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Hampden, most widely recognized for it’s 34th Street Christmas Light Display and The Avenue lined with boutiques and restaurants is a funky annex of Baltimore has a lot more to off than quirk. Wine enthusiasts and beer lovers flock to the area for craft selections of their favorite beverages at the many wine bars and breweries scattered throughout the neighborhood. In Hampden you typical bar fare is difficult to find, come prepared to try something new and come back wanting more.
Come to Frazier’s on Mondays to test your trivia skills then reward yourself with some $5 tots! This special showcases their famous tots, with numerous topping available. There’s more than enough space to watch the Monday Night game and pretend it’s still the weekend.This huge sports bar is the local watering hole for the surrounding neighborhood. After your first trip you will feel like a regular at Frazier’s.
Hampden is renowned for having a great selection of wine bars a pizzerias, and The Arthouse is no exception. Tuesday-Saturday 4 to 7 enjoy personal pizzas for only $10. You haven't experienced Hampden until trying a pie from the Arthouse fresh from their brick oven. Enjoy your pizza with one of their many wine or craft beer offerings for a perfectly paired evening.
Le Garage is a Belgian/French hybrid restaurant with laid-back takes on popular dishes inspired by both cultures. Stop by on a Monday to try their Mussels and Frites for only $12, add $3 and get a draft beer to compliment the dish. Nothing compares to their expansive draft beer list and diverse menu. Get transported to Europe while enjoying The Ave.
Rocket to Venus is off adjacent to The Avenue, standing alone and still attracting huge crowds. Saddle up to the horseshoe shaped bar and throwback your choice of any 3 beers for only $4 on Monday-Friday from 5 to 7. Rocket to Venus allows you to sample local beers and not settle for just or two, a concept we couldn't agree more with.
A bit off the main streets of Hampden but well worth the trek, Blue Pitt has great food with a whiskey collection unparalleled by anything on The Ave. During happy hour 4-7 on weekdays you can experience some decadent Manhattans and Old-Fashioneds for only $7. Sample the bar’s numerous whiskeys and pick your favorite, you’ll definitely be back between the smokin’ BBQ and strong drinks.
Renowned as one of Baltimore’s premier restaurants, The Food Market combines comfort food with a modern edge Happy Hour at the Food Market is a great opportunity to try some of their most popular drinks and small plates without breaking the bank. On Mondays-Fridays from 5 to 7 you can get their original cocktails for only $8. Finish off the drinks with $10 street tacos or their famous $6 amish soft pretzels. Regardless of what you choose, you will be back for dinner and brunch in no time. 7. Golden West Cafe, $6 Pitchers
The late-night taco window adorning this establishment made it love at first sight, but that is only the beginning of what this Hampden favorite has to offer. Golden West Cafe serves breakfast all day, but their Tuesday night special of $6 pitchers of Moosebead and Natty Boh will have you coming in for a classic breakfast for dinner. Cheap beer and pancakes, could there be a better combination?