Woodberry Kitchen’s cute little cousin Artifact Coffee seems to have cornered the market on the whole pop-up thing in Baltimore. Okay, not completely, but they’ve had hugely successful guest chef “takeovers” with Erik Bruner-Yang of Toki Underground, Jonah Kim of (my happy place, now closed) PABU, Bryan Voltaggio of Volt, Aggio, Range, etc and more. And they’re doing it again.
Jeremiah Langhorne, former chef de cuisine at McCrady’s in Charleston, SC, will be joining Woodberry’s Spike Gjerde for a summer supper at Artifact Thursday, July 17- Saturday, July 19. The two chefs have been out foraging and are very excited to share what they’ve found. Everything on the chefs’ menu has been farmed, fished or foraged from the Maryland area.
Like the other takeovers, the menu specifics are not released fully prior to the event. So, these sorts of dinners are exciting for adventurous eaters – and you are in good hands. I personally love that…I tend not to look at menus online before going out to eat. I realize that’s not how everyone operates, but try it, the spontaneity of pop-ups tends to be what makes them really fun.
Dishes will be served and priced a la carte, as the chefs want guests to try as many things as possible.
See you at Artifact – and check out the rest of their events on the Happenings calendar.
- What I miss about dining out in Baltimore - April 29, 2020
- Q&A with Patrick Hudson of True Chesapeake Oyster Co., opening Oct. 9 - October 2, 2019
- Chef Carlos Raba on Good Energy, Mexican Spaghetti and the Road to Clavel - September 12, 2017