A hidden gem with many traditional German dishes on the menu. I loved in Germany for 25+ years and the dishes here are very authentic.
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Our server was attentive and pleasant. We wanted a light lunch, food arrived quickly. We had maryland crab soup but couldn't find the crab. Hummus and pita wedges very blah, hummus in plastic condiment cup with one cold grocery store style pita cut in wedges....More
We had a very pleasant meal here - some delicious ribs and baked brie for dessert en lieu of a cheeseboard. Service was excellent, although the dining room was oddly empty for a Saturday night. The drinks menu was a bit hit and miss, some...More
What was up with the staff, on 11/24? Our group of 8 went to the brew pub for lunch, and was basically told by the greeter in a rather unfriendly manner that a group of 8 could not be accomodated without a reservation or an...More
It's 1:30 pm on Black Friday. We've come here consistently for the last 5 years on the same day at the same time without incident. However, this day was different. We walk in and ask for seating for 8 and are greeted with, do you...More
We stopped in for a flight of the housemade beers. We had great beers and loved the cozy atmosphere in the basement bar. The place has a fascinating history and the as always, Ellicott City is lovely.
Nice nostalgic small restaurant in Old Ellicott City on Main Street. Nice dining upstairs above the bar, and the service was very good. Nice atmosphere and the food was very well. Everyone could find something on the menu, whether avoiding gluten or meat, and the...More
The crab soup was basically vegrtable soup with crab shells and parts thrown in. 0 crab meat in the soup. Calamari was cold, bland and tasteless. If I deep fry calamari, shouldn't it be somewhat hot, and the pan seared ahi tuna was cold. If...More
My husband and I were strolling around the town when we saw this place. We had went to another restaurant first, but waited almost 10 minutes with no one even greeting us or looking at us. We left, of course, and came to this Brewery...More