much. I was disappointed after wanting to experience The Rusty Scupper. Wasn’t worth my birthday!!!
Service was great. Food was a little overpriced for lunch.
To start our view was spectacular! Our server Amanda was fabulous! So informative and helpful! Such a wonderful experience to end our day. Food so delicious!! Even had a free shuttle to our Hotel! Highly recommend!!
Omelette was burned, potatoes were dry and breakfast options for Easter brunch were limited. Neither myself nor my daughter enjoyed anything we selected. First and last time there
We have patronized Rusty Scupper on many other occasions in the past. This was our first Easter buffet meal there. I should have read or even called to inquire about the food choices. We are not fans of buffets. For a family of 5, we spent a tremendous amount of money for food that was mediocre. Besides the hot fresh omelet I had, everything else was room temperature even though the food was on the serving chafes....We have definitively had much better food for less money there in the past. We do enjoy the Harbor view and will return on a much less crowded day. No more buffets for us!
Enjoyed the Champagne Jazz Brunch for Easter 2018. Omelette bar was the best! Food was pretty good! I would give it a 4/5. Unfortunately because of the way it was in the serving trays the waffles and French Toast was not warm and soggy.
Free Mimosas were delish!! The band did a wonderful job!!
It’s quite pricey but worth the experience!!
During the Easter brunch, there was plenty of food to select from, whether you wanted breakfast, lunch or both. The food was enjoyable.
The only thing I was disappointed in, was where they sat us. We went to Rusty Scupper, not only for the food, but to enjoy the jazz band. With us seated in the back (near the parking lot) we were not able to hear the band at all. I was only able to hear them as I retrieved food from the buffet. They should place speakers throughout so that we all are able to enjoy the sounds.
Easter and 10!year anniversary
Rusty Scupper has the most delicious food in Baltimore!
Great dinner-took out of town relatives to Rusty Scupper, especially to show a bit of the best in Baltimore, (first visit to the area), with only a short amount of time to do so; they got to see the Inner Harbor lights, and Bay; experienced a
Great seafood dinner-said they definitely want to rerurn to see more!
Our only complaint- with a late-night dinner, we felt the restaurant should have picked up more of the parking tab (they picked up a third, or about $4); for a premier restaurant like the Scupper, they need to cover more of the late night dinner parking validation)