MOD Pizza, a national pizza chain specializing in made-to-order pies and salads, has opened its newest location in Hampden’s slowly revitalizing, semi-upscale Rotunda shopping center.
Craft beer bar chain Growler USA is moving in at The Rotunda shopping center in North Baltimore.
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.
How do you feel about pig parts?
It’s entirely likely that this is a question you’ve never asked yourself, but it’s something dinner at Foraged Eatery will force you to consider.
Vintage and antiques store Wishbone Reserve is joining the bustling Hampden neighborhood’s shopping scene next week.
As North Baltimore’s tourist-drawing Hampden neighborhood struggles to confront its elephant in the room of opioid addiction, the Rev. Jim Muratore, of St. Luke’s Church on The Avenue, has proposed tackling the scourge with a tried-and-true, if somewhat unconventional solution: a needle exchange.
While Holy Frijoles has been up and running once again for about six months, it’s never too late to celebrate a neighborhood institution’s revival—and on National Margarita Day, no less.
B. Doughnut is coming back to Baltimore—but only for weekends.