Restaurant Makes Owings Mills A Dining Destination: Report
OWINGS MILLS, MD – A restaurant in the Metro Centre is going to “put Owings Mills on the map,” the head chef told The Baltimore Sun recently.
Head chef John Creger, who leads the team at The Tillery, said the restaurant inside the new Owings Mills Marriott aims to bring a type of dining to the area that has not existed, the newspaper reported.
The Tillery opened in December and features upscale American cuisine, with dishes like honey smoked salmon, roasted beet salad, pappardelle bolognese and crème brûlée on the menu.
It also has its own IPA, called Till The Mill, made by 1623 Brewing Company of Eldersburg. And the restaurant uses honey for its recipes from the nearby business Honey House, according to Baltimore Style. Seating includes a range from couches to tables to a private dining room, the magazine reported.
Due to the restaurant’s growing popularity, Creger recommended making reservations.