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February 10, 2011

Hibachi Grill opening in Randallstown?

A reader phoned into say that a new restaurant called Hibachi Grill is set to open in the Liberty Court Shopping Center in Randallstown, near the library.

I haven't heard anything about that, but I did find an online listing on Super Pages.

Keep your eyes open, Randallstown, and let us know if and when the Hibachi Grill opens.


I called the Hibachi Grill in Parkville (see comment below), and the woman who answered the phone said the Hibachi Grill in Randallstown would be opening in a few weeks.

We had a bit of trouble communicating, but the fact that she knew what I was referring to implies to me that the two Hibachi Grills are related by ownership.



Posted by Richard Gorelick at 10:39 AM | | Comments (8)


There is a Hibachi Grill in Parkville. If it is the same thing expect a pretty good for a cheap chinese buffet resturant. It is always busy with a wait.

We need a decent Teppanyaki restaurant in this city. :-/

Not only is Hibachi grill opening in Randallstown...a Teppanyaki Grill is opening at Security Mall where Cactus Willies was AND anotherpia Hibachi Grill is opening in Reisterstown across from Franklin high school.....Looks like this concept is taking off like a rocket

Interesting.. they've been "coming soon" in Reisterstown for a good six months. Granted the space that they would be occupying used to be a video store that used to be a movie theater, so i would think there's some significant renovation/building to be done, but there's a pre existing vacant restaurant bar in the same shopping center.

that other restaurant space in the Reisterstown shopping center is a very dilapidated old dinner ( Used to be a White Coffee Pot).....much too small a space for a Hibachi Cafe.
Interesting rumor though.....I have heard that the space where theold bowling alley that was torn down will be a Sonic AND Bob Evans, Isn't that exciting restaurant news!!!!

Really? Good Grief.
That might be the last nail in the coffin for that McDonald's.
I remember when the diner was Angela's then the Starlight. The bar space was like a bar in rural Idaho meets the bar in StarWars; and about as safe. Nasty energy and several violent incidents.

Randallstown Hibachi Grill has now opened for business this weekend. Rode past the location yesterday (Saturday), and it was packed!!!!! Great thing for us here in Randallstown, love it.

Hibachi Grill is kind of redundant

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Richard Gorelick was appointed The Baltimore Sun's restaurant critic in September 2010. Before joining the paper staff fulltime, he contributed freelance criticism and features articles about food to area and regional publications. Along the way, he dispatched for short-distance trucking companies, shilled for cultural non-profits, and assisted in cognitive neurology research – never the subject, always the control.

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