Corner of Fleet & Washington Streets Baltimore, MD 21231
Ale Mary's is a lovely local dining and drinking establishment that welcomes everyone. You can walk-in with your friends or take your family out for dinner, this place caters to all. As far as menu is concerned, everything from the starters to the delectable desserts is prepared from scratch. You can choose from tasty dishes like Penne Alfredo, Seafood Pot Pie or simply go for the sandwiches and wraps. The Ale Mary's staff ensures that you have a great and comfortable dining experience here. For more details, check its website.
This casually offbeat coffeehouse, in the heart of historic Fells Point, features earnest musicians and racks of paperbacks for the entertainment and edification of its patrons. It also offers 17 espresso drinks and half-a-dozen flavored coffees, all at moderate prices, as well as a broad menu of Eastern European items like Borscht and Pierogies. Many visitors insist the coffeehouse is worth visiting just to have a spoonful of Russian Apple Soup - small bowls of amber heaven.
In Baltimore, Bertha's means the blues and mussels to beat the band. Offered with your choice of eight sauces, Bertha's Mussels are plump, tender and steamed just right. For years this Fells Point landmark has been giving out green bumper stickers that simply state: "Eat Bertha's Mussels." The rest of the seafood entrees are also very good. They, too, boast fresh ingredients and a sure touch. The décor is warm and funky, the atmosphere lively and on weekends, even rowdy.
A terrific example of architectural whimsy, this Fells Point restaurant looks just like an old ship steaming silently up Boston Street bound for the neighborhood of Canton. Inside, however, the spacious and often raucous, dining area and the half-moon bar reveal it for what it is, an old-school restaurant where very good food is served at very reasonable prices. As one might expect, the seafood specialties, such as a marvelous Flounder Fillet stuffed with crab meat are what stand out here.
1606 Thames Street Historic Fells Point Baltimore, MD 21231
Located in the historic but funky Fells Point neighborhood, Kali's Court brings a Greek sensibility to traditional Maryland seafood favorites; there's Orzo pasta floating in the crab soup, for example. With its high-ceilings and darkly polished furnishings, this fine restaurant has a casual elegance that makes it as appropriate for a romantic evening as well as for a friendly night out. Kali's also boasts a lovely brick courtyard for al fresco dining, but be sure to call ahead and reserve a table.
The Black Olive, located in the heart of old Baltimore's maritime district, is perhaps one of the best seafood restaurants in the city. Only the freshest fish are displayed in The Black Olive's case, and guests can choose anything from locally caught rockfish to more exotic fare. Selections are then grilled to perfection, filleted at table side and served with the house's amazing Mediterranean-style sauces.
Everything about this friendly bar screams 'Welcome', from its daily food and drinks specials to its homey, earthy cuisine and its dedication to showing as much soccer as is possible. It deems itself a sports bar but the food alone is worth coming for, from their homemade savory pies, to their happy hour oyster special. There is a constant schedule of soccer games for fans to enjoy as well as live traditional Irish music. Check the website for details of upcoming events.
Scoot up to this waterfront restaurant in a water taxi and get attuned to some of the casual live entertainment that takes place until the wee hours. Elegant cuisine in the form of seafood, steak and pasta are served on the patio. Aside from being a romantic spot for dinner, Shucker's irresistible lunch offer on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, half-priced fish & chips on Fridays, steak entrée on Mondays and a long happy hour with domestic drafts, house wines and rail drinks draw in the crowds. The laid-back, yet lively atmosphere tends to loosen you up after a long day-let go of your inhibitions on the Thursday karaoke nights, or just enjoy the TVs and the pool in the company of friends while the unobtrusive staff expertly attends to your gastronomic desires.
Step into Kooper's - a classic American bar. Named after the owners Labrador, this long bar greets you with its cheery red brick exteriors. The warm and friendly atmosphere seems to be the highlight of this joint. Popular among college students and locals, Kooper's serves the usual variety of draughts and typical pub grub as well as steaks and seafood. Try the yummy Crab Cakes and hugely popular burgers. Football freaks can hop in on Monday nights and check out the football nights. Noisy, lively and fun - that's Kooper's for you.
Wishing to preserve and honor the tradition of whiskey distillation that the state of Maryland was once known for, Rye is swiftly gathering a cult-like following for their outstanding cocktails. Located in the trendy Fells Point neighborhood of Baltimore, this establishment has raised the bar for quality-driven libations made with freshly squeezed juices and local ingredients by experienced mixologists. The drink menu features a balanced mix of classics as well as some quirky concoctions, so if you're feeling brave opt for the later! The cuisine is upscale tavern with items like lobster hush puppies, lamb sliders, proscuitto wrapped scallops and local favorite - grilled peanut butter and jelly bites.
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