Corner Bistro and Wine Bar is one of those rare places that straddles the line between cozy neighborhood restaurant and exquisite culinary experience so well it's hard to ignore.
This small, Downtown Baltimore restaurant in the Ridgely's Delight neighborhood boasts an admirable selection of modestly and mid-ranged priced wines as well as a concise menu of chef-inspired, contemporary American fare ranging from small appetizers to salads, sandwiches, and more. Only open for three months, The Corner Bistro and Wine Bar has bee garnering some serious praise from patrons and critics alike.
The Baltimore Sun recently praised the restaurant stating,"[Corner Bistro] is the kind of restaurant you want to tell everyone you know about — not because you want them to experience how great it is for themselves, but because you selfishly want the business to stay open so you can go back again and again. It's that good."
The Corner Bistro and Wine Bar is open for lunch and dinner with wine specials throughout the week. On Saturday, patrons can enjoy 50, yes 50 percent off all bottles of wine at the restaurant. Enjoy 20 percent off on Mondays as well.
The menu at Corner features a small variety of bar specials and lunch/dinner meals. Bar food includes wings, pork drumsticks, a delectable ribeye sandwich, and more. Their main menu features a host a soups and salads as well as ciabatta sandwiches like The Baltimorean with crab cakes, The Turkducken, and The Philly.