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About The Grill at Harryman House
Harryman House Restaurant is proud to serve their brand of American style cuisine. Housed in a restored eighteenth century log cabin, Harryman House offers their guests a "casual" dining experience served with formal excellence.
Reisterstown, MD 21136
American, Seafood, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Thursday: 11:30am - 3:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 11:30am - 3:30pm; Dinner: Sunday - Tuesday: 4:30pm - 9:00pm, Wednesday - Saturday: 5:00pm - 10:00pm; Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 3:30pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Some off-site catering available as well as large scale carry out. Please call 410-833-8850 for more information.
Private Lot and On-Street Parking is available
BUS STOP @ MAIN ST & GLYNDON DR
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
The Grill at Harryman House Ratings and Reviews
We stopped by at lunchtime. We asked to sit in the bar area. Even though it was very busy and the only staff member was a single bartender, he hustled and we had great service. Orange crushes are delicious! The food was perfect. Another great meal at Harryman House.
We had heard of the good food and atmosphere at Harryman House for years, but just never made it there until last week. I wish we hadn’t waited so long! The food,service (Laura our waitress was wonderful), and atmosphere all added up to a great dining experience. We will definitely be back soon!
We've been going to The Harryman House for years. I have always enjoyed with the food, but it wasn't up to par this time. Hot rolls, no butter, had to wait to even get noticed to ask for butter. Portions were good sized, but staff not as attentive as in prior visits. They were not busy, so I am not understanding having to find the waiter. We will see how the next year plays out.
We have had better times at Harryman House..This time the food was not great especially the Lobster bisque> The ambiance was nice and cozy as we got to sit in the original historic dining room, but the service was not comfortable. The waiter seemed to be annoyed and not happy to interact at all or answer questions. Overall, not a good experience.
This restaurant is good for local flavor, special occasions, or a quiet evening with friends or family. Food is plentiful, has a unique take on recipes if that is what you want, or is homey and "comforting" if that is your mood. Service is excellent. Atmosphere is worth part of the visit.
Harryman House has an interesting history which you can read about in the restaurant. It has been a neighborhood icon for many years in Reisterstown and most locals have been there on at least one occasion. The food is consistently good and choices run the gamut from a 7 oz. filet mignon for $35. to a much less expensive yet decent brick oven pizza. I added a small side salad to my dinner special entree and thought $9. was a bit high for that. (the entrees do not include salad) If you're looking for a quiet table for conversation while dining, this is not the place. We happened to be seated beside a very boisterous, argumentative man on one side and a rather loud attorney (he made that obvious) on the other. So quiet conversation was out of the question. But that can happen anywhere. In an old building, noise carries too well. Our meals were tasty but not large portions for the money. It's a nice place for special occasions but a bit expensive for just a Saturday night date. I should add, however, the service was impeccable.
We have dined there many times and this was disappointing in that they sat us next to a window in one of the narrow dining areas. (TOO COLD & after asking if they could turn the heat up somewhat - there seemed to be improvement,)
The server was nice but seem to be harried (too busy, too many tables perhaps). We had her as a server previously and then she seemed more attentive to our needs.
Very pleasant late brunch at Harryman House. They have a Saturday brunch menu which is a nice change. The three of us had omelets that were very good. Although the omelets were supposed to include cheese there was very little if any of it in the omelets. They were attractively served with excellent potatoes and a sour dough toast. Service was very attentive although the room was almost empty it is a very pleasant space. Small muffins are served before brunch.
We were celebrating my birthday. The service was outstanding and the food was delicious. I had the short ribs which were so tender you could cut them with a fork. This restaurant is in a historic building and has a fantastic atmosphere especially for a date night.
I WAS LAST IN THE RESTAURANT 30 YRS AGO. ENJOYED IT THEN AS I DID RECENTLY. FOOD WAS SUPERB AS WAS OUR WAITRESS. THE ONLY NEGATIVE WAS THE DINING AREA WAS TOO LOUD. DO NOT TAKE THIS AS A COMPLAINT-ONLY THAT IT WAS VERY DIFFICULT TO CONVERSE WITH OUR GUESTS DUE TO THE LOUDNESS. WE, HOWEVER HAD A GREAT TIME AND WE WILL SEE YOU AGAIN IN THE NEAR FUTURE. THANK YOU.
The new fall menu is so fantastic. We shared Cauliflower popcorn, oysters on the half shell and a caesar salad. Our main courses consisted of Seafood Cioppino in a delicious fennel and tomato broth and a grilled Filet Mignon at a perfect medium rare and served over patatas bravas with the most delicious onion and gruyere cheese soubiose sauce.
As always, The Grill at Harryman House delivered an impeccable meal only to be outdone by the wonderful ambiance and service we received from their fantastic staff.
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