The Black Olive

★★★☆☆
For a world-class spinach pie and seafood that tastes moments removed from the sea, you have to drive to Baltimore. But it's worth it.
  • 814 S Bond St

    Baltimore, MD 21231

    Cross street: Fells Point/Little Italy

    Map & Directions
  • 410-276-7141

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Recently my wife and son and I wanted to enjoy a relaxing meal in downtown Baltimore. We choose The Black Olive because we enjoy eating ethnic food. We where greeted by the hostess who sat us in the very back of the restaurant. At first we

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★★★★★

Recently my wife and son and I wanted to enjoy a relaxing meal in downtown Baltimore. We choose The Black Olive because we enjoy eating ethnic food. We where greeted by the hostess who sat us in the very back of the restaurant. At first we

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My wife and I went there for lunch. For $20 plus tip I got three smallish lamb chops and a handful of (pretty good) slaw and (pretty good) bread. The problem is that the lamb chops were so grossly over-salted I should have known better

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★★★★★

My wife and I went there for lunch. For $20 plus tip I got three smallish lamb chops and a handful of (pretty good) slaw and (pretty good) bread. The problem is that the lamb chops were so grossly over-salted I should have known better

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Somehow the owners of this wonderful Greek restaurant manage to maintain a warm and welcoming air despite the sophistication of the food and the crowds that flock to this restaurant. Every dish I've tried has been fresh and seasoned in a unique way; the staff are friendly and warm; the food even feels healthy to eat because of the organic produce that goes into every dish, and the owners clear love for bringing the diners the highest quality fish. Don't skip dessert...the carrot cake is my favorite!

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★★★★★

Somehow the owners of this wonderful Greek restaurant manage to maintain a warm and welcoming air despite the sophistication of the food and the crowds that flock to this restaurant. Every dish I've tried has been fresh and seasoned in a unique way; the staff are friendly and warm; the food even feels healthy to eat because of the organic produce that goes into every dish, and the owners clear love for bringing the diners the highest quality fish. Don't skip dessert...the carrot cake is my favorite!

Pros: wonderful ambiance, incredible organic food, great wine

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We went to this restaurant during Restaurant Week. I had heard great things about the restaurant and was looking forward to the experience. We went during Restaurant Week because I thought they would be at their best. The wait service was very good. The bread was very good. 2 olives were served with the bread -- I am not sure why they only serve one olive per patron but it was odd.

My husband had the Seafood Salad which was really nice. It was well flavored and had plenty of seafood. I opted for the 'traditional Greek spreads (Tzatziki, Tarama, Melitzanasalata, Humus). It was very flavorable but they only served 3 pieces of cucumbers and nothing else to spread the spread on. Luckily there was some bread left.

The second course was lamb baked in parchment which was very flavorful. I opted for a spinach pie in a fila crust. It was actually presented in a regular pie crust and was burned. If I had made this dish at home I wouldn't have served it to family or guests because it lacked flavor and the burned crust permeated the dish.

The baklava was dry and could have used more honey.

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★★☆☆☆

We went to this restaurant during Restaurant Week. I had heard great things about the restaurant and was looking forward to the experience. We went during Restaurant Week because I thought they would be at their best. The wait service was very good. The bread was very good. 2 olives were served with the bread -- I am not sure why they only serve one olive per patron but it was odd.

My husband had the Seafood Salad which was really nice. It was well flavored and had plenty of seafood. I opted for the 'traditional Greek spreads (Tzatziki, Tarama, Melitzanasalata, Humus). It was very flavorable but they only served 3 pieces of cucumbers and nothing else to spread the spread on. Luckily there was some bread left.

The second course was lamb baked in parchment which was very flavorful. I opted for a spinach pie in a fila crust. It was actually presented in a regular pie crust and was burned. If I had made this dish at home I wouldn't have served it to family or guests because it lacked flavor and the burned crust permeated the dish.

The baklava was dry and could have used more honey.

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Black Olive is a nice restaurant tucked into the streets of Fells Point that has amazingly fresh seafood. The waiters are incredibly knowledgable about fish and can often pick out the perfect fish for your cravings. The atmosphere is quaint and elegant. Great place for a nice dinner out.

