“The decor was very attractive and clean. The booths were large and comfortable; tables were at the right height for food and elbows.The servers were dressed professionally and acted professional throughout the entire time we were there. The food was exquisitely prepared. The presentation was appealing to the eye and palate. We enjoyed the food very much; it was delicious and we could tell it was prepared by a master chef.” – Open Table Diner
“Opened in January with a limited menu, the tavern has since expanded to include more than 20 dishes, all under the direction of executive chef Daniel Henry (formerly of The Capital Grille). Try a Tavern Burger with aged cheddar, bacon, arugula and boursin (plus sweet potato fries). Or, if you’re in the mood for seafood, the seared spiced scallops with citrus salad, garlic-infused oil and gaufrette should do the trick. The tavern’s namesake comes from a 1700s tavern that helped originate Towson’s commercial center. With its earthy brick, stone and dark wood interior, the Towson Tavern feels upscale but never stuffy, and adds a winner to the neighborhood’s dining options” -Baltimore Style Magazine
“My wife and I met up with a good friend here on Tuesday for dinner and discovered one of the best kept secrets in Baltimore. We were promptly greeted by the evening hostess / waitress, and went to the bar were we met Jeremy and learned of the best happy hour special ever. As Jeremy explained Monday thru Friday from 4 to 7 pm they offer half off all alcohol (with a few exceptions i.e. jonny walker blue), so I had a Hendricks on the rocks, and my bride enjoyed a Blanton’s on the rocks. It has a fantastic almost room length stone bar, plenty of classy booth style seating, a few flat panel tv’s for sports, and a nice 8 person seating lounge with comfy leather chairs/couches. Hardwood throughout, makes for a nice place to have a privet or romantic evening, and good for a gathering with friends like we had. -Trip Advisor
“We had such a WONDERFUL experience at the Towson Tavern on Saturday night. Everything we ate was delicious…excellent draft and bottle beer selection too. See you again soon TT!” – Jenifer Harrington
“I grew up in the Towson area and am all too familiar with the bar scene. But Towson Tavern seems to be an oasis amongst the crowded college bars on the York Road strip. It’s a Towson bar for adults, which was reflected last night in the laid back clientele who came to enjoy fine dining and quality drinks in a posher-than-usual setting.” – Baltimore Magazine
“Great new addition to Towson dining. Not to pretentious but with great food and super friendly and attentive service (Nick will take great careof you). It wasnt that busy when we came in on saturday night, but we were treated to a really good evening, had the chicken and the filet, both great, and the tiramisu for dessert was awesome. Apparently there menu changes often too so we look forward to coming back soon.” – Brian L.
“Open table made us aware of this restaurant and we were very happy to find it. The braised short rib was fantastic…and the maple chicken also fantastic. We really enjoyed the salad with almonds and goat cheese and the pork lollipops for appetizer. The peanut butter cake to share for desert was great. I’m a regular capital grill dinner and the former chef from there and general manager from there are providing a similar quality experience in a setting and price range similar to a blue hill tavern. I like blue hill a lot and I thought the food better here. This is much needed restaurant/bar in Baltimore county. I will be back soon.” – Open Table Diner
“Great craft beer and wine menu. Dan Henry, excutive chef, always delivers on the food. Regular menu is great, but get one of his specials when ever you can. Best spot in Towson for any kind of a night out.” – Open Table Diner
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