The Owners SOLD THE PLACE...are now at other location which is terrific!.
I guess if you are going to eat in Dundalk you have to read the Dundalk newspaper first. I have been going to Captain Harvey's for a long long time, and never thought they would sell the place. Now I know. I learned the hard way. I was very disappointed the last time I went..didnt see a lot of the same poeple and DEFINTELY did not get the same quality food or service. I gave it a second chance right before Christmas. Very disappointed again. Then I found out what happened from someone else and just confirmed it literally ab out an hour ago. Captain harvey's sold and moved to Merritt Boulevard. What a difference. I just got back from Merritt Boulevard and the food was terrific! I wish I would have known before. I will now resume my once a month trip for subs but to Merritt Boulevard. They did a great job but didnt do a good job letting people know they moved!
I'm from Philly and I heard so much about this place. First of all, the roll is terrible. The meat has no flavor and they don't even melt the cheese. Probably one of the worst cheesesteaks I've ever had. If you want a real cheesesteak down in Maryland, go to South Street Steaks in College Park. Captain Harveys may be big, but in terms of quality it's pretty awful.
Go Stuff Your Face.
Ok, forget about counting calories or watching your cholesterol level. If you're searching for a steak sub, you shouldn't even be considering your health anyway. With that in mind, get down to Capt. Harvey's and get the biggest cheesesteak on the face of the earth! Just give me steak, cheese, and fried onions. Don't even bother with mayo, lettuce, etc. There's no room for that on the sub anyway. I bought a whole sub one day, and weighed it on a scientific scale at work, and it came to 2 1/2 pounds! On a 1/2 sub, they give you 4 slices of cheese ($5.65), and 8 slices on a whole ($11.30). Enough for 2 meals!
My husband is from Baltimore and took me to have a sub. I thought Texas had big subs.....but nothing like these. They were enormous and very good. Although, it would be nice if there were seating available.
These are the best cheesesteaks outside of Philadelphia. They pile the meat high and put on plenty of cheese. You will definitely need 10-12 napkins to get through on of these subs. YUM!!!!
SAVVY STEAK PLACE.
THIS IS ONE EATERY THAT WILL FILL YOUR BELLY AND NOT COST YOU AN ARM AND A LEG. FOR LESS THAN 6 BUCKS YOU CAN GORGE YOURSELF ON A MOUNTAIN OF STEAK AND FRENCH FRIES. FOR SOMETHING ELSE GOOD TRY THE SPECIAL BREW SODAS OR THE HUGE MILKSHAKES.
not always great.
Ate here 35 yrs ago-food was great-came back 3 yrs ago after 20 yrs down South and found if you get it at lunch or dinner time, it can be great. However, if you go off hours God knows how long its been sitting there. Lots of cheese & onions, could use some seasoning and please, real onion rings - not the frozen kind. Back in dundalk.