Choose Between Two Options
- $45 for $100 worth of American cuisine and drinks
- $25 for $50 worth of American cuisine and drinks
A pan-seared Maryland sea bass ($24) and a dark cherry-and-merlot demi-glace sweetens a coffee-and-lavender duck breast ($28). The rest of the menu is just as rich, with small dishes such as crispy diver sea scallops ($13) or the steamed sweet potato and spinach dumplings ($9), and larger dishes such as the grilled Italian-style sausage in housemade tomato sauce ($22). Entrees can be paired with a wide selection of imported and domestic wines. The restaurant features live music on Fridays and is open for lunch on Monday through Saturday from 11:30 a.m.— 3 p.m.; dinner from 5—9 p.m. on Monday through Thursday and 5—10 p.m. on Friday—Saturday; brunch on Sunday from 11 a.m.—3 p.m.
Whitfields on Guilford Green
Shoreline Times writer Karena Garrity didn’t seem surprised that readers chose Whitfields on Guilford Green’s food as the Best American Cuisine in 2011. She was sold on the eatery’s “imaginative and mouth-watering” menu, which encompasses both surf and turf. But Garrity seemed equally as impressed with the restaurant’s cozy setting. It sits on the first floor of a fully restored Victorian home, complete with a leaded-glass picture window from which guests can peer out onto the Guilford Green.
What some people are buzzing about:
95% of 1,136 customers recommend
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“FOOD DELICIOUS SERVICE EXCELLENT”
“Always a creative, tasty menu with ample selections; good wine list, too, and great service.”