Celebrated my Daughters 40th birthday with her Husband and 6 year old daughter. Made reservations for Saturday Brunch. The restaurant is on ground floor of the Baltimore Art Museum. There’s a coat rack available so you won’t need to struggle with bulky winter coats. The Greeter is warm and friendly. The menu includes options for all. It has kid friendly choices. There’s an area which features unique cushioned seating. My 6 year old Granddaughter and other children enjoyed sitting there. That area also had 18x18 beautifully decorated pillows placed to aid in seating comfort. Crab cakes are excellent. I love fried oysters, and these do not disappoint. Fresh and Scrumptious. Orange juice is fresh squeezed. Did I mention tables are white table cloth covered. But no worries with kids because there is a white paper covering on top. The noise level is what you’d expect for brunch. You can hear each other but not guests at other tables. The service is excellent. Attention to detail is shown with the filling of water glasses and topping off of coffee. When asked about menu items, the server explained or got further information and promptly relayed to us. I know I will have to return to try more menu items. It’s well worth driving from Gaithersburg to Baltimore to experience Gertrude’s over and over again.
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