The Cross St. Market on Charles St. is a one of Baltimore’s six surviving marketplaces. This structure was built in 1952 after a fire destroyed the two story Italian revival building that had stood since the turn of the century. The Cross St. Market is a popular destination for locals and tourists visitng the Inner Harbor. At night it becomes a popular night life destination with inexpensive beer and seafood.
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Cities and Towns -- Maryland -- Baltimore;
United States of America
1065 S. Charles St.
Smolski, Chet, "Baltimore: Cross Street Market" (1989). Browse All. 423.
Cross St. Market; market; Baltimore, Maryland; streetscape;