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Lunch Box
1102 W 36th St, Baltimore, MD 21211

A longtime favorite on the Avenue, the Lunch Box (formerly Mikes Place) serves up a scrumpious menu of traditionalMore American dishes for breakfast and lunch.  Set up like an old-fashioned diner, patrons will find an atmosphere of the old-time Hampden. The owners, the Lees, are have revamped the diner's interior.

The typical dishes include sandwiches, burgers, eggs, turkey, as well as specials including meatloaf. One can expect a fast-paced lunch crowd and an even busier weekend brunch crowd. Parking can be a premium with many nearby spots taken by other visitors to Hampden. 

Royal Farm
6067 Falls Rd, Baltimore, MD 21209
This convenience store chain has its own brand of fast food along with motor oil, coffee and a 12-piece bucket of RoyalMore Farms fried chicken. Try the made-to-order breakfast sandwiches, wraps and subs. There is a Red Box just outside the store that provides cheap DVD rentals. Note, this location does not have fuel services. 
United States Postal Service
4501 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21210
This branch of the United States Postal Service is located just offNorth Charles Street. Offering a wide variety ofMore mailing and shipping services, P.O. box purchases, direct mailings and many more. Visit the Web site for additional services or to request the post office to hold your mail if away.
Royal Farms
206 W Cold Spring Ln, Baltimore, MD 21210
Royal Farms is located in the Roland Park area, minutes from Loyola University. It features a Bank of America ATM and aMore Red Box movie rental case inside for convenience. As always, Royal Farms serves food and beverages, specializing in its famous chicken, by the piece or in a meal.
Royal Farms Store
1119 W 41st St, Baltimore, MD 21211
This Royal Farms Store is connected to a gas station and is located in the heart of Hampden, just minutes fromMore the I-83. The store offers Red Box movie rentals and has a sit-in eatery. It serves meals and sandwiches.
Hampden Junque
1006 W 36th St, Baltimore, MD 21211
Hampden Junque will buy and sell collectibles, antiques and any 'ol "junque." Homemade gifts likeMore record bowls, fabric swatches and buttons appeal to crafters. Customer favorites include everything from used movies and marionettes to Marilyn Monroe posters and vintage lunch boxes.
Columbia Container
1798 Union Ave, Baltimore, MD 21211
The Columbia Container is located just minutes from I-83 in the Clipper Mill Industrial Park. It is a manufacturer ofMore top quality custom packing boxes. It has been serving the Baltimore area since 1998.
3926 Falls Rd, Baltimore, MD 21211
If you are moving and need to make it hassle free, check into your local U-Haul on Falls Road. It offers free towingMore inspection, propane, pay at the pump, 24 hour drop offs and rentals. The U-Haul rental trucks are now easier to load, have a gentle ride and high visibility mirrors and cab. The U-Haul can also supply you with moving supplies like boxes and protection for your goods.
Turf Works Unlimited
Baltimore Green Party, PO Box 19931, Baltimore, MD 21211
Turf Works Unlimited is a lawn care and landscaping company serving clients in Baltimore and surrounding communities.More The company, led by Brian Klausmeyer, offers a wide range of services for residential and commercial clients, including grounds maintenance and landscape design. Services include year-round landscape work, irrigation services, drainage work, turf installation, tree pruning, fertilization and mowing, among many other services.
Prison Fellowship
Baltimore Green Party, PO Box 19931, Baltimore, MD 21211

Prison Fellowship is a non-profit organization that works with local churches to reach out and offer support toMore incarcerated individuals, ex-prisoners, and the families of both. The mission is two-fold, bringing faith, strength and healing to the individuals directly affected by incarceration, as well as bringing peace and healing to communities struggling with crime.

The core belief of Prison Fellowship is that the cycle of crime can only be overcome by attacking the source of the problem, which is moral and spiritual deficit. Through its many programs the Fellowship hopes to break the cycle of incarceration plaguing families across the country. There are many local volunteer opportunities through the organization.