OUTDOOR PATIO DINING, CARRY-OUT & DELIVERY

NEW EXPANDED HOURS (Effective Monday, July 6th) Sunday – Thursday 10 am – 6 pm; Friday & Saturday 10 am – 8 pm. Guests can enjoy their carry-out on our outdoor patio! Tables are appropriately spaced & masks are required at all times unless seated at your table.

LIVE MUSIC RETURNS SATURDAY EVENINGS 6–7:30 pm… Beginning Saturday, July 11th with “The Heckhounds” – guitar duo Rusty Frank and Kurt Hammond performing “50s honky tonk classics & 60s surf instrumentals.” (Note: music out on the patio weather permitting.)

Serving our full menu (with few exceptions) as well as daily specials posted to our Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/VillageSquareCafeBaltimore/).

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

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/

ART EXHIBIT: Alice Dvoskin

ART EXHIBIT: Alice Dvoskin

Since the newest art exhibit at the cafe, featuring the colorful works of Alice Dvoskin, was installed the day before we were directed to close our dining room for dine-in service, no one has been able to come in to enjoy these paintings. Thanks to Alice’s husband, Phil, we now have a video of Alice curating this show (https://youtu.be/FTYEZs37Puo). Please enjoy the show and visit Alice’s website for more information. (http://www.alicedvoskin.com)

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”.

ART EXHIBIT: Lissa Abrams – now through Sept. 8

ART EXHIBIT: Lissa Abrams – now through Sept. 8

Stop into the cafe to see our newest quarterly art exhibit featuring the works of Lissa Abrams, now through Sept. 8.

Lissa is a representational painter who focuses on the human figure and the landscape. Primarily, she paints en plein air (outdoors), in Baltimore City, throughout Maryland’s beautiful countryside, the coast, and at many other captivating locations across the country and beyond. Lissa enjoys capturing the light at various times of the day through the use of bold colors. Her preferred medium are oil paints. She uses a combination of palette knife and brushwork that enables her to create texture and depth in her paintings.

NEW ART EXHIBIT: Art10 Baltimore

NEW ART EXHIBIT: Art10 Baltimore


Stop into the cafe to see our newest quarterly art exhibit featuring the works of Art10Baltimore, now through June 9.

Art10 is a professional group of nine artists who have painted together for more than 10 years. The artists have exhibited and sold their work in juried and non-juried shows throughout the U.S.

While the work of the group as a whole could be described as expressionistic contemporary and evocative, each artist employs a unique blend of color, creativity, and composition.

NEW ART EXHIBIT: Shirley Apple Jenkins & Sharon Green

NEW ART EXHIBIT: Shirley Apple Jenkins & Sharon Green

Stop into the cafe to see our latest quarterly art exhibit featuring many beautiful watercolors created by Shirley Apple Jenkins & Sharon Green.

NEW ART EXHIBIT: Susan Adler Davis

NEW ART EXHIBIT: Susan Adler Davis

Stop into the cafe to see our latest art exhibit featuring many colorful regional landscapes created by Susan Adler Davis. Mark your calendar to join us for an “Artist Meet & Greet” next Thursday, Sept. 20, 4:30-6 pm.

MORE ABOUT THE ARTIST: Susan Adler Davis is a 4th generation Baltimorean and has deep ties to the area. Her paintings reflect the history and significance of the landscapes and buildings she paints. Each tries to depict the essence of the subject matter.

Trained as a weaver at the Maryland Institute College of Art under Virginia West, she holds a BFA in Crafts with a minor in Art History. She also holds an MAT in Art Education from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland.

Susan started painting 6 years ago after retiring from the Baltimore County Public Schools. She works in acrylics, both on canvas and fabric, which she then quilts. She is currently studying at the Zoll Studio of Fine Arts under Bennett Vadnais.

Susan’s great-great aunt was also an artist and collector, Saidie Adler May, who gave the bulk of her massive art collection to the Baltimore Museum of Art. Susan has written her biography, “Saidie Adler May, Pioneer of Early Twentieth Century Art Collecting.”

NEW ART EXHIBIT: Cynthia Brower

NEW ART EXHIBIT: Cynthia Brower

Stop by the cafe to see the new quarterly art exhibit featuring the work of local artist Cynthia Brower. The pieces in her show have been made in the U.S., South Africa & Europe. Her work is inspired by the contradiction of order, form and poetry found in natural and man-made landscapes and in plants. Now on display until September 9th. Mark your calendar for an “Artist Meet & Greet” on Thursday, June 21, 4:00-6:00 pm.