This summer our Caprese Panini features delicious fresh, organic tomatoes from Pennsylvania as well as fresh basil from just a mile or two away at Big City Farms in Baltimore along with creamy fresh mozzarella all drizzled with extra virgin olive oil and balsamic vinegar and grilled to perfection. Add a side salad to any of our sandwiches.

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In Baltimore, residents often use local markets as landmarks. “The florist? It’s by Eddie’s.” From regional institutions to up-and-comers, independent grocers have a reputation of adding extra charm to Charm City.

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Urbanite Magazine

A Mount Vernon market with a mission.

Gil Jawetz

On a blustery Saturday afternoon in late November, the Milk and Honey Market, located in Mount Vernon’s renovated Professional Arts Building, is comfortably full of customers who seem like regulars. A student sits by the window, munching on a pastry, fully engrossed in his laptop. Nearby, a young couple enjoys their organic lunch. Friends—perhaps taking a break from holiday shopping—lounge on the comfy sofas, leisurely taking long sips of Rainforest Alliance certified La Colombe coffee. Elsewhere in the sunny space, locals browse the shelves, which are stocked with an eclectic combination of local, organic, and imported specialty items. It’s only been open for a couple of weeks, yet the corner store already gives off the vibe of a longtime neighborhood fixture.

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The Milk and Honey Market and Cafe just opened on Cathedral Street in November. It’s one of the 4,000 businesses who call downtown…

CBS Baltimore

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Restaurant review: Crisp breads, clever pairings at Milk & Honey Market | Baltimore Sun

Mount Vernon cafe is a step above most soup-and-sandwich spots.

Broccoli and potato soup at Milk & Honey Market, at Read… (Karl Merton Ferron, Baltimore Sun)

Visiting Milk & Honey Market, a new cafe and high-end grocery on Cathedral Street, reminded me of Morton’s, a food and wine shop that once was located a few blocks away on West Eager Street.

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Milk & Honey Market opens in Mt. Vernon | Baltimore Sun

MIlk and Honey Market Opens

Milk & Honey Market opened today in Mt. Vernon. Here’s Laura Vozzella’s post about it from July and a more recent story by Jacques Kelly that recalls the old pharmacy that used to be in this location. The ownership situation is a little daedal, but Laura and Jacques covered it so well that I won’t bother explaining it from scratch.

The focus here is on local — Milk & Honey sells Atwater’s soups Stone Mill Bakery breads, Clementine comestibles, and products from Gunpowder Bison.

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Old drugstore gets new life as the Milk and Honey Market | Baltimore Sun

I looked at the floor’s hexagonal ceramic tiles as I walked into 815 Cathedral St. and thought, “I know this place very well.” For the first four decades of my life, this was the Medical Arts Pharmacy in Mount Vernon, a place of refuge after a session at the dentist or medical specialist. As of Saturday, its doors will be open again as the Milk and Honey Market, described as a “specialty food market and coffee bar…”

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Market Day | Style Magazine

Milk & Honey Market has opened in the space that used to be occupied by the pharmacy in the Medical Arts building. Savvy finds this quite appropriate as she regularly medicates with French triple-cream fromage chased down with a lovely Sancerre. Luckily for Savvy, not only does Milk & Honey’s cheese counter offer several fantastic bries, but the not-so-easy-to find fromage au lait entier as well as yummy Délice de Bourgogne. There are also gorgeous organic veggies, free-range meats and a plethora of other gourmet goodies like Les Trois Petits Cochons pâtés, white balsamic, hard-to-find oils and fleur de sel plus Taharka Brothers ice cream…

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Cheap Eats | City Paper

Mel Guapo

This is not your usual dingy Mount Vernon sandwich counter. Milk and Honey, open a little less than two weeks in a light and airy storefront in the revamped Medical Arts building, specializes in all that is ostensibly right and natural in the food world: organic vegetables, free-range meats, artisanal ingredients, everything as locally/ethically sourced as possible…

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