Subway

6900 Dogwood Rd
Windsor Mill, 21244
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This is the No.1 ranking Subway in Baltimore County!! We always strive to provide the best service and a clean environment. Thank you for all your support...god bless!!

(443) 436-6111

Sandwiches, Fast Food

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Otterbein’s Bakery

2603 N Rolling Rd,Ste 309
Windsor Mill, 21244
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Love, love, love Otterbein's Sugar Cookies. While they now focus on retail, you can pick up large and small bags of their goodies for far less than you would pay at Giant. The owner Mark couldn't be nicer. What makes these cookies different? They are thin and crispy like a cracker. And I prefer soft cookies, but can put down an entire bag of these in under two hours. As you pull up to the office, the air is sweetly scented with cookies. So glad I don't have to work in that office park!
I believe Otterbein's has one of the best chocolate cookies around - they are thin, crispy, has that nice caramelized/sheen on the surface, and has the right amount of chocolate chips per bite - it is a perfect way to fill that chocolate chip craving! These tasty bags of chocolate chip cookies can be found at Wegman's! +crispy thin chocolate chip cookies :D
Agree with fellow Yelpers that the chocolate chip cookies are great. Usually, when they're thin like these, they're not great, but Otterbein's definitely shatter that preconception. Next time I'm in B-more or at a Wegman's I'll pick some more up!

(410) 265-8700

Bakeries

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Pioneer Pit Beef

1602 N Rolling Rd
Windsor Mill, 21244
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Good, fast, and cheap! Go here, sucker!
I would have never known about this place until my bf put me on to it. I really thought I wasn't a fan of barbecue until I met him and through him, tried a sandwich from here. I've been a convert ever since. He refers to it more by it's former name "Al's Pit Beef" and only on my latest trip here did I notice that the sign says Pioneer. Some people mention the run-down look of the place but it's the kind of mom-and-pop thing from which you can expect experienced people and a solid product. This place has been around for a long time so the people running the place know what they're doing. Even the slicing guy has been there for a while now. Everyone here's been really nice too. I'd take note of the hours (previously mentioned by Eva P.) Mon-Sat 11am-5pm, so it's a little harder to catch this place while it's open. Harder still to avoid the ridiculous lunch line that stretches out halfway through the parking lot. With that said, their regular pit beef sandwich is the smallest size (1/3 lb) and it leaves me feeling a little overfull, nonetheless pleasantly overfull. You walk through and tell them what kind of sandwich and meat you'd like, as well as the doneness, and the sauces. Simple, good... I think the rustic look of the place only adds to the appeal for me personally. I've only ordered the pit beef every time but only because it's just so darn good that it's hard to stray. Here's what works best for me: A regular pit beef sandwich, medium, with barbecue sauce, tiger sauce (horseradish/mayo), honey mustard, and onions (which, I might add are sliced very thinly--just the way I like them). The medium is always melt-in-your-mouth tender and the sample slice they give me always puts a smile on my face. The slices are really thin, which I seem to like better than thick slabs for some unexplainable reason. I'll warn you that when you order the sauce, you'd better have plenty of napkins on hand. Big sandwich + lots of sauce = sauce on face no matter how hard I try to take a big bite. My bf has a wonderful time wiping my face to get the spots I missed with my handful of napkins. But it's so good it's absolutely worth his chuckling at my childlike inability to keep my face clean. Frankly, I think part of the reason it gets so messy is because in that moment while I am eating until it sadly comes to an end, it is me and my ridiculously delicious sandwich. If you go for a side, I'd say to get the fries. They're pretty standard, but they're good and I have yet to get fries that aren't hot and fresh. I'll be honest and say I haven't tried out many other pit beef stands so I can't say how good this place is in comparison to others, but like I said before, it was good enough to convert me into a fan.
Most pit beef places near Baltimore are located either on 40 East or north of Baltimore. This is one on the west side. Pioneer is in the same neighborhood as Social Security and Medicare so if you go at lunchtime, the line will probably have a lot of bureaucrats in it. But don't let that put you off, they have tasty sandwiches here. They have pit ham and pit turkey but the real star is the pit beef. There are three sizes of sandwiches (regular, super or sub), and some condiments. Side dishes are limited to cole slaw, pickles, or French fries. But what fries! They are made from fresh potatoes (the line often is by the sacks of potatoes) fried in small batches. They offer ketchup but also cider vinegar (alas, not malt, but better than nothing) and old bay seasoning. Don't bring your plastic here. It's strictly cash only (and the cook is armed, so behave). They don't open until 11 AM (and often you'll be in line coming even then) and close at 5 PM and are closed on Sundays. The service can't be beat. I used to eat here quite often when I was a Medicare contractor. I quit that job and moved south but when I found myself in the neighborhood two years later, I thought I'd get a sandwich, for old times sake. They took one look at me and recited my usual order at me. TWO YEARS LATER! And it was tastier than I remembered. If you're not sure what level of doneness you want, they'll give you a sample slice of beef. Even if you know, you'll get a sample slice. I really miss going to this place. I've been to other pit beef places with better menus (potato salad and baked beans in addition, etc.) but none of them could touch it for service and taste. Lunch minus a drink will run you about $7 here.

