Downtown Parklets


July - September
Along the 300-500 Blocks of N. Charles Street

Downtown Partnership’s Parklet will be your favorite excuse to dine outside. We are taking over parking spaces along the Charles Street corridor and turning them into outdoor seating areas with (socially distanced) table service at some of your favorite restaurants. The Parklet will move to different locations every two weeks, allowing for multiple restaurants along the Charles Street corridor to use it for outdoor dining service. Please follow social distancing protocols to protect yourself, restaurant patrons, and restaurant staff.

Downtown Parklet Schedule:


Cazbar
316 N. Charles Street
Tuesday, July 14- Monday, August 10

Mick O'Sheas
328 N. Charles Street
Tuesday, August 11 - Monday, August 24

The Civil
518 N. Charles Street
Wednesday, August 26 - Thursday, September 23

Sotto Sopra 
405 N. Charles Street 
Thursday, September 23 - Tuesday, October 13


Hours of service may vary. Contact the restaurants for times and reservations.


Downtown (and Nearby) Parklets 

Parklet installations were supported by various city agencies and local organizations including Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, Bromo Arts District, Historic Charles Street Association, Market Center Merchants Association, Baltimore Development Corporation, Waterfront Partnership, Midtown Benefits District, PI.KL, Fells Point Main Street, and Federal Hill Main Street.

Dooby’s

Hotel Revival

Lumbini 

Maiwand Grill

Marie Louise Bistro

Mick O’Shea’s

The Brewer’s Art

The Civil

About the DPOB Parklet

The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore worked with Design Collective and OE Customs to design and build a modular parklet that could help us re-imagine parking spaces for people. The design is heavy enough to keep it safe from nearby traffic, but light enough to move around to different locations in Downtown Baltimore. The parklet has umbrellas for shade, string lighting, tables, benches and chairs, allowing it to be customized to be used as a park space or restaurant seating. For more information about the parklet or ow you can help sponsor this initiative, please email info@dpob.org.