* Lunch Monday - Saturday 11:30 am - 3:30 pm* Sunday Brunch 11:30 am - 3:30 pm* Dinner Monday & Tuesday 4:30 am - 10:00 pm* Wednesday & Thursday 5:00 ... More
The Grill at Harryman House
* Lunch Monday - Saturday 11:30 am - 3:30 pm* Sunday Brunch 11:30 am - 3:30 pm* Dinner Monday & Tuesday 4:30 am - 10:00 pm* Wednesday & Thursday 5:00 am - 10:00 pm* Friday & Saturday 5:00 am - 11:00 pm* Sunday 4:30 pm - 9:00 pmBar Menu offered in the Tavern:* Monday -Saturday 11:30 am - 11:00 pm* Sunday 11:30 am - 9:30 pmParking available in our large lot behind the and along Main StreetA contemporary restaurant with critically acclaimed food finds a home in an early American home at The Grill at Harryman House. The home built by Samuel Harryman (c.1791) was transformed into a restaurant in a 1985 remodeling and features a chestnut and oak log cabin, bright porches, and a spacious "great-room-style" dining room all of which is outfitted with timeless American furnishings, candle, fine china, silverware and crystal.Both cutting-edge cuisine and traditional favorites provide neighborhood regulars and discerning diners from nearby towns with abundant choices. Paired with an award winning wine list, marvelous cocktails prepared in an always busy pub-style bar, and our gracious and professional service and you have one of Baltimore's best neighborhood restaurants delivering a world class dining experience.
Happened on to Harryman House last night ust by chance. What a find. The server - - Benjamin - - was delightful and made great recommendations. I asked for a special drink that was not on the menu. He said he had never heard of it but would ask. He walked back in with a great drink and a smile on his face. The chilean sea bass was perfect. and those wasabi mashed potatoes were great. A great find. Will definitely come back. Michael from Fairfax
Went for lunch and it was fantastic! There charred tomato vinagrette is out of this world, I wanted to take a bottle home! The food was cold and fresh, tasted like it had just been picked form the garden. The service was great, facility beautiful! The log cabin portion of the old home is breathtakingly unexpected. There was a large party going on in an adjacent room and I was afraid our lunch would take too long, but it didn't. I can't wait to return for dinner and lunch too! And the brunch menu looks great!
Always a treat.
One of the best in Reisterstown and Maryland. Beautiful presentation, taste and quality ingredients. The staff is very polite and professional. The atmosphere warm pleasant, colonial inn style in a historic building (ask for the handout about the building and Reisterstown).
If your looking for large quantity this isn't the place. However, if you enjoy rich tasty dishes, with a lovely flare in presentation, the quality of their ingredients and the cooking is stellar. Really quite enough to fill one up. We always take my Father-in-law there for Father's Day and often have grown-up birthday lunches at Harryman. Save a bit by drinking water and sharing dessert.
One of my favorites in Baltimore.
My dinner at Harryman House was a total disaster,I ordered centercut porkchops but got crabcakes or should I say crabcake because the waiter only brought one crabcake to the table ,the other crabcake was on its way(still on the grill)When I finally got my porkchops I had to send them back,they way undercooked.By now everyone in our party had finished their meals.No visit from the management equals no return visit from me or any member of or party!
The best dining experience in a long time! The servers are great and the food ist top notch delicious!! We will make this our new anniversary dinner spot! Loved it! (the lobster ravioli--yuuuuuuuuuuuuumm!)
My husband took me there for Valentine's Day. The service and food were out of this world! We went on our first date there in July of 1996, and have been going there ever since. The whole atmosphere has a classy feel. A lot of well-to-do people tend to frequent this establishment. Without a doubt the best restaurant in Reisterstown. I definitely recommend to anyone who hasn't had the pleasure of visting this fine dining restaurant to take the plunge-they won't regret it!
This stately mansion was built in 1801 by Charles Carroll Jr., whose father signed the Declaration of Independence. Today, the
home is a National Historic Landmark. The home is a sight to behold, with delicate moldings and period furnishings ...