(410) 455-0015

Food Stands, Barbeque

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Festival Eatery

3100 Lord Baltimore Dr,Ste 106
Windsor Mill, 21244
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The shrimp salad and crab cakes are delicious! With few enjoyable dining options in the area, Festival Eatery is a diamond in the rough. I visit 2-3 times a month and I'm always greeted with a smile by the cashier and she remembers that I usually order the shrimp salad.
I've never had a single issue with this place. The food is delicious, the service is quick, prices are reasonable, selection is great, and the staff is friendly (especially the cashier).
I was sent here by a Co-Worker and i was not disappointed. The Friday broiled Crab Cake was delicious!! The staff was beyond awesome!! The facility is a little dated, but who cares, your not getting married there. I will be back, thank you for having a clean restaurant with great staff.

(410) 298-6597

Seafood, Cafeteria

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Auntie Anne’s

6901 Security Blvd
Windsor Mill, 21244
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Placed inside Security Square mall's main entrance. I have always loved how this place attracts me with the powerful pretzel smell whenever you walk within 50 feet of the cashier. I have never had anything but a fresh soft pretzel from this location. Only thing that makes it a less then 5 star snack joint is that none of the employees speak English very well.

(410) 298-5242

Restaurants

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Hip Hop Fish & Chicken

8119 Liberty Rd Ste B
Windsor Mill, 21244
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This is awesome chicken and catfish!!! Staying at the Doubletree Hilton nearby, and found this because of great Yelps. This was so hot and fresh it was still awesome and hot back in the room. And I think I went the long way. I asked for tartar sauce for the catfish and salt for the chicken and the friendly host actually put ENOUGH in there without begging or prodding. A couple generous helpings of great tartar and big handful of salt packets so I had some leftover. And really CHEAP!!!!!! $11 for 3 full wings, 3 healthy legs, fries, and a catfish fillet. Oh, and they put 2 slices of white bread in the chicken and fries pack to keep the moisture from ruining the crispiness, meaning they understand takeout fried food! (I love the review that thought they were a lame side...:) I'll be back to try the rest of the menu. Guaranteed.
Great corn nuggets,broccoli bites,mac & cheese wedges and of course the good fry chicken with with extra seasoning off the hook
So many fish and chicken spots in this area, which one to choose? Our uncle recommended this place, and I'm glad he did. We came on a Sunday with a line out the door. Always a good thing. We ordered a combo with chicken wings and catfish nuggets, plus half and half (half tea, half lemonade), because a lunch like this isn't complete without a half and half right? Our takeout boxes were filled to the brim with fried and meaty goodness, and not a drop of oiliness. The pieces of white bread underneath the meat probably helped soak up any excess oil...nice touch. One two choice meal is enough to feed two people, especially for lunch. Chicken was crisp and flavorful, as was the catfish nuggets. We will be back on our next visit.

