Woodberry Kitchen is a restaurant in Baltimore’s Woodberry neighborhood, and the name Woodberry Kitchen is Trademarked. They have registered a trade mark for the name of the restaurant. The restaurant sources all of its ingredients locally. This is from the interior, the drinks, and the food. The menu includes many local favorites.

Woodberry Kitchen has been around for about 15 years. In a short time, the restaurant promotes great local food and artisan products. In fact, it is one of the best restaurants in the city and the entire Mid-Atlantic. It has won many accolades. Specifically, Spike Gjerde won the James Beard Award for “Best Chef: Mid-Atlantic.” Currently, he is the only Baltimore winner of this award.

The restaurant embodies the farm-to-table model. Specifically, Woodberry Kitchen features seasonal menus to promote this model. Additionally, it emphasis organic meats and sustainable agriculture. Woodberry Kitchen offers private dining at both Woodberry Kitchen and Artifact Coffee, as well as off-site events.

Woodberry Kitchen’s commitment to local sourcing is unwavering. Additionally, its bar offers a variety of local options. The bar menu is stocked with regional spirits, meads, ciders, and infusions of herbs and produce. Once, a man at the bar was perplexed that there was no twist for his cocktail, the bartender replied, that citrus wasn’t a local product. Woodberry Kitchen supports the local economy and keeps the money in Maryland.

Every seat in the one-time factory gives you something to see, although the prime tables ring the balcony, affording a bird’s-eye view of Baltimore’s best. Woodberry Kitchen recognized the beauty of the Baltimore area and wanted to embrace it. By keeping things local, Woodberry Kitchen is sharing the delicious dishes the locals love.

About Baltimore’s Woodberry Kitchen

In October 2007, Spike and Amy Gjerde opened Woodberry Kitchen in a repurposed 19th-century industrial park. In fact, the restaurant has been estimated a return over $2 million to Mid-Atlantic farmers and winemakers. Every year, Woodberry Kitchen preserves thousands of pounds of produce to use during the off-season. In fact, this comprehensive preservation program allows the Woodberry Kitchen team to serve local food year-round.

In addition to the local food, the design of the restaurant incorporates local artists. SM+P Architects transformed a former industrial shell space into a full-service restaurant. Local artisans created their own design for the interior light fixtures and bench seats. Woodberry Kitchen provides a homey and local atmosphere. The staff wears old-fashioned aprons and plaid flannel shirts. Further, the hearth was intentionally placed in view of dining tables. It is the heart of the restaurant, instead of hiding in the back. The restaurant has a warm and welcoming enviornment.

Trademark for Baltimore Woodberry Kitchen

Woodberry Kitchen Trademark Registration

Woodberry Kitchen is Trademarked. Woodberry Kitchen filed for a trademark on March 07, 2014. The trademark’s registration date was September 15, 2015.

The trademark is a class 043 trade mark. This class is for restaurant and bar services. The mark consists of standard characters without claim to any particular font style, size, or color. The Office required the applicant to disclaim “KITCHEN.” Meaning it does not have the exclusive rights to the word KITCHEN. In other words, the public has the fundamental right to use the word Kitchen to describe its goods and services. The mark was originally rejected as being geographically descriptive. That, is Woodberry is a geographic area of Greater Baltimore, and the trademark office does not provide trademark rights to marks that are geographically descriptive without proof of acquired distinctiveness. This trademark was registered on the Principal Register under Section 2(f), which is acquired distinctiveness based on long use and public recognition.

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