Broadway Diner


6501 Eastern Ave Baltimore, MD 21224
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What dish did Guy Fieri eat on the show?

Comments (11)

  • Posted by David28377June 15, 2015

    Visited here on my way north last week. It very accessible from I95. The service was fast and friendly. The reuben was great. I enjoyed everything about this place. Definitely a repeat visit for me.

  • Posted by pmedicJanuary 29, 2014

    I have eaten here 3 times in the past 2 years.The goulash is excellent. Eggs, scrapple and grits are as you would expect them to be. Last time i was there was about 4 months ago and i had the chicken parmigiana sandwich , it was good but nothing special.If you are ever traveling up or down I95 this is a great stop right off the HWY.

  • Posted by [email protected]February 03, 2012

    We loved this place, the service was great and the Seafood Festival was awesome. The desserts made in the bakery below were "wicked" good. We will be back the next time we leave New England for the DC area.

  • Posted by Denise and ChetOctober 16, 2011

    We have been going to the Broadway diner at least once a week since it opened. The thought of going somewhere else rarely crosses our mind. The food may be a little on the pricey side but is always great and the portions are large. Give it a try.

  • Posted by BrunchmeisterJune 16, 2011

    I walked in and told the waitress that I had riden my Harley on HWY 50 from California to have the Broadway Festival that Guy had featured on the show. It was not served at this time of day, but she said, "I know the chef in the kitchen, I'll see waht i can do". The meal started with there special bread that was to die for. The tomato brisk soup was filled with crab and flavor. Then the main course. It was just as advertised, fantastic. As we were about to leave, our waitress told us that the owner and chef, George wanted to meet us. We thanked him and had our picture taken with him. There was not a single thing I could to criticize. Don't miss this place.

  • Posted by RonnieJanuary 27, 2011

    Well, my wife saw the sea food dish on triple "D" so we drove out to the Broadway Diner during our last visit to DC form CA.  The food was just okay and quiet honestly we were a bit disappointed, but we made the best of our adventure.  I listened to Guy and he did say for a good meal come to etc., etc.  It wasn't bad; it just looked better than it was for us.

  • Posted by AnonymousNovember 04, 2010

    I love everything about the Broadway Diner.  I have been there about 6 times - always great!

  • Posted by Greg October 17, 2010

    Food is OK at best.  We did not have the meal featured in the video.  Too much and expensive for me and my wallet.  Not much competition for diner in the area (I'm a Baltimore native).  Getting INTO the parking lot is a challenge.  As you can see from the map above, it's less than a quarter mile WEST of northbound I-95 (Eastern Ave exit).  It's at the SE corner of Eastern and Kane Street.  Going WB on Eastern, one has to make a LH turn (south) on Kane, the STOP in the middle of the street to make another LH turn to get into the parking lot.  There is another entrance, but one has to be EB on Eastern Ave to use it.  No U-turns at the light.  You can chance it, but I don't.  That intersection is WAY too busy most hours of the day. 

  • Posted by AnonymousSeptember 16, 2010

    This place was horrible at best....very disappointing that it is even on this website.  My friend had a monte cristo which was barely a toasted cheese sandwich with turkey on it and I had a burger that was supposed to be seasoned and it was....with dog food.  On a positive note the place had good fries.

  • Posted by larryJuly 10, 2010

    Excellent food. With parking a premium in Baltimore, plenty of spaces here. Fast curtious staff and well worth the price. Go with the seafood Broadway Festival. Superb!

  • Posted by JeremyMarch 01, 2010

    Some friends and I went on a little road trip to Baltimore to check the city out and try some of the places we've seen on shows like Triple D.  This was one of the stops, and it was great.  The service was quick, the food was great, and it had a good diner atmosphere.  The only knock on it for us was that when we asked for more water it didn't come that quickly and we had to flag down a waiter to ask again, but that probably isn't typical.  I had a rib and crab cake dinner.  The ribs were simply falling-off-the-bone delicious, and the crab cake had the biggest chunks of crab I had ever seen in a crab cake.  The fries were very good, but the other sides were fairly run-of-the mill.  I would definitely go back again if I'm in Baltimore.

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