Holiday Pop Up

The DPOB Holiday Shop, featuring local small businesses and makers, is located at 100 N. Charles Street. Sadly, due to an emergency situation in the Plaza and nearby Buildings, the Pop Up had to close early for the season on Dec. 22.

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Gift local this holiday season! Supporting Baltimore makers and small businesses has never more important or easier to do.

New Hours: Wednesday - Sunday, 12-7pm

Location: Center Plaza, 100 N. Charles Street

Every purchase comes with a free reusable tote bag

Masks are required to enter the store

Please practice social distancing while shopping


Featured Small Businesses

Pbody Dsign

Local prints, pins, and designs.

Dear Globe Coffee

Locally roasted ground coffee.

Chase Street Engraving

Mugs, masks, totes & more.

Cuples Tea

Local tea shop. Storefront located on Howard Street.

Miles of Moisture

Moisturizer, hand creams, and body care.

Mount Royal Soap Company

Soaps, scrubs, essential creams.

Tiny Dog Press

Prints, pints, coasters.

Row House 14

Gift wrap, magnets, pins.

Pangea Printing

Hats, patches, tee's.

Hon's Honey

Local honey, honey based skin care products.

SuperRad Design

Super rad tee's and other cool stuff.

Words with Boards

Hand crafted, very cool cutting boards.

Red Claw Leather

Artisanal leather goods.

Ravens Beak

Jewelry, key chains, and more.

Jinji Chocolate

Barks, chocolate coffee beans & more.

Magan Ruthke

Jewelry and pins

Baltimore Bench

Make your own Baltimore Bench kits.

Son of a Hon

Hand poured, food safe silicone molds

Drama Mama

Carved wood notebooks.

Hey Baltimore

Coffee mugs, yoga mats, koozies, deck of cards.

The shop windows will be decorated with custom holiday trees from the Lord Baltimore's past Couture Tree Exhibit. View the works of art from Matthew Tompkins Fashion, Mary Kaye DiUbaldo, Talea Dixon, and Amanda Stokes. DPOB's Holiday Pop-Up shop was made possible with support from the Artemis Group.


Navigating to the pop-up shop can be difficult as it's tucked inside of Center Plaza. You may want to use the 110 W. Fayette Street for GPS.