Glyndon Grill


The new Glyndon Grill, says owner John Barrett, “is all about the basics.” And the man behind the ever popular Barrett’s Grill, should know. The new restaurant—though a bit more casual than its big sister in Hunt Valley—appropriates about 20 percent of its menu from Barrett’s original namesake restaurant and the kitchen is helmed by Barrett’s former sous chef Ryan Worthington. Menu favorites include a lobster and shrimp roll, the tuna poke made with sushi-grade tuna on wonton chips with wasabi cream, and the popular French dip, thin-sliced prime rib with gruyere on a baguette. The interior is simple, a rustic-industrial vibe created by exposed ductwork and dark African mahogany tables, with black and white photos that document the region’s history. The private dining Sagamore room features images of the nearby Sagamore Farm. “Glyndon is a tight-knit community,” says
Barrett. “Old-time Glyndon has a lot of character, with the old post office and iconic buildings. We thought it would be great
to bring casual dining to the neighborhood.” 4844 Butler Road, Glyndon, 443-881-4183.

—Martha Thomas

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