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Dining Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including our annual Best Restaurants list as well as other great places to eat in the Baltimore area.

Dining Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including our annual Best Restaurants list as well as other great places to eat in the Baltimore area.

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Food Plenty

12250 Clarksville Pike, Clarksville, MD 21029
410-531-0411
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City/County | Howard County
Cuisine | American

Food Plenty serves lunch, and dinner daily. Our menu features traditional and modern comfort food made from scratch using high quality, locally-sourced ingredients, including herbs and vegetables from the Marriner’s working farm, Manor Hill Farm in Ellicott City. The bar echoes this local focus by serving Manor Hill beers, as well as other local beers, wines, and craft cocktails. We proudly feature farms throughout the region and showcase the ingredients they provide for our food and beverages.

Food Plenty’s décor seamlessly blends rustic and modern elements with reclaimed barn wood accented by sliding barn doors, antique-style light fixtures, and a mural of the original Food Plenty Farm where the owners grew up. This collection of local history and delicious food is all located on the second level of the Clarksville Commons, a green and sustainably designed town center.

Our Happy Hour features food and drink specials every Monday through Friday (3p-6p) and our brunch is highlighted by bottomless mimosas and bloody marys, served Saturdays and Sundays (11a-2p). If the weather permits, outside seating is available. Our private rooms are perfect for any size group, so let us make your next event a memorable one.









photos courtesy of Mike Buscher Photography


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