We’ve done so much together and we really love this neighborhood. Together we have fed the homeless, supported veterans, raised money for Thomas Johnson, rooted for Orioles and Ravens together, tried out for Shark Tank together, created amazing memories, invented mobile hand washing stations, and so many other incredible stories. But we can’t stay in this neighborhood if we are not allowed to sell alcohol.
The problem isn’t this neighborhood. We love this neighborhood, the problem is that the market opened up just a block away with the ability to sell alcohol, after we were told we would not be allowed to.
Luckily, the law allows our local legislators a way to approve a liquor license for us but we need you to contact Delegate Luke Clippinger and Senator Bill Ferguson to let them know that you support locally owned, veteran owned businesses.
How You Can Help
Tinybrickoven has always been committed to the community, and now we’re asking the community to help us in return. Your support is crucial in making our dream of obtaining a liquor license a reality.
Together, we can make Tinybrickoven an even better place to dine, connect, and celebrate.
Let’s Raise a Glass to Tinybrickoven’s Future!