The Four Seasons Hotel Baltimore is known for their lavish rooms, amenities and beautiful restaurants. One of the restaurants featured in the Four Seasons Baltimore is Wit & Wisdom: An absolutely stunning restaurant with beautiful views of the waterfront paired with whimsical and creative dishes created by executive chef Zach Mills.
The restaurant recently revamped their brunch, unveiling their brand new, interactive brunch concept. Offered every Sunday, brunch including live music and action stations.
On Sunday, Dec. 14 I took a drive downtown to try this new interactive brunch.
I have had the pleasure of enjoying dinner before at Wit & Wisdom so I had some idea of what was in store. The truth of the matter was once I walked in and saw the brunch spread I was in total disbelief. Every food one could imagine being included was present plus many others. The lavish buffet style spread was intimidating at first.
Since there was way too much food for me to touch on in just one post, I thought I’d do something a little different and list my top 10 dishes I had that morning. You may be thinking ten different dishes is quite the morning brunch, but just think when I was enjoying all this food it was to better educate you all. The list is in no particular order.
1.) Pancakes – These weren’t your typical pancakes. They were huge and so light and fluffy. Peanut Butter, jelly, whipped cream, butter and syrup were served alongside.
The fluffiest and biggest pancakes. Photo by Taylor Seidel/TU Student.
2.) Raw Bar – Beautifully shucked oysters and shrimp. Such a nice addition to brunch.
3.) Charcuterie – House smoked and cured meats served with crostini (crunchy bread).
Some of the fresh fish and charcuterie. Photo by Taylor Seidel/TU Student.
4.) Carving Station – Featured last Sunday was a beautiful roasted salmon and teres major such a tender piece of meat.
Carving Station featuring salmon and beef. Photo by Taylor Seidel/TU Student.
5.) Sausage Gravy and Biscuits – A spicy white gravy full of huge chunks of sausage served with flaky and buttery biscuits.
6.) Omelet Station – Pick your favorite toppings and choice of eggs and watch the magic happen.
7.) Mac n’ Cheese – So creamy and so tasty. Served in a huge cast iron skillet with crispy breadcrumbs on top.
Mac n’ Cheese. Photo by Taylor Seidel/TU Student.
8.) Bread Pudding – Delicately prepared with a lush caramel sauce. So yummy.
Bread Pudding. Photo by Taylor Seidel/TU Student.
9.) Artisan Pastries – There were too many amazing pastries not to feature them. The almond and chocolate croissants were flaky and decadent.
Artisan Pastries made in house. Photo by Taylor Seidel/TU Student.
10.) The Service – When you go to the four seasons you expect fantastic service. From the moment I stepped into the restaurant until the time I left the service was impeccable. Everyone from the chefs to the waitress to the hostesses was extremely polite.
Make a reservation at OpenTable or call 410-223-1456.
Until next time. I wish you GoodEats!
Edited by Jared Kurlander
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