Chuck’s Trading Post is a favorite among Hampden residents. It serves up delicious skillet breakfasts, delectable sandwiches, groceries, locally-sourced specialty foods, and craft beers in one convenient-stop shop environment.
Chuck Weiss and Sandy Sarris – self-professed Trekkers themselves – established The Federation Trading Post in 1975.
Chuck’s Trading Post serves its neighborhood as a restaurant, bodega, and grocery store, offering local specialty foods, craft beers, and wine to meet daily needs. You’ll find delicious cast iron skillet breakfast options, tasty sandwiches, and sundry food products to stock up for the week ahead. First opened by Bernard Dehaene of Hampden’s Corner Charcuterie Bar in January, they closed in March and re-opened in mid-May with Jim Freaney as the new owner.
At this establishment, guests appreciate the excellent service. The food here is reasonably priced for its quality; guests can pair their meal with draft beer, cider, or wine to enhance the experience. Indoor and outdoor seating options are also available.
Hampden restaurant-turned-bodega The Bodega features mouthwatering cast iron skillet breakfasts, sandwiches, groceries, specialty foods, and craft beers – providing one-stop shopping for everyday needs. Some grapes grow right in one of the owner’s backyards, while others come from a vineyard near Skyview Motel, less than a mile away!
At this bodega, you’ll find beer-infused ice cream and locally made chocolate from Charm City Chocolate, along with events such as beer pairing dinners with local chefs and brewery tours. They even partner with neighboring distillery Baltimore Spirits Co for summer luaus featuring suckling pig and cocktails!
Chuck’s Trading Post offers an unbeatable burger and beer special every Wednesday for only $13. Visit them between Tuesday – Sunday at 1506 W 36th Street to take advantage of this offer!
Local Craft Beer
Chuck’s Trading Post in Hampden will celebrate their newly legal liquor service this Saturday by hosting a summer luau with neighboring distillery Baltimore Spirits Co. Drinks include Double Duckpin double IPA and Pajama Pants oatmeal stout as well as food such as marinated suckling pig marinated in brewery beer; admission is free, but tickets to tour or an ale-themed dinner may be purchased.
This neighborhood restaurant and bodega provides the perfect solution to all your dining and grocery needs, from sizzling cast iron skillet breakfasts and hearty sandwiches to groceries, local specialty foods, wine and craft beers – and more! Their commitment to their community makes this an excellent place for gift-giving, especially for coffee fans! If they love decadent, flavorful cups of Joe, this will undoubtedly please them! For any coffee lovers in your life who appreciate unique products. Pick up one of Chuck’s signature blends roasted in-house for something special!
Chuck’s Trading Post in Hampden serves delicious cast iron skillet breakfasts and sandwiches made with locally-grown produce and groceries, specialty foods, craft beers, and wine – along with specialty groceries and craft beers from Union Craft Brewing! Tonight marks the end of another dry spell by hosting a beer night featuring Union Craft Brewing!
Jim Freaney took over ownership in mid-May as proprietor. Guests love the fantastic staff and pleasant environment; enjoy delicious lattes, egg coffee, or draft beer from indoor and outdoor seating options at affordable prices; indoor or outdoor seating available with prices that make this must-visit location truly affordable! On Google reviews, visitors gave this place an average rating of 4.6!