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★★★★★

Black Olive is a nice restaurant tucked into the streets of Fells Point that has amazingly fresh seafood. The waiters are incredibly knowledgable about fish and can often pick out the perfect fish for your cravings. The atmosphere is quaint and elegant. Great place for a nice dinner out.

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Nothing to write home about. Not sure why everyone raves about this place...mediocre at best. Nice atmosphere inside. Quaint Fells location.

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★★★☆☆

Nothing to write home about. Not sure why everyone raves about this place...mediocre at best. Nice atmosphere inside. Quaint Fells location.

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I attended college in Philadelphia and then worked in New York so when it comes to food culture and fine dining I know my restaurants. I have been living in Baltimore for about a year now and go out regularly to the town's cream of the crop places to eat... I am a fan of Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf's places due to the tremendous wine lists and the always perfectly executed food and of course Baltimore fine dining would not be complete without Spike Gjerde's Woodberry Kitchen and even the little known hot spot The Wine Market, all places deliver astounding cuisine and of course expert and friendly service with a crowd and an atmosphere that make the experience truly memorable, however The Black Olive is probably the worst place I have ever been too. The remarkable setting and the quaint dining rooms make for a wonderful first impression, and the fresh fish and produce set up, of course, adds to the first remarks. On the other hand, the service is less then accommodating and the assistance and the overall interaction is quite stale. The wine list is lacking in serious luster and shows no signs of being on Food and Wine's top ratings for the last 6 years, the staff is also pretty terrible at assisting in selections. The fish is mostly over-cooked to the point of being pretty awful and although I will never be able to eat a Dover Sole again in my life I am fine with that I would rather go to Kali's Court and order a properly filleted Bronzini with a wine list and an experience to put the Black Olive next to Wendy's on York Road. In conclusion, overpriced (coming from a guy who loves lavish food), out-dated and sincerely out-classed by more then 4 restaurants in walking distance. Save yourself a waist of money and spend it on a place that delivers great food, not an out-dated and pretentious place living off of its reputation.

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★☆☆☆☆

I attended college in Philadelphia and then worked in New York so when it comes to food culture and fine dining I know my restaurants. I have been living in Baltimore for about a year now and go out regularly to the town's cream of the crop places to eat... I am a fan of Tony Foreman and Cindy Wolf's places due to the tremendous wine lists and the always perfectly executed food and of course Baltimore fine dining would not be complete without Spike Gjerde's Woodberry Kitchen and even the little known hot spot The Wine Market, all places deliver astounding cuisine and of course expert and friendly service with a crowd and an atmosphere that make the experience truly memorable, however The Black Olive is probably the worst place I have ever been too. The remarkable setting and the quaint dining rooms make for a wonderful first impression, and the fresh fish and produce set up, of course, adds to the first remarks. On the other hand, the service is less then accommodating and the assistance and the overall interaction is quite stale. The wine list is lacking in serious luster and shows no signs of being on Food and Wine's top ratings for the last 6 years, the staff is also pretty terrible at assisting in selections. The fish is mostly over-cooked to the point of being pretty awful and although I will never be able to eat a Dover Sole again in my life I am fine with that I would rather go to Kali's Court and order a properly filleted Bronzini with a wine list and an experience to put the Black Olive next to Wendy's on York Road. In conclusion, overpriced (coming from a guy who loves lavish food), out-dated and sincerely out-classed by more then 4 restaurants in walking distance. Save yourself a waist of money and spend it on a place that delivers great food, not an out-dated and pretentious place living off of its reputation.

Pros: Very exclusive and rare fish menu

Cons: wine list, service, over-cooked food, over-priced

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Pretty restaurant, but someone does not cook very well. All of the seafood was fresh but the fish and calamari were overcooked (not enough to send back but on the verge of dry and rubbery). The sauce for the fish was nice. Scallops were good. The olive bread pudding was nice but hardly exceptional. There were a lot of servers. All were attentive and pleasant although neither of the two who served the fish could debone it correctly and a lot of fish was removed with the head. Stop the pretension. If you like atmosphere more than food this is your place.

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★★☆☆☆

Pretty restaurant, but someone does not cook very well. All of the seafood was fresh but the fish and calamari were overcooked (not enough to send back but on the verge of dry and rubbery). The sauce for the fish was nice. Scallops were good. The olive bread pudding was nice but hardly exceptional. There were a lot of servers. All were attentive and pleasant although neither of the two who served the fish could debone it correctly and a lot of fish was removed with the head. Stop the pretension. If you like atmosphere more than food this is your place.

