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Fells Point Bars


The quaint Baltimore neighborhood of Fells Point is best known for its bars and restaurants. Fells Point's taverns, nightclubs and fine dining fit nearly any budget, taste or occasion -- from St. Patrick's Day to an ordinary Friday night outing to the annual Fells Point Festival.

This alphabetical list of Fells Point bars and taverns concentrates on establishments that focus on nightlife, though many of these bars are restaurants as well. Parking in Fells Point

Ale Mary's

1939 Fleet St.
Bar/restaurant with its own microbrew.

Birds of a Feather Restaurant & Scotch Bar

1712 Aliceanna St.
Don't let the fact that it's a Scotch bar fool you. This is a casual, neighborhood haunt.

Cat's Eye Pub

1730 Thames St.
Live, acoustic music nightly. Open 365 days a year.

Dead End Saloon

935 Fell St.
Nautically themed bar attracts sailors and others looking for off-the-beaten-path destination. Serves food.

DuClaw Brewing Company

901 South Bond St.
Spacious microbrewery/restaurant at Bond Street Wharf.

Duda’s Tavern
1600 Thames St.
Burgers and beer joint.


701 S. Bond St.
Live music venue hosting local and national acts upstairs. Downstairs typical Baltimore corner bar.

The Greene Turtle Bar & Restaurant

722 S. Broadway
Longtime Fells Point establishment offering food and drink.

||More on Fells Point||

  • Photo Tour
  • Hotels
  • Parking
  • Fells Point Fun Festival (in the fall)
  • Water Taxi
  • Privateer Day (spring)
  • Kooper's Tavern

    1702 Thames St.
    Upscale pub. Known for burgers, named for a dog.

    Latin Palace

    509 S. Broadway
    Dinner, dancing and even outdoor dining at this nightclub.

    1639 Thames St.
    Live music in a dive atmosphere.

    The Horse You Came In On Saloon
    1626 Thames St.
    Wild-West-meets-the-waterfront deco. Live acts at mic set up in front of the fireplace.

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