$20 for $40 Worth of Traditional Pub Fare or Brunch for Two at Diamondback Tavern in Ellicott City

Ellicott City

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Expires Aug 7th, 2013. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for dine-in. Valid only for option purchased. Must purchase a food item. Not valid on 12/31/12, 3/31/13, or 5/12/13. Valid only for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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Choose Between Two Options

  • $20 for $40 worth of pub fare and drinks
  • $18 for brunch for two with two entrees and two bloody marys or mimosas (a $37 value)

The main menu's pub fare showcases baskets of lightly fried fish and hand-cut fries ($15.25), crab-cake sandwiches ($14.50), and bangers and mash ($15.25) washed down with locally sourced craft brews ($5.05). Sunday-brunch menu offerings include steak and eggs ($14), eggs benedict ($9–$11), and burgers ($10).

Diamondback Tavern

Built by a group of friends interested in camaraderie, cold drinks, and good food, Diamondback Tavern aims to put a contemporary spin on a traditional Maryland tavern, and its pub menu has earned accolades from the Baltimore Sun and Howard Magazine. Wrangling local meats, seafood, produce, and bread, the staff builds fresh sandwiches filled with garlic-braised pulled pork and caramelized bananas, crab-cake platters loaded with two 5-ounce jumbo lump crab cakes, and veggie risotto topped with grilled portobello. Behind the bar, chilled local and domestic brews and sangria blended from a family recipe cleanse palates and put out fires after fire-eating competitions gone wrong.

Diners enter under a traditional hanging tavern sign emblazoned with a brown diamondback-turtle shell before nestling into a spacious sports bar or dining room. Diamondback Tavern also hosts open-mic nights and screening events around NFL games to keep ears and eyes entertained as mouths gnaw on the minimalist, modern decor.

Diamondback Tavern

Built by a group of friends interested in camaraderie, cold drinks, and good food, Diamondback Tavern aims to put a contemporary spin on a traditional Maryland tavern, and its pub menu has earned accolades from the Baltimore Sun and Howard Magazine. Wrangling local meats, seafood, produce, and bread, the staff builds fresh sandwiches filled with garlic-braised pulled pork and caramelized bananas, crab-cake platters loaded with two 5-ounce jumbo lump crab cakes, and veggie risotto topped with grilled portobello.

Behind the bar, chilled local and domestic brews and sangria blended from a family recipe cleanse palates and put out fires after fire-eating competitions gone wrong. Diners enter under a traditional hanging tavern sign emblazoned with a brown diamondback-turtle shell before nestling into a spacious sports bar or dining room. Diamondback Tavern also hosts open-mic nights and screening events around NFL games to keep ears and eyes entertained as mouths gnaw on the minimalist, modern decor.

After-work activities, from bites and brews to bowling and bottle service
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