(410) 655-6565

Chicken Wings

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Las Vegas Restaurant

7091 Security Blvd,Ste 102
Windsor Mill, 21244
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Las Vegas is a delicious and affordable option for this area. I have had a few things on the menu and all of it has been worth the price. The taco salads are very tasty, the shell didn't look too appetizing but the flavor and texture was superb. The salad is chopped and and topped with tasty guacamole and spot cream, definitely worth the time to try. The papusa's are cheesy and have a good consistency, the pork leaves something to be desired but overall can satisfy a papusa craving. The queso dip is almost like a broccoli and cheese soup, not sure I would get it again but at least it wasn't Velveeta. I would while heartedly suggest Las Vegas. There is a Chipotle extremely close by if you are looking for a burrito bowl but the quality of the ingredients definitely stand up to the chain.
Had a craving for Spanish food. My coworkers told me about this place so I stopped by. The service was ok and delivery was in good timing (after rush hour). The place has a good amount of seats and is good for families. The chips and salsa were delicious. The entree wasn't the best but still pretty good. I would go back but I would probably just get nachos.
This restaurant is actually a nice place and seems to have recently redone their menu. There are two rooms and ample seating. The restaurant gives you chips and salsa and you can order a variety of Mexican fare from the menu all of which is at very reasonable prices. The service is attentive, but there is a bit of a wait for your order. That being said, the food is very fresh looking, tasty, and well prepared. Las Vegas is a very casual restaurant but definitely a good choice for a work lunch or casual dinner. Definitely worth a visit.

(410) 277-3970

Mexican

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Buongiorno Restaurant

6860 Dogwood Rd
Windsor Mill, 21244
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I have a secret lover, and it's pizza. When I say its great, I'm not exaggerating. Nothing says authentic like greasy, cheesy pizza. Extra pepperoni? You read my mind! It was so wrong, but a much needed break from the 'salad struggle'. With an undesirable urge, I walked in quickly, wore sunglasses to avoid any work colleagues, and devoured in a nearby parking space. Felt so dirty, but it was so worth it. Buongiorno, until we meet again...
Well If I could give this please no stars I would. Bought a slice of pizza here used the crushed red pepper. I ate half the pizza and was just mindlessly played with the crushed pepper shaker. I open it and to my surprise there was a dead fly in it. I went to the owner and told him. He got angry gave me my money back and told me never to come back. The nerve to not apologize, but to instead make it seem like I did something wrong. He didn't have to tell me never to come back, that was needless to be said. I will be calling the Health Department. Who knows what other violations are happening at this place. DO NOT EAT HERE!!!
Bongiorno is a casual Italian themed venue, located in an area with limited dining options. In addition to pizza, they have salad, sandwiches/wraps, and a variety of pasta dishes. The atmosphere is very informal but the food is decent. I think the pizza is okay, but actually enjoy the sandwiches and other items better. The staff is nice and though it can get a little crowded at times, I consider it a decent option for lunch.

(410) 298-7781

Italian, Pizza

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Pizza City

7408 Windsor Mill Rd
Windsor Mill, 21244
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Really enjoyed their pizza. It was nothing spectacular but still good. The star of the show was their wings. Absolutely delicious. They had the just right amount of sauce and were nice and crispy. Also they were big in size. The staff was also friendly. Made us feel very welcome. I will definitely order from this place in the future and I highly recommended you do the same.
We order from here because my kid likes the wings from here. The food is okay, but don't be in hurry for your food. It usually takes at least 20 minutes LONGER than the "confirmed" delivery time! (i.e. 50 minute order did not arrive for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Happens every time!!
I actually like the buffalo wings there I get lemon pepper, fries which are good. Son usually gets shrimp basket or wings and fries. Ehhh for cheesecake, it's $2.50 it's aight. Delivery within 45min. Make sure you get current prices before u order. Get menu bc prices change. They charge $1 fee to use card

