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About Woodberry Kitchen
Woodberry Kitchen relies on longstanding relationships with the growers of the Chesapeake to provide the ingredients that nourish and delight our guests. At our table, you join us in supporting sustainable agriculture that respects the abundance and traditions of the region while helping to ensure its future.
Housed in a renovated 1870s foundry nestled in historic Clipper Mill, Woodberry Kitchen offers a warm, rustic setting featuring an open kitchen and patio seating during the summer season. Owners Spike and Amy Gjerde are committed to providing our guests with exceptional service and fare, earning Woodberry Kitchen recognition by Bon Appetit, The New York Times, and Gourmet. Come join us, whether for a snack along with local wine or beer at the bar; an impromptu supper with friends; or a private celebratory feast in one of our dining rooms.
Baltimore, MD 21211
American, Organic, Continental
Hours of Operation:
Dinner seven days a week beginning at 5:00pm
Monday-Thursday 5:00pm - 10:00pm
Friday & Saturday Evening 5:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday Evening 5:00pm - 9:00pm
Saturday & Sunday Brunch 10:00am - 2:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Pay with OpenTable, Visa
Complimentary valet parking located just a few steps from the front door. Handicapped parking spaces also available next to the restaurant.
We are conveniently located at the Woodberry light rail stop. Just exit the light rail and walk up Clipper Park Road and find us on the right hand side.
Private Party Facilities:
Woodberry Hall, adjacent to our main dining room, offers an intimate dining area in a restored mill with exposed brick walls, soaring windows with custom drapery, and custom made farm tables. A private entrance ensures no disruptions or unexpected guests. The room is perfect for family gatherings, business holiday parties and pharmaceutical dinners. Woodberry Hall seats up to 40 guests for dinner or 60 for a standing cocktail party. Please inquire about available dates and our feasting menus.
Private Party Contact:
Jolanta Kunkulis: (410) 464-8000
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Woodberry Kitchen Ratings and Reviews
Food was consistent as usual, but the service tonight was painfully slow. 20 minutes until our waiter took our meal order and main dishes came out after 1 hours wait. Dishes for other groups also arrived at our table twice. For a Saturday night during restaurant week, we were surprised, but not in a good way. Hope it gets straightened out.
While food quality was pleasing, price per dish not justified. Especially apps. Had long wait between courses which was handled ineffectively. Yet when tab came, multiple people stopped by to see if we were ready to pay. Didn’t leave the best taste in our mouths...
SLOW. We were asked to order our entire meal at once - the server said that way they could make sure the pacing would be ideal. Then we waited for 25 minutes after appetizer plates were removed until entrees arrived - and in the interim no one even asked if we wanted another glass of wine. This has been our experience here before. Food is good but won’t return any time soon.
This is our favorite restaurant in Baltimore! We have been several times and are never disappointed. The specialty drinks are very good and innovative (coffee and alcohol and non). Parking is convenient. Service is excellent! I hope they can maintain the high quality.
Sad to see how this place has gone down hill. Our brunch was pathetic. We started with the bakery board, which had 3 of the 4 items on it. The doughnut was 2 days old, the coffee cake was over mixed and the croissants wouldn’t allow a knife to go through it. Later they brought out a handpie which was delicious and flaky. 2 of us ordered Beau’s Breakfast. Eggs were nicely scrambled and flavored. The bacon was 2x more fat than meat and like warm. The sausage was tasty but again like warm. The potatoes were divine but further along than Luke warm. They would of made a nice potato salad. My ice tea looked like it came from Flint Michigan. When I returned that, our very nice waitress looked oddly at the glass in wonder why the bar staff would of ever served such awful looking ice tea. The waitress was very nice and spoke to the manager about our disappointing meal. She came over and said she had heard we had not had a good meal and gave us a gift certificate for the next time. I sure won’t be returning until I heard they have stepped up. Hopefully our college friend will have better luck when they use the gift certificate.
