A modern cafe converted from a bank, our space is perfect for: receptions, off-sites, holiday parties, presentations, product launches, dinners, cocktail receptions, and anything else your team comes up with! Our 1500 sq ft space is located in the heart of downtown Baltimore. Features: - Charming open space for a unique atmosphere. - Flexible arrangement for tables and chairs - Large windows looking out into the city - Functional kitchen - A backroom that can be used as a changing area. For an additional fee, we have optional features available to you: - In-house coffee services: $2/head There are restrooms available in the back of the space. There will always be an on-site manager present in case you need any assistance throughout your booking. The space is a converted bank originally built in the late 1800's and has many original qualities still intact. It is a full service cafe during the day. We are a few blocks from the inner harbor, there are tons of hotels and parking to choose from. A great central location near other restaurants, bars and Baltimore attractions.
Irene N. booked an anniversary party for 75 people
Amazing venue! I’m happy I trusted the other reviews. I hosted my parents 30th anniversary here and the venue is gorgeous! Dave was amazing and very helpful every step of the way. I wouldnt hesitate to use this venue again!
Vashti P. booked a birthday party for 75 people
Absolutely phenomenal space! David and his staff were great the entire night. I would definitely book this space again for upcoming events .
Chris F. booked a surprise birthday party for 80 people
David was an absolutely perfect host. I also used his catering and bar services and both were first class. He was very accommodating to my last minute requests and the space was awesome. Thank you.
Jessica M. booked a graduation party for 75 people
Great space. Very special opportunity. Stairs to go up to enter. Stairs to use the bathroom. Great parking options nearby. The move out process is kind of tight and no propping doors l, which are very heavy, so add about 30 minutes on when planning. However, DJ with large equipment was able to use side door. David helped me out when I forgot cups! There’s a team member on site during the event. They still allowed privacy. Tall ceilings and grand place but not too fancy. Just right for anything. Even a wedding for a creative person. Not sure what the interaction with the proprietor is like at the beginning of the event because I was not there, but they do provide a sheet with instructions and rules.
Alisa K. booked a rehearsal dinner for 75 people
David and his team were fantastic to work with. They responded to any questions/requests promptly and made sure we were well taken care of during our event. Thank you!
Michael G. booked an event for 45 people
Excellent space and catering if you select this venue. Dave and his team can accommodate diverse catering options. The space was maintained well and takes you back in time with the early 20th century architecture of an old bank. Plenty of parking around the site as well. Simply awesome and my guests of nearly 40 people all enjoyed!
Lynnea W. booked a 40th birthday party for 60 people
Gorgeous space. Initial communication with the owner, David, was acceptable; however, his in-person demeanor is a bit off-putting but I really wanted the space so I dismissed it. During the party, I picked up a glass and it shattered in my hand, cutting my left index finger deeply, causing it to bleed profusely. After finally stopping the bleeding, I brought this to David’s attention. There was a complete lack of concern on his part. “I guess you’re stronger than you thought,” he said. I’m not sure in what world, I could casually break a rocks glass but I did not want to damper the mood of the party so I dismissed it (again). Separately, a friend noticed a long crack on a glass she was drinking from and brought it to his attention - to which he said "it must have happened when you 'clinked' your glasses.'" Again, I’m not sure what clientele he’s accustomed to but I’ve never seen anyone damage a glass from toasting. (There wasn’t even a toast!) I completely understand my cut was a freak accident but there should have been SOME concern from the owner other than “we quality check all of our glassware.” I’ve worked in several restaurants and bars. Management would’ve done everything possible to make sure the customer was ok. Thankfully, there was no major damage to my finger. Seven weeks later, it still isn’t fully healed (which is normal for fingers) and there’s intermittent pain. So, if you don’t have to interact too much with David, go for it but bring your own drinkware!