Pros: Pretty place. Fresh seafood. Wonderful bread.

Cons: Overcooked or dull. Bad soup.

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If you are looking for amazingly fresh, high quality, ORGANIC, yes ORGANIC food-this is the place for you. It is obvious that when you are dining on such cuisine, you expect to pay the price, but it is worth it.!!!An array of fresh fish daily with tableside fillet adds such a great touch. The atmosphere fits the mold-in historic fells point, valet parking, and and inside that allows for a great celebration or romantic evening get away. The owners are over the top and always allow for a feeling of the comfort of your own home. Being from Baltimore, there are hundreds of restaurants to choose from for seafood, high quality, price , etc. However, when given the choice, this is the ONLY place to go where you will hands down be satisfied with a great meal, quaint environment, and an unforgettable experience!!! DON'T MISS OUT :-)

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★★★★★

If you are looking for amazingly fresh, high quality, ORGANIC, yes ORGANIC food-this is the place for you. It is obvious that when you are dining on such cuisine, you expect to pay the price, but it is worth it.!!!An array of fresh fish daily with tableside fillet adds such a great touch. The atmosphere fits the mold-in historic fells point, valet parking, and and inside that allows for a great celebration or romantic evening get away. The owners are over the top and always allow for a feeling of the comfort of your own home. Being from Baltimore, there are hundreds of restaurants to choose from for seafood, high quality, price , etc. However, when given the choice, this is the ONLY place to go where you will hands down be satisfied with a great meal, quaint environment, and an unforgettable experience!!! DON'T MISS OUT :-)

Pros: High quality, fresh, ORGANIC food, ambience, parking, service, atmosphere

Cons: There are none

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Some friends and I were visiting from New York recently and I could not wait another minute to relay our wonderful experience at the Black Olive in Baltimore. Being from out of town we took a recommendation from some local friends, and I must say it was the highlight of our trip. Not only did we tour the wine cellar, we were also able to view the fresh Bronzini flown in that day (the Mediterranean sea bass made a very delicate and flaky meal that delighted the palette). Our service was excellent and professional. We simply cannot say enough good things about this restaurant! Our joke all evening that we had to come to the Chesapeake Bay to finally have real Mediterranean meal!

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★★★★★

Some friends and I were visiting from New York recently and I could not wait another minute to relay our wonderful experience at the Black Olive in Baltimore. Being from out of town we took a recommendation from some local friends, and I must say it was the highlight of our trip. Not only did we tour the wine cellar, we were also able to view the fresh Bronzini flown in that day (the Mediterranean sea bass made a very delicate and flaky meal that delighted the palette). Our service was excellent and professional. We simply cannot say enough good things about this restaurant! Our joke all evening that we had to come to the Chesapeake Bay to finally have real Mediterranean meal!

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The Black Olive is a serious Mediteranean (Greek) seafood place located in two row homes in Fells Point. The atmosphere is quaint and has a bit of a mediteranean feel in it's simplicity. If you dine as a couple try to get the window seat in the room with the bar. Service is very good but the seafood is what it is all about.

You get a tour of the fresh fish displayed on ice with a knowledgeable introduction to the characteristics of each choice. The fish are deboned at the table and served with a simple lemon and olive oil sauce. The Black Olive is our favorite place for seafood when it is the seafood you really want to enjoy.

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★★★★★

The Black Olive is a serious Mediteranean (Greek) seafood place located in two row homes in Fells Point. The atmosphere is quaint and has a bit of a mediteranean feel in it's simplicity. If you dine as a couple try to get the window seat in the room with the bar. Service is very good but the seafood is what it is all about.

You get a tour of the fresh fish displayed on ice with a knowledgeable introduction to the characteristics of each choice. The fish are deboned at the table and served with a simple lemon and olive oil sauce. The Black Olive is our favorite place for seafood when it is the seafood you really want to enjoy.

Pros: Great Seafood

Cons: Not Cheap

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The Black Olive was a great choice because it was the best meal we ever had!

The night began with us arriving 15 minutes late for our reservation, but they immediately seated us with no complaints. We liked that the restaurant had a sophisticated feel without being stuffy.

