Tag: Cross Street Market

Ceremony Coffee Roasters Opens at Cross Street Market

Ceremony Coffee Roasters Opens at Cross Street Market

Coffee drinks at Ceremony’s Cross Street Market location include espresso, Long Black, Cortado, Cappuccino, Flat White, Latte, Mocha, Americano, Black Shakerato, White Shakerato, nitro cold brew, pour over coffee, and regular coffee. Patrons can also get Ceremony’s canned cold brew to-go.

| June 14, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Royal Farms Opening a Fried Chicken Stall at Cross Street Market

Royal Farms Opening a Fried Chicken Stall at Cross Street Market

Baltimore-staple Royal Farms is opening a new concept for the redeveloped Cross Street Market in Federal Hill. The Royal Farms’ stall will just focus on the convenience store and gas station’s “world famous chicken,” which will include fried chicken, chicken tenders, chicken salad, chicken sandwiches, and sides.

| May 29, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Cross Street Market to Reopen Thursday with Fenwick’s Choice Meats and Steve’s Lunch

Cross Street Market to Reopen Thursday with Fenwick’s Choice Meats and Steve’s Lunch

The renovated Cross Street Market will reopen on Thursday morning with legacy vendors Fenwick’s Choice Meats and Steve’s Lunch. Legacy tenant The Sweet Shoppe, as well as new tenant Ceremony Coffee Roaster, is expected to open soon after followed by many additional tenants in the coming months.

| May 22, 2019 | 0 Comments
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SouthBMore.com Founder and Publisher Talks About Port Covington and Cross Street Market on The Brett Hollander Show Podcast

SouthBMore.com Founder and Publisher Talks About Port Covington and Cross Street Market on The Brett Hollander Show Podcast

SouthBMore.com Founder and Publisher Kevin Lynch was featured on WBAL’s The Brett Hollander Show podcast yesterday discussing the groundbreaking of Chapter 1 of Port Covington and the history of the site, as well as the opening of the Cross Street Market.

| May 15, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Cross Street Market’s Opening Delayed by Ransomware Attack on City of Baltimore Computers

Cross Street Market’s Opening Delayed by Ransomware Attack on City of Baltimore Computers

The Cross Street Market was hoping to reopen yesterday with legacy vendors Fenwick Choice Meats and Steve’s Lunch, but the tenants were unable to get their Use and Occupancy Permits and final inspections because of a ransomware attack on the City of Baltimore’s computer system.

| May 14, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Why Pizza Di Joey Decided to Open Its First Brick-and-Mortar Location at Cross Street Market

Why Pizza Di Joey Decided to Open Its First Brick-and-Mortar Location at Cross Street Market

Owner Joey Vanoni said he heard local calls for New York-style pizza, which can be seen often on neighborhood Facebook pages, and is happy to bring the pizza of his home region to the neighborhood permanently.

| May 7, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Cross Street Farmers’ Market Opens this Saturday in Federal Hill with More Than 20 Local Vendors

Cross Street Farmers’ Market Opens this Saturday in Federal Hill with More Than 20 Local Vendors

Vendors were selected to “exhibit a variety of local food artisanship and to complement the offerings inside Cross Street Market.” CSM Ventures, LLC is excited the farmers’ market gives a nod to the mid-1800s when Cross Street Market existed as an open-air market.

| April 30, 2019 | 0 Comments
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‘Pizza di Joey,’ ‘Old Line Cocktail and Wine Bar,’ and ‘Gangster Vegan Organics’ Coming to Cross Street Market

‘Pizza di Joey,’ ‘Old Line Cocktail and Wine Bar,’ and ‘Gangster Vegan Organics’ Coming to Cross Street Market

Cross Street Market developer Caves Valley Partners (CVP) and its leasing team at CANAdev announced three new tenants today for the soon-to-reopen market. These tenants include Pizza di Joey, Old Line Cocktail and Wine Bar, and Gangster Vegan Organics. All three are expected to open in early-summer.

| April 23, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Photo Tour Inside the Cross Street Market

Photo Tour Inside the Cross Street Market

As Cross Street Market is getting close to reopening, SouthBMore.com took a tour of the building to get a look at the progress. The block-long, 31,800 sq. ft. market is undergoing an $8-million redevelopment by Caves Valley Partners.

