|Address:||3800 Ten Oaks Rd, Glenelg, MD 21737, USA|
|Tuesday:||3:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||3:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Thursday:||3:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Friday:||11:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Saturday:||11:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
|Sunday:||11:00 AM – 9:00 PM|
This was my first time visiting this restaurant. We chose to go for here for lunch. Our server was friendly and answered all our questions about the menu. My husband ordered the pretzel as his appetizer and he loved it!!! He also ordered the salmon and it was quite tasty. I ordered the crabdip with Naan and it was different but delicious. For my main course, I had crab cakes. They were good. It's not restaurant that specializes in seafood so I didn't expect them to be amazing. I'd definitely order them again.
Nice place. Great beer and wine selection. The House red Legendary was $15 for the bottle and was very good and a very nice price. Had several nice IPA drafts on the menu including Maine Lunch IPA. Brussel sprouts appetizer was tasty and not oily like so many places make them. The Ahi Tuna appetizer was a nice size, we got it medium-rare but wished we had made it rare. Still very good. The house salad with salmon was a good size and filling. If we are in the area again, will come back. Nice job.
I was crazy and took my four young kids to lunch by myself. Thankfully all went well and it was due to this amazing establishment. They had crayons, paper and wiki sticks for my kiddos to play with while we waited for food. All the TVs were tuned to shows that were friendly for all ages and everything we ordered was very good. We will definitely be back, their redbird burger was our favorite. Our server was very understanding and friendly. They have seating for all comfort levels and couch area for playing board games that photos currently don’t show. Everything looked clean which is a huge plus with kids who like to touch everything around them. Even the bathrooms were clean.
Our first visit to red bird was a good one! We went for the Howard County Restaurant Week menu and left stuffed! The photo shows the creamy French Onion soup, which was very tasty and comforting. Because the Restaurant Week dinner menu was four courses, we got to taste a bunch of things: wedge salad, chicken wings, rack of ribs, chicken sandwich, brussel sprouts, and key lime pie. We enjoyed it all! Our server Sarah was very friendly as well as the rest of the staff that stopped by our table. They have nice-looking outdoor seating, too!
First time here tonight, and had a fantastic time. The draft beer selection had a good variety. Some well known larger distribution beer to smaller, local stuff. I tried 3 different beers from Red Bear Brewing, which was a recent pint night of theirs.
The food was great! I started with steak and Fritters for an appetizer, which the tomato jam was on point. Then had the Korean burger, which actually featured a heaping amount of Kimchi. That's a nice change than most places that say something is Korean and just use a gochujang inspired sauce. Finished with the key lime pie (pictured), which was made just today and pure heaven! They absolutely nailed my favorite dessert.
The bartender Rachel was attentive and super friendly, but she's always been on top of her service game (disclaimer: I know her from other Columbia bars/breweries). The rest of the staff and owners were there and also super friendly.
Funnily enough, I read a recent review that stated they were upset there was no buffet, but I couldn't find where one was ever advertised outside of drag show event. I guess having reading comprehension helps in life and preventing Karen tendencies.
Great place, staff, beer, and food! Definitely going back with some friends!