The person that seated us brought us 2 glasses of complimentary champagne and congratulated us on our anniversary. A few minutes later, he escorted us to the fish display and explained, with great detail, what they had to offer that night. Very educational.

The meal itself was awesome! For appetizers, we shared a bowl of fish soup and a crab cake. Both were a pleasure to eat. The crab cake had no fillers and it was the best crab cake I ever had (and I'm extremely picky about crab cakes)! With the main courses, I decided to be a little adventurous and go with the highly recommended Dorade Royale and my husband got the Lamb/Shrimp combination. The server presented and filleted (my choice) the fish before us. The fish was just as it was described and it was terrific (got the lemon and olive oil sauce with it). I'm not an experienced wine drinker, so I asked the waiter to recommend something that would go well with the fish. He served me a Pinot Grigio (Bottega Vinaia) that was wonderful and went very well with the seafood. My husband was very happy with his dish. The lamb was seasoned well and shrimp was divine. The best shrimp we ever had! For dessert, we ordered the Baklava ice cream and Loukomades (donuts from the previous review). Again, the best ice cream I ever had and the "donuts" reminded me of ice cream cones. Great combination!

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★★★★★

The Black Olive was a great choice because it was the best meal we ever had!

The night began with us arriving 15 minutes late for our reservation, but they immediately seated us with no complaints. We liked that the restaurant had a sophisticated feel without being stuffy.

The person that seated us brought us 2 glasses of complimentary champagne and congratulated us on our anniversary. A few minutes later, he escorted us to the fish display and explained, with great detail, what they had to offer that night. Very educational.

The meal itself was awesome! For appetizers, we shared a bowl of fish soup and a crab cake. Both were a pleasure to eat. The crab cake had no fillers and it was the best crab cake I ever had (and I'm extremely picky about crab cakes)! With the main courses, I decided to be a little adventurous and go with the highly recommended Dorade Royale and my husband got the Lamb/Shrimp combination. The server presented and filleted (my choice) the fish before us. The fish was just as it was described and it was terrific (got the lemon and olive oil sauce with it). I'm not an experienced wine drinker, so I asked the waiter to recommend something that would go well with the fish. He served me a Pinot Grigio (Bottega Vinaia) that was wonderful and went very well with the seafood. My husband was very happy with his dish. The lamb was seasoned well and shrimp was divine. The best shrimp we ever had! For dessert, we ordered the Baklava ice cream and Loukomades (donuts from the previous review). Again, the best ice cream I ever had and the "donuts" reminded me of ice cream cones. Great combination!

Pros: Food and service!!

Cons: Go on a slower evening during the week for a more romantic meal.

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My wife and I went with another couple. Our table was large enough to fit 2, but we were forced to try to fit 4 to eat. Many of the same problems listed in other reviews. Martini's were weak as were the other mixed drinks. Took 15-20 minutes to find the wine (1/2 bottle - $35.00; sheesh!). Quality of food was good, but we could have found the same/better with a much better atmosphere for less cost at several other restaurants. This place has an overinflated view of itself.

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★☆☆☆☆

My wife and I went with another couple. Our table was large enough to fit 2, but we were forced to try to fit 4 to eat. Many of the same problems listed in other reviews. Martini's were weak as were the other mixed drinks. Took 15-20 minutes to find the wine (1/2 bottle - $35.00; sheesh!). Quality of food was good, but we could have found the same/better with a much better atmosphere for less cost at several other restaurants. This place has an overinflated view of itself.

Pros: Food was OK

Cons: Value, seating, portion size

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The reason this place is so expensive is because everything is organic and unrefined. Including desserts. Organic food is always more because it is harder to grow. And organic sugars and flour are much more expensive. That being said......the food here is solidly good. Portions are reasonable, but not large. You will walk out of here feeling like you've eaten, but you will not be stuffed. Granted, for the prices, most people would expect huge portions. But again, you are paying for organic. To most people, this will not be worth it. However, my husband and I eat mostly organic. And if not organic, we eat unrefined (as far as sugar and flour is concerned). So for people who try to eat organic and unrefined flour and sugar, this restaurant will be a treat. The desserts here were good, albeit limited in selection. For seafood lovers, there is a large, exotic menu of fish. Many of which we had never heard of before. And there are a few vegetarian selections on the menu as well. I would highly recommend this establishment for special occasions if you are into organic and/or unrefined foods. However, if you are used to heaping portions, you might want to try your luck elsewhere.

