Went to this restaurant with a work group of about 9 people. Everyone raved about how good their food was (including me). Service was pretty good, although the place was not too busy. Not sure how organized they are on a busy night. The building has been several other restaurants and possibly a house at one point. It's more homey than fancy. There's also a nice patio outside for warm weather and a large, dark wood bar room. If you're tired of the restaurants downtown, take a drive out to Monocacy Crossing for a nice change of scenery.
Price listed is for lunch.