Food & Drink, Hampden

Dylan’s Oyster Cellar to Open in Hampden

1 Written by: | Tuesday, Jun 09, 2015 10:09am

Photo via Dylan's Oyster Bar Facebook page

Photo via Dylan’s Oyster Bar Facebook page

36th Street will be getting even tastier soon: Dylan’s Oyster Cellar, an oyster-and-cocktail joint, is scheduled to open in Hampden this fall. Read More →

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Ice Cream for Breakfast at the Charmery

0 Written by: | Friday, Feb 06, 2015 2:14pm

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catch of the day fish (2)Weekend brunch is pretty great no matter what. But you know what else is great? Ice cream. And you know when it’s best? Any time. Luckily, the folks over at The Charmery seem to agree with us, which is why they’re hosting an Ice Cream for Breakfast event tomorrow, Saturday, February 7th. They’re declaring it, “the most wonderful, delicious, morning of the year!” And we can’t see why we wouldn’t agree. So throw on your best footie pajamas (yes, dressing in your PJs is encouraged) and head down for the least nutritious breakfast of the year.
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13.5% Wine Bar Celebrates Five Years

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Jul 09, 2014 1:40pm

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catch of the day fish (2)We’re going to just assume that much like the wine they serve, 13.5% Wine Bar is getting better with age. Not that we had any complaints when they first opened their doors five years ago. The incredible wine selection and perfect food pairings featuring local and seasonal delights make for some of the most elegant eating and drinking you can do in this town. So we’re more than happy to join them in raising a glass (or two, or three) to celebrate five awesome years on The Avenue, to be followed, we hope, by many, many more. Read More →

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Featured, Food & Drink, Hampden

Le Garage Beer Bar & Frites to Open in Hampden Friday

0 Written by: | Wednesday, Apr 23, 2014 9:45am

Le Garage Beer Bar & FritesHampden is ready to welcome a new bar and restaurant to take over the old Dogwood location. Le Garage, which as you probably got from the name is a casual French place, opens this Friday on the Avenue.

The executive chef is Sarah Acconcia, formerly of the 13.5% Wine Bar, who has been tasked with crafting “working class” versions of fancy French staples and putting new twists on “peasant dishes.”  Entrees will be priced between $15 and $19 “for the most part” (though City Paper has it between $16 and $23 for single-person entrees). Read More →

Featured, Hampden, Lifeline

Hampden Ice Cream Parlor Unveils Oriole-Themed “Crunch Davis” Flavor

0 Written by: | Tuesday, Sep 03, 2013 9:26am

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It’s sweet cream ice cream with orange sprinkles and bits of Nestle Crunch bars, and it comes in a dish shaped like an O’s cap. It’s called “Crunch Davis,” a nod to Orioles first baseman Chris “Crush” Davis, and it’s the newest offering from Hampden’s Charmery ice cream parlor.

It’s fitting that Davis be the inspiration for the flavor. With the Orioles currently playing below their ability and struggling to make it into the postseason as a wild card team, his performance at bat this season is a consolation prize. His 47 homeruns and counting lead the major leagues and put him on pace to break a club record for homeruns in a single season. Read More →

Culture, Featured, Hampden

Hampden’s Golden West Makes It onto “House of Cards” Shoot

0 Written by: | Wednesday, May 08, 2013 12:51pm

The Golden West Cafe all dressed up on the Avenue in Hampden

The Golden West Cafe all dressed up on the Avenue in Hampden. Photo via Mend Community Acupuncture.

The Netflix original series House of Cards can be hard for a Baltimorean to watch. The locations are so obviously Charm City that it’s easy to forget the show takes place in D.C. And it looks like we can count on another uncanny viewing experience soon, as quintessential Hampden haunt Golden West Cafe apparently played the role of “4th Street Cafe” in a shoot for the series last Wednesday. Read More →

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Hampden Loses Dogwood Restaurant Suddenly

2 Written by: | Monday, Mar 18, 2013 12:27pm

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It’s official: Dogwood Restaurant has closed for good. Like that! (I just snapped my fingers.) The owners said they only made the decision this weekend, implying that the staff couldn’t have had much notice regarding their sudden unemployment. The owners blamed the closing on “three very poor weeks of revenue.” Read More →

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Shopping and Styling at Ma Petite Shoe

0 Written by: | Friday, Nov 16, 2012 10:30am

 

There’s something almost Victorian about Ma Petite Shoe. By that we mean that the Hampden boutique captures all of the decadence, romance, indulgence, and classic beauty of that period while dispensing with the restrictiveness of corsets and the fact that the chocolate of the period bore almost no resemblance to the treats we enjoy today.  That’s why we will be sure to visit the Hampden boutique on Sunday, November 18 from 1 – 4 p.m. for a special event.  Read More →

Culture

Hampdenfest to Bring Music, Food, Toilet Bowl Races to the Avenue

0 Written by: | Friday, Sep 07, 2012 10:12am

What began as a modest community event organized by the Hampden Village Merchants Association and the Hampden Community Council has grown into a quirky, oversize barnburner — albeit a family-friendly, over-by-seven barnburner — a festival that has retained the homegrown Hampden sense of humor and aesthetic with which it was founded. Read More →

Culture, Hampden

Baltimore Burger Bar Moves to a New Hampden Spot

0 Written by: | Thursday, Jul 26, 2012 1:00pm

Courtesy Bmore Media – Baltimore Burger Bar, a restaurant specializing in farm-to-table ‘foodie’ burgers, plans to relocate  from its present location on the Avenue in Hampden to another spot on the same street with a larger kitchen.

Store Owner Anisha Jagtap says she is spending $50,000 on the move and renovation and hopes to open the new location by the end of September.

The new space is currently zoned as retail space and Jagtap will go before the city’s zoning board Aug. 21 for approval.

Currently housed in a two-story, 1,400-square-foot space at 830 W. 36th St., Baltimore Burger Bar will relocate to 840 W. 36th St. to a 1,200-square-foot space.

Jagtap also plans to construct a 166-square-foot addition as well as provide outdoor seating, making the overall space larger and more conducive to table service. The additions and renovations are pending approval and are scheduled to happen along with the restaurant opening this fall.

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