Come visit us at Spro!
851 West 36th Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21211
The Hampden store on 36th Street "The Avenue" is our flagship store that opened March 2010, where were welcome our guests in an informal environment to enjoy our hand-prepared coffees and house made pastries. All of our drinks are prepared to order and we offer both indoor, as well as outdoor seating under the front awning, back deck or rear garden.
Our store offers a relaxed and quiet environment for work, study or conversation. We do not offer Wi-Fi or Internet access. Electrical outlets are available and we also offer a community posting area that we ask that postings are limited to non-profit community groups and notices are limited to 4" x 6" in dimension.
While Spro is, for the most part, smoke-free, we do allow our guests to enjoy a smoke in our rear garden. We do ask cigarette smokers to please be cognizant of this liberty and to clean up smoking rubbish appropriately.
(effective May 1, 2017)
Mondays - 7am to 5pm
Tuesdays - 7am to 5pm
Wednesdays - 7am to 6pm
Thursdays - 7am to 6pm
Fridays - 7am to 7pm
Saturdays - 8am to 7pm
Sundays - 9am to 6pm
Spro is open all holidays.
Spro Hampden is located on the south side of 36th Street “The Avenue” between Elm and Chestnut Streets.
City metered street parking is available in increments up to two hours for one dollar. Parking is metered Monday through Saturday from 10am to 8pm. Parking on the south side of The Avenue must “back in” otherwise the city will ticket your vehicle.
Non-metered parking is available on the side streets a couple of blocks off The Avenue.
Starting on Friday, November 27, 2015, the new Hampden Park & Go service will be available at the parking garage at 37th Street and Chestnut Avenue - just a block and a half from Spro! Just look for the uniformed valet attendants who will park your car for a $5 fee (per visit). Give it a try - especially during the Miracle on 34th Street lights!
Recently, the MTA introduced their new BaltiLink Bus Service. Now you can access Spro and The Avenue by either the 21 or 94 bus, or you can catch the 21 bus from the Light Rail Woodberry stop. A more detailed map of our mass transit system can be found here.
About Spro Hampden
On March 19, 2010, the doors of Spro Hampden as one of the first multi-roaster, multi-hand-brewed cafes in the world. Our baristas trained intensively for four months to prepare for our opening and whole new way of serving specialty coffee.
With a radically different coffee shop design, Spro Hampden embraced a more refined and classic look with shades of cream, wainscoting, mahogany cabinets, granite counters and some of the most simple yet sophisticated coffee brewing methods available.