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What You'll Get
Without bars, darts would be forced to throw themselves at random concentric circles, and Wagnerian operas would have no jukeboxes in which to reside. Enjoy further benefits of bardom with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of grub and drinks at Dick's Last Resort's newly opened Inner Harbor location.
Buckets of tasty grub, jumbo half-pound burgers, specialty seafood plates, and more all reside in Dick's energetic digs and are escorted to tables by cheeky servers with steak-knife-sharp wits. Thick-skinned patrons are invited to escape to the unorthodox eatery until midnight each day, sampling eats from a menu stocked with finger foods designed to taste even better than they look smeared across hand-crocheted bibs. Sate a noontime protein craving with chicken, beef, and pork sliders (starting at $8.99) served with a side of fries, or stop by during dinner minutes to bump into a bucket of steamed king-crab legs ($25.99) or ribs and chicken ($17.99). Customers outfitted with daintier appetites can opt for a fresh, loaded salad (starting at $9.99 for lunch, $10.99 for dinner) or a bowl of Baltimore clam chowder ($5.99).
Suited for those bereft of table manners, Dick's Last Resort dresses its picnic tables with loud music and steel pails of nosh. Though waitstaff members won't coddle you with frivolous niceties, such as manners and smiles, their playful insults and efficient service will remind you of spring break '92, minus arrests and crab-claw wounds. Wipe your mouth on your sleeve, kick your feet back on the chair, or get on stage for an impromptu performance with the musicians who fill Dick's Last Resort with tunes for no cover charge on weekends.
Four TripAdvisors give Dick's Last Resort's Baltimore location an average of three owl-eyes, and eight Yelpers give the restaurant a 2.5-star average. Seventy-seven percent of Urbanspooners recommend Dick's Last Resort. Though some reviewers say the food is pricey, customers appreciate the lively atmosphere.
- The staff is supposed to be rude so if you are easily offended then I would avoid this restaurant. My boyfriend and I are sarcastic and [sic] nature and so we had a really good time laughing and joking with the unique staff. – Savanna, Urbanspoon
- Decent food good location fun humor if you appreciate it. – T F., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 30, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Must use in 1 visit. Tax and gratuity not included. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.