Restaurants in Columbia

$15 for $30 Worth of Burgers, Crepes, Pasta, and American Cuisine for Dinner at Eggspectation. Five Locations Available.

Eggspectation

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

Seafood such as crab cakes and lobster macaroni and cheese, savory and sweet crepes, and half-pound USDA Choice burgers

$15 for $30 Worth of Mexican Dinner Cuisine at Azul 17

Azul 17

Columbia Market Place

$30 $15

(528)

Cooks prepare dishes such as chicken in mole sauce, while bartenders forge beverages using more than 100 blue-agave tequilas

$15 for $30 Worth of Japanese Food and Drinks for Two at Koto Sake Japanese Steak House

Koto Sake Japanese Steak House

Hickory Ridge

$30 $15

(81)

Chefs create seafood and steak meals tableside; sushi rolls with asparagus, yellowtail, eel, shrimp tempura, and crab meat

Mediterranean and American Dinner for Two or Four at Rudy's Mediterranean Grill (Up to 48% Off)

Rudy's Mediterranean Grill

Columbia

$60.95 $33

(60)

Mediterranean dishes such as hummus & spinach pie join internationally eclectic menu of shrimp scampi, pastrami sandwiches & crab cakes.

Modern American Cuisine at Gadsby's Bar American (Up to 54% Off)

Gadsby's Bar American

Ellicott City

$65 $30

Ribeye steaks, seared scallops, pen cove mussels, and other elegant dishes made with fresh ingredients by a chef from Iron Chef America

New American Meal at The Kings Contrivance Restaurant (40% Off)

The Kings Contrivance Restaurant

Columbia

$50 $30

(46)

Guests dine on award-winning steaks, crab cakes, pasta, and traditional brunch inside a mansion built in the 1890s

$12 for $20 Worth of Burgers and American Classics at Cheeburger Cheeburger

Cheeburger Cheeburger

Multiple Locations

$20 $12

1950s-inspired American eatery where more than 8,000,000 burgers can be built using the menu's selection of patties, toppings, and sauces

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Over the roaring, 1,800-degree char grill, the chefs of Greystone Grill sear medallions of beef, soused in peanut sauce. They also sizzle freshly caught filets of mahi-mahi and ahi tuna alongside blackened shrimp, in addition to grilling skewers of rosemary-marinated chicken. Their selection of 'green' wines from vineyards that grow the fruit for vinos without use chemicals or pesticides includes Californian chardonnays and an Argentinean malbec. The Greystone staff also maintains a wine room with audio-visual and Internet capabilities, allowing for multimedia presentations. The staff renders the eatery comfortable for guests by decorating the interior with sleek wood accents and elegant stonework and barring the cast of any Stephen King movie from staring at you while you eat.

8850 Columbia 100 Pkwy
Columbia,
MD
US

A kickboxer earlier in his life, chef Robert Gadsby honed his culinary skills as executive chef in kitchens across Europe, Asia, and the United States, but it was his competitive spirit that earned him a chance to face off against Mario Batali on the Food Network's Iron Chef America. Gadsby's Bar American in Columbia is the product of several years' work and the chef's pursuit of excellence. The menu here is more American than a bald eagle throwing out the first pitch at a baseball game, featuring foods from cross the country, including Washington mussels, Oregon truffles, Wisconsin Cheese, and California wines. In the sleek modern dining room, visitors can indulge on Carolina-style pulled pork and seared Nantucket Bay scallops, all while enjoying open views of the kitchen and rustic stone accents.

8850 Columbia 100 Pkwy.
Columbia,
MD
US

When Lord Baltimore granted 370 acres of land to the Reverend James Macgill in 1730, he never imagined that a restaurant would be built there. Macgill and his descendants lived on the homestead for more than 200 years before selling it for restaurant development in the 1960s. Today, their stately columned mansion provides a pastoral backdrop for lunch, dinner, and brunch. Intimate candlelit dining rooms foster a romantic atmosphere, which has prompted frequent proposals inside the restaurant. Voted Howard County's finest dining by Howard Magazine in 2013, The Kings Contrivance Restaurant plays host to flickering lights that illuminate plates of pan-seared filet mignon, roasted duck breast, veal, and saut?ed shrimp, all selections on a traditional menu with hints of European and Asian influence. The knowledgeable staff can suggest the best wine to pair with any dish.

10150 Shaker Dr
Columbia,
MD
US

Following Baja Fresh’s ethos set in 1990 as a healthy take on fast food, never-frozen meats sizzle atop the grill before they're tucked into made-to-order tacos and burritos. Grilled corn and flour tortillas embrace fish, carnitas, chicken, and steak, and smoky queso fundido sidles onto nachos and into burritos. Between bites, chips scoop up salsa made from farm-fresh produce rather than poured out of a can or fabricated in a space-age replicator. A complimentary salsa bar ensures no mouthful goes unspiced, and guests can scoop up their favorites as they await their dine-in, takeout, or catering orders.

6435 Dobbin Rd
Columbia,
MD
US

At Let's Dish!, families select healthy, hearty meals to eat at home without having to dedicate valuable time to planning, shopping, or preparation. After placing an order online, patrons schedule time for an in-store session where they assemble dishes that are made from fresh ingredients, customized to taste, and then, like Sleeping Beauty, frozen to prevent them from aging. Meal menus rotate monthly and include homestyle selections, such as pork tenderloin, pot roast with mashed potatoes, and rosemary and mustard grilled sirloin steaks. The preassembled Dish-n-Dash entrees allow for speedy pickup service, freeing families to spend more quality bonding time sorting the mail by size and color. On a regional scale, Dish Delivery's reach expands from New York City to North Carolina.

6925 Oakland Mills Rd
Columbia,
MD
US

The chefs at Koto Sake Japanese Steak House dazzle diners with their fast chopping and knife-wielding skills as they prepare Japanese seafood and steak meals directly at the table. “For those who are not familiar with the experience,” a reporter for The Baltimore Times wrote after a visit, “hibachi is a style of Japanese cooking in which the food is prepared in front of the patrons on a large iron stove. In addition to seeing your food cooked before your eyes, restaurant-goers are treated to a theatrical show that blends impressive utensil juggling, culinary acrobatics, and sarcastic comedy.”

Along with hibachi dinners, the cooks also fry rice and cook large pots of noodles. Like a spy movie set in a hotel for twins, the deep-fried and traditional maki rolls are full of surprises, from shrimp tempura to asparagus.

6410 Freetown Rd
Columbia,
MD
US