Permanently Closed - Cask & Grain Kitchen

4.4
191 reviews
icon/ic_price_rangeCreated with Sketch.
$30 and under
icon/ic_cuisineCreated with Sketch.
American
Top tags:
  • Neighbourhood Gem
  • Creative Cuisine
  • Local Ingredients

Restaurants you may also likeView all

About

This restaurant is permanently closed. Cask & Grain Kitchen is a neighborhood restaurant in the heart of Canton from owner Steve Roop and Chef/Owner Paul Hajewski. The cuisine is focused on the seasonality of the Delmarva region and East Coast. Inspired by the roots of the local culture and modern American, ingredient driven cooking.
Dining Style
Casual Dining
icon/ic_cuisineCreated with Sketch.
Cuisines
American
icon/ic_clockCreated with Sketch.
Hours of Operation
Dinner: Daily: 5.00pm - 10.00pm
icon/ic_phoneCreated with Sketch.
Phone number
(443) 948-5576
icon/ic_new_windowCreated with Sketch.
icon/ic_paymentCreated with Sketch.
Payment Options
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
icon/ic_dress_codeCreated with Sketch.
Dress Code
Business Casual
icon/ic_locationCreated with Sketch.
icon/ic_neighborhoodCreated with Sketch.
Neighbourhood
icon/ic_cross_streetCreated with Sketch.
Cross Street
O'Donnell St and S. Streeper St
Additional
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
What 191 People Are SayingWrite a review
Overall ratings and reviews
4.4based on recent ratings
4.4
Food
4.6
Service
4.7
Ambience
4.2
Value
Noise · Moderate
100% of people would recommend it to a friend
5
4
3
2
1
Sort by
Newest
Filters
4.0Dined on May 20, 2018

Little expensive and a small menu

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on May 20, 2018

Wonderful experience! Food was excellent and my family thoroughly enjoyed their meals for Sunday brunch! We will definitely return.

Report
Helpful
3.0Dined on May 11, 2018

The food was very bland, it could use some garlic and salt in the dishes that we ordered and the ambiance was great but the service was okay. We didn’t feel as special as we typically do when we go to restaurants. Never going there again. Very dry kinds of people.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on April 29, 2018

First time here and loved it! The food was AMAZING! Creative dishes all from local farms. Great idea to have farm to table right here in Canton instead of usual crappy bar food. Can't wait to go back and take more people.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on April 28, 2018

All 4 of us thought food, service, and atmosphere (we could hear each other talk) was outstanding!

Report
Helpful
4.0Dined on April 21, 2018

Food is good. It can be a bit pricey and the menu is limited, which deters me from frequenting more often.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on April 10, 2018

Great food, service, and ambiance.

Report
Helpful
3.0Dined on April 7, 2018

3rd time visiting C&G...creme of mussel soup was average to start...quail dish was good...tuna was good as always...decent wine selection...very good service...only concern is lack of change and direction in menu...only 1 or 2 new dishes since opening...need to mix it up a little to keep things fresh...

Report
Helpful
3.0Dined on April 7, 2018

The presentation of the food was beautiful, but we were immediately sick after.
The Royal Orleans was pungent and undesirable. We asked for it to be cleared from the table.

The cheese plate was fantastic. The rest we would not order again.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on April 5, 2018

Cask & Grain is the hidden gem of Canton. I went there for a casual evening, and the service could not have been better. The waiter was extremely helpful and gave great recommendations for their menu. Our food was amazing, and despite being initially hesitant due to their small menu, I was not disappointed by anything. I will definitely be going again!

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on March 31, 2018

Birthday dinner ! Great service!

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on March 24, 2018

We have really enjoyed Cask and Grain three times now. The atmosphere is lovely, service outstanding and knowledgeable, and the food is creative and delicious. We especially like the cheese plate, and for entrees, the pork collar (very tender and tasty) and the tuna with peppercorns.

Report
Helpful
4.0Dined on March 16, 2018

Food was good, but not great. Service was good, atmosphere was nice. Overall pretty good experience, but not pressed to go back.

I had the steak, which was perfectly cooked, but a little too cool (borderline send it back cause it's cold). But, it was tasty with the chimichurri sauce. The scallops were very good as well, but both dishes were a little flat (lots of savory, but not much to break it up). The beet salad was refreshing and perfect. The mussel bisque didn't quite come together, there was a sweet sherry taste that was a little too pronounced and made the base a little too sweet. We also had excellent raw oysters. So, overall a bit mixed food-wise, but we're extremely picky about food, so take it with a grain of salt.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on March 11, 2018

First dining experience at Cask and Grain and I would definitely return. The food was excellent, the staff was so friendly and knowledgeable of their menu. A superb dining experience.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on March 4, 2018

Wonderful meals at the Cask and Grain. They were a bit late in seating us but we had a lovely time at the bar while we waited. Delicious bison steak and date cake! Would certainly come again.

Report
Helpful
3.0Dined on March 3, 2018

There were four of us. Three enjoyed their dinners. Two had tuna and one had chicken. The fourth person got the pork collar which was fatty. We got the ice cream for dessert. We were told it was homemade. It was delicious. Some of the items on the menu did not appeal to me. Would have been nice if they served bread.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on March 3, 2018

You can't go wrong here. My wife and I shared the scallops, and short rib this time. I learned a long time ago to not pay too much attention to the details on the menu and simply trust the chef here. Has caused me to step out of my comfort zone and enjoy some absolutely incredible meals. Staff is great, a unique setting, first rate across the board.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on February 25, 2018

Fantastic! From start to finish. The food, atmosphere, wait staff. Exceptional...we’ll be back!

