The food options keep growing for residents of the Hamilton/Lauraville neighborhood.
Clementine Owner Winston Blick is opening grocery store and café Green Onion at 5500 Harford Rd. in July. Rich Marsiglia, owner of Hamilton Vacuum & Janitorial Supply, and Baltimore Tattoo Museum's Bill Stevenson are Blick's partners on the new business. Located one block from Clementine, the store is a cross between Atwater's and Milk and Honey Market
, Blick says.
Blick says a grocery store will hopefully bring more families to the area and make it a better place to live. He also wants to introduce shoppers to local farms that will supply the produce, meats, and cheeses. Sauces, charcuterie, dressings, and soups from Clementine will be sold at the store.
Green Onion is the latest food venture for the area. Hamilton Bakery
opened at the end of April. The area is also home to top-rated restaurants Chameleon Café, Hamilton Tavern, and, of course, Clementine
The store will sell 30 types of cheeses, along with olives, soups and sandwiches, and bulk laundry detergent supplied by local business Healing Fields Whole Body Care LLC. The grocer will focus more on fruits and vegetables rather than dry goods.
Writer: Julekha Dash
Source: Winston Blick, Green Onion and Clementine