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About Ten Ten
Join us at TEN TEN - A New American bistro, located in the historic Bagby Building on Fleet Street between Little Italy and Harbor East! Our restaurant - which includes a handsome bar, lounge, and a separate dining area - serves modern American cuisine, along with classically-inspired cocktails and carefully selected beers and wines. A neighborhood café, elegant bistro and eclectic tavern all balanced into one beautiful and inviting space, TEN TEN is the sort of restaurant where everyone feels welcome.
Baltimore, MD 21202
Hours of Operation:
Happy Hour: 4pm-7pm (bar area only)
Dinner: 5pm-10pm (Friday 5pm-11pm)
Between Exeter Street and Central Ave
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet is available during dinner service. For brunch and lunch service, 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 Contact:
Will: (410) 244-6867
Bar Dining, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
If you are interested in holding a small or large group dining event at TEN TEN, our chef and knowledgeable staff would be delighted to assist you in creating the perfect event. If you would like more information regarding availability and the selections, please call (410) 244-6867 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ten Ten Ratings and Reviews
We were visiting the Inner Harbor area and found this restaurant at the end of a small alley. Brick and metal interior decor is interesting, bright, a bit energizing. Food showed creativity without pretension. Outdoor tables noted but it was raining for our visit.
Our dinner was a story of extremes: We had an olive sampler that varied and tasty, raising our expecctations for the main course -- which took about 45minutes to appear. We then had delicious scallops, very well prepared -- but entree-priced for an appetizer size of 3 scallops -- and a whole bass with everything on (which I can handle, but it was a big job and enough fish for 3) that came with nothing on the side except the herbs and lemon used for cooking. The price for both dishes was the same -- it would have made a lot more sense to schedule the scallops as an appetizer at 50% less, and the bass as a dinner for 2, with several sides added, at 50% or even 75% more. We would have paid the same, but been much happier..
I had reserved a table for ten and forgot to add myself and my husband to the number. When I called two hours before our reservation, the hostess was so kind and assured me she would make it work and we would have plenty of room. She could not have been kinder. As I mentioned we were a big group, but the service was perfect. The food delicious. My husband is a vegetable grower and the seasonal menu is to be celebrated. All of us live in Baltimore and definitely said this a place to come back for! Thank you.
We went for my girlfriend's birthday on a Monday and couldn't have been happier. Two apps/1 entree/2 sides/1 dessert and a bottle of wine (half price on monday) our bill was still under 100. The place was quiet, but I'm assuming it was because it was monday. Will definitely go back. Server (forget her name) was great and personable!
Another great meal at TenTen featuring a memorable earthy and fresh salad with beets, horseradish and pea shoots drizzled with a carrot puree and punctuated by a decadently re-imagined Reese's peanut butter cup for dessert. Sadly the halibut was sold out, but the steak frites with duck fat compensated nicely. Perfect atmosphere for a girls gathering over many glasses of well-recommended wine and a noise level that didn't make us (or our neighbors) uncomfortable when our laughter got a little louder as the evening progressed.
Ten Ten is a nice restaurant. And definitely one to visit. It's tough in the summer months to justify sitting in a dark interior, though - more of a fall/winter place.....the hostess and staff were all very friendly on our most recent visit. Our food was good and brought out in a timely manner. The server asked if we wanted bread or if we "were on a low-carb diet," which I found sort of bizarre - next time just bring the bread and we can figure it out for ourselves! (-; Other than that, all good.
Really enjoyed the variety of foods offered on the menu. Especially liked that many items were made on-site; produce from local farm, etc. Food delicious and beautifully presented. Wait staff knowledgeable. REALLY liked that we were not rushed, that we could speak in low to moderate voices! The one vegetarian in our party had many options. Can't wait to return.
Restuarant had a nice atmostphere,but the food didn't have a lot of flavor (except for the fried brussell sprouts) and the service staff looked overwhelmed to a moderately-full dining room. For the same price you can get tastier entrees and a better experience elsewhere (i.e. Alchemy in Hampden, Waterfont Kitchen in Fells).
Very nice restaurant. We thought the wine list was especially well thought out, with many selections by the glass. The shrimp and grits was a very tasty dish. We also liked the calamari with 3 dipping sauces. However, we did experience two problems: first, my glass of cava was flat; second, my husband's steak frites was already cold when served. The wiatress and management were very apologetic and handled our complaint well. Based on that, we will definitely give the restaurant another chance.
