The dry days are over at Hampden’s signature–and probably only–breakfast skillet spot, Chuck’s Trading Post. Tonight, the restaurant will celebrate its newfound freedom to serve alcohol by partnering up on a party with nearby Union Craft Brewing. “Prohibition Ends at Last!” a flyer reads, also listing some of the brews that will be on tap, including the Double Duckpin double IPA, the coffee-infused Pajama Pants oatmeal stout and others.
Special food will also be served, including a pork shoulder marinating in Union Craft beer. And to go with that, there’s music from local rockers Warren Boes from the All Mighty Senators and indie pop artist Andy Bopp, starting at 7 p.m.
The restaurant is staying open pretty much all day for the celebration. Thereafter, Chuck’s will have the green light to sell beer, wine and liquor seven days a week, thanks to its shiny new Class B beer, wine and liquor license.
3-11 p.m., Chuck’s Trading Post, 1506 W. 36th Street, Baltimore, (410) 366-0178, www.chuckstradingpost.com.
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