Waterfront Kitchen opens its outdoor deck

March 29, 2012|By Richard Gorelick | The Baltimore Sun

Waterfront Kitchen has opened its outdoor deck. We can't wait to see it.

Waterfront Kitchen opened late last October on the ground floor of the Living Classrooms' education pavilion. Jerry Pellegrino guided Waterfront Kitchen's farm-to-table menu, which is executed by a kitchen led by executive chef Levi Briggs.

I reallly fell for this space, which takes full advantage of the museum's waterside location. The deck could be simply bonkers.

There's other good news coming out of Waterfront Kitchen. Henry Hong, whom folks know variously as a food writer, radio personality and chef, has aboard as manager.

Also, English Breakfast and Scarlet Globe radishes grown by the students in Living Classrooms' urban gardening program are on Waterfront Kitchen's current menu, as part of a goat-cheese salad. Those little radishes are a big deal. Waterfront Kitchen announced its partnership with the Baltimore Urban Gardening with Students (BUGS) program at the outset but the restaurant opened too late in the season to really explore that partnership. Now it's happening.

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