Add some deliciousness from The Corner Pantry to your next event

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I love the Corner Pantry. From the clean, simple, fresh decor to the easy, relaxed vibe to the delicious food – the biscuits to the doughnuts and salads and more – everything is made in-house. It’s all good. Spot on, really. British Chef Neill Howell and his wife Emily (a Baltimorean) have made the corner of Lake & Falls the place to go to wake up, refuel, meet a friend for lunch, take dinner home, sit in on a cooking class and now, their catering business is thriving. Next time you’re having an event at work or home, give them a call and Chef will create a fabulous spread for you and your guests.

Emily says, “In our catering business, we’re doing everything from business lunch drop-offs and private dinners home to large cocktail receptions for 300 or more. We’ve done a lot in this past year.” (They opened on February 14, so they’re coming up on a year now.) She continues, “Where I see us as unique and what comes up often when talking to clients is that Baltimore catered events seem to always have two main staples… beef tenderloin and crab dip/crab cakes. And, while we of course do offer those items (and we do a damn good tenderloin and crab cake, by the way), I believe we bring a whole new approach to home and event catering. Lots of bold spices, herbs, flavors, yet simple approachable presentation. Everything made fresh, in-house from scratch. Unique passed appetizers/dishes. Really great desserts – I don’t think we’ve done one event without the presence of our chocolate chip cookies.”

Also, you need to figure out an excuse to have a business meeting or lunch with a friend there on a Friday because Chef makes some killer fish & chips…only available on Fridays. The mushy peas? OMG. The mushy peas!


Mark your calendar for the weekend of April 18-19, 2015. Chef Neill will be at The Emporiyum in Harbor East, along with Bryan Voltaggio, Spike Gjerde and, me! I will be selling salted caramel brownies and I hope Corner Pantry’s booth is near mine! Get your tickets now…



The doughnuts at the top? The Elvis: peanut butter mousse, banana glaze, crumbled house cured bacon. Yep. Ridiculous.

Amy Langrehr

Amy Langrehr is the blogger and Instagrammer behind Charm City Cook.She writes about food, drink, cooking and more in her hometown of Baltimore.
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