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★★★★☆

The reason this place is so expensive is because everything is organic and unrefined. Including desserts. Organic food is always more because it is harder to grow. And organic sugars and flour are much more expensive. That being said......the food here is solidly good. Portions are reasonable, but not large. You will walk out of here feeling like you've eaten, but you will not be stuffed. Granted, for the prices, most people would expect huge portions. But again, you are paying for organic. To most people, this will not be worth it. However, my husband and I eat mostly organic. And if not organic, we eat unrefined (as far as sugar and flour is concerned). So for people who try to eat organic and unrefined flour and sugar, this restaurant will be a treat. The desserts here were good, albeit limited in selection. For seafood lovers, there is a large, exotic menu of fish. Many of which we had never heard of before. And there are a few vegetarian selections on the menu as well. I would highly recommend this establishment for special occasions if you are into organic and/or unrefined foods. However, if you are used to heaping portions, you might want to try your luck elsewhere.

Pros: Good organic food including desserts, exotic seafood selection, vegetarian selections

Cons: Pricey

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I can only assume that this place received the glowing reviews posted on the wall under very different ownership and management. It struck me as a third rate restaurant whose self-image is that of a wrinkled Hollywood has-been who still considers herself a star.

Sixty dollars bought us two marginal appetizers and two glasses of wine while seated on chairs so uncomfortable that the CIA could use them while interviewing prisoners. The shtick of touring the fish case was more befitting a TGI Fridays.

The only way I would use the phrase world-class to describe this place is that it is quite similar to the tourist-trap restaurants that line the main streets of many European cities and sucker in passers-by for an overpriced meal and cavalier service.

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★☆☆☆☆

I can only assume that this place received the glowing reviews posted on the wall under very different ownership and management. It struck me as a third rate restaurant whose self-image is that of a wrinkled Hollywood has-been who still considers herself a star.

Sixty dollars bought us two marginal appetizers and two glasses of wine while seated on chairs so uncomfortable that the CIA could use them while interviewing prisoners. The shtick of touring the fish case was more befitting a TGI Fridays.

The only way I would use the phrase world-class to describe this place is that it is quite similar to the tourist-trap restaurants that line the main streets of many European cities and sucker in passers-by for an overpriced meal and cavalier service.

Cons: VERY Pricy, Pretentious

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This has to be the best restaurant in Baltimore. Organic foods, prepared fresh with no fancy sauces to cover the taste. The staff knows their business. Definitely not for the fast food crowd. This is where you go to spend an evening of fine dining, European style. Probably not what most Baltimoreans are used to. This is what the world traveler expects. EXCELLENT. I'm going back soon.

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★★★★★

This has to be the best restaurant in Baltimore. Organic foods, prepared fresh with no fancy sauces to cover the taste. The staff knows their business. Definitely not for the fast food crowd. This is where you go to spend an evening of fine dining, European style. Probably not what most Baltimoreans are used to. This is what the world traveler expects. EXCELLENT. I'm going back soon.

Pros: Fresh, Organic Food, Good service, Great Wine list

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Reading the last review, I can see some things never change. Poor Service, Attitude from Unskilled Servers, not too mention the fact that after dropping $60+ per person, we were still hungry when we left. Out of every "beer and wine" we selected, we wondered WHY it was that in a Fells Point Rowhome with limited menu selection and No Air Conditioning, we couldn't find a bottle of wine less that $40.00. Please! This isn't Morton's, Fleming's, Prime Rib, etc. Give me a break. This place needs to seriously re-evaluate their priorities.

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★☆☆☆☆

Reading the last review, I can see some things never change. Poor Service, Attitude from Unskilled Servers, not too mention the fact that after dropping $60+ per person, we were still hungry when we left. Out of every "beer and wine" we selected, we wondered WHY it was that in a Fells Point Rowhome with limited menu selection and No Air Conditioning, we couldn't find a bottle of wine less that $40.00. Please! This isn't Morton's, Fleming's, Prime Rib, etc. Give me a break. This place needs to seriously re-evaluate their priorities.

Pros: There Are No Pros!!

