The Historic Charles Street Association (HCSA) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to support and promote the business, cultural attractions, entertainment venues, restaurants and retail establishments along the Charles Street corridor.
HCSA serves as a problem solving and information resource for its members, as well as provides a forum for networking, communications and collaboration.
Let’s Eat! Charles Street 2013 Was a HUGE Success!
On Saturday June 15, 2013, more than 40 food & retail vendors set up along the 300 block of Charles Street, including: Beef Brothers, Brewer’s Art, BARCs Animal Rescue, Cazbar, Old World Jewelry, Charm City Co., Wicknotic, The Woman’s Industrial Exchange, The Coin Purse and MORE! We enjoyed live music, great food, and Poe, the Raven’s Mascot – there was fun for all ages!
This year, thanks to the generous donation of Joe Pagone, the General Manager of Hotel Monaco, we were able to raffle off a one night stay at the beautiful hotel located at 2 North Charles Street! Chaunsey Adams was the lucky winner of this amazing raffle!
Now in its fifth year, The Let’s Eat! Charles Street Festival’s mission is to help market and promote the businesses along Charles Street.
“This festival is a wonderful way to bring the Charles Street community together, and to show off some of Baltimore’s best restaurants and retailers,” says Kristin Speaker, Executive Director of the Charles Street Development Corporation.
This year’s event was made possible through a partnership with the Downtown Partnership of Baltimore, and the Historic Charles Street Association wishes to thank them for all of their hard work and dedication!
Check out more photos from the event here!
The VIP Card
Many of our members offer discounts and deals if you present this card.
It’s completely free, and you can start using it right away.
Pick yours up today at one of the following locations:
- Lobby of The Blaustein Building at One N. Charles St.
- Lobby of Charles Towers at 222 N. Charles St.
- Lobby of The Standard at 501 St. Paul St.
The Charles Street Corridor
We serve the Charles Street area and its side streets from the Inner Harbor to North Avenue.
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