HOME > Chowhound > Washington DC & Baltimore >

Discussion

Birthday Dinner on a Monday in Baltimore??

  • 7
  • Share

Where would you go?

The few places I wanted to check out are closed Mondays.

  1. Click to Upload a photo (10 MB limit)
Delete
Posting Guidelines | FAQs | Feedback
Cancel
  1. I always liked B & O, what exactly are you looking for, both price-wise and food-wise?

    1. Baltimore doesn't seem to have as many restaurants closed on Mondays as a lot of other cities. What exactly are you looking for?

      2 Replies
      1. re: Hal Laurent

        I really wanted to try BlueGrass but its closed.

        Some of my fav places are Cinghiale, Chameleon, Blue Hill, Jack's Bistro, and Meli to name a few.

        My go to Bday place was always Pazza Luna but they closed. *Anyone know where Davidde, the chef, is now?)

        I was thinking Mr. Rain's Funhouse....but just checked and they are closed Monday.

        Just looking for some ideas...

        1. re: abovethewaves

          Have you been to Mr rain's? I went about a month ago for the first time ever; while nothing was bad, I would not recommend it.

          Chameleon transformed into Maggie's Farm last week. The new chef has been there for many months & the menu appears to be similar to what I have tried .... and liked very much. Monday nights are different - featuring a 4 course meal for $45.

      2. I would highly recommend the Prime Rib--old school steak house--dressy and festive or Sotto Sopra. Wonderful farm to table Italian inspired food. FoiGras

        1. Cinghiale is definately open on Mondays.

          1. I believe The Black Olive is open for dinnerr on Mondays
            http://www.theblackolive.com/