The menu is limited and the food is terrible just like other folks have noted. The service goes right along with the food - terrible.
The restaurant is a ghost town. The menu consist of about 7-8 choices that are bland and worn out. The only reason I ate here was because there is literally nothing else within walking distance.
Often when you travel you do not expect fine dining at your destination hotel. I would encourage you to consider the Chophouse Restaurant regardless of where you choose to spend the night in the Baltimore area. Their salmon and crab cakes are hard to beat. The vegetables are cooked to perfection. The service is equal to any 5 star Michelin... 更多
This restaurant has an average menu - but for someone who loves hamburgers they are the best! The service was average and could use some improvement.
After my 2 steak nightmare at Ruby Tuesday's(read that review I wrote about that dump) I walked out pissed off and still hungry for a steak. I came back to the hotel to enjoy the last few minutes of open bar happy hour and decided to eat dinner here. Yup you guessed it, I ordered the NY strip and it... 更多
The Chophouse is ok ... Nothing great, but not bad either, so that means it's ok. It's like most hotel restaurants, the hotel is there to rent rooms, the restaurants are there just as a convenience. The service was a little slow, but we were in no rush.
I had to go to the desk to get them to call someone to come seat us. He was apologetic and was having to do a lot of things by himself. His service was good but was slow at the end when I wanted to pay. Try the Waldorf Salad. It's loaded with walnuts and so delicious.
1) The dinner service was the worse I have ever experienced. The food was just ok. 2) The bar has... 更多