Restaurants in Perry Hall

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The allure of Bill Bateman's Bistro increases exponentially with a glance at the wide-ranging menu. Locally lauded for its superlative wings, Bill Bateman's Bistro's offers glazed poultry in a variety of sizes and sauces. Combine cuisines with 10 ($8.49) of the Sweet Thai Chili Wings, or firmly uphold winged tradition with 30 original buffalo wings ($22.99). Fifty Wings from Hell ($36.99) will sate the fire-deprived tongues of fearless wing devourers and can be ordered via a Ouija board that until recently was just a game. The shrimp-melt wrap ($10.99), jalapeñoed Heat Wave Burger ($8.99), and grilled-chicken-topped California Salad ($10.99) are but a few of the numerous bites capable of complementing the various cold draft beers. For the full rundown of possible palate pleasers, see the complete menu for each participating location: Parkville, Severna Park, Glen Burnie, and Reisterstown.

9629 Belair Rd
Nottingham,
MD
US

Brian Bunce Barbers shears, snips, and shapes head fleece in its retro-inspired barbershop. A red-and-white checkered floor leads the way to vintage 1940s barber chairs, which, when sat in, instantly relax and improve the bench-press strength of any hairy heroes in need of mug renewal. Each barber station boasts its own plasma-screen TV framed by dark wood cabinetry.

8911 Belair Road
Nottingham,
MD
US

A host of Japanese culinary traditions makes up Yama Sushi’s menu, where diners discover not only sushi but also hibachi-seared steaks and bento boxes brimming with dumplings and sides. Choose a basic salmon roll or opt for the super lobster-tail roll, with fried lobster tail topped with barbecue eel and eel sauce. Miso soup served with optional seafood, whole fried soft-shell crab, and plates of curry fried rice further complicate guests’ decision-making processes. Yama Sushi’s owner, who likes to personally greet patrons and ensure they aren’t wearing black shoes with brown belts, hopes his own friendliness is echoed by the warmth and cozy nature of his restaurant, which he calls “our fairyland.”

4347 Ebenezer Rd
Baltimore,
MD
US