Little Tavern No. 3 – Hampden, Baltimore

Found this one on “The Avenue” in Hampden. It was the first Little Tavern to have originally been built in the tudor cottage style, all the ones built prior to this were more along the lines of a White Castle. Despite the roof now being gone, the building is recognizable by its window and door placement, as well as its dimensions. It is being used as the bar for the adjoining restaurant, and the interior looks like it still has some original fixtures.

Built Jan 29, 1931, Baltimore No. 3 (First “Streamlined” Little Tavern- those built prior were of the castle style, it appears. Some were converted to the tudor style later on)
908 W. 36th St. Baltimore MD

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2 thoughts on “Little Tavern No. 3 – Hampden, Baltimore

  1. Way back when. No idea when it went out of business as such, though. With as history conscious as Hampden seems to be, you’d think there’d be some info floating around on it.

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