Our Guide to Baltimore's Cuisine Landscape       •       2014
#15 Corner BYOB
#15 Corner BYOB

Diners who talk about the golden age of quiet dining and classically prepared cuisine discovered this hideaway early on.

Last year saw two big changes: the addition of a annex bar, which shares the same kitchen but not the same menu, and the acquisition of a full liquor license. You can still BYOB, but it’s nice not having to worry about it.

Go for Bernard Dehaene’s Belgian-influenced fare — the crispy duck breast, the cod wrapped in prosciutto or steamed mussels, served by the kilopot.