Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis and City Councilman Eric Costello spoke at a candlelight vigil Saturday night, held for slain Baltimore resident Alex Wroblewski, who was killed in a robbery earlier in the week. (Luke Broadwater / Baltimore Sun video)

The Avenue Kitchen & Bar in Hampden will host a "Parking Lot Party" Saturday to honor Alex "Albo" Wroblewski, a beloved Baltimore bartender who was killed in November.

Wroblewski, 41, was fatally shot during an armed robbery outside a Royal Farms store in Locust Point near the Anthem House apartment complex off Fort Avenue. Saturday's party will honor Wroblewski and raise funds for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

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The event at the Avenue Kitchen & Bar runs from noon to 5 p.m. and will include live music, all-you-can-drink beer and wine, and all-you-can-eat pit beef, tacos and oysters. The restaurant is located at 911 W. 36th St.

Tickets, available through Eventbrite, are $45 in advance or $55 on the day of the event. All proceeds will go to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's "Man & Woman of the Year" campaign, which awards candidates whose team raises the most money during the competition.

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Patrick Dahlgren is hosting Saturday’s “Parking Lot Party” as part of his campaign for “Man of the Year,” a fundraiser in which Wroblewski took part last year. Dahlgren owns the Avenue Kitchen & Bar and the Rowhouse Grill in Federal Hill, where Wroblewski worked. He’s dedicating his 2018 campaign to Wroblewski.

Tonya Arnita Hayes, 38; Marquese Anthony Winston, 24; and Tivontre Gatling-Mouzong, 20, have been charged in Wroblewski’s killing. Their trial is scheduled for Oct. 3, according to court documents.

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