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Hampden is an interesting neighborhood in North Baltimore. Formerly a village rooted in the mill industry it has transitioned into a semi-hip neighborhood with lots of art galleries, interesting shops and restaurants. Because of the dramatic "gentrification" that has occurred in the area over the...More
When we planned our visit to Baltimore we knew we wanted to stay in the iconic Hampden neighborhood. There are lots of fun and funky shops on "The Avenue" as well as plenty of food and drink options. Whether you decide to stay in Hampden...More
What can I say -- Hampden is the funkiest, funnest part of the city. It's come a long way since its down-in-the-dumps days. Unlike what another reviewer here claimed, there are tons of local places -- local eateries and local shops. In fact, 99% of...More
There is almost nothing on the "avenue" that services locals. There are more than 30 restaurants in 4 blocks. All the tourists take all the free parking places that residents should have access to. The is a wildly popular HonFest that has nothing to do...More
Check out John Waters' image of Baltimore. Walk up the Avenue. Eat at Golden West. Get ice cream at the Charmery. Maybe an outdoor movie and coffee at the Sweet Side. Shop antique shops. If you are there for Christmas see the lights on 34th...More
I live within walking distance from Hampden- and I am very pleased for all the changes that Hampden has gone through over the past several years. It is one of the places to be in Baltimore now. With many eateries, historic homes converted to restaurants...More
sorry I didn't see your question last week. Most places can handle a table for 8. I would go to the Café Hun, though very busy they have large tables, good service, kid friendly, and a family friendly menu.