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About Bond Street Social
Bond Street Social combines an original, upscale dining experience with a hip, lively social scene. Executive Chef Marc Dixon's creative menu of "social plates," encourages social dining with a range of global dishes that fuse European, Latin, Asian and Chesapeake Bay cuisine. The menu is designed to appeal to a diner's desire to sample a variety of dishes to share amongst friends, as opposed to traditional course style dining. To enhance the dining experience, Bond Street Social offers "social drinks," brought to the table in glass infusion jars. In addition, Bond Street Social offers a wide selection of craft beer, wine and specialty cocktails. We offer half price bottles of wine every Wednesday, along with live music during dinner! Brunch of the weekends is very lively, with bottomless drinks and a DJ on Saturday afternoons. There is also bustling nightlife, with a DJ every Friday and Saturday night.
Baltimore, MD 21231
Comfort Food, American, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Sat, Sun 10:00 am–3:00 pm
Mon–Thu, Sun 4:00 pm–10:00 pm
Fri, Sat 4:00 pm–11:00 pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Every Friday and Saturday we feature a live DJ starting at 10pm. Throughout the year we have many special events featuring bands, acoustic duos, and DJ's on other days.
We have many on and off premise options available.
There is street parking all along Thames street as well as many lot and garage options.
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Dancing, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Patio/Outdoor Dining, Private Room, Takeout, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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Bond Street Social is the PERFECT place for any occasion. We host parties of all kinds and all sizes.
Bond Street Social Ratings and Reviews
Our Waitstaff was very attentive and friendly! The atmosphere was fun! Most of food was very good. I loved the deviled eggs Benedict and my friend liked her eggplant slider. My husband's pizza was not so good. The dishes, we ordered 6 for 3 of us, came kind of scattered which would be fine if we all wanted to share everything. We are different eaters and ordered vegan , vegetarian and meat dishes so swapping was not an option. One dish arrived before the other 2 and our friend was done eating before anything else arrived at the table. She just kind of waited till were almost done to order dessert. One dish came after her dessert. I think we would have enjoyed dinner more if the small plates came in an organized way so we were all eating at the same time.
First time having brunch at Bond Street. The food is always good - nothing out of this world but I would consider it comfort food. Service was sucky. The waitress seemed like she didn't want to be there...causing me to ask her to clear plates and refill beverages. When I go out to eat, I would like to be catered to. Besides that, I love the location of Bond Street, me and my girlfriends were able to walk around outside for a little after our Brunch!
Nice ambiance with glass-enclosed fire place in the middle of the restaurant and live guitar music. Service was very attentive and fast (we were a group of 10). The restaurant has a good choice of tapas-like appetizers/dishes that can be easily shared and pair nicely with their beer selections. Good choice of wine and cocktails are available as well.
Excellent food & brunch cocktails... great service! I did not get the bottomless mimosa/bloody mary because I wanted to try a couple of the brunch cocktails. However, if you like bloody marys, there is a build your ow bar area. It was a beautiful day on the patio! I had a reservation, but it was very slow when I arrived just before 11am. It picked up a little later.
Presentation of the food was excellent, but the taste and overall execution was lacking. The food was bland, the flavors didn't marry well in each dish and you could tell low quality ingredients were used to make elegant looking dishes.
The service was great, ambiance was excellent. It was a good time, but I won't pay that much for bad food again.
5 Friends celebrating for a birthday weekend brunch. The Mimosa's were awesome, as were the nitrogen cocktails, except there was hardly any nitrogen smoke when it arrived our table. Pineapple mimosa was our choice for the best out of the mimosa's.
Service was excellent!!
Brunch was fantastic. We had the duck confit hash, I thought was the winner, southwest omelette, the special turkey omelette, the special fresh fig and proscuitto salad, steak and eggs and the crab cake eggs benedict.
The small bites on the menu all looked good, but we chose to split the salad and have an entree. I'm sure the other menu items were just as great!
Will go back again for sure!
We had been looking to get here for a while. Very glad we finally did. Sometimes reading mixed reviews can deter you, but I like to find out for myself… The food was cooked to our specification (medium rare sliders), the goat cheese and spinach croquettes were delicious and the presentation was so beautiful! We also ordered the eggplant meatballs that were to die for! They could have been hotter; they came out just warm, but that is my only negative comment for the entire evening. Wine Wednesday was a waste on us because my boyfriend wasn't in the mood for wine, but I still had two glasses of their five dollar, amply-sized glasses of their "social hour" Malbec which was great! Our server was sweet and very attentive but not annoyingly so like some servers can be LOL. We hit the bar for an after dinner cocktail and enjoyed that too. Awesome night overall.
Great fun easy going place for your typical "millennial" weekend brunch celebration.
Nice diversity of menu items and wonderful drink program. Bloody Mary bar one of the more unique setups with thousands of potential mixture combinations. I do wish they had higher quality homemade mixes (Like Bloody Bull or just something unique that aligns with the restaurants flavor). Nitrogen martinis and large group punch pitchers looked amazing and gears any witness to get ready for the next visit!
Food was fresh and large mix of items. The concept for most dishes is "sharing/tapas" which just strengthens the social brunch atmosphere already established by the bottomless drink programs and plentiful selection of large format tables. I would have liked more small plate centric items versus just large dishes that are intended to be shared.
Service was typical for this type of brunch concept. With that said, for the most part he was very attentive and drinks flowed pretty heavy. I would sit outside as inside and be tight/noisy.
I will be back next time I'm in the area!
Great location in Fells Point, lots of outdoor seating for nice weather. 5 stars for ambiance. Lots of delicious and creative dish options. The food is all excellent, but the bang for your buck per dish varies. You can pay $12 for four small mac n cheese bites, or $11 for a flatbread pizza that could easily be your meal. Getting a few plates to share is always fun though, and enables you to try more delicious things!
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