On Sept. 25, a new Facebook page celebrating a legendary (or infamous, depending on whom you ask) Baltimore party-spot from years past made an announcement: "Bohager's Bar and Grill opened [its] doors on July 2, 1992 and served [its] last customer on October 31, 2004. Twenty years later, Bohager's will hold a reunion for all of the employees and customers who enjoyed the craziness known simply as 'Bohager's.'"
The at-times controversial Fells Point megabar — which hosted foam parties, college nights, concerts and was the city's version of Seacrets before shutting down in 2004 — will host a 20-year reunion at the Gameday Warehouse (1400 Warner St.) on Nov. 24 from 3 p.m.-10 p.m. It was originally scheduled for this Saturday but was delayed due to "many requests to push back the date," according to the Facebook page.
Tickets for the reunion are $30, which includes drinks for the night. Fifteen food trucks from the Gathering will supply food (although it's unclear whether or not food is included with admission).
The Facebook page has been posting images from old parties and concerts to remind former patrons of the wild times. In May 2003, the 30,000-square-foot party-spot closed, and then lived on, temporarily, for five more months as Parrot Island at Bohager's until Halloween, when Bohager's closed for good.
Former employees looking to guest bartend should message the Facebook page.
I plan to get in touch with former owner Damian Bohager, so expect more information soon.