Cons: , Expensive

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Ambitious restaurant's reach exceeds its grasp. Appetizers were great, but rather skimpy for the prices ($7 for 2 grilled sardines in grape leaves, $10 for octopus salad). Main course whole grilled fish was very fresh, but server was inexperienced, taking too long to bone it at table, allowing food to cool. Some shellfish was undercooked. Wine list is twice as long as it needs to be and, though not exactly overpriced, it also includes nothing for less than $40. Considering entrees are about $25, you'll drop about $75 a person -- too much to excuse the flaws.

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★★★☆☆

Ambitious restaurant's reach exceeds its grasp. Appetizers were great, but rather skimpy for the prices ($7 for 2 grilled sardines in grape leaves, $10 for octopus salad). Main course whole grilled fish was very fresh, but server was inexperienced, taking too long to bone it at table, allowing food to cool. Some shellfish was undercooked. Wine list is twice as long as it needs to be and, though not exactly overpriced, it also includes nothing for less than $40. Considering entrees are about $25, you'll drop about $75 a person -- too much to excuse the flaws.

Pros: fresh grilled seafood

Cons: inexperienced service

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Our party was looking forward to a fine meal, good wine, and a great evening...boy were we disappointed. The waiter was not well trained; the wine was overpriced; the food was marginal at best. Our bill came to approximately $75.00 per person; much too much to spend on a meal that was only marginal. I don't recommend this restaurant to anyone who has a clue about food. I was very disappointed and will not go back.

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★☆☆☆☆

Our party was looking forward to a fine meal, good wine, and a great evening...boy were we disappointed. The waiter was not well trained; the wine was overpriced; the food was marginal at best. Our bill came to approximately $75.00 per person; much too much to spend on a meal that was only marginal. I don't recommend this restaurant to anyone who has a clue about food. I was very disappointed and will not go back.

Cons: expensive, no atmosphere, poorly trained staff

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Maybe the worst dining experience ever... poorly trained staff, ripped dinning room chair covers in a venue with $25-$35 entrees was not expected... it took nearly 60 minutes for our food to arrive and 5 of the 6 entrees we ordered were served cold... to top things off the valet locked the keys in the car. The owners observed the poor service, serving of the cold food and the valet fiasco and then offered us her "attitude" as compensation. When you drop $600 clams you expect at least common courtesy.

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★☆☆☆☆

Maybe the worst dining experience ever... poorly trained staff, ripped dinning room chair covers in a venue with $25-$35 entrees was not expected... it took nearly 60 minutes for our food to arrive and 5 of the 6 entrees we ordered were served cold... to top things off the valet locked the keys in the car. The owners observed the poor service, serving of the cold food and the valet fiasco and then offered us her "attitude" as compensation. When you drop $600 clams you expect at least common courtesy.

Pros: Valet

Cons: pathetic owner, cold food, valet

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Upon arriving we were greeted and seated promptly. It all fell apart after this. After spending 30 minutes with the over-priced and way too long wine list I was told they would have to check to see if the 3 bottles were in the cellar. Took over 30 minutes to have the wine delivered. When our food finally arrived all the dishes were cold and tasteless! Over priced and noisy. Not impressed with the decor - the cover on my companions seat was ripped. To end the evening...the valet locked the keys in our car with the engine running. Management was not at all concerned. Bad customer service.

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★☆☆☆☆

Upon arriving we were greeted and seated promptly. It all fell apart after this. After spending 30 minutes with the over-priced and way too long wine list I was told they would have to check to see if the 3 bottles were in the cellar. Took over 30 minutes to have the wine delivered. When our food finally arrived all the dishes were cold and tasteless! Over priced and noisy. Not impressed with the decor - the cover on my companions seat was ripped. To end the evening...the valet locked the keys in our car with the engine running. Management was not at all concerned. Bad customer service.

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Don't miss this treasure. Terrific resturant. Great service, great food, great wine list. Would travel to Baltimore just for dinner!

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★★★★★

Don't miss this treasure. Terrific resturant. Great service, great food, great wine list. Would travel to Baltimore just for dinner!

Pros: good valet parking, roomy tables, great atmosphere

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Take your waiter up on his invitation to join him in the kitchen for a view of the day's catch. That way you can see for yourself how bright-eyed and glossy those fish really are. Will it be the pompano for you this evening? Or the…

 

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