| March 29, 2019 | 0 Comments
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New Wayfinding, Neon Signs, and Mural to Direct People Between Cross Street Market and West Street Garage

New Wayfinding, Neon Signs, and Mural to Direct People Between Cross Street Market and West Street Garage

As part of Caves Valley Partners’ (CVP) $8-million redevelopment of Cross Street Market, CVP Partner Arsh Mirmiran wanted to clean up the 1100 block Patapsco St. and ensure visitors knew how to get from the market to West Street Garage. CVP is partnering with Pizza Boli’s and the West Street Garage to add new a new mural, signage, and wayfinding to this block.

| March 12, 2019 | 0 Comments
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New Farmers’ Market Coming to Cross Street in Federal Hill

New Farmers’ Market Coming to Cross Street in Federal Hill

The Cross Street Farmers’ Market will take place from April to October every Saturday morning, likely from 8am to 12pm. An opening date has not yet been announced.

| February 4, 2019 | 0 Comments
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A Bakery, Craft Beer Station, Poké  Restaurant, and Taco Grill Coming to Cross Street Market

A Bakery, Craft Beer Station, Poké Restaurant, and Taco Grill Coming to Cross Street Market

The four new vendors are Annoula’s Kitchen, a bakery from Anna Leventis, owner of SoBo Market and SoBo Café; Cans Filling Station, a craft beer concept from Will Glass of Taps Fill Station which has locations at Mt. Vernon Marketplace and The Bourse in Philadelphia; Ono Poké, a poké and Hawaiian-style restaurant that has a location Downtown; and Taco Love Grill, a family-run taqueria based in White Marsh.

| January 23, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Retro Neon Sign Added to Facade of Cross Street Market

Retro Neon Sign Added to Facade of Cross Street Market

The sign is a black rectangular structure with white neon lighting. It reads ‘Cross Street Market’ along with ‘ESTD 1846.’ It has a light feature that will switch between reading ‘open’ and ‘closed.’ The sign was designed by Younts Design Inc. and fabricated by Belsinger Sign Works.

| January 21, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Negotiations “Actively Underway” For a New Seafood Concept at Cross Street Market

Negotiations “Actively Underway” For a New Seafood Concept at Cross Street Market

With this week’s departure of Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood at Cross Street Market, Caves Valley Partners (CVP) is in active negotiations with an “established restaurateur” to bring a new seafood concept to the S. Charles St. side of the market. CVP is undertaking an $8-million renovation of the block-long, 31,800 sq. ft. Federal Hill market that is now entirely closed for construction.

| January 9, 2019 | 0 Comments
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Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood Closes at Cross Street Market After Today, Hopes to Reopen in Federal Hill

Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood Closes at Cross Street Market After Today, Hopes to Reopen in Federal Hill

After more than 45 years at Cross Street Market, Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood’s last day of business is today. Co-owner Kwang Lee told SouthBMore.com that while Nick’s is leaving the market, he is searching for a new home for the business in Federal Hill. Tomorrow, the Nick’s team will begin to break down the business and put equipment and fixtures into a storage facility.

| January 7, 2019 | 0 Comments
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New Retro Sign Goes Up at Cross Street Market, Most of the Market to Open by March

New Retro Sign Goes Up at Cross Street Market, Most of the Market to Open by March

The Light St. entrance of the Cross Street Market now has a new look as a painted ‘Cross Street Market’ sign has been added to the brick facade. Cross Street Market is currently undergoing an $8-million redevelopment by Caves Valley Partners (CVP). Initial construction began in April and a second phase began in November.

| December 10, 2018 | 0 Comments
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Second Phase of Construction at Cross Street Market Begins Next Week, Several Businesses to Close

Second Phase of Construction at Cross Street Market Begins Next Week, Several Businesses to Close

Starting next week the entire Cross Street Market, other than Nick’s Inner Harbor Seafood at the S. Charles St. entrance, will be closed for renovations. The eastern section of Cross Street Market has been closed since April for construction. Caves Valley Partners (CVP) is leading the $8-million renovation of the 31,800 sq. ft., block-long market that runs from Light St. to S. Charles St. in Federal Hill.

| November 2, 2018 | 0 Comments
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