4.5 based on 201 reviews
This place never disappoints. The service is always friendly, the food is always fresh and lots of flavor no matter if you get a sub, platter or pizza. The ice cream is awesome. We never hesitate to go back.
4.5 based on 39 reviews
Tiny place & there are not many tables, so for eat-in, you are taking your chances. Looks a little sketchy from the outside, but persevere - inside it's fine. Bunch of Mexican ladies cooking up a storm just on the other side of the counter. The waitress/cashier may be the only one who speaks useable English.
I'm no expert, but can believe the food is authentic. There are plenty of choices on the menu. We opted for the large sampler platter to get the variety. Wow, plenty of food!
Not only did we get a great meal, this outing turned out to be a lot of fun!
4.5 based on 40 reviews
Saturday afternoon, and our sweet tooth kicked in. I'd passed this bakery several times, but never stopped...I always remembered the spelling, though. We decided to go today--doughnuts, cupcakes, cakes, pastries, eclairs, breads, and cookies. The staff was busy, but friendly. We got Oreo cheesecake And Snicker's cheesecake. Delicious!
Also, as a newlywed, we enjoyed looking at the beautiful wedding cake samples on display.
4.5 based on 90 reviews
Mission BBQ had excellent service, great food and a very clean dining room and restroom. Add that up, plus it's commitment to veteran causes and it's a winner!
Very tasty "moist" brisket, pulled pork and sides at our table. The Mac & cheese was very good and the baked beans had delicious chunks of brisket in it - win/win! From what I saw any of the bbq options are solid - the pork, beef, and ribs all looked excellent. I will be back when I'm next in the area.
We were having a late dinner and I was able to catch part of the college football game after I finished the brisket. I enjoyed looking at the memorabilia on the walls and I'm very happy to support a business who is squarely behind our servicemen and women.
4.5 based on 230 reviews
We went to Carson’s Creekside for the Easter brunch buffet. The restaurant is situated, as the name implies, next to the water. On a busy day such as Easter Sunday the parking is very tight. We were warmly greeted when we walked through the door, twenty minutes prior to our reserved time. However, our table was available and so we were seated. Our waitress, who was polite and attentive, asked what we would like to drink. She took our orders and said that we were welcome to go up to the buffet when we were ready. When I returned I could not believe that the coffee was served in a paper cup! For some reason this struck a nerve! The food from the buffet was average to very good depending on what you chose. I was surprised to hear during our meal that the Easter brunch buffet was $25/person After hearing this I made sure that I went back to the buffet for more! A price of $18-20 would have seemed more reasonable but clearly, based on the full restaurant, the price did not deter people from coming. I will return, but on a regular Sunday. I will pass on the Easter brunch buffet next year.
4.5 based on 147 reviews
At suggestion of friend we decided to go here for my wife's birthday dinner. Was very pleased with the service, Sheire, menu was great...too many favorites to choose from. Settled on the meat loaf and was not disappointed. Oysters were fresh and tasty, my Dark and Stormy drink was best so far. Overall, a very plesant experience. Will be back.
5 based on 554 reviews
Di Pasquale's is an Italian Supermarket with a dining room available for seating to enjoy your food from either the kitchen or the deli. Di Pasquale's been around and in the family for over 100 years. Di Pasquale's started out as a small grocery store in Highlandtown, Maryland.
This is a small bustling deli and store that serves us pizza, sandwiches and meats. I'm surprised it's #1 in the city, but I think it was clear when I visited how popular the place is.
Just so everyone knows the system:
1. You go to the counter and order (pizza, sandwich, etc)
2. Then you go to the register line and you pay. There you're given a number.
3. You get seated by the folks there and the number stays on the table.
4. You get your delicious food.
I had the eggplant parm. It was quite good. A small is large enough. The Italian looked delicious as well.
4 based on 51 reviews
Rosario's Italian restaurant & catering offers breakfast, lunch & dinner. Carry out, delivery & catering available.
I was here about 4 years while in the area. The food is good and you get large portions. Service was a little slow, only 4 other people in the place. Our drinks were empty more that they were full. I might be back.
4.5 based on 117 reviews
We looked at the various reviews for Schultz's and were pleased with the potential for excellent and reasonably priced seafood. Our previous place that we frequented has new management and the recent reviews were terrible, thus our new choice and we were quite pleased with this finding. We came a little after the noontime 'rush' and were able to seat ourselves. Our friendly waitress took our order and first brought the mixed green salad that we ordered as one of the two side dishes. The bleu cheese dressing and the ranch dressings had good flavor and the salad was fine. The steamed combo appetizer consisting of oysters, clams and mussels was really nice with plenty of the crustaceans served with drawn butter. The dish could have been a little warmer temperature wise but still quite good. The menu had two types of crabcake platters; one stating back-fin crabmeat and the other as jumbo lump crabmeat. Our waitress said the difference was that the jumbo lump was a little larger and with just lump crab meat....absolutely true. One main entree was the two jumbo lump crabcakes and the second was the jumbo lump crabcake with two huge fried oysters. The crabcakes had very, very little filler and were delicious. The fried oysters, although large in size, had a relatively thick batter coating whereas a thinner coating would be preferable. This meal also was served with a large loaf of warm bread and plenty of butter. The dining area is pleasantly furnished and tables have paper coverings. There is a large bar area along with a pool table but this did not affect the dining area. Our waitress was efficient and provided beverage refills and extra napkins. In our opinion the prices are quite reasonable.
4.5 based on 125 reviews
Serving classic Persian cuisine, including kebobs with basmati rice and meat stews (khoresh) and Middle Eastern fusion dishes, including Paella and seafood, in a relaxed, elegant and tranquil atmosphere of Persian carpets, a running window fountain, and traditional Persian and French music. Local artists and musicians are regulars at our small restaurant, and business is brisk on Fridays and Saturdays at 7pm. We have been in business since 1988, and strive to offer our diners the best food and service for the best possible price.
How wonderful to find a Persian restaurant whose chef is willing to adapt recipes to accommodate my special low sodium/no salt dietary regimen. Since most dishes are made from scratch, the task was not so difficult yet yielded tasty cuisine with other appropriate spices and flavors. I was given many choices and opted for an appetizer of Haleem Bademjune that features eggplant and beans with pita triangles. It was topped with a yogurt center and was more than enough for the three diners at our table. Other diners ordered and enjoyed the Mango Pear salad while I ordered a chicken dish that seemed to melt in my mouth in a sweet pomegranate sauce. Thought I was ordering the garlic eggplant sauce but another version was presented and the taste was divine so I ate most of it. The traditional rice was beautiful and plentiful though perhaps I should have asked for the crispy bottom, a real delicacy as I recall from my experience in Tehran and in the kitchen of Persian friends. Would love to return though it is quite a trek from my home in Bethesda. Nonetheless, should I be in Towson, it will be worth a second visit for sure. You have to know where it is because this strip shopping center is hidden off the main road.
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