Village Square Café is a casual eatery and neighborhood gathering spot serving fresh, simple fare in a warm & inviting setting. We are located in the lovely Village of Cross Keys in Roland Park.

Read Why We Love What We Do

http://www.villagesquarecafe.com/welcome/

Live Music Every Saturday Night

Live Music Every Saturday Night

Stop by the Village Square Cafe on Saturday evenings from 6-7:30 pm to hear live music. Each week we feature different local musicians.

Upcoming musicians include:

  • Dec. 16: The Dharma Bums (Folk/Rock/Indie/World Beat Blues)
  • Dec. 23: “A Clever Form of One” (Country, Blues and Latin)
  • Dec. 30: Mark & Judy (Guitar & Violin)
  • Jan. 6: Rick, Stu & Raissa (Traditional & Alternative Folk and Alternative Country)
  • Jan. 13: Terry & Vicky (Folk/Rock Fusion)
  • Jan. 20: Mark Weinberg (60s & 70s Oldies)
  • Jan. 27: Lauren Weiner & Julie Riffle (Folk/Country)
haenyo Korean Pop-Up Dinner

haenyo Korean Pop-Up Dinner

This Sunday, Dec. 3, 5-10 pm, we will be hosting the haenyo team for a one-night only “Korean Harvest Dinner.” This duo, Irvin Seo and Collin Morstein, organizes dining events within existing restaurants in Baltimore and Philadelphia. They focus on local ingredients prepared in the Korean tradition. haenyo will take over our cafe from 5-10 pm this Sunday and serve up their wonderful Korean specialties (NOTE: regular cafe menu will NOT be available.) For more information, visit their website at https://www.haenyobalt.com or email them at hello@haenyobalt.com

 

FALL ART EXHIBITION: JOEL COHEN, now through Dec. 10

FALL ART EXHIBITION: JOEL COHEN, now through Dec. 10

VSC’s Fall Art Exhibit features local artist, Joel Cohen. A long time Mount Washington resident, Joel started painting in 2009 and has completed over 300 canvases combining acrylic paint and mixed media to produce abstract interpretations of people, places and things. In addition, at the top of his feel good list, Joel paints renderings of his friends and business associates’ dogs, or as he calls them, “miracles with paws”.
 
Described by others as primitive, satirical, or naive, ask Joel to define what he paints and the word “fun” repeats itself over and over. Joel has had no formal training and if you ask him he’ll tell you he can’t even draw, but looking at his finished paintings contradicts what he says. His use of color, especially bright colors, seem to appear in almost all his work and he has created a style so when an onlooker sees his work it has become identifiable as his alone.