(410) 521-0333

Pizza

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Tokyo Seafood Buffet

6901 Security Blvd,Ste B
Windsor Mill, 21244
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So I'm not a fan of buffets because I feel like they just make bulk food that doesn't really taste good. Plus the food sits out. I understand it's kept heated up but it's a big turnoff for me for mountains of food to sit out for long periods of time while customers greedily scoop slolops (not sure this is a word) of food. My guess is there are huge amounts of MSG because as soon as I stepped out, I instantly felt like passing out. I came to this beauty (insert sarcasm) of a buffet after a nieces high school graduation. I didn't have breakfast so a buffet actually sounded like a good idea at the time. Now that it's over, I wished I didn't come. Throw out all my workouts last week at Foundry. I'm stuffed and feel kinda gross. So, it's the typical Chinese buffet (yeah it's called Tokyo) but does have some Japanese food as well. Basically everything you can think of is here. Sushi, sweet sour ribs, and Hometown Chinese favorites like bourbon chicken is here! Bourbon chicken? Lol Chinese restaurants sure do know how to market to Americans! The food in general was not great and not horrible. Fried rice was super bland. The rest of the food wasn't terrible. It filled me up after a couple of plates. Hey you may like it, but again I'm not a buffet fan so take my word lightly. The Good: - you want fried chicken, pizza, fried rice, sushi, and wonton soup all in one place? Every food imaginable is here, so you have a vast selection. - great for big groups of hungry grubbers - custard is pretty decent The Bad: - you want fried chicken, pizza, fried rice, sushi, and wonton soup all in one place? So the downside is that their are too many choices that nothing stands out. Also your forced to get your money's worth and attempt to eat everything.
Ummm nothing special about a buffet. But I did feel it was overpriced. $45 will get u two meals and two sodas on a Fri. The crabs had absolutely NO flavor. The fried rice was nasty. I mean how do u mess that up. They have a chocolate fountain, but I saw too many kids unsupervised and double dipping. The ribs are good and the bourbon chicken. Other than that I was not impressed and will not return. A waste of money.
This place is a 3.5 but I'm rounding down for inconsistency. It has a good selection, so there is something for everyone, but quality of the food is inconsistent. Some items were really good but there were also items that were not so good. The seating and buffet line does look more upscale than the typical Asian buffets, which is good because this place markets itself as such. I went with a large party (+10) for dinner and the restaurant has a lot of seating to accommodate large parties. Tip was included already when we paid (they do this for large groups). When they seat you, they want you to show them the receipt so they know how many people are in the party and who ordered a beverage. They have a small sushi bar but if you're a sushi noob like me, not all of the rolls were labeled so I just stuck with the familiar ones. They didn't do a good job of keeping the rolls stocked, usually when I went up there most of the plates were empty or there'd be 1-2 pieces left. They have raw oysters which were fresh (not fishy at all). They also had shrimp and crabs, if you don't mind getting your hands dirty and peeling them. The crabs are on the small side. They have salmon and other fish dishes, rice, lomein, a row of soups, American food (pizza, mashed potatoes, macaroni and cheese, fried chicken, French fries, etc.), and other typical Asian dishes like General Tso's chicken, beef and broccoli, chicken and mushrooms, teriyaki chicken kebab (dry), and sweet and sour chicken. I really liked the cheese rangoons (my favorite!), fried rice, coral scallops, bourbon chicken, and Korean spare ribs (nice and tender). While I liked the coconut shrimp, not all of the shrimps were cleaned thoroughly. They have a whole station dedicated to fried foods (fried oysters, fried chicken, French fries, fried fish, Chinese doughnuts, frog legs). My doughnut wasn't fresh so I didn't like it. They also have a couple dim sum options in the corner by the hibachi grill, but they weren't that good - on the dry side and they looked like they had been sitting there all day. The hibachi grill - amazing! You grab a plate, fill it with whatever you want (chicken, beef, shrimp, scallops, egg, rice, noodles, veggies) and they'll cook it for you on the spot. The scallops are chopped up super tiny, though. Great dessert selection - chocolate cake, carrot cake, cheesecake, fruits, sesame balls, a chocolate fountain, banana pudding, some jello type thing, cookies, egg tarts (these are by the dim sum, but I would skip them because they were dry and overcooked), and a freezer full of ice cream (individual serving cups of chocolate, vanilla, and sherbet, plus ice cream sandwiches and Popsicles). Service was so-so. They are attentive when you first get seated and get your drink orders. They are also quick to clear away your finished plates. However, if you want a refill for your drinks we had to wave them down (and the place wasn't even that crowded). Overall, I had a good experience here, there's a good variety, it lives up to the name, and I would go back due the hibachi grill alone.

(410) 277-8822

Buffets, Seafood, American (Traditional)

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