The Trolley Stop is a requirement if you are hungry and near Ellicot City. Food is not only excellent but quantity is enormous. The BLT and the Italian Cold Cut sandwich were easily enough to share I cannot recommend this place high enough.
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The room has very low ceilings and therefore a bit noisy. Add that there are TVs on and we were seated close to the bar instead of where we asked did not help. I ordered the shrimp pasta special. It arrived with about 1 1/2...More
This restaurant is probably a good lunch place; it's dinner was extremely disappointing. I sent my Prime Rib 'special' back to the kitchen because it was not Prime Rib. It was returned to me with the message that "it's the end piece." It looked and...More
Food was overall disappointing. Not much flavor to the chicken sandwich and the over-sized baguette was tasteless. The marinara sauce for dipping mozzarella sticks had an odd taste. The crab dip was ok, but perhaps tasted good only because we were so hungry. The building...More
We just went this past Saturday and we're pleasantly surprised. From the outside we weren't sure what to expect. When we went it we were taken back in time to a small town restaurant with locals sitting all around. Not the prettiest place but friendly...More
I haven't been in a while, but I love their french onion soup and kind of classic menu. It's great for lunch or dinneer.
Lot's of History in this little town.First time at the Trolley Stop and wasn't impressed by the breakfast we had.Asked for crispy bacon and got rubber bacon!! French toast was thin as paper and needed some cinnamon and powder sugar!! The only thing that helped...More
This is a small, but vintage restaurant in Ellicott City. It is the favorite Ellicott City restaurant of our family who live in Columbia. We completely agree with them as Ellicott City is a favorite stop when we visit the area. We ate there for...More
We stopped along the Patasco River which was what attracted the earlliest Ellicotts to set up business here - at a time very isolated from Baltimore. The earliest stone house was not far away, walking distance. We ate at the trolley stop because of historic...More
I would say that the Trolley Stop has average food, but it is often good old comfort food. I like going there for an old fashioned breakfast the most. It also has a bar. You can get a good grilled cheese sandwich there, too. It...More