Last Sunday while in MD, my daughter took me to brunch at Woodberry Kitchen. Woodberry Kitchen is located in the Hampden Historic District of NW Baltimore. Woodberry Kitchen is currently ranked number one as the place to eat in the Hampden district. The restaurant is known for serving seasonal foods grown by local growers of the Chesapeake region.
For the first time in my life I had French Pressed coffee. She took the little timer away before I got to take a picture of it. My daughter ordered Beignets with chocolate sauce. I had never had beignets, either. They were something akin to donut holes, but ever so much lighter.
|Direct Trade Press Coffee|
My daughter had an open faced tenderloin sandwich. It was nothing like the tenderloin sandwich one might have in the midwest. Midwestern tenderloins are huge- often bigger than the bun they are served on and sometimes bigger than the plate they are served on. This tenderloin was light and tender and healthful. It was topped with an egg and had cheddar, ramp mayo, trencher, slaw and fries with it. She also had a strawberry soda which we decided would be a refreshing summertime drink.
|Open Faced Smoked Pork Tenderloin Sandwich|
|Small Valley Spelt Crepes|
|End of meal|
Excellent lighting. Warm, welcoming feeling.
I went to the restroom- but don't usually take photos of the restroom. It was so charming that I stopped to shoot before we left.
|dry your hands with dish-clothes and leave them in an old wire milk crate|
Note the message on the car in the foreground.
|All the pretty ladies|