Clementine does dang good food with a cross-cultural twist.




Come join us for our Valentine's Day


me and my honey (or friends) can't go out on a work night Valentine's Day!!!


**Valentine's Day(s)**

Or start that Galentine's Day tradition!!



Times available:

Friday, 2/12/2016- start time 6 pm

Sunday, 2/14/2016- start time 6 pm & 8:30 pm


Four course Prix Fixe







please pick two


-Warm purple beet bisque with pickled golden beet and crab confetti with curried buttermilk 


-Local oysters with limoncello granita and micro basil 


-Avocado and pickled watermelon ceviche with spicy aioli 


Arugula and spinach salad with pickled shallots, currants and shaved pecorino 






-Rabbit cassoulet with crowder peas, Apple jack and Saucisson 


-Green peppercorn crusted strip steak with ancho lobster mouse 


-Grapevine smoked wild mushroom and and spinach stuffed trout with celeriac purée and white wine, honey gastrique


-Duck la Clementine - seared Moulard duck breast with blood orange and Clementine reduction / glaze with cardamom ginger cream



-Plantain tagine with chickpeas,sun dried tomato, purple carrots, butternut squash and roasted watermelon radish over coconut toasted kamut 



Dessert Course:


-Waverly stout party Carmel with Prigel ice cream and hazelnut brown butter powder


-Chefs cheese plate 


-Charlottetown -Panna cotta with pomegranate pearls and vodka orange maceration



signature cocktails, beer, and wine to be offered a la carte...



Winston and Cristin B.

Winston and his wife, Cristin Dadant, opened Clementine in 2008. They use locally sourced meat and produce to make fun, creative, inventive and, most importantly, delicious food. Nothing is processed and everything is from scratch. With a slew of craft beers, an inexpensive wine list guaranteed to surprise and an emphasis on American small batch distilleries, come to Clementine to restore yourself.

We endeavor through thoughtful sourcing, butchering , preparation, and cooking to connect folks to the land and people from which the food came. With craft, care, and respect, we further the honest dignity of farmers and their land, and – along with our friends who enjoy and sup on our work – grow healthier physically, mentally, and spiritually.


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Parking: There is free neighborhood parking in what looks like the CVS lot across the street. It is actually a neighborhood business lot. There is also free parking in the parking lot behind St. Dominic's just across the cross street we are on, Gibbon Ave.


5402 Harford Rd Baltimore, MD 21214