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About Regi's American Bistro
We feature roof-top & farm to fork. Our multiple award winning Crab Cakes & Brunch are the best in town. Enjoy our cuisine by the fireplace in our cozy dining room in the winter, or on our patio terrace in the warmer months. Join us for Brunch on both Saturday and Sunday.
Baltimore, MD 21230
Contemporary American, American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast/Brunch: 9:30am - 3:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 4:30pm; Dinner: Sunday - Thursday: 4:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 4:30pm - 11:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet Parking Friday & Saturday Evenings
Private Party Facilities:
For no fee we offer a 25 seat dining area for private parties and events. If requested we can provide a set menu which will sample some of our best dishes from the menu.
Private Party Contact:
Alan Morstein: (410) 539-7344
Bar Dining, Beer, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Open Every Day For You Dining Needs.
Regi's American Bistro Ratings and Reviews
I recommend going to Regi's. I met up with two of my cousins there for Regi's Sunday brunch. It was all of our first time being there. The food was good. I had the steak and eggs. We sat outside on a sunny afternoon. The service was a little slow. But we were taking things easy and were slow to decide what we wanted to order. So that wasn't a problem. Their prices are reasonable. I would eat there again.
Inexcusable!! Be prepared to wait if you make a large party reservation!! I made reservations for 12 on Open Table for a Mothers Day/Graduation celebration with family and friends. We waited (standing outside) for a whopping 1 ½ hours to be seated! We were lucky to have beautiful weather and a relaxed and tolerant group, in spite of our sore backs and ferocious hunger!
45 min into our wait, they took a drink order. When we were finally seated, they apologized with 2 orders of delicious Tator Tots. The manager/owner (? ) never came to the table with a formal apologize to the group. The Tatot Tots were delicious but a feeble apology. They should have comped our drinks too.
They are really nice in there, but the service was just awful. Just unbelievable slow (bringing drinks, taking order, refilling coffee, you name it). Once the food finally came it was ice cold. If you're going to sit at the bar, or you're a party of 2, it is probably fine (we were a party of 6 and it was about half full on a Sunday).
A bistro type restaurant in a narrow town house, more bar space than dining.we were seated upstairs right by the stairs, and the noise from the bar AND from the dining area was deafening. Drinks took 15 minutes to arrive. Service was otherwise ok. Mussels were terrific, great sauce and beautifully cooked. Fish of the day was tuna, with hummus and olives, could have been a bit more rare and better seasoned.
Regi's was recommended to us, and we went there for dinner on St. Patrick's Day. We had reservations, and got seated right away, but the place was so packed! It felt OVER-packed! But once we got to our table, I felt a little better. However, my friends and I were hoping for a nice conversation, and it was hard to do that over the drinking crowd. The food was good, but it was a little TOO spicy...I had the Thai noodle bowl and didn't realize it came with so much sriracha...had I known, I would have asked for that on the side. But overall, it was good and not a bad price. Our waiter did his job, but didn't go above and beyond...I can understand, as it was a pretty raucous crowd. I would give this place another shot.
Delicious! We truly enjoyed our dinner at Regis. The parking in Federal Hill is always terrible and confusing, but there is a garage about 2 blocks away. We were warmly greeted when we came in and were seated immediately. Our waiter, Phil (amazing!), was so great! He gave his recommendations and was very prompt and helpful. I got the fried oysters with blue cheese slaw.. Just perfect. And my husband got a mixture of crab soup with cream of crab soup and he devoured it! For dinner I had the skirt steak with broccoli and sweet potato and my husband had the sea bass. My steak and broccoli were cooked perfectly and my husband almost licked his plate, his was so good.. Lol. I highly recommend Regis, we really enjoyed ourselves.
I went to Regi's with my friend after the Women's March in Washington. The food was great - don't miss the crab cakes - the service was amiable, helpful and friendly (the waiter gave us a free dessert to thank us for marching!). Regi's is not cheap, but not outrageous either. Great food, fun vibe, lovely staff.
We ate at Regi's for the first time during 2017 winter restaurant week. The place was full and noisy. It was difficult to have a conversation due to the noise level. Our server made the experience better, as he was excellent, offering suggestions, and upgrading our wine selection gratis due to our selection being sold out. The appetizer of meatballs was great and filling, enough for two (or extra for take home). The sea bass entrée was excellent, but the chicken Chesapeake was overcooked, dry, and very salty. The bread pudding dessert was good, except for slightly overpowering banana. Overall, a good choice, if you can tolerate a boisterous environment.
While the food was well prepared, my friend's salmon was so small, a bird may not have been satisfied. My food was substituted twice with the waiter not informing me. Coffee was served without cream, and it took waiter 20 minutes to provide it. Table next to ours , sat at the same time had bread and meals 30 minutes before out waiter even provided bread. Service, although with a smile was quite lacks.
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