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What You'll Get
A casually upscale restaurant isn't just the perfect place to practice close-up magic on unsuspecting patrons; it's also a great spot to meet friends and share Burton Gilliam gossip. Fuel up on conversations and cuisine with today's Groupon, offering $30 worth of salads, sandwiches, starters, and drinks for $15 at The Row House Grille.
The recently renovated space boasts glossy cherry-wood floors, a new oak bar, and an upstairs lounge complete with hearth and high ceiling. Gastrominds Patrick Dahlgren and Joseph Flynn opened the eatery intending to create a place one step up from the basic corner bar. The minimal menu favors quality versus quantity, serving up a skull-splitting selection of starters, salads, and sandwiches. Tongue-puckering Granny Smith gazpacho crested with chive sour cream and crusty bread for dipping ($7), crispy bruschetta ($7.50), and smoked salmon studded with capers ($11) round out the appetizer options. Salads include a kicky tequila-lime Caesar ($8) and petite mixed greens ($4). Side suds with a heartier helping like the barbecue Buffalo-chicken panini ($11) or chicken salad with red grapes on a panini ($9). The seasonal menu is subject to change but will always feature standard bar grub.
Late hours (until 1 a.m. Monday through Saturday) encourage strays to stick around to take advantage of nightly food and drink specials. Brew enthusiasts will be pleased to discover a teeming selection of Clipper City beers. Post up at the first floor for a more-casual ambience (HDTV and bar), or stroll upstairs and casually dine in the glow of a gas fireplace.
- I stopped by the new Rowhouse Grille...for a couple beers, and was pleasantly surprised at how great it looks...I had no complaints with the service at the Rowhouse. The bar area was comfortably full, but I never had a problem getting a drink. I also liked the tunes, which weren't your average pub fare. Instead of Journey and such, we got A Tribe Called Quest. – Sam Sessa, Baltimore Sun
- Federal Hill loves its converted rowhouse bars, and recently gained another— called, not coincidentally— The Rowhouse Grille. The new owners gave the space a thorough renovation, and the result features blue-gray walls, glowing cherry floors and a polished oak bar and woodwork...the upstairs holds another larger dining room, along with a smaller bar area complete with roaring fireplace and windows overlooking the street. Craft beer fans will delight in eight flowing taps (three of those dispensing Clipper City ales). – Baltimore Style
73% of Urbanspooners like it:
- Inside, the place looks amazing, and the food and service are just as good. The food is phenomenal!!! They also have a great selection of beers (they have local beer Clipper City on tap, which is always good). – nick-rouhana
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 11, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per table. Not valid with other offers. No cash value. Tax and gratuity not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The RowHouse Grille
Nestled on a street corner in the Federal Hill neighborhood, The RowHouse Grille beckons to passersby with homey feasts of freshly caught seafood, crispy fried chicken, and burgers. A misty, old-timey charm pervades the welcoming tavern, with wooden rafter beams overhead, dark varnished hardwood floors underfoot, and a silent 'e' defiantly hanging off the end of the word "Grill." Friendly tenders at two different bars pour out frosty glasses of beer from 16 taps, perfect for pairing with a plate of P.E.I. mussels or New England lobster rolls. Servers bear gifts of jerk chicken, gator po' boys, and English pea risotto, or cart out five-course sampler feasts of smoked cheese, seared scallops, bacon-wrapped steaks, and pear tartes.