Since 1845, Cross Street Market has been a vital part of the Federal Hill community. The present structure, built in 1952, is ... More
Cross Street Market
Since 1845, Cross Street Market has been a vital part of the Federal Hill community. The present structure, built in 1952, is home to 28 vendors, selling everything from cheese to tobacco, donuts to health foods. In addition to fresh food, merchants also have prepared foods available, perfect for a picnic or day trip. For those who enjoy raw clams and oysters, the raw bar here simply can't be beat for freshness or atmosphere.
Baltimore has a lot to offer, but one can get the collective Bawlmer experience here. Seafood, Beer and unpreteniousness. Blue collar mixing it up with white. Nobody cares. A definite vacation, at least for a few hours. We nick named it the "Temple". When I die, I hope heaven is similar.
WHAT IS GREAT ABOUT THE CROSS ST. MARKET IS THERE IS NO PROBLEMS. WHICH MAKES IT GREAT FOR FAMILIES OR INDIVIDUALS. GREAT FOOD AND DRINK FROM RAW SEAFOOD TO CHICKEN, BEER TO WINE. THE RANGE IS VERY OPEN TO ALL TASTE. THE SMALL TOWN FEEL MAKES YOU FEEL RIGHT AT HOME, EVERYONE IS VERY NICE AND OUT TO HAVE A GREAT TIME. BY FAR THIS IS THE BEST MARKET IN BALTIMORE FOR THE ALL AROUND FEEL AND LOVE THAT EVERYONE HAS THAT GOES THERE. KELLY H. 2-10-07
The Cross Street Market is great you can get anything you want to eat and the raw bar is cool. After they close ther is awsome night life with the bars and clubs with in walking distance. "Time to get Misty Goldberg Family"
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