If you’re a fine dining aficionado, Cindy Wolf’s Charleston is an absolute must visit. Located at Harbor East in Baltimore, Maryland, they’re currently offering outdoor seating Monday through Thursday from 5:30-9PM and Friday & Saturday, with seatings at 5:30, 6, 8 and 8:30PM.
Reservations are required so give them a call at 410-332-7373 or head to their website. To ensure the safety of guests and staff, they have very specific guidelines, and we’re here for it.
- Each guest must complete a health declaration form upon entry.
- Temperature checks are required. Those above 99.5F will not be admitted.
- Face masks must be worn at all times except at your table.
- Guests aren’t permitted inside the restaurant except to use their restrooms.
It’s been a minute since we’ve last dined out so we’re really looking to satisfy that fine dining itch. We’re not sure what the menu’s going to be like or if they’re even offering course menus for diners, but by the looks of their take away menu, they’ll have several of our personal favorite dishes available.
Kick your meal off with Charleston’s rich lobster soup, made with butter poached lobster and curry oil. Then move onto their shrimp & grits for your next course. There’s a reason why this is a fan favorite. The shrimp, jam packed with flavor, is as succulent as can be, and it’s served on top of some of the creamiest grits you’ll ever have the pleasure of devouring.
We personally love ALL the pasta they offer – you honestly can’t go wrong with any – but standouts include their lobster ravioli and their white truffle fettuccine. The former’s served with sauce americaine, and it’s so good, you’ll want to lick your plate.
The white truffle fettuccine is heaven in a bowl… or a to-go container, however you decide to enjoy it. It’s cooked to al dente perfection and topped with a generous amount of shrooms. Expect buttery, cheesy goodness that melts in your mouth!
Other winners include their pan-roasted sea scallops and their Hudson Valley magret of duck. The scallops are served with english peas, roasted cippolini onions and country ham in a saffron & white wine cream sauce, while the duck is accompanied by haricot vert, french green lentils, and frisée in an aged sherry vinaigrette.
How good does that all sound? We can’t wait to go back and enjoy Chef Wolf’s cooking in person, but if you prefer to get curbside pickup or delivery, takeaway service is available Tuesday through Saturday from 4-7PM, and orders will be taken via phone for next day pickup only. For those of you interested, to-go cocktails are available as well so don’t be afraid to go all out!
We hope you enjoyed reading all about our favorite dishes from Charleston. Let us know what you thought by leaving a comment below! For more on MD food, make sure you guys follow @nomtasticbaltimore and browse our Maryland tab for more delish restaurant recommendations in Charm City. These following posts may be of interest as well: “Top Takeout And Delivery Options in Baltimore,” “The Best Cheap Eats in Baltimore,” and “Must Try Vegetarian Food in Baltimore.”