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“Amazing Brunch”

Cinnamon Tree Restaurant
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Ranked #9 of 29 Restaurants in Hunt Valley
Price range: US$ 25 - US$ 40
Description: The newly re-imagined Cinnamon Tree Restaurant - located at Hunt Valley Inn, a Wyndham Grand - continues the legacy of this lively dining destination for area residents and hotel guests alike. The exciting signature dining option offers inventive cuisine, creative cocktails and buzz-worthy special events. Cinnamon Tree is a comfortably sophisticated destination for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The main dining room celebrates the union of rustic and contemporary with touches that include dramatic glass link chandeliers, tables of dark wood, tufted banquettes and dining chairs covered in velvety smooth fabrics, in addition to walls featuring custom millwork that hint at Baltimore's equestrian history. A menu of American classics boasts contemporary twists in preparation techniques and seasonally-driven influences. Breakfast offerings are a balance of light and traditional fare and include energy-boosting fruit smoothies, Egg White Frittata with Spinach and Tomato, and a Pecan Waffle with Maple Syrup and Whipped Butter. Classic Maryland staples dot the lunch menu, including She Crab Soup, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail and a signature Crab Cake Sandwich on a Brioche Bun. For dinner, Chef D'Costa serves signature dishes including the Classic Wedge Salad, Fresh Salmon Carpaccio and Arugula Salad and Maryland Surf & Turf with Filet Mignon and Crab Cake. Craft beer, signature cocktails and a robust wine list complement the kitchen's menu.
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Description: The newly re-imagined Cinnamon Tree Restaurant - located at Hunt Valley Inn, a Wyndham Grand - continues the legacy of this lively dining destination for area residents and hotel guests alike. The exciting signature dining option offers inventive cuisine, creative cocktails and buzz-worthy special events. Cinnamon Tree is a comfortably sophisticated destination for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The main dining room celebrates the union of rustic and contemporary with touches that include dramatic glass link chandeliers, tables of dark wood, tufted banquettes and dining chairs covered in velvety smooth fabrics, in addition to walls featuring custom millwork that hint at Baltimore's equestrian history. A menu of American classics boasts contemporary twists in preparation techniques and seasonally-driven influences. Breakfast offerings are a balance of light and traditional fare and include energy-boosting fruit smoothies, Egg White Frittata with Spinach and Tomato, and a Pecan Waffle with Maple Syrup and Whipped Butter. Classic Maryland staples dot the lunch menu, including She Crab Soup, Jumbo Shrimp Cocktail and a signature Crab Cake Sandwich on a Brioche Bun. For dinner, Chef D'Costa serves signature dishes including the Classic Wedge Salad, Fresh Salmon Carpaccio and Arugula Salad and Maryland Surf & Turf with Filet Mignon and Crab Cake. Craft beer, signature cocktails and a robust wine list complement the kitchen's menu.
Reviewed 1 May 2017

There were so many choices for brunch. The food was delicious. It was crowded but then, why wouldn't it be because everything was so good and I would assume word gets around. They even had a children's buffet where the kids could decorate their own cupcakes.

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Reviewed 11 April 2017 via mobile

We had a prefixed Valentine's Day dinner with champagne. It was really nice, the food was good and service was great. Will definitely visit again.

Thank Katrina P
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Reviewed 2 February 2017

Took my wife out for Baltimore County Restaurant Week. We had a delightful casual lunch at the Cinnamon Tree Restaurant in the Hunt Valley Inn. We had the She Cream of Crab soup wit cosini. A very nice soup well balanced. My wife had a Club sandwich that could have fed two people. I had a Crab Cake sandwich. Desert was a very good cheese cake. The food was very good, service excellent, and atmosphere casual and relaxed. There were a couple small groups staying at the Inn eating luch and a few what appeared business lunches. I highly recommend this eatery.

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Reviewed 1 February 2017

Waiters/Waitresses courteous & friendly. Food is delicious. Breakfast buffet is good, as well as the omelet bar

Thank sweetcheekz30
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Reviewed 11 January 2017

Was there for a Christmas Day dinner. The room is actually attractive and extremely inviting, more appropriate for a considerably more upscale hotel than this property. That's the good news. But the staff, although mostly friendly, were so amateurish it was actually funny. Several of my party ordered gin and tonics to start. After 5 minutes, the server returns and asks if we would like ice with our G&Ts. (Does anyone drink a G&T neat??). Several of our group selected the "traditional" turkey dinner from the special fixed price menu. The menu proudly went into great detail over the contents of the special stuffing. Turkey dinners arrive, no stuffing. At all. On any of them. We point this out to the server, who looks bewildered but returns to the kitchen. Ten minutes later, 4 large plates appear with a mound of stuffing on each. No comment, no apology. Was actually tempted to ask the chef to come out so we could "compliment" him/her.

If I were a guest at the hotel, I might give this place a try simply due to convenience and the quite attractive dining room. However would not make a special trip there for a meal.

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