1629 Thames St, Baltimore, MD | Directions 2123139.281503 -76.593934
Neighborhoods: Fells Point
Would Never Recommend! – After a boat ride on a hot afternoon, a group of us wanted a good meal and cool place to relax. Having never been in the area we thought we would try Timothy's, which looked decent.
1. After sitting down we had to change tables because the one they put us at was 'broken' so our groups could not sit together. Oh yah, there was little to no air conditioning after coming in on a scorching hot day - so much for comfort!
2. Salad came right away, food did not arrive for a long time after (ie a good 30 to 40 minutes later) so those of us that had salads were lucky, everyone else had to suffer.
3. Our bill was supposed to be split up and was done incorrectly so we had to wait an extra half hour for them to fix the bill.
4. I received a call from one of the other parties Sunday afternoon letting me know her credit card had been charged 4 TIMES and to check mine in case. Mine of course was charged twice with two completely different amounts. I called Monday afternoon and spoke to a manager who told me to wait to see if the charge would 'go away'. Are you KIDDING ME! Needless to say I faxed over my receipt and the charge amounts from my CC bill and asked him to take care of it immediately.
I rarely write reviews so for me to take the time to sign up for this service and complete the review shows how disgusted I was. Hopefully if you decide to try the restaurant, your experience is better than ours!
Take in the sights of the harbor (or watch the big game) with a helping of comfort food. – The Scene
The Baltimore outpost of the Irish-themed restaurant with several successful locations in Delaware is the latest in a line of dining establishments to brave the cursed Brown's Wharf location. The interior is fairly typical of sports-bar-style restaurants, with booths and tables running along the windows and a large four-sided bar in the center. Two smaller service bars, plenty of large TVs, and two pool tables take up the remainder of the space.
Supplementing some bar food with local favorites, the menu caters to meat-and-potatoes eaters, although sandwiches, wraps, and salads do provide lighter fare. Timothy's boasts "legendary" ribs, and one taste of the specially seasoned honey-mesquite flavor sure makes a persuasive argument. Economical? Every entree comes with a generous helping of two sides and a choice of salad or soup. The O'Diana's spinach and artichoke dip appetizer gains flavor from a unique blend of garlic and nutmeg. Strange but true.
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