7600 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: No
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Average
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Gift cards are a scam. We got one from a friend in Towson who thought we would be able to use it at a Mo's near us. The front just shows the Mo's logo, but the card is only good at the Towson location. The downtown location didn't even know the cards existed! I tried to talk to the folks in Towson about it, but was told it was my problem. They had their money and didn't care at all that the cards were misleading.
03/26/2011Provided by Citysearch -
First let me start off by saying we drove almost 30 min to get there because there is no longer 1 in Harford Co.(which used to be really good). Well my family and i get there and it took about 20 min to get our drinks after we ordered. They used to keep iced water on the table but i guess not anymore. Any way, the crab dip is excellent. That was the best part of the meal. As for the filet mignon, my poor mom got stuck w a end piece that had grissle all through it. The crab imperial was okay but not what it used to be. It tasted like pure Sherry wine. My soda even tasted funny. My dad asked for old bay twice and never got it and we would have to ask for refills and wait about 15min before getting them. My brother got a burger that tasted horrible and fell apart like powder. Their mash potatoes taste like rot and the waitress gave my mom a plastic knife because she said they ran out of steak knives. After sending her filet back twice, they then gave my mom a very rare, still mooing filet. We then just asked for a box. I thought restaurants were supposed to have chefs not short order cooks? Oh and our bill $220 dollars. Thats right your tip is automatically added in even if the waitress was horrible, and that tip is applied after tax not to the subtotal like its supposed to be. Horrible experience! Will never go back.
03/25/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I cant even give this place one star... the waitress charged my card twice and was not apologetic about the situation. She claimed that the first charge was cancelled but of course when I call my bank I was charged twice. I asked for both a copy of the receipt that was cancelled and she said she ripped it up.... I am a bartender and have been one for years and know that you are not supposed to do that. When I confronted the ignorant manager, he proceeded to call me ""BABY"" ""SWEETHEART""... and tell me that it was cancelled and to wait a few days. Once I had the bank on the phone he told me he wanted to see my bank statement knowing and admitting previously that they had charged me twice. He said he had 5 restaurants and didnt need my money and didnt have to take my money. I am in the process of disputing the charge with my bank. He was an ignorant, arrogant, wanna be business man with no manners, people skills, or common sense. Never have I been treated in such a manner. I advise anyone not to go to any of the locations. Save your money and your credit card the trouble of being charged twice.... thats probably howo he has 5 restaurants... by swiping twice.
05/12/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Mo's was recommended to us the first time we visited Baltimore. My husband is a crab connoisseur, and he has pronounced Mo's the best. He doesn't tend to like crab cakes, but he likes Mo's. While the price is not exactly an amount we would shell out daily to eat, for what they give you, it's definitely worth it.
I don't know what rluery (previous review) expects in crab cakes, but the ones we had were almost all crab; just enough filler to bind the huge chunks of crab meat. I can only speculate he must be associated with an inferior competitor, especially since he's from Baltimore.
We always visit Mo's twice every time we're in the Baltimore area. Their crab legs, crab au gratin, and crab imperial are also superb. Recommend at the highest level!
05/02/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I grew up in Baltimore and know when I have had a decent crabcake and I am able to judges based on proportion of filler to crabmeat and quality of crabmeat used in the crabcake.
Eating at Mo's brought my crabcake experience to a whole new level. It was as though I were eating a muffin made of crackers and old bay with a few pieces of backfin inserted into the middle of this tasteless piece of junk. If not for the few pieces of backfin inserted into the muffin I would say this is probably the worst crapcake I have ever had.
I did not have any of the other items on the menu but I would say avoid the crabcakes. Also added to my check was a 15% gratuity which seemed puzzling since I was only there with one other person. Our bill for 2 orders of crapcakes was around $81 with gratuity, no drinks, desert, or appetizer. What a ripoff. I will never be back at Mo's
12/11/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I am a Pharmacy student and a Certified Pharmacy Technician with my District Manager giving a former Pharmacist a retirement party. The bar was located right when we entered the location to give the guests arriving a chance to get more acquainted. We were placed upstairs in the main dining area because of the amount of guests that we had invited and this was perfect. The atmosphere was just what we needed to keep the party in high spirits. The staff was very cooperative with us and didn't hesitate to keep us satisfied. I had an evening that I will never forget, neither will the Pharnacist that was retiring. She still talks about that evening. We visited the location of President Street. I've gone back several times to the carry-out section and order occasionally through faxes on my job and the quality and service is still great! Keep up the good work.