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About Permanently Closed - Fleet Street Kitchen
This restaurant is permanently closed. Permanently Closed - Fleet Street Kitchen, featuring locally sourced modern American cuisine, is a growing influence on the evolving culinary scene in downtown Baltimore, combining exceptional food, drinks, and service.
Our Dining Room offers guests an upscale, but inviting experience, with white linen table cloths, crystal chandeliers, and our chef's award-winning seasonal, farm-to-table tasting menus.
The menu is an ever changing collection of seasonally inspired selections with a strong emphasis on locally sourced, sustainable ingredients. Many of these - including produce, eggs, pork, lamb, and beef - are grown nearby on our own Cunningham Farms.
Accompanying and enhancing the kitchen's offerings is an extensive and diverse offering of artisanal wines, beers and specialty cocktails, along with distinctive coffees and teas.
Baltimore, MD 21202
Hours of Operation:
Monday - Thursday 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Friday - Saturday 5:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Sunday 5:00 pm - 9 pm
Between Exeter Street and Central Ave
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet is available just in front of our restaurant beginning at 6pm. Also, street parking - much of it free - is plentiful in our neighborhood, as are garage and lot spaces.
The Charm City Circulator, local buses, and water taxis all stop within blocks of our restaurant. Subway service, via the Shot Tower stop is only a short taxi ride away
Private Party Facilities:
If you are interested in holding a small or large group dining event at Fleet Street Kitchen, our chef and knowledgeable staff would be delighted to assist you in creating the perfect event. Please contact our Events Coordinator, Elizabeth Tackett at (410) 244-5830 or email@example.com for details.
Private Party Contact:
Elizabeth Tackett: (410) 244-5830
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Wine
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Fleet Street Kitchen - Permanently Closed Ratings and Reviews
We had a phenomenal experience at Fleet Street! I never write reviews and here I am! It was my boyfriend'a birthday and I wanted to try something different but also low key. He is a big steak/potatoes fan and I'm very eclectic. This restaurant suited both of us - inventive food and twists on classics. Because I called ahead about it being his birthday, they had a card and champagne toast waiting! And then brought out a beautiful little candlelit dessert at the end. I am a foodie and not easily impressed, but this place wowed me with the service, ambiance and delectable surprise flavors!
Took my staff here for our holiday celebration and we were treated so wonderfully! The food and service were outstanding! The wine and drink selections were superb including the delicious mule I had! First time trying this restaurant but I will be back for sure!!!
Made a reservation for a friends bday and Fleet Street provided a card and complementary sparkling rose- we were thoroughly impressed! Food was unbelievable !! Extraordinary! Farm to table. I highly recommend the duck. Fleet Street is easily at the top of my list!
The always excellent Fleet street kitchen delivers again! The pastrami short rib over kale was exquisitely tender; the smoked king salmon was so delicately smoked, with crispy slices of candy beets for texture... Wine was fabulous and server was perfectly accommodating.
Fleet Street Kitchen is already changing in response to the changes in ownership and management. Dave Goodman, formerly of Cinghiale, has already started running the restaurant and improvements in dining room operation are noticeable. The new co-owner and Executive Chef, Julian Marucci was not there , but we met the current chef, Mike Correll who is clearly a star. We enjoyed the meal and the outstanding selection of wine, thanks to Tim Riley, the previous beverage director. The Steak Tartare preparation was creative and delicious, as was the Foie Gras Torchon. The Seared Venison Loin was perfectly prepared and amazing. We are looking forward to many more visits.
The food was actually wonderful but I wish they would designate gluten free and dairy free options. Also for the pice we paid for a cappuccino, the sweetener options were either Splenda or sugar. So what we had was great but more options are necessary before we return.
Overall,fun experience. Service and decor top notch. Food variable. My swordfish was dry and too salty. The mushrooms were hard and impossible to cut. The green sauce was murky and not great. People at my table loved the octopus and venison. Steak dish just ok. I picked this place because I thought it had the best reviews of all the restaurants in Harbor East so I was a little disappointed.
