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Local Record StoreBaby’s On Fire

Baby’s On Fire

Baltimore, MD, US

1010 Morton Street,
Baltimore, MD, 21201, US
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About Baby’s On Fire

Local Record Store in Baltimore, MD

Our Genres: Alternative, Blues, Electronic, Funk, Hip Hop / Rap, Jazz, Latin, R&B / Soul, Reggae
Formats: CDs, 7" Vinyl, 12" Vinyl
What we do: Buy, Sell

Hours of Operation

Monday: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Saturday: 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Sunday: 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Reviews of Baby’s On Fire in Baltimore, MD

  • 4.7
  • 381 Reviews

William Archer

Baby’s on fire is a coffee shop and record store which gives it a great vibe as you go in. They have plenty of drink options and I greatly enjoyed my cardamom latte. Lots of seating inside and out but it does seem to be crowded on the weekends in my experience. I have not tried any of the food but when talking about a coffee shop coffee is number one to me!

Andrew Fitch

Really good pastries at this very dog- friendly coffee shop. All outdoor seating currently so bundle up or take it to go.Blueberry Scone was crunchy on the outside, nice and crumbly on the inside. Also tried the knish. Wow. Very tasty.My wife had the chocolate croissant. She said it was very good and notable for the amount of chocolate. Cannot confirm because she ate it all before I got a bite (though that seems to confirm that it was delicious).Again, all seating is outdoors. There are blankets on the seats and plenty of drinks to keep you warm. Oh, and if you have a dog, the baristas will gladly give your good girl/boy a treat.

Henry Makansi

Superb home roasted coffee fromBaristas who know their stuff! Indoor still closed due to COVID but a lovely outdoor seating area awaits! Try the delicious coconut bread

Robert Ebersole

Nice little coffee shop. Outdoor seating only.Kind of a hidden gem.I had a coffee and bagel. Excellent.

Dana Sullivan

I think the concept of this coffee shop that also has a modest record collection for sale is so cool, but I'm not a record collector so I just checked out the cafe side, which is inspired enough to stand on its own without the bonus record shop. The vibe was chill with a little bit of an "underground" look but the people were very welcoming, and the food menu has interesting choices for vegans and vegetarians as well as meat eaters, and lots of items are gluten free. Full coffee and tea bar with nondairy milks, no decaf espresso though.I had the Baby's On Fire panini, a brownie (vegan and gf) , and an iced chai latte. The panini was soo good! The pickled peppers with the seitan sausage patty and was such a good combination - I love the savoury and spicy flavours with just a little bit of sweet. The sandwiches come with a bag of Miss Vickie's chips in your choice of flavour, but I found my sandwich was plenty satiating on its own so I saved the chips for later. The brownie was cakey for my taste and a little dry, especially on the edge, but it kind of grew on me as I ate it because the dark chocolate and sea salt flavour was nice. I've definitely had better vegan and gf brownies, though. Chai latte was good, nothing particularly notable but that's fine. It was nice that they sprinkled cinnamon on top. Everything is very fairly priced.One small detail that would have improved the experience for me would be if they had house glasses/mugs and plates for customers eating in rather than packaging everything to go. Otherwise I'm very enthusiastic about the place and would encourage anyone to check them out for a very cool and unique coffee shop experience.

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