UPDATED HOURS

EFFECTIVE FRIDAY 3/27/20: 11 AM – 6 PM DAILY. We’re changing our hours to accommodate requests for meals later in the day and for dinner. Still offering carry-out and delivery (within 3 miles). Check our Facebook page for specials postings or call cafe at 410-433-2233 (CAFE).

We apologize for any inconvenience to those of you who’ve been stopping in for coffee in the morning. We do sell Zeke’s coffee beans – whole bean or ground fresh for you – if you want to brew at home. 

Thanks for staying flexible & please help us spread the word about this change in operating hours. As always, we appreciate your business.

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO PLACE ORDERS: 410-433-2233 (CAFE)

Look for updates on this website as well as our Facebook page (Village Square Cafe Baltimore) as our ability to continue to serve may change as this crisis unfolds. You may communicate with us after hours via email at info@villagesquarecafe.com. Please know that this has been a heartbreaking decision for us to close our doors to gatherings as we recognize the value of coming together as a community to share a meal and warm smile. Be safe.



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

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ART EXHIBIT: Myrna Poirier

ART EXHIBIT: Myrna Poirier

Please stop into the cafe to see our latest art exhibit featuring the colorful work of artist Myrna Poirier, now on display through March 15th.

 


ART EXHIBIT: SHELLEY AMSEL

ART EXHIBIT: SHELLEY AMSEL

Come see the colorful works of Shelley Amsel now on display at the cafe through Dec. 8th.

Shelley is a figurative painter with roots in the German Expressionist movement of the 20th century. Particularly, he has been influenced by the paintings of Der Blaue Reiter and Die Brukcke group. To gain emotion in his paintings, Shelley relies on his fantasy life and dreams to create figures and content. This results in distorted figures and very primitive content. The power from these personal paintings come from tapping into his most primitive self. Shelley humorously calls himself an “id painter”.