Delicious food and great atmosphere! A very relaxed environment and perfect service. Worth the effort.
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Let’s start with saying I just loved the Dabney. It was a bit odd getting there through the alleys. But they open up into a hipster courtyard area with a few restaurants and street art. The restaurant is the perfect picture of rustic chic. Open...More
With food sourced from the Mid-Atlantic states The Dabney has a wide variety of delicious, original small plates. Among our favorites; scallop crudo, fried Chesapeake sugar toads, Autumn Olive Farms Pork and Seylou Pain Au Levaine Tartine. Their open kitchen, featuring a roaring wood fire,...More
So I have eaten in many cities, New York, Paris and Los Angeles and this was by far one of the worst meals of my life. I had several courses including dessert and kept hoping that there would be some glimmer of hope in the...More
We come here often, because it's just so good. We were warmly greeted, as always, and our server, Alana, was friendly and efficient. The food was fantastic--sweet potato rolls with fried catfish (always), crab, clam succotash, amazing eggplant dip, peach tartine and the very tadty...More
This gem of a restaurant is tucked away in an "alley", but worth finding. The restaurant is relatively small, but makes up with food and beverages that are inventive and fresh. We indulged in numerous small dishes from grilled vegetables, oysters, scallop crudo, soft shell...More
Interesting morsels and cocktails, cool space, excellent service and great crowd every time I go. Highly recommend.
I ate here over 1 year ago (June 2017) and just forgot to post a review but I still remember the meal- it was that good. I ate here with a business associate on a business trip. The restaurant is nice, not elegant but nice....More
When we visited the Dabney on a Saturday we didn’t have reservations (recommended) so we ate at the Bar. Max (known to his mother as Maxwell) was our bartender and server. He made the best Old Fashioned with Pikesville Rye. For starters we had the...More
The Dabney’s decor is warm and chic, showing taste, imagination and an appreciation of palette. The entrance, even once found, speaks of mystery and illusion. Is this it? Can it be? Is it a garage, a shed or the front for a speakeasy? Within, elegance...More