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Hours of Operation
Tues-Sat 11am-9:30pm, Lunch daily 11am-4pm, Sun: Brunch 11am-2pm, Lunch til 3pm, Dinner til 8:30pm
• Diners Club
This restaurant's average entree cost is Moderate
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Welcome to Baldwin's Station! Whether you're a train buff, a romantic type, or simply in need of an easy jaunt to Historic Sykesville, Baldwin's Station will lure you with the reputation for serving the best in Black Angus beef and freshwater fish. Voted Baltimore's Best 1997 - 2003 (Baltimore Magazine), our "New American Cuisine" includes creations of seafoods, beef and special seasonal fare designed by Executive Chef Bryan Sullivan. Dinners include Honey & Walnut crusted Rack of Lamb, Lemon grilled Salmon, Rosemary & Black Pepper Rubbed Filet Mignon, and many more. Special luncheon entrees are offered each day in conjunction with a menu filled with appetizers (Chef's Shrimp, Crab & Lobster Tarte has been featured in Good Housekeeping magazine,Eggplant Napoleon, Mushrooms Chesapeake and stuffed artichokes)an array of salads, sandwiches and entrees (Apple-almond Chicken Salad, Tenderloin Cheesesteak on fresh baguette, Smoked Turkey wrap with sweet marinated onions, or classic grilled Reuben)to name a few. Sunday Brunch has also been voted one of Baltimore's Best (Baltimore Magazine.) Just be sure to save room for desert, a full homemade selection is available. We promise that our inventive menu and attentive service will leave you truly satisfied. Indoor or outdoor dining overlooking the Patapsco River in the Town's original 1883 Train Station adds to the charm. No matter what your occasion calls for or your appetite demands, the friendly staff at Baldwin's Station promises to make your dining experience an outstanding one. Please come as you are, no dress code is required. Owner Stewart Dearie's only requirement is that you come to enjoy yourself.
Best Known For...
Attention to detail, historic charm, great food.
Reviews and Awards
Voted "Baltimore's Best" 1998-2003 (Baltimore Magazine.) Baldwin's Station received the 2002 & 2003 Zagat Award of Distinction. "Worth the Trip" (Washington Post) "Most Romantic" (City Paper)Many medi