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GOOD NEWS! The Avenue Market is coming back from COVID-19!


The Avenue Market is coming back from COVID-19! The building is open to customers for carry-out only and within the 50% occupancy guidelines from local and state government. Other businesses will be returning to operation as they replenish inventories to serve you. Remember to keep

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BPMC welcomes customers inside two more markets as the public markets make a Comeback from COVID.


Broadway North is now re-opened to customers who can enter and exit from both ends of the building.  You’ll be greeted once again by Connie’s, Thai Street, Taharka, Vikki’s and Sophia’s.  Get a close up of Sal’s Seafood display.  Old Boy and Fat Tiger are

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Hollins Market Reopens October 1, 2020


The Board of Directors of the Baltimore Public Markets is excited to announce the reopening of Hollins Market in Southwest Baltimore. Interior renovations to the common areas of the market started earlier this year, however the market closed in March due to COVID-19. The interior

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Baltimore’s Public Markets are continuing to make a ‘comeback from COVID’.


Come Back and join us at Lexington Market, starting Thursday, July 23, 2020.  Lexington will be open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.   Also remember that Northeast Market is open Mon. – Sat, 8a – 4p, 2101 E. Monument St.

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Curbside Pickup Available


Now offering curbside pickup.  Click the links below for more information.   Broadway Market Cross Street Market Northeast Market

About Baltimore Public Markets

Baltimore Public Markets Corporation (BPMC) was established in 1995 as a non-profit organization, to operate the public markets in a manner beneficial to the City of Baltimore and it's citizens. We are proud to be part of Baltimore's many hard working agencies, associations and organizations that are largely responsible for making Baltimore the extraordinary city it is today.


A system of public markets strategically addressing food and nutrition issues in diverse ways in different locations for an increasingly diverse population.


Supporting Baltimore communities by providing business opportunities, employment, access to nutrition information and fresh, affordable foods