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Boulevard Diner located in Dundalk, MD
11/15/2011 10:17:02 PM 7 Comments

Boulevard Diner

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1660 Merritt Boulevard Dundalk, MD 21222
(410) 285-8660

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    David28377
    6/15/2015 10:56:43 AM
    I really enjoyed my meal here also. The Sicilian sandwich is the real deal. Easy access off the Baltimore Beltline. The place is worth the visit.
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    he~~~@~~~hoo.com
    5/25/2014 10:37:42 AM
    This diner is my favorite place to eat in the entire state of Maryland!!! You can get great seafood, American comfort food, Salads, Greek food, Italian food, Asian and Cajun, fresh baked desserts and ice cream, alcoholic beverages etc. The menu choices are amazing! I love coming here to get together with an old friend just to catch up and chit chat and pick out a dessert from the case and have some coffee. My favorites are the Crab Fluffs, Gyro's and Chilli with the works! I LOVE THE BOULEVARD DINER!
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    AdmiralSpock
    2/8/2014 12:09:47 AM
    Let me start by saying that I've met the owners myself -- they're longtime friends of my father -- and trust me when I say that I was a bit wary when I was invited to eat at the Boulevard last month. You know how it can be: you're worried that you might not like the food, but you don't want to be rude by refusing or saying you don't like something, especially since it was on their dime. Well, it turns out I didn't have to worry at all. The food was phenomenal. Regarding the famous (or infamous) "Yia-yia's grapeleaves" -- I'm Greek on my dad's side, so I grew up with dolmathes (stuffed grapeleaves) made by my own yia-yia. Every Greek family has their own recipe, and typically we don't like any version but the one we're raised on. So when I tasted Yia-yia Anastasia's recipe, I was shocked that I liked them. They really were something special. For my entrée, I got the crab ravioli, and it's really to die for. The rose sauce is rich, the ravioli are cooked perfectly, and the chunks of crab meat are MASSIVE. The desserts are heavenly too, and made by an in-house pastry chef who really knows what he's doing. (I recommend the cheesecake or the coconut cream pie.) My family and I ate there again tonight, and while the (gigantic) menu is a bit on the pricey side for a diner, it's certainly worth every penny since it far surpasses traditional diner fare.
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    Jess
    9/23/2012 7:31:37 PM
    I was just at this place and had yia yia's grape leaves and they were fantastic! my husband was hesitant in trying it at first because it was something new but he loved it as well!! I also had the sour beef and dumplings. It had lots of flavor! Both sweet and sour. I will be going back there again to try out other things. The prices are not too bad. For two people I spent $33.00. an appetizer and two entrées.
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    KittyKat
    2/28/2012 8:25:19 PM
    Tony H, I don't know you are talking about. First, YiaYia's grape leaves have been on the menu about as long as the diner has been open AND they are about the best that I have ever tasted.  They are made fresh and not canned like so many other places.  Guy said on the show that they were the best he has ever tasted...are you questioning his palate?  Second, the menu is NOT overpriced at all AND is probably the BEST diner in the area since it has amazing desserts and menu items that are not found in a "dime a dozen diner."  This place is well worth the visit and very deserving of being featured on the show.  Ignore Tony, he must be associated with a place that will never be featured on Diners Driveins and Dives...don't be sour grapes Tony.  The Boulevard Diner is WELL worth the visit and very deserving of their feature on the show...YUM YUM I wish I could eat there right now!!!
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    Tony H
    2/10/2012 2:01:14 PM
    Guy lost a lot of credit with me on this one. This place is right near my house. It is a standard diner that are a dime a dozen in MD. They all offer the same menu of overpriced items. The Yia Yia's stuffed grape leafs? Huh? Just put on the menu prior to the filming. The whole menu just got the TV revamp. Really poor scouting by the DD&D staff. If you want a basic burger and fries diner experience, this place is for you, but nothing special here.
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    Tony H
    2/10/2012 2:00:03 PM
    Guy lost a lot of credit with me on this one. This place is right near my house. It is a standard diner that are a dime a dozen in MD. They all offer the same menu of overpriced items. The Yia Yia's stuffed grape leafs? Huh? Just put on the menu prior to the filming. The whole menu just got the TV revamp. Really poor scouting by the DD&D staff. If you want a basic burger and fries diner experience, this place is for you, but nothing special here.

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