Awesome. Thank you Shannon for taking great care of us.
We had valentines dinner at Manor. Everything was exceptional. Service and food were outstanding.
I was disappointed as this has always been a favorite spot. Server did not offer specials. Salad was brought out way too quickly. I was not even halfway through my salad. My plate was delicious- Scallops and Crab on orzo. My date had the short ribs- very dry and lacked seasoning.
Desert was fair.
The food was excellent and the service was outstanding. Shannon did a nice job of knowing just when to check in with us, not doing so too much. The atmosphere on a February Friday night was perfect for my girlfriend and myself. We are looking forward to going back soon!!
Manor Inn is one of our all time favorites Food is delicious. Not only well managed
with great staff, it also attracts great customers who readily say hi while you are
waiting to be seated. My husband got the Verdant Valley Country Pork Chop and
I ordered the Pasta Prosecco, delicious!!!
Always love the Manor!!
This established Baltimore County hunt country standby deserves a second look, chiefly because the food is better than you might expect. In addition to seasonal cocktails, there's a decent wine list and even an offer of a "flight" of three 2-oz. portions of wine. The dinner menu is substantial with a variety of soup, salad and appetizer choices in addition to entrees, most in the $20-$40 range. We were seated in the "Saddle Room" and aside from an errant stinkbug (this is out in the country), it was a pleasant, relaxing and, on a Monday night in February, quiet experience. I think the best part is the sense of being away from it all and, in a rarity in restaurants these days, a non-raucous atmosphere that allows for conversation. Is it the Milton Inn? No, the menu is not quite that ambitious but it is competent, varied and less expensive. That counts for something, too.
I was a little disappointed when we were seated because we were put in a back room that housed 2 other large groups, and it was quite loud. We were going for a date night, but also to benefit from the Restaurant Week special. We just moved to the area and have heard good things about Manor Tavern. While our server was great, and the main course was delicious, if I went back I'd request to be seated in another room where we could talk more easily and enjoy conversation.
We visited the Manor Tavern to celebrate the retirement of a good friend. We had reservations, were seated promptly, had a very attentive waitress and our food was excellent.
Beer Can Chicken sandwich had lots of bread and little chicken. Side of cole slaw was pathetic. Server did not pay attention to us. Worst meal ever at MT. When I contacted the Manager, he was defensive and said that he had served 68 of the same sandwiches that day with no complaints. This restaurant has become snobby and over- impressed with itself. Totally disappointed.
Went for Restaurant Week to try a new restaurant. Food was great and the service was excellent.
Had a late lunch during Baltimore Restaurant Week. Had a 3:30 reservation so restaurant was not busy at that time if day. Was offered a table near the cozy fireplace which was perfect for a cold dreary day. Our server was excellent. Was knowledgeable about everything on the menu in detail, Food was wonderful, everything tasty, generous portions. I had the chili stuffed potato skins - 3 large full of rich meaty black bean chili, smothered with cheeses. bacon, and topped with sour cream and scallions- every bite full of flavor, could have made a meal of just them. My friend had the Caesar Salad. Bread basket contained a toasted whole grain raisin bread - wonderful rich flavor. I had the BranzinoLosso = light, tender, flakey. My friend had the Fried Oyster BLT Po Boy - Server immediately pointed out that the accompanying French Fries may be bowner than most customers like and offered to replace before we even tried them. Oysters were hand breaded fried crispy yet juicy, thick flavorful bacon, and ripe fresh tomato slices you would have thought came out of a summer garden, served on a crispy toasted bun. We both had the Lemon Raspberry cake for dessert it was good but not memorable. Manager visited and shared the history of the Tavern, once the stable of the Estate where George Washington's horse was kept on trips from Philadelphia. A truly great dining experience.
Took advantage of secret discount in sealed envelope that I received in December. Plus it happened to be restaurant week. Server (maybe Kelli or Kelly?) was awesome. And food was delicious. We were in the older section, so it wasn’t quite as nice as the newer system.
I rate the food that night 2.5 - 3 stars because of the food temperature. I had the TOMATO BASIL SOUP for a appetizer and it was room temperature and my main course PRESTO PESTO GRILLED CHICKEN was likewise. My date had a cranberry cocktail before dinner and expressed that it was very satisfying. For an appetizer she had the MANOR HOUSE SALAD and for a main course she had the ELK BOLOGNESE, both were OK.
I'm not convinced the food warrants the prices, I believe your paying for the atmosphere and the history of the place. I would go again but, not often and would recommend it to others for the experience.
The Manor Tavern is always one of our "go to" spots. We enjoy our meals everytime we visit. The wait staff is always pleasant and knowledgeable. The food is both creative in it's combination of flavors, and delicious. We would recommend The Manor Tavern to everyone.