Bistro 300, Hyatt Regency Hotel, 300 Light St., (410) 0...

DINING OUT-THE CRITIC'S REPORT

December 12, 1992|By ELIZABETH LARGE | ELIZABETH LARGE,Restaurant Critic

Bistro 300, Hyatt Regency Hotel, 300 Light St., (410) 0) 528-1234.

Bistro 300, Hyatt Regency Hotel, 300 Light St., (410) 528-1234. This is what in another hotel might be a coffee shop, but in the Hyatt is a full-fledged informal restaurant. What lured us in was the promise of a Greek menu composed entirely of good mezedes, or appetizers. You could choose one of them as a first course, or order lots of dishes and make a meal of them with a bottle of Greek wine. By now, the Hyatt may have changed its special menu to another foreign cuisine. (Spanish food was featured, for instance, during the Olympics.) Or, if you prefer, you can get straight American fare. $$ -- moderate. (Last reviewed 11/92.)

Treehouse, 9926 York Road, Cockeysville. (410) 628-2190

Treehouse, 9926 York Road, Cockeysville. (410) 628-2190. The Treehouse is one of those restaurants every neighborhood needs. It's the place where you can get a decent sandwich and a beer, homemade soup and something a little fancier like a crab cake dinner if you feel like splurging. Unassuming. Quiet. (Of course, maybe it's only quiet on a Sunday night, which is when we were there.) Nice waitress. Modest check. You can't go wrong ordering a hamburger, and the steamed shrimp were outstanding. Maybe you wouldn't travel across town to eat in what's basically a sports bar, but if you're in the neighborhood, give it a try. $$ -- moderate. (Last reviewed 11/92.)

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