People eat three times a day to prevent mouthy mouths from brashly blurting out their distaste for the rest of the digestive system. Today's Groupon prevents inner-system quarreling by subduing chatty cheeks with New American eats: for $20, you get $40 worth of eclectic pub grub and drinks at the Waterfront Hotel Restaurant. This deal is valid for dine-in brunching, lunching, and suppering only. Any beverage purchases must be accompanied by food.
Housed in one of downtown Baltimore's oldest brick buildings, the Waterfront Hotel Restaurant offers a weekend brunch menu splashed with traditional southern flavors and deep-sea delights. Fatigued longshoremen can break their fast with a crab hash skillet ($17.95), while languid landlubbers can hunker down with a traditional 8-ounce steak-and-eggs platter ($13.95). Lunch or dinner at the Waterfront may begin with undersea treats such as ginger calamari ($9.95) or buttery mussels ($9.95). Slay a grumbling gut-Grendel with a fried oyster po' boy ($11.95), or contemplate the mystic duality of lunch over a sweet-and-savory turkey-brie quesadilla ($9.95). Evening entrees, served from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m, include the scampi (blackened shrimp, scallops, and crab over linguini, $16.95) and the honey chipotle pork chop with mac 'n' cheese ($14.95).
In addition to serving up delectable edibles, the Waterfront Hotel Restaurant features a full-service bar and luxurious, second-floor lounge replete with plush leather sofas and a view of Baltimore Harbor. Split a bucket of beer ($5.95) among friends, or contemplate the twilit harbor over a decadent chocolate lava cake ($5.95) with a glass of wine. With live music frequently beginning around 9 or 10 p.m., the Waterfront Hotel Restaurant is the perfect setting for an impromptu hoedown with friends or a romantic escapade with the eccentric clam-digger next door.
This Groupon is valid for all specials and menus except for $1 oysters, Monday quesadillas, Friday shrimp, and Saturday burgers.
- Our excellent server—in fact, the service here is uniformly winning, a major plus—suggested washing down this sinful pleasure with a chilled glass of espresso-flavored vodka. Good idea. I’m convinced all around. – Richard Gorelick, City Paper
- Brunch is bountiful, and the location perfect for after-meal strolling. – Gayot
- Overall I don’t think we could have been much happier, dining in the classic atmosphere of the ex-hotel. – Demandy.com
1710 Thames St.
Baltimore, Maryland 21231Get Directions