The food was inventive and absolutely delicious. I love how Fleet Street Kitchen pairs wines and liquors with each dish, so we just asked our server to bring whatever drink was recommended by the chef. Our server was awesome--attentive, friendly, and not intrusive at all. He understood that we were family catching up after not seeing each other in a while, and gave us space.
i bought a living social for this place but have been wanting to try it anyway after hearing so many good things. we arrived right at 5 when they opened and pretty much had the dining room facing the street to ourselves. there is also seating further back and a pretty big bar area. our server album was so nice and knowledgeable about the menu. from beginning to end it was a wonderful dinner.
we happened to come on half price wine night which was great! the wine list is pretty extensive here. we decided against the set menu and instead shared foie gras. it was so big that we couldn't eat it all but it was delicious. everything on the menu looked so great that we asked album for recommendations. for the entree i had the seared venison loin and my girlfriend had the pastrami short rib. both were fabulous! we splurged on homemade ice creams for dessert.
My boyfriend and I went there to celebrate our anniversary and were so happy with the whole experience. We did not know what to expect and probably dressed up a bit more casually then we should have but at no point did we feel out of place. FSK staff was amazing. Very friendly, welcoming and knowledgeable. They were the biggest part of our experience. Food was equally amazing. Every bite was packed with flavor and our main dishes cooked to perfection with sauces and sides arranged in such a way to allow different combinations of flavors in every bite.
Thank you for making our experience amazing.
Excellent , well prepared food. Hospitality and service were outstanding . We felt quite pampered , and they noted our anniversary with a kind and thoughtful card. Got a little noisy later on, but we had been seated in a quieter corner table. Prices were to be expected for high quality meal. Desserts were very creative , and unique. Only two small issues found, kale salad had stems still attached to some leaves, and chocolate cherry tart crust was a little hard. Both minor , and didn't effect flavor, or enjoyment . Definitely recommend to others, and surely will go back again.
Had the venison tenderloin and it was fantastic. My girlfriend had the duck, and she loved it. We ordered the grilled octopus for appetizer. It was somewhat slow getting to our table, so they gave us a complimentary cheese plate, which was delicious! The entire staff made sure that we enjoyed our visit, and we will certainly be back soon!
The Fall menu was outstanding. Two of us chose the 4-course meal and it was excellent! The octopus appetizer was so tender and I had never had grilled frisee which was delicious! The venison was tender and done perfectly. The squash soup was excellent. The others in our party had the duck which was excellent. Two of chose the 3 scoops of either sorbet or ice cream. They were both delicious. The prices were reasonable. Our server, Michel or Michael was outstanding. We'll definitely be returning soon.
I was in Baltimore on business and needed to take a client to dinner. I researched local restaurants and Fleet Street Kitchen had good reviews and the location was good. I was very impressed all the way around. The food and service were great. My client raved about. I would highly recommend this restaurant.
While the food was good the salmon had a bit too much "charred" or wood fired taste. shortribs were good. Nice touch on the tiramisou for the birthday.
As an aside, I think a restaurant of this caliber should offer complimentary valet parking. Both my wife and I had our vehicles there so I had to valet. I didn't appreciate paying for valet parking when I knew that my experience here was going to be on the top end of cost.
I selected Fleet for a dinner date with my mom. The food was delish. I had steak and she had duck; both cooked medium. Our wait staff was friendly, courteous and timely.
Now I was a bit apprehensive about this place once I got there because I saw they were affiliated with Cunningham's restaurant. I loathe Cunningham's. However, everything Cunningham's is; Fleet St. is not. Our meals were great, our drinks were delicious and the atmosphere was divine.
Yeah, I'd come here again
Long, narrow room with windows on one long side into an alleyway. Seems awkwardly located and, as a result, somewhat cold and industrial in feel, despite the white tablecloths. Really great food but would agree with others who describe a certain inconsistency from the kitchen in bringing out the food. We were quite happy with the bass main that we shared and the baby arugula salad with a great squash soup and pasta bolognese (all split) and our food came out well timed. However, we sat next to a young couple who were very unhappy at the very long wait between their appetizers and their main course. I could see from my vantage point that two very large groups of 8-10 people arrived and ordered between our order and our neighbors orders. It seemed unclear to them, however, and the communication from the servers and the kitchen could have been much better.
Our Server, Jenn, was outstanding. She really knew her wines and helped us pick 2 great bottles that fit my tastes. We chose to dine at FSK this particular night for my Birthday, but have been there before. Each time we have had great service from the host greeting us, all the way through dinner. They go out of their way to make you feel welcome and comfortable. We brought our infant with us the first time we dined at FSK. The staff was all so friendly and accommodating with her that it really encouraged us to return.
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