Food News: Glory Days Grill Adds New Menu Items

Glory Days Grill has added 12 new items to their menu.  Glory Days Grill is a family-oriented American bar and grill with several locations in the Maryland/Virginia area.  The first restaurant opened on April 16, 1996 in Burke, VA.  Their theme is based on the history of sports as can be seen by the unique sports memorabilia on the walls.  They have 25 televisions where they broadcast live sporting events, classic sports moments, news and entertainment that you can watch as you dine.  The Glory Days menu includes a variety of  scrumptious items from BBQ ribs, steaks, chicken, seafood to pastas and crisp salads.  They also have amazing desserts. 

Glory Days GrillThe new menu items:

APPETIZERS :

WING SAUCES

NEW Buffalo Style Hot – Even hotter than before.

NEW Recipe Tany Asian- Sesame-Ginger Glazed

NEW Loaded Fries – Seasoned fries topped with homemade queso cheese, our signature chili, diced tomatoes, diced red onion and sour cream.  Full order 9.59 Half order 6.49

NEW Beef Tenderloin Skewers – Tender filet, skewered, brushed with our bourbon glaze and grilled.  Served with horseradish dipping sauce.  8.79

SLIDERS:

NEW Turkey BLT – 4 sliders featuring tender roasted turkey topped with crispy bacon, fresh lettuce, tomato and pesto mayonnaise.  7.99

FROM THE GRILL:

NEW Beef Tenderloin Tips Dinner – Tender filet grilled to order and topped with garlic-herb butter.  Served with mashed potatoes, fresh seasonal vegetables and a rich beef demi-glace.  13.49

GLORY DAYS CLASSICS:

NEW Chicken Parmesan – A large hand-breaded chicken breast cooked to a crispy golden brown, tipped with delicious marinara, fresh basil and melted provolone.  Served with a side of linguini marinara.  11.99

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FAN-TASTIC SANDWICHES:

NEW The Pittsburgher – Our original take on the Steel City style:  Tender corned beef and pastrami are grilled and topped with melted Swiss cheese, seasoned fries and our signature creamy coleslaw.  Served on a freshly baked sesame seed roll.  9.49

BURGERS:

NEW Hall of Fame Prime Cheeseburger – This is our way of making the best burgers even greater!  With only 2% of all beef rated USDA PRIME, this is the ultimate burger:  ground prime steak grilled as you desire and covered with melted cheddar cheese.  9.99

FIELD OF GREENS:

NEW Asian Chopped Chicken Salad – Crispy chopped romaine hearts tossed in soy-ginger dressing with chilled sliced chicken, carrots, red cabbage, wasabi peas and candied ginger.  Topped with sesame seeds and crunchy noodles.  9.99

REFRESHMENT STAND:

NEW Fresh Lemonade

DESSERTS:

NEW Chocolate Malted Mousse – Light and delicious chocolate mousse topped with Malted Milk Balls and whipped cream.  5.99

Click Pic Below for Complete Menu

Visit them at Glory Days Grill to find a location near you.

9 comments on “Food News: Glory Days Grill Adds New Menu Items

  1. Wow! Very cool, very ambitious.

    Those are all GREAT additions.

    I’m lovin’ the fresh lemonade.

    Never heard of this place and definitely don’t have one near me 🙁

    I would totally go here if there were one close.

  2. Ryan says:

    Love the sweet potato fries at Glory Days.

  3. That prime burger sounds good. A lot of people don’t understand beef ratings… Prime is where it is at for a burger. Angus is a gene, not a grade or rating of beef!

    You can never go wrong with chocolate and malt in the same sentence as well. I wish that I could go there for lunch today.

  4. Adam says:

    I don’t eat enough beef burgers to really have a good idea for these things, but can you really taste the difference in ratings, especially at a place like this?

    Also, can someone explain to me what is so special about these “Kobe beef” burgers I always see on menus?

  5. Ryan says:

    @ Adam…Kobe Beef comes from Japan I think…They speak sweet nothings into the ears of the cattle and pet them and hug them daily…Then they give them some beer to drink…they become happier thus taste better.

    Or check this out.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kobe_beef

  6. George says:

    Excellent post! Looking forward to seeing the next post!

  7. Adam says:

    Shoot. I did not even realize they have “Beef on Weck.” I’ve never found a place outside of Buffalo which has that! Gotta check out the one in Frederick and give that a try, although I doubt it comes close to the real dealio.

  8. @ Adam. On a burger with a ton of junk on it, I probably can’t tell. When people make burgers out of prime, to me it is usually a good indication that they take things seriously and want offer the best.

    Now, on a steak that is select or prime, I really think that you could tell the difference pretty easily. I have had Kobe Beef on 3 occasions and it is awesome. Kobe Burgers are not worth it to me, I don’t think that the quality trickles down. I have one once and didn’t like it.

    Kobe cows get massages and drink beer all day. For another beef conversation, look into corn fed anf grass fed. Or just eat whatever tastes good at the time and not give a shit like I do 99.9% of the time!

  9. What would your all time burger creation be?

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