A few months ago, Nick and I started Sunday breakfast dates. It’s a fun way to explore the restaurants around the city and get out of our part of town. Baltimore has so many cute coffee shops and breakfast spots that for two coffee and breakfast lovers like us, it’s the perfect way to avoid getting into a restaurant rut.
Typically, we choose a new to us place but this Sunday, we had brunch at Woodberry Kitchen with my cousin, her husband and their daughter. Woodberry Kitchen is one of Baltimore’s best and most popular restaurants and one of those places you choose to go to for something special or when celebrating something fun. We’d been a few times before but it was Christa and Kevin’s first time and (as expected) they loved it just as much as we do!
Woodberry Kitchen is in a really cool, up and coming part of Baltimore called Hampden. Several of my favorite restaurants are in Hampden and I love venturing over there. One of my favorite things about WK is the farm to table aspect. They only source local ingredients and if a farmer or vendor is out of a particular ingredient that week, they change the menu.
First up, coffee. If you follow me on Instagram, then you already know how much I love coffee. This week I ordered the honey latte and Nick ordered French press for the table. As much as I love lattes, he loves French press and he raves about Woodberry Kitchen’s French press.
As you may know, I don’t love eggs and maybe eat them once or twice a year. Since I’ve already had all of the sweet options on the menu, I branched out and was pleasantly surprised with the stirred eggs and toast. The stirred eggs had spinach, onions and cheddar and were the best eggs I’ve ever had. I could eat eggs more if they always tasted like this. 😉
Another great Sunday breakfast date in the books!