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A true gem in the magnificent harborview community steps from the Ritz Carlton complex. Tabrizi's offer Middle Eastern and Miditerranean cuisine at the beautiful Patio in-season and indoors in hot summer days and winter. Great for corporate events and very popular for weddings as one of the most popular wedding venue in Baltimore.
Baltimore, MD 21230
Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Lebanese
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Tuesday - Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:30pm;
Friday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm;
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
During the season (April-September) we offer live Jazz on the outdoor patio. Please call us for schedule (weather permitting).
Parking is free for 2 hours with validation, the 3rd hour is $5.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Beer Garden, Cafe, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Indoor Smoking Area, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Every Tuesday all wines under $40 are 1/2 OFF. Come and join us under the open skies on the outdoor patio.
Private dining on the second floor for large parties of 100+ people. At the restaurant we can accommodate private parties up to 80 people, ideal for rehearsal dinner.
Tabrizi's Ratings and Reviews
There is nothing nicer than sitting on a patio on the waterfront surrounded by boats dining with friends, sharing hummus and ban ganash to start, then a fantastic, generous serving of lamb chops. My wife and friend said the "catch of the day" - salmon - was wonderful. Perfect evening
We had a great time celebrating our anniversary. The weather was great so we sat on the outdoor patio overlooking the marina. Food was great especially the crab meat and avocado appetizer and boneless ribeye steak entree. Drinks were great and well priced during their 5-8p happy hour. Service was great and very personable.
We were VERY disappointed in the food and service of what was one of our favorite al fresco restaurants in Baltimore. The chicken cordon blue tasted like it came out of a box, was microwaved, and doused in a weird white sauce. Yuck. The crab cakes had a lot of strange herb filler. Only one was eaten, and there were no sides. I don't know if there was a change to the chef or what, but they are not what they used to be. Oh, and the service was terrible. Overall, very sad.
Always pleased with Tabrizi's. Food is delicious, innovative and generously portioned. Staff is attentive, prompt and friendly. Lovely waterside view in a quiet nook nestled among the condos. Get the combo appetizer. The green lip mussels in kale were enormous and nearly too much to finish, even with help. Desserts were okay; I've had better creme brulee and the German chocolate cake was dry (tho our waitress took it off the bill).
I'm not from the north and.that could be what influences my review. I found the venue/area quite ugly. The water is so polluted and the oil sheen is think in the top of the water. I can't imagine having a wedding there. The food.on the other hand was spectacular and the staff was super nice!
We returned to Tabrizi's to enjoy outdoor dining and what we recalled was excellent food. The weather and ambience did not disappoint. The babaghanoush appetizer was excellent (but skimpy on the pita) but it took over an hour to get our meals - (the problem was the kitchen - not the very pleasant server). The lamb was chewy, the burger wrap was cold, and the pizza (while tasty) had a crust that was difficult to chew.
I recommend that you go to Tabrizi's for appetizers and leisurely drinks and enjoy the view.
We felt the food was a hit or miss. We were the only customers there on a Friday night, which was very strange. Some things mentioned on the menu are not part of the dish..for example "honey mustard" & a type of cheese. The location is beautiful but I dont know if I would recommend the restaurant to family and friends.
Dined outdoors last week with 6 business colleagues. Outstanding food and service. The ambience and venue (with boats in the background it was like being on a caribbean island) promoted great conversations. Great wine list. Everyone left happy. Could not have asked for more!
This place has no second like it. This past very rare Saturday they were open (closed on Saturdays due to many weddings) with a beautiful evening and quiet boats hovering the waters in this beautiful marina, our appetizers came promptly as ordered: A tuna tartar with avocado on a single bed of green seaweed salad, with just the right hint of lemon juice and sesame oil infusion, and the mozzarella caprese. The tomatoes on the caprese were served at room temperature as they should be with this classic light Mediterranean dish, and drizzled with basil oil and black salt. Delicious! We proceeded with the Sea Bass and my guest chose the soft crabs. Cheers! Space for full review is limited here.
We sat outside so rating the noise level is not applicable. We could not hear other diners but there was a certain level of ambient noise just from being outside. We enjoyed the evening. Food was excellent, service was fine, and the wine list was good. We try to go to Tabrizi's once a year when we are in Baltimore on our boat.
I've eaten here several times- first time booking through opentable. View is spectacular, and so is the food. We had the raw salad, seabass and a bronzini special (whole fish) that were incredible. Everything is prepared with care and the server was knowledgeable, friendly, but not overbearing. On a warm summer evening, this is the place to be!
We are frequent diners of Federal Hill. What we mostly like about Tabrizi's is the fact that it is hidden away from the Harbor Touristic scene and it offers genuine Middle Easter and light Mediterranean dishes. We love their silky hummus and the special Bronzini along with the Rack of lamb salad we had this past weekend which was prepared with couscous and lemon garlic light sauce. The bottle of the Sauvignon Les Fumées Blanches 2011 J&F Lurton, Vin de Pays du Comté Tolosan. Funky, fresh packaging and punchy, intense flavours. If you like the mouthwateringly crisp gooseberry and green apple flavours of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, you'll love this. Parking is free for 3 hours which is a scarce commodity in Baltimore City.
My wife and I had a very nice table outdoors in the beautiful neighborhood. This is our second visit there. Our server (Zack) was prompt knowledgable and courteous. My wife had the Sea Bass and I had the rack of Lamb, both were very delicious. For dessert, we shared the baked Camembert. Parking was very convenient adjacent to the restaurant and free.
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