Federal Hill is best known for its bar scene, and there’s no denying on a Friday or Saturday night that the streets are filled with young adults trying to get their ‘drink on.’ And it’s not uncommon to see people waiting in line for around 20 minutes to get into one of the more popular bars, Stalking Horse. While I’m not a fan of Stalking Horse as a bar, I can say that they have pretty awesome pub grub.
A friend and I were in the mood for some wings and other greasy food so we decided to get lunch at one of the bars. After strolling down cross street, we spotted the menu for Stalking Horse and more than a few things caught our eye so we decided to pop in.
The main reason we went into Stalking Horse was for the Buffalo Chicken Eggrolls. Unfortunately, they did not deliver. The buffalo chicken was a little dry and bland, they needed significantly more hot sauce to give them more flavor.
The next thing we ordered was the Boneless Wings. We chose the honey BBQ flavor which tasted like a traditional BBQ sauce. These were good, your traditional boneless wings.
We also shared a basket of the Loaded Fries. Stalking Horse had many options and they each looked delicious (such as buffalo chicken fries) but we decided to go with the more traditional cheese and bacon fries and these were delicious. Sometimes places skimp on the cheese and bacon, or only cover the top layer of fries. But these had cheese and bacon everywhere and were delicious. A little bit on the salty side but overall we were satisfied with our order.
Next time we head over to Stalking Horse for some pub grub, we want to try a bunch of other options on the menu. They had delicious sounding items like Doritos Nachos and a few other buffalo chicken things I wouldn’t mind trying.
Stalking Horse is located at 26 E Cross St., Federal Hill, MD.
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Categories: American Food, Federal Hill, Pub Grub
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