Restaurants & Bars Washington DC & Baltimore Columbia

Greystone Grill in Columbia

maddogg280 | | Dec 14, 2007 12:48 PM

Last night I went on a business dinner to Greystone Grill in Columbia, MD. The place was decorated nicely and the service was just fine.
I usually do not choose chain restaurants, but the boss specifically requested this place, and I was quite pleased, in spite of myself. I had the wedge salad, petite filet and baked potato. Around the table others had the Greystone salad- a weird looking thing with candied cashews, dried cranberries, blue cheese and rasberry vinegrette. One coworker had a very tempting dish: the champagne shrimp over linguine. It came in a creamy sauce with tomato and mushrooms. Looked fantastic. The others who had the tilapia said it was overly and unexpectedly breaded.
So, despite my adoration of The Prime Rib, I have to say this is more than passable for those times when you just don't want to dress up. You will pay the same amount, but it's a more modern atmosphere and very suitable for business dinners. If you can get over the drive to Columbia or Hunt Valley, give it a try!

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