Get unlimited digital access to baltimoresun.com. $0.99 for 4 weeks.
Entertainment Food & Dining Baltimore Diner

The Corner Pantry now open in Lake Falls Village

Serving "British fare with an American accent," The Corner Pantry is now open in Lake Falls Village.

The Corner Pantry is from former Bond Street Social executive chef Neill Howell, a native of Colchester, England, who co-owns the cafe with his wife, Emily Howell.

British specialties are on the breakfast menu, where there are crumpets, scones and sausage rolls, and on the daily menu, where there's a listing of "sarnies," a popular term in the northern United Kingdom for bacon sandwiches in particular and sandwiches in general.

The featured attractions are afternoon tea, served daily from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., and a chopped salad bar, where customers can add in a selection of seasonal vegetables, fruits, nuts and proteins. The Corner Pantry also serves a full coffee menu as well as fresh juices and smoothies.

Breakfast is served from opening (7 a.m. on weekdays, 8 a.m. on Saturday) until 11 a.m., and lunch and light dinner is served from 11 a.m. until closing (7 p.m. on weekdays, 5 p.m. on Saturday)

The cafe is open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.

The Corner Pantry is at 6080 Falls Road. For information call 667-308-2330 or go visit their Facebook page.

 

 

 

Copyright © 2015, The Baltimore Sun
Related Content
  • Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week 2014 [Pictures]
    Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week 2014 [Pictures]

    During this seasonal dining tradition, patrons enjoy dinners (and some lunches) at close to 100 Baltimore-area restaurants for a fixed price of $30 or $20 for three-course dinners, and $15 for two-course lunches. Baltimore Summer Restaurant Week 2014 runs Aug. 1-10. Find information about...

  • New name, for Vito but the quality endures
    New name, for Vito but the quality endures

    There have been a couple of changes lately at the old Vito's Cafe, a sterling Italian restaurant in a shopping center on York Road in Cockeysville. Last summer, the family-owned establishment, which had been a BYOB, got a license to serve wine, beer and liquor. And more recently, the...

  • Burgers and poutine at Clark Burger next to Senator
    Burgers and poutine at Clark Burger next to Senator

    The Inner Harbor's just-opened Shake Shack outpost is garnering big headlines but it's not the only new burger joint in town. On the northern edge of the city, the talk is all about the independently owned restaurant Clark Burger.

  • The name is Latin, the food is Turkish and wonderful
    The name is Latin, the food is Turkish and wonderful

    The new Fells Point restaurant Mare Nostrum is one of the nicest surprises in years. Arriving without publicity, the restaurant serves simple and wonderfully delicious food in a serene and comfortable setting.

  • Grille Twelve24 has tasty Peruvian food
    Grille Twelve24 has tasty Peruvian food

    In recent years, Peruvian restaurants have popped up throughout the city and suburbs — think Pisco in Elkridge and the much-loved Puerto 511 near the downtown library. Grille Twelve24, which opened in Mid-Town Belvedere last fall, is one of the area's newer Peruvian spots.

  • Korean flavors, techniques sparkle at Be-One Korean BBQ in Station North
    Korean flavors, techniques sparkle at Be-One Korean BBQ in Station North

    During the summer of 2012, Andrew Zimmern of the Travel Channel's "Bizarre Foods" shows descended on the Baltimore region to explore the food scene — including an illuminating visit to several Korean restaurants in Baltimore and in Howard County.

Comments
Loading