Greystone Grill Wins "Best New Restaurant" in "Best of Annapolis 2008"
Terra Walters For The Capital
"Like all really outstanding steakhouses (they don't call themselves a steakhouse; but trust me, when you can get steak that incredible, seize the moment), Greystone Grill takes spirits seriously. From the copious pourings of good booze into high-end glassware that feels good in your hand to the wine list (just get a copy of the entire carte and fax it directly to Santa) that is intelligently and knowledgeably selected, the attention to potables is every bit as commendable as the attention to comestibles. "
Scott Haring for The Washington Times
February 29, 2008
"The Annapolis Greystone Grill is one of four in Maryland — the others are in Ellicott City and Hunt Valley. Its main dining room is open and contemporary, and there is a beautiful lounge at the entrance of the restaurant. Nestled in the back of the house is a room for private parties. An extensive wine list contains labels from all corners of the world, and many of the offerings are available by the glass... The blue crab and roasted corn soup lives up to the medal it won at the 2006 Maryland Seafood Festival. Smooth and velvety, this cream version was chock-full of crabmeat, corn and spice. The Greystone salad is crisp greens, candied cashews and crumbled Maytag blue cheese tossed with a raspberry vinaigrette. Similar salads can be found at many restaurants, but this was an excellent creation. The greens were tender and tempting, with just enough bitter leaves to provide contrast. The vinaigrette had a nice flavor, with enough sweetness to balance the tang of the blue cheese, in chunks to savor, not overpower."
Gilles and Kathy Syglowski for What's Up
"A beautiful grey stone water fountain greets and introduces you to the very attractive decor, which has an open feel and soothing tones of blue and grey. Frosted, acid-edged glass, a few cavernous booths, and dark, rich cherry wood tables, offers a comfortable and intimate feel, but without isolation. Also immediately noticeable is the open kitchen-now popular among chic dining establishments-, which is cleverly protected by a grand window. An elegant and classy bar also serves those who opt for a more casual dining experience."
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