Dougie's Dishes Up Unique Barbecue Options

The newest kosher restaurant in Pikesville has a varied menu featuring grilled meats, salads, burgers and pasta.

Restaurant: Dougie's Bar-B-Que & Grill

Address: 600 Reisterstown Road, Pikesville 21208

Phone: 410-368-4437

Hours: 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Thursday and Sunday. Closed Friday, and open two hours after Shabbat on Saturday, until 11 p.m.

If you're interested in ribs, burgers and beef, buffalo wings and barbecue, one of Pikesville's new restaurants—Dougie's Bar-B-Que and Grill has all that—and it's all kosher.

Pikesville's newest kosher restaurant is now open for business at the Pikesville Plaza building.

I took along a companion to test out the latest in dining fare.

The menu had options from sandwiches, pasta, wraps, burgers, chicken, grilled meats and salads.

I chose the Mediterranean lamb burger with barbecue sauce, and baked potato for $14.95.

The barbecue sauce and burger were delicious. I enjoyed the Mediterranean seasonings and especially the grilled taste.

I recommend it. However, if you prefer a warm or toasted bun, make sure to order it that way. Mine came a bit cooler than room temperature.

The baked potato came with margarine, and I opted for water to drink since there was no sugar-free teas, including hot tea—or coffee.

The waiter said hot beverages are not yet available at the restaurant, because the restaurant opened only last week.

So far, their drinks are all from cans and bottles, including Coca-Cola products, Snapple and Nestea.

My dining companion had the pastrami sandwich on a roll, from the "Overstuffed Deli" section of the menu.

She said she was surprised that the sandwich came with barbecue sauce. The take-out menu we got doesn't mention the addition of sauce.

The sandwich came on a role. On the side were cole slaw, pickle slices and veggies to add, including tomato, onion and romaine lettuce.

She said she would rate the sandwich a two out of five—if five is best.

I checked handicapped parking and found only one space behind the building, but none on the street.

There's still more to try, though, from the half glazed barbecue chicken for $12.95, to pasta with grilled vegetables and chicken for $15.95. There's also a 16-ounce rib steak for $26.95.


Due to a typographical error, this article originally misstated the restaurant's hours. Patch regrets the error.

Barry Goldsmith January 10, 2012 at 01:48 PM
i have tried Dougie's a few times too, and I've been nothing but pleased. The 16 oz steak is well worth the $26, and their burgers are consistently fresh and juicy, every time. As far as parking, I used the underground garage underneath the restaurant (the entrance is just beyond the restaurant on Milford Mill ave) and there were plenty of spaces for Handicap parking...
Janet Metzner January 10, 2012 at 03:48 PM
Barry, thanks for posting this review. It's definitely helpful. Since I had never visited the building, I wasn't sure about all the parking options, and I'm glad to hear there are more, especially for handicapped spaces. I thought there must be! And it's good to know that the steak is good, too. We were both wondering about that. Does anyone else have a dish to recommend?


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