Boston Market #2729: "Eat-In, Drive Through or Deliver" Gambrills Restaurant Tip by grandmaR

Gambrills Restaurants: 4 reviews and 13 photos

  Side of Boston Market showing drive through car-R
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  • Side of Boston Market showing drive through car-R - Gambrills
      Side of Boston Market showing drive through car-R
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  • Half a pulled chicken BBQ - Gambrills
      Half a pulled chicken BBQ
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  • Counter inside - Gambrills
      Counter inside
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  • Sign from inside the restaurant - Gambrills
      Sign from inside the restaurant
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  • Side of mac & cheese - Gambrills
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I first became aware of Boston Chicken about 10 years ago. It is a kind of a cross between a chain cafeteria and a fast food place. Shortly after I saw the first Boston Chicken, they changed their name to Boston Market.

You can eat in the restaurant, but the food is marketed for you to get a whole dinner and then take it home to eat.

For Thanksgiving, they have a series of Banquets for 12 that includes turkey, ham or chicken, two vegetables and rolls and you can add extras.

Favorite Dish: We stopped for lunch at the one Boston Market that is in Gambrills in a building that used to be a Roy Rogers and it has a drive-in but this is the only one I've seen like that

I love all the vegetables that are available here - it is hard to choose but in this case Bob and I both had the pulled chicken BBQ sandwich. He just got the sandwich for $6.29, but I got the combo for $8.58 which included one side and a drink. I got green tea to drink.

Address: 1070 Route 3 North, Gambrills, MD 21054
Comparison: less expensive than average
Directions: In the middle of Route 3
Phone: 410-451-8390
Price: less than US$10
Rating: 3
Theme: American
Website: http://www.bostonmarket.com/locations/locate?street=&city=&state=MD&zip=&x=79&y=8

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Nov 6, 2011
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