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Philly hound....any talk of the Woodberry Kitchen in Bmore?

VTRP Jul 8, 2010 02:31 PM

A friend suggested we give it a shot while in town....... anyone have an opinion?

Woodberry Kitchen
2010 Clipper Park Rd # 126, Baltimore, MD

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    bordeauxfan Jul 8, 2010 02:49 PM

    Plenty of opinions. Just search this board.

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      chowsearch Jul 8, 2010 03:08 PM

      the best review on here, back when it opened, said "It's as if the Hipsterator 9000 was turned up to 11" and it "defines smugness for a smug generation"


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      1. re: chowsearch
        lawhound Jul 9, 2010 04:55 AM

        What's more hipster than to hate on a place that's in a beautiful space, serves tasty and often inspired food, takes its locavore mission seriously, has terrific cocktails and a strong wine list, and is reasonably priced?

        Actually, that was a rhetorical question. Woodbery Kitchen is first rate, even if Baltimore can barely stand the fact that it's . . . hip. I strongly suggest you try it out while you're down here.

        1. re: chowsearch
          gregb Jul 9, 2010 06:15 AM

          There a FAR more "hipster" places in Baltimore that don't take nearly as much crap as Woodberry Kitchen.

          Woodberry Kitchen
          2010 Clipper Park Rd # 126, Baltimore, MD

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          sas Jul 8, 2010 05:59 PM

          Way overrated. Try Salt, Wine Market, Cinghiale many others just can't think someone else will chime in...Dogwood

          822 Lancaster Street, Baltimore, MD 21202

          Wine Market
          921 East Fort Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21230

          1. ktmoomau Jul 8, 2010 07:42 PM

            I've really enjoyed it when I get up to Baltimore from DC, probably have posts on that thread listed.

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              Turkeybone Jul 9, 2010 01:06 AM

              Im sure the place is popular enough to trash talk now, but I would go, get a drink, flatbread, two small plates, and a dessert. The entrees arent the strong point so you can do well to eat around them.

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              1. re: Turkeybone
                Trip Klaus Jul 9, 2010 03:56 AM

                I think you're better off going to Turkeybone's Brewer's Art for better beer and food.

                Brewer's Art
                1106 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21201

                1. re: Trip Klaus
                  VTRP Jul 9, 2010 10:50 AM

                  Geez, i wasn't expecting such an uprising. haha. Atleast i know the place starts conversations. Thanks all.

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