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Come party at CO-BALT Workspace, home to Baltimore Fishbowl HQ

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Image via Facebook.

The former Apostolic Truth Tabernacle church on the 1000 block of W. 36th Street is now CO-BALT Workspace, a co-working office building along The Avenue in Hampden.

It also happens to be the home of Baltimore Fishbowl, and the new owners are throwing a party with free food and drinks on April 26 that’s open to the public. Neighborhood favorites like Food Market, Luigi’s Italian Deli, Cafe Hon and Sweet Side Cafe will all be represented in the food spread.

Neighborhood Spotlight: Businesses Thrive and Community Flourishes in Hampden

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When you ask merchants and residents of Hampden what makes their neighborhood a great place to open a business, grow a family or just to live day-to-day, the answer is always the same.

“It’s a unique blend of artists, working class people, general Baltimore weirdos and business owners all mixing together with new residents and visitors,” said Benn Ray, co-owner of Atomic Books on Falls Road and president of the Hampden Village Merchants Association, a group of about 150 merchants that promote the neighborhood’s business interests. “[Hampden] is a neighborhood with a lot of character and community.”

Bodhi Corner, a new Thai restaurant, to open in old Café Cito space

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The future location of Bodhi Corner, at 3500 Chestnut Ave. Photo by Brandon Weigel.

A new Thai restaurant, Bodhi Corner, is coming to Hampden, setting up shop in the space once occupied by Café Cito on Chestnut Avenue.

Nori, new sushi restaurant and bar, coming to old Corner Bar space in Hampden

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Hampden’s new sushi bar, Nori. Photo by Ethan McLeod.

Less than two months after the Corner Restaurant and Charcuterie Bar abruptly closed up shop, a new sushi bar is taking over the vacant space in Hampden.

Grano Emporio closing in Hampden at end of June

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Grano Emporio Hampden closing
Photo by Ethan McLeod

Grano Emporio, the traditional Italian restaurant tucked into a Hampden rowhouse and known for its simple and delicious fare, will close down on June 30, its owners announced Thursday night.

Hot Plate: Restaurant closings, farmers’ markets return, Cinco de Mayo, Kentucky Derby and Mother’s Day plans

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The Sandlot opens for the season on Saturday, May 5, with a party featuring a new Monument City Brewing beer.

Not all of this week’s restaurant news is good–-a couple tough closings have recently been announced. But we have a big party weekend ahead of us, Baltimore, and a lot to look forward to for the rest of the month.

Here’s a look at what’s happening:

Mud and Metal to close after 23 years in Hampden

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Photo by Ethan McLeod

Hampden craft shop and art gallery Mud and Metal is shutting down next weekend after 23 years of doing business in Hampden.

Owner of Corner Charcuterie Bar in Hampden announces sudden closure

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Photo by Ethan McLeod

Hampden’s Corner Restaurant and Charcuterie Bar is shutting down after tonight, the eatery’s owner announced on Facebook Monday afternoon.

City paying for new lights, shading, drainage and more for Hampden skatepark at Roosevelt Park

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Courtesy Ian Supra and Konrad Crispino

Soon, the sun will not dictate when skaters have to call it quits for the day at the Skatepark of Baltimore.

Hot House: Hilltop Row House In Hampden, $284,900

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Hot House: 1026 West 38th Street, Baltimore, MD 21211

hampden row househampden row house frontBrick-front Federal style Hampden row house, circa 1880, with front porch and new roof. Three bedrooms, two full baths, 1,328 sq. ft over two stories with unfinished basement and rear parking pad. Original architectural details. Living room, dining room, large kitchen, laundry room, full bath with shower on main level.  Upstairs master bedroom and ensuite bath with tub. Two further bedrooms. Full unfinished basement. New energy-efficient windows. New front retaining walls, fully fenced backyard: $284,900

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