Woodberry Kitchen – 2010 Clipper Park Road, Baltimore

 Woodberry Kitchen

 2010 Clipper Park Rd, Baltimore, MD 21211, USA

 +1 410-464-8000

 http://www.woodberrykitchen.com/

(5 reviews)

4 thoughts on “Woodberry Kitchen – 2010 Clipper Park Road, Baltimore

  1. Nancy says:

    I was pleasantly surprised. R. House is the mall food court without the mall and superior selections. I think most people will find something tasty on the menus of the various food stands. There is a bar inside the food court area and sometimes live music. The staff I encountered were all pleasant. They have bar height and standard tables, booths and sofas. They have social media so you can check them out for music acts and pop up vendors. This place is large but it filled quickly. There is self seating; so, claim your seat and then get your food and drinks. Bartender and wait staff Garret was very pleasant and down to earth. My group appreciated his professionalism but with personality. I will definitely go back again.

  2. Thomas says:

    Such a nice little neighborhood in these great old mill buildings. The ambiance is rustic, gorgeous exposed brick throughout.

    The food is absolutely excellent. Everything locally sourced, even the wine, beer, and some spirits. The menu rotates daily, which is even more mind blowing because everything we had (3 apps, and 5 meals) we so good. Great cast iron chicken, fresh Maryland crab, goat meatballs, local cheeses. What’s not to like?

    The cocktails are all beautifully put together and delicious. A nice selection of local Mead and cider, along with a good local beer draft list make for a really nice touch. The wine list is extensive, although we did not partake in that.

    The waiters were super friendly, and extremely knowledgeable and helpful. Always had a good recommendation for us.

    10/10 would recommend for an occasion, celebration, date night, etc!

  3. Joseph says:

    Masterfully restored location with an amazing feel and energy. The staff is perfectly attentive and servers are well balanced carrying out a wide assortment of tasks.

    The cocktails are all nicely crafted and thoughtful.

    The food was very good, but unfortunately didn’t knock it out of the park among the items ordered.

    One Straw Farm Popcorn – great basic popcorn with a slight kick

    Deviled Eggs – super classic, they way mom made them in the 80’s.

    Fried Squash Blossoms – deep fried blossoms, tasty, but lacked depth and complexity.

    Put-Up Tomato – straight up flat bread pizza, very tasty and basic.

    Cherry Strudel – it was a cherry pie with a small ice cream, gently kissed with herb – nice touch

    House Made Bread – excellent!

    Overall I like what they are doing, but the part that surprised me was that each dish ended up being fairly basic. It’s not a knock, but I had envisioned a place serving something beyond the norm in amazing digs.

    I’ll be back to check it out again though.

    Always feel free to reach out to me on Twitter @joerazz

  4. Ellen says:

    What a wonderful place! The decor is warm and welcoming. It’s a renovated old mill space, really well done. Could use a bit of acoustic dampening in the room we were in. People near us were having a blast, which was great except we were having a business dinner and couldn’t hear each other. The food, WOW the flavors were like a party in my mouth and I had the Rockfish! Highly recommended. The fresh bread they bring was so good with a firm crust and soft middle, the fresh butter was a perfect addition. My colleague had the chicken and biscuits which he finished every bite and told me it was delicious. Such a quaint area, I look forward to going back soon!

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