Report
Helpful
3.0Dined on February 25, 2018

Food was well executed and both steak and seafood dishes were interesting and had good flavor.
The service was not good. Two waitresses were waiting on us yet no one ever refilled out glasses. It took forever to get the check.

Report
Helpful
2.0Dined on February 18, 2018

I was disappointed. The prices were high, the servings small. I had the short rib which was one small rib. My husband ordered the cavatelli which was small enough to be an appetizer. It was not on the appetizer menu however. It was a vegan entree. Basically, we left still hungry.

Report
Helpful
4.0Dined on February 18, 2018

Great brunch with a girlfriend! It was a little light, but I’m definitely a big eater.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on February 14, 2018

We decided to have our Valentine's dinner there. The service and food was great. I had the pork collar and my wife had the short ribs. Both dishes were delicious. Compliments to the chef! Definitely will return for another dine in evening .

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on February 11, 2018

Very intimate dining with great food and service. A nice little gem in the Canton area.

Report
Helpful
4.0Dined on February 11, 2018

After reading Open Table reviews I decided it was worth a try even though some reviews were negative. My wife and I thought the wines by the glass were very good and inexpensive. We started with the cream of mussel soup and it was seasoned just right and not too creamy. The mussels were delicious and didn't encounter a single bad mussel. The stuffed quail paired well with the mushrooms and sauce. The seared scallops were large and were perfectly cooked. The service was excellent! The only negative was the pear cobbler with a very doughy top crust and fruit a bit too sweet. We would definitely return.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on February 10, 2018

Food was delicious!

Report
Helpful
3.0Dined on February 9, 2018

Ate dinner here over the weekend. It was a “destination” dinner as we chose to drive from Homeland to Canton. 40 minutes, with traffic. If you live very close to this restaurant, I’d say give it a try. Certainly a creative menu that sounded right up our alley. Execution on the other hand was a bit lacking. Food overall was just very ok. If traveling 40 minutes to eat, go to Gnocco.

Report
Helpful
4.0Dined on February 4, 2018

Our group of 6 enjoyed a delicious brunch: spelt pancakes, shaved salmon with dill cream, a magnificent shrimp frittata, & great shirred eggs, yummy scrapple perfectly cooked. The only dish nobody liked was the s'mores French toast: TOO rich, the chocolate took over. Service couldn't have been better. We'd go back in a heartbeat.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on February 3, 2018

Went here for a early dinner. Interior was nice, and food and desert were nice.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on February 2, 2018

Good service. Great food. Can’t wait to go back.

Report
Helpful
4.0Dined on January 27, 2018

We had dinner there on a Saturday night before going to the theatre. The food was GREAT, so was the service (our waitress Cara was extremely knowledgeable about the food & the restaurant, very welcoming, & a lot of fun.) All the other staff was attentive, pleasant, & helpful. The ambience was cozy & enjoyable, both upstairs & down. We'll be back again soon.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on January 23, 2018

Birthday dinner for 4 people. Arrived early, had drink at bar waiting for others. Never rushed to table. Restaurant week menu satisfied each of us, but could order from other menu. Dinner was delicious. Enjoyable evening.

Report
Helpful
4.0Dined on January 20, 2018

We had a great meal and excellent service. The entire staff was super friendly and attentive.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on January 19, 2018

Great spot! We went for the first time as part of Restaurant Week. Everything we had was amazing, especially the Warm Banana Bread Pudding (noms!). The ambiance was great, nice and cozy. Drinks were creative and delicious. Overall, an excellent time.

Report
Helpful
3.0Dined on January 19, 2018

To be fair it’s restaurant week so I understand this is not their traditional menu. I had the pork sparerib that was excellent however my friend got the monkfish that was extremely over cooked. For dessert we ordered the bittersweet chocolate that was just ok and the bread pudding that was disappointing only because it’s not served warm.

Report
Helpful
4.0Dined on January 19, 2018

Overall I thought Cask and Grain had a nice vibe and good food. I came in for restaurant week and it seems as though they were not quite used to the volume this event generated as I had to wait 30 mins at the bar after showing up on time for my dinner reservation. However, I would try them out again.

Report
Helpful
4.0Dined on January 19, 2018

The food here was terrific. The service was a bit rushed, with the courses coming out quite quickly, and some pressure to get out the door. it was also quite cold, which did not make lingering all that desirable.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on January 19, 2018

Great food during Restaurant week. Good choices to makes us want to return again. Service was favuko

Report
Helpful
4.0Dined on January 14, 2018

Farm to table fresh stands out at Cask and grain. Garnished and sides are always a treat! Grilled oyster appetizer with feta and condiments is excellent. Monk fish and sausage dish was also a great combination. Cream of mussel soup and pierogis were not selected this time, but we’ll be back for these favorite menu items.

Report
Helpful
5.0Dined on January 13, 2018

My husband and I have been here twice now and both times have been outstanding.

Report
Helpful
4.0Dined on January 13, 2018

Went for restaurant week. The food was good but not amazing. Drinks were tasty. Service was very good. Overall it was a fun night but for the price you can find better food in Baltimore.

Report
Helpful
1
2
3
5