Even if you’re not an only child with hang-ups about sharing, you may find it challenging to share such delectable food at this tapas-style restaurant. Bond Street Social provides a party for your taste buds in the heart of Fells Point in Baltimore by creating interesting twists on typical American favorites. I’m not sure how often the menu changes, but some of my favorites include the tuna tartare, roasted pumpkin ravioli, and the grilled pineapple mojito. They also used to (and hopefully still do) make a caprese salad that is to die for… it’s served in a glass and made with unusual tomatoes and cheeses, along with a basil gelato that may sound icky, but is absolutely delicious in this combination. It’s made by Pitango Gelato, which is just a few blocks away and well worth a visit for dessert.
Like most places, Bond Street isn’t without a few drawbacks. It’s quite pricey (some might say overpriced), and it’s not exactly a quiet place to eat. If you can get over those obstacles, you should find this a very enjoyable place for dinner with friends.
Link to my TripAdvisor Review and others for this restaurant
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