Cafe Burnie

★★★★★
  • 800 Crain Hwy N

    Glen Burnie, MD 21061

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  • 410-553-6901

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There's a new restaurant in town called Cafe Burnie at the corner of 8th Avenue and Crain Highway. It's in the old location of Grandma's Cottage with the purple striped awning. From what I understand, they opened in the fall of 2006, but I didn't notice them there until mid-December.I came across this restaurant because I was stuck at the light at 8th Avenue one day and saw the big OPEN sign on the top of the building. I had never eaten at Grandma's Cottage before, but I remember it being there.When I walked in, I noticed the place was clean and looked in good repair. The menu was on a chalkboard type thing above the counter, but luckily for my eyes they had paper copies on the counter. I ordered tomato soup, a steak and a soda. I could not believe how fantastic the soup tasted! I have never tasted soup so delicious! When I commented about the soup I was told that everything at Cafe Burnie is made on site except the desserts, which I was told they buy from a bakery. They make even their own salad dressings and sauces. No wonder it's so good!The steak was 10 times better than the last one I had at a so-called steak house. The french fries were crisp, perfectly lightly salted and not greasy.I would eat at Cafe Burnie every day if I could! Their prices are reasonable, but I still have to eat at home sometimes!Try their weekend brunch for homemade eggs Benedict like you've never tasted before. My kids swear by their steak sandwiches and my mom loves their shrimp skewers.I recommend this cafe for anyone looking for great-tasting, reasonably priced food - it's fine dining at cafe prices. You can't beat it Glen Burnie!

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★★★★★

There's a new restaurant in town called Cafe Burnie at the corner of 8th Avenue and Crain Highway. It's in the old location of Grandma's Cottage with the purple striped awning. From what I understand, they opened in the fall of 2006, but I didn't notice them there until mid-December.I came across this restaurant because I was stuck at the light at 8th Avenue one day and saw the big OPEN sign on the top of the building. I had never eaten at Grandma's Cottage before, but I remember it being there.When I walked in, I noticed the place was clean and looked in good repair. The menu was on a chalkboard type thing above the counter, but luckily for my eyes they had paper copies on the counter. I ordered tomato soup, a steak and a soda. I could not believe how fantastic the soup tasted! I have never tasted soup so delicious! When I commented about the soup I was told that everything at Cafe Burnie is made on site except the desserts, which I was told they buy from a bakery. They make even their own salad dressings and sauces. No wonder it's so good!The steak was 10 times better than the last one I had at a so-called steak house. The french fries were crisp, perfectly lightly salted and not greasy.I would eat at Cafe Burnie every day if I could! Their prices are reasonable, but I still have to eat at home sometimes!Try their weekend brunch for homemade eggs Benedict like you've never tasted before. My kids swear by their steak sandwiches and my mom loves their shrimp skewers.I recommend this cafe for anyone looking for great-tasting, reasonably priced food - it's fine dining at cafe prices. You can't beat it Glen Burnie!

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