This was average in every respect. Some interesting appetizers but they were inconsistently prepared. For instance, the people at the next table had the bacon wrapped dates, but theirs came with a sauce (white) on top. Portions were on the small side, even for a pasta dish. Service was average but not very attentive.
the food was extremely salty and not edible. It is a shame. When you dine at a farm to table restaurant, which promotes freshness, why destroy the food by oversalting it. I have been to this restaurant before and it was good, but now, the portions have shrunk even more and I am not sure I would go back
This is a fun place to eat. Perhaps avoid an annivary dinner because the noise level is quite loud. The server was friendly and professional. We all got the beet salad which was good but mostly beets this time - with a few sprigs of greens. The presentation of the food was nice- the sea trout was perfectly cooked as well as the duck breast and steak. The creme brulee was amazing! Be careful where you sit- you could find yourself sitting about 2 feet from a brick wall- a bit unnerving. I definitely would recommend this restaurant for a place to go with friends.
This was our first time at Ten Ten and my wife and I were very impressed. Our server (I cannot recall her name) was very informative, friendy and fun. I say she was one of the best wait staff we've had the pleasure to be served by of any restaurant. She recommended a drink for my wife that she absolutely loved; said it was her new favorite. Overall, we had a great night and we will be back. Thanks for making our night delightful.
Two of us had dinner and Alain was our server. He was fabulous...attentive without hovering and ready with helpful tips. We had tempura calmari (light and tender), ramp toasts (delicious!), and lamb ragout (luscious comfort food). The only miss was the shrimp and grits. The shrimp were small and WAY overcooked. Another plus was that we showed up on half-price wine night and had two terrific wines that we would never have ordered at full price.
We tried Ten-Ten Saturday night. The service was great and food tasty. The portion size was disappointing for the price point. My wife ordered Cioppino and it had less than ten seafood items in it. There were 4 mussels, 1 clam, 1 shrimp and a small piece of fish. Our friends each order the scallop dish and there were three on the plate. Each meal was over $25 so it was extermely disappointing.
This was our fourth time to Ten Ten and I have to to say it keeps getting better. We had the calamari tempura, shrimp and grits, scallops, Brussels sprouts, and steak frites; all were great. We thoroughly enjoyed the atmosphere, cocktails, and service as well.
Went to Ten Ten in a part of 4 and we liked it a lot. The food was tasty and the service was good. Some of the people in my party said their food was overly salty. My shrimp and grits were yummy. I also tried the scallops which were good, however the portion was on the smaller side. I look forward to going back.
The appetizers and dessert were delicious! The entrees were good, but not outstanding. Our server was very knowledgable, friendly and helpful, however our entrees did not come out for a long time and there were no apologies. Would definitely give it another try.
Business lunch with our group of six was better than expected. Food was delish, if a little slow to come to us. Can't be in a hurry there. It's a gorgeous space in the old Bagby furniture building. Parking was easy but there also is a whole foods across the street with free parking garage. Great location, friendly staff. Our table was waiting when we arrived. Thank you, Open table!
This restaurant was disappointing because it looked so promising at the beginning of the meal. The old warehouse is architecturally cool and we liked the decorating, etc. Our appetizer and salad were served promptly, but then it was another 30 minutes before our entrees arrived - seafood stew and gnocchi. The staff/management seemed unable to control the flow. The seafood stew broth was not very flavorful (my husband's meal) and the gnocchi (my meal) was wonderfully light with a delicious beurre blanc fondue, but it was overpowered by celery that was excessive and undercooked. We did not stay for dessert because of the slow service. I had thought I might take a friend there, but thinking back on the service issues, I don't think so.
My husband and I made a last minute reservation on Open Table and were so pleased that we were able to get in. We walked from our Inn and it was raining - wound up being about 10 minutes early but the hostess took us to our table immediately. The service was excellent - Nancy, our waiter, was informed about the menu and made suggestions that both us of loved. I had the special Lamb Noisette on Israeli Couscous and it was served with little heirloom carrots and a tahini sauce, loved the sauce with the fried oysters, the marinated olives, the bread was orgasmic...I had the peanut butter cup for dessert - oh yes indeed. This restaurant is a neighborhood treasure and was the perfect start to our anniversary weekend !
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