CUPs Coffeehouse

Coffee and Catering With a Cause in Baltimore

CUPs Coffeehouse is dedicated to bringing you great coffee and food.  Through food and beverage sales we are committed to creating opportunities for local youth and to building community.  CUPs works directly with Project I CAN, a program of Fusion Partnerships, to provide hands on workforce development for disconnected youth living in Baltimore City. 

Our Venue

Looking for a venue for your latest event? CUPs Coffeehouse is available for rent at affordable prices. Host your event in a local, intimate space that can also provide catering and the caffeine to keep your guests going!

From networking hours to bridal showers, let us take care of space and food for you.

Base rental rate is $75/hour. Additional rates and details are available here.

We can also do rental packages starting at $250.

To get your event started, contact Jon Law at or 410.685.2878.

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Your Single Stop for Venue and Catering

When you rent CUPs Coffeehouse, you are setting up your event for success. In addition to working with you to design and decorate our space, we will provide for all your food and drink needs. From buffet-style spreads to prepared box lunches to sandwiches and drinks to-order, we can meet the needs of all your guests. We even have space heaters for outdoor activity in the winter!

For public events, we will assist in advertising and marketing. You become a part of the CUPs family! For private events, we will ensure an intimate, inspired space.

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Make Your Event Unique

You will not find a more special yet affordable venue than CUPs Coffeehouse. No need to spend your entire budget: CUPs will give your event a different but intimate feel while not breaking the bank.

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Make Your Event Local

Everything about CUPs Coffeehouse is about the local, from our featured artists to our youth interns. For non-profit and corporate events, hosting your event at CUPs will demonstrate your dedication to local investment and Baltimore communities.