Hubby and I are on a rampage trying to make up for lost time in the arena of trying out the more recent openings of restaurants.
Tried B&O Brasserie--quite nice. Not exceptional enough to make us want to return anytime soon.
Woodberry Kitchen--see my previous response. Would definitely rush back for the chicken liver "pate", which should be more descriptive as a "mousse." Not a negative observation, as it was so fantastic--well, words fail me. I've had foiegras mousse and the "lowly chicken liver" version at Woodberry Kitchen matched, if not surpassed, the goose liver. (Especially considering the price point)>
My next choice of restaurant that hubby and I have yet to embrace, is Adelia in Fells Point. We have always enjoyed scrumptious meals at Kali's Court, Mezze, and Meli. So, we are enticed to discover the fourth addition to this restaurant "empire."
As we were downtown this evening, there appears to be a "Greek" restaurant opening around the corner from Charleston. Am curious. Wow--that East Harbor area is rocking. So many new dining establishments and shopping venues.
But, we decided to visit one of our "old standby's", knowing that we would enjoy perfect service and very excellent food---Fleming's. We don't succumb to the negative attitude generally afflicted on CHAIN RESTAURANTS. WE used to travel about 30,0000 miles a year to many U.S. We ventured into the culture and dining experiences related to those locations, but after so many travel experiences, it was a comfort zone to dine somewhere where we were able to rely on a comfort zone of knowing what to expect.
Anyhow, back to my original request, "si vous plait?" FoiGras
1606 Thames St., Baltimore, MD 21231
2010 Clipper Park Rd # 126, Baltimore, MD
1606 Thames Street, Baltimore, MD 22231