really liked this place. perfect mix of laid back but professional and classy, friendly staff.
had drinks before, wife had their cosmo, and I had a cinammon infused old fasion and really enjoyed it
foodwise, we shared everything among the 4 of us and not a thing was so-so
2 x Foie Gras & Wagyu Beef Slider with truffle aioli and red onion marmalade ($15) - decadent and I don't even really have to say this since you've read the description, but delicious. To match the texture, get your burger medium or below
Duck Fat French Fries with a trio of aioli ($9) - a house staple, and honestly this was one of the 1st places in Baltimore to have this on the menu when it opened. crunchy and addiciting
Wild Mushroom "French Toast" crispy pork belly, vanilla balsamic ($9) - classy 'breakfast for dinner' twist. Pork was crunchy, giving a bacon reminder to us. I had it without the balsamic
Rabbit Confit and Ramp Gnocchi, English peas, baby carrots, cipollini onions, shaved pecorino ($24) - didn't love it, but enjoyed the spin on the gnocchi
Grilled Prime 10 oz. 30 Day Aged New York Strip Steak Cheddar potato puree, pickled mushrooms, chimichurri, broccolini ($30) - steak done perfectly, best entree. And I liked the chmiichurri. did the pickles separate as a palate cleanser.
Chorizo Stuffed Grilled Quail Swiss chard, roasted chick peas, golden raisins ($24) - light but flavorful.The spice was offset by the raisins. Nice reminder of my trips to the Maghreb region.
parking can be a pain...don't gamble, just go 2 blocks to Paterson Park and walk back over.
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