North Baltimore’s favorite sweet spot is opening a location just north of the city.
The Charmery will add a third outpost at 6807 York Road next year to go with its second future location at Union Collective in Medfield, co-owner and master creamer David Alima confirmed.
The new spot will be in a small commercial strip in the Rodgers Forge area and is scheduled to open in late spring, co-owner Laura Alima said in an interview. It’ll be around 1,000 square feet, with room to serve ice cream, soda floats and to-go pints.
“It’s kind of been fun to reimagine what we have here at The Charmery, what we love most about it, and then think about new things that we can bring to the table in a new location,” she said.
Alima and her husband, David, made a big move already this year when they announced they’d be opening a second location dubbed “The Ice Cream Factory” in the much-awaited Union Collective space in Medfield. Union Craft Brewing is currently building out a local business hub there inside an old warehouse adjacent their new brewery. So far they’ve signed on The Charmery, rock-climbing gym Earth Treks, the Baltimore Whiskey Company and Huckle’s hot sauces as tenants.
The Charmery’s Medfield location will be about 5,500 square feet, giving the Alimas room to expand production. It’ll also house an event space and additional storage room.
Top photo: The Charmery will move all production of its handcrafted ice cream to The Ice Cream Factory. (Photo by Clinton Brandhagen)
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