New York strip was flavorless and somewhat tough for supposed organic local beef especially at $50 I would have expected a much better steak. It was cooked perfect just tasted like a much cheaper cut. Didn't have that "beef" flavor one expects from a good steak. Oysters were good and fresh. Lambchetta was delicious. Local beers were good although no different then you can get at various other est. or retailers just double the price. The rum drink my wife got was good but, way heavy on the liquor as I guess it should be for a$18 drink. But overall, driving 45 minutes to go here for my wife's birthday and seated in a very cramped table with no privacy to talk was irritating. Lighting was very dim and even though I have no issues seeing, I found it hard to read the menu and the close quarters made it very hard to have a conversation. After spending $200 (with tip) on dinner and a couple drinks I would have wanted much better food and experience in general. I could have dealt with the lacking space and etc. if the food was absolutely amazing but, it wasn't. Something that baffles me.... Why if all or most ingredients are "local" sourced then why is it so expensive? Seems to me if your cutting out multiple steps in the supply chain conceivably it should be less expensive? Guess your paying for the multiple Food channel highlights and trendy neighborhood. I don't mind spending for good food prepared properly but, this wasn't the place. There is a dozen places I would much rather go and spend less of my hard earned money for better food.
My love affair with Woodberry is over. This used to be my favorite place because of the excellent food, attentive treatment. Our latest visit was a disappointment. We were seated upstairs which was crowded and noisy. A 2x3 foot table is not large enough for dining. Diners adjacent were about a foot away and we were unable to have a conversation with each other. Our meal was all right; my trout was unremarkable and was served with a parsnip and a couple of mushrooms. We ordered ice cream and cappucinos for dessert. The drinks never appeared. At the end of the meal we mentioned it, the server offered to comp them but we were ready to leave. Valet parking has been moved to the parking lot where you literally tip them for pulling your car into a space. Going to and from the restaurant you have to walk in the street which is very unsafe. This shows very little regard for the customer, in my opinion. I will frequent the many other fine restaurants in the Hamden area before returning here.
I had an 11:15am reservation which I made on open table. We knew it was a busy place so we arrived early. Despite having a reservation, they didn’t have a table ready for my party and the Manager unfortunately couldn’t even tell us an estimated wait time. We were seated 45 min past our reservation. We enjoyed the deviled eggs. The cornbread was dry. Kids “buttermilk” pancakes were not good. It had some type of sour cream sauce that wasn’t part of the description and it just didn’t go with the pancakes. The chicken bánh mí sandwich was spicy and the bread was hard. Another reason I am giving a poor review since I specifically asked the waiter if the sandwich was spicy and he said no. The pork belly and the beau breakfast were decent. The turkey enchiladas tasted so so and were
smothered in sauce. Not surprise at all with this place.
Expect looooong wait and bunches of people just waiting around the hostess area.
I read the online reviews which said: *great food. terrible service* but decided to try Woodberry Kitchen anyway.
I made reservations for two people for 8PM, arrived early. Hostess didn't seat us until 8:57PM.
Standing in line for an hour with my wife --even with confirmed reservations, didn't make for the nice evening I had planned. I even overheard a hipster couple complaining that they had to wait, after I had just watched them make a "walk-in" reservation with the hostess around 8:15 (after we were already waiting with our reservations) and they got seated well before us. They were regulars and they let everyone else (approximately 20 people) waiting know of their status.
Artsy surroundings and nice, freshly updated blend of old and new architecture. Food was tasty but over-priced and wine was also. In fact the wine was unapologetically over priced. Outside patio looked inviting had it been open.
Overall my opinion: "*great food. TERRIBLE service*"
We sat upstairs for the first time. It was nice to be able to look down and around and see all that was going on. Previous few times here we've eaten in the more private small dining room downstairs. The food was fabulous! It is every time we come. We both had skillet chicken and biscuit with greens, side of potatoes, flat bread. Delicious!! My hubby got oysters and we also shared deviled eggs. Super yum! We'll be back!! It was my birthday and I was surprised with an ice cream Sundae (that my kids ordered for me). I'd just declined dessert because I was so full. Then the Sundae arrived, and I ate the entire deliciousness, sharing a little...
Food & service were excellent!
Went for our anniversary, they surprised us with a complimentary dessert.
Portions are smaller than your average restaurant, but they make up for it with high quality, local ingredients.
I would recommend for special occasions!
The ember-roasted root vegetable appetizer was outstanding! It was packed, but we got a great table in the quieter dining room next to a window. My entree was big but I didn't want to miss dessert, so I asked and they let me have my favorite dessert in a half portion size!
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