Sunday was the last day of business for Five & Dime Ale House, a popular pub on Hampden’s Avenue, the restaurant posted on social media after closing time. The former G.C. Murphy five-and-dime shop on 36th Street was re-imagined as a neighborhood tavern nearly seven years ago, opening in the fall of 2016. The two-level ale restaurant, which offered American fare among brick walls and a retro vibe, is owned by the 206 Restaurant Group.
Five & Dime Ale House in Baltimore’s Hampden neighborhood closes after six years
March 20, 2023