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Cross Street Market continues to add vendors in its newly-renovated space

Posted at 9:25 AM, Sep 05, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-05 09:28:21-04

BALTIMORE — If you haven't been to the Cross Street Market in Federal Hill since it was fully renovated, you won't recognize the place.

The building has an entirely new vibe. The stalls are bright and shiny and there is plenty of seating to eat lunch, sip on coffee or enjoy an ice cream cone.

New vendors are opening constantly so here is a list of where you can eat and drink now (as of September 5) and what's coming down the pipeline.

Open Now:

Annoula's Kitchen - Anna Leventis, owner of SoBo Cafe and SoBo Market, opened this new bakery and sandwich shop. You'll find homemade pastries, soups, salads and sandwiches on the menu.
Cans Filling Station - They offer a variety of craft beers, wine, hard seltzer and ciders. You can fill up on your favorite beverage with a 33oz resealable and reusable can.
Ceremony Coffee - You'll find all the classic hot and cold coffee beverages on their menu (including the popular nitro cold brew) plus a small food menu.
Fenwick's Choice Meats - They've called the Cross Street Market home since 1952. You can find just about any cut of meat you want, from whole chickens, to bacon, to sausage.
Gangster Vegan - If you want healthier lunch options, this is the place for you. They offer salads, cold-pressed juices, smoothies and bowls.
Ono Poke - This vendor offers up flavorful poke bowls, made with fresh sashimi-grade fish and they're very environmentally conscious. Don't forget to add the Spam Musubi to your order.
Phubs - You'll find classic Vietnamese dishes on their menu including Pho and Banh Mi bowls. Add a bubble tea to complete your meal.
Royal Farms - Who hasn't had some "World Famous" RoFo chicken? This stall at Cross Street Market is Royal Farms' first "chicken only" eatery (plus western fries. You gotta have the western fries)
Steve's Lunch - This is another legacy vendor that returned to Cross Street Market after the renovation. They've been around for more than 50 years and offer what they call "no frills" breakfast and lunch sandwiches.
The Sweet Shoppe - Every sweet treat you could think of, you'll find at this stall. And if you're looking for a cold dessert, try a scope (or two) of ice cream from Taharka Brothers.
Taco Love Grill - This taqueria is expanding beyond White Marsh to a new stall at Cross Street Market. Take your pick of tacos, quesadillas, burritos, or have them all. Wash it down with their house margarita.

Coming Soon:
Burger Bar
Old Line Cocktail and Wine Bar
Pizza di Joey
Rice Crook
Rooster + Hen
Sobeachy Haitian Cuisine

To keep up with the new vendors coming into Cross Street Market, click here.

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