This American and fine-wine establishment has received rave reviews from restaurant critics and Baltimoreans alike, from Baltimore Magazine to the Zagat Survey.
Check out what all the buzz is about at this hidden establishment on South Charles Street. Patrons are greeted as they walk in by culinary chefs whipping up entrees and are escorted into an elegant dining room, complete with candlelight, exposed brick walls, and an extensive wine display.
The menu at Corks is American, but changes monthly in celebration of the changing seasons. With creative and exquisite appetizers like stuffed peppers and braised foreshank, and even more unique and upscale entrees, including poached salmon and an extensive choice of cheeses for dipping, even the most refined taste buds will find something to enjoy here. Plus, with more traditional offerings of gyros, burgers, and BLTs, the non-adventurous diner can also find something to enjoy.
Each entree comes with a suggested wine pairing, and with such a huge selection to choose from (the list even has categories - reds, whites, fruity, floral, and Maryland-made) you may find you need the waiter's help to pick one. Corks also hosts wine tastings in their back bar room so check for dates so you can sample some of their finest wines.
Corks can run with a hefty price tag so make sure you save a trip here for a special occasion or get your parents to treat you when they visit.