Someone did some major damage late Sunday to the outside wall of Maggie’s dispensary in North Baltimore’s Wyman Park neighborhood using a box truck.
This Fall, dine, dance and swing to sweet and hot sounds, including hits by Duke Ellington , Count Basie, Fats Waller, George Gershwin and more with Hotel Paradise Roof Garden Orchestra. On Sunday, September 8 and Sunday, October 13, head to Paulie Gee’s in Hampden for a “Roaring Twenties” afternoon. Reservations are recommended – call 410-235-1566.
SUN. SEPT. 8 & OCT. 13, 3-5 PM
continues monthly, every second Sunday
3535 Chestnut Ave. Hampden 21211
The owner of De Kleine Duivel, a Belgian beer haven in an old banquet hall in Hampden, has sold his business to his upstairs neighbor, Bluebird Cocktail Room co-owner Paul Benkert.
True Chesapeake Oyster Co., the anchor for Hampden’s soon-to-open Whitehall Mill food hall, will debut Sept. 17, its operators announced today.
For the second year in a row, Hampden booze merchant The Wine Source and Highlandtown brewery Monument City Brewing are teaming up to release a hazy IPA named for one of the North Baltimore neighborhood’s most famous spots, The Avenue.
This time around, the businesses will be donating a portion of the proceeds to the Hampden Family Center, which offers support services for people of all ages.
Hampden’s forthcoming food market at Whitehall Mill has unveiled its starting lineup, which includes another Baltimore outpost for Annapolis-based Ceremony Coffee, a bakery, a general store, Filipino-inspired fare and more.
Before I stepped foot inside Nepenthe Brewing Co., I’d already heard a lot about it. I knew it was a new concept for Nepenthe Homebrew, a well-respected shop within the local homebrewing community that moved after a series of floods ravaged its building in the Meadow Mill complex next to the Jones Falls.
I’d also heard, through friends, that the new Nepenthe location was a lot of fun. They were right. During our visit, Nepenthe’s food was uneven, but there was a lot to like about it; the space, drinks and people went a long way towards making up for a few imperfections from the kitchen.
Coming soon to North Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood: A spot where you’re not only permitted, but encouraged to break things in search of emotional catharsis.
The local tradition continues on, hon. Thousands descended on The Avenue in Hampden this weekend for two days of music, food, vendors and beehive hairdos at HonFest, the annual celebration of Baltimore’s working women.
Attendees also enjoyed a contest to crown the Best Hon, an oyster shucking contest and (mostly) great weather.
Check out our photos from 2019’s HonFest.