Fells Point

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Website & Phone: 1710 Thames St Baltimore 21231 United States
 http://fellspoint.us

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Kari
8 months ago

It's a mix of history and hipster (hipstery?). But seriously, seeing the old school architecture and city planning (paired with the views of the harbor) and sipping on a $4 coffee is a very first world, but pleasant affair.

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Donald
1 year ago

My first time going to Baltimore as an adult, I had a great time walking around Fells pointe. It's just nice to see the stores and see the sights and all the food options. There's something really beautiful about the area of the architecture is fantastic . I would definitely come back to walk around and explore again.

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Shayna
1 year ago

My most favorite spot in Baltimore- probably because I used to live there 20 yrs ago. It has expanded quite a bit but still retains its charm & allure! I'm ready to move back!! We were staying a block up from the inner harbor area, & we walked to Fells Pt each morning- got a good work out in, & grabbed breakfast/brunch. Lots of great options! Shopping, sitting, eating & music all around. Ladies watch your shoe choice- it's cobblestoned! Wander around & enjoy! It's a magical place!

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Brittani
1 year ago

Fells Point is such a charming neighborhood in Baltimore: cobblestone streets, harbor views, restaurants, bars, shops. I was visiting Baltimore for the first time over Memorial Day weekend and definitely set aside a few hours to explore Fells Point. It turned out to be a pretty muggy day, so I found a wine bar and enjoyed the views after walking around and exploring some of Fells Point! This neighborhood is both a reminder of how old and historic Baltimore is and the city's vibrancy. If you're visiting Baltimore for the first time I definitely recommend spending some time checking out Fells Point!

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Karl
2 years ago

What a cool place to be love it here so much to do and what a good time little bit of everything I definitely will be back and would recommend to anyone looking to have fun

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Hannah
2 years ago

Best neighborhood in Baltimore by far!!! Fells Point has it all. Great shops, delicious restaurants, amazing places to stay like the 5 star Pendry, and all along the water. You won't want to miss this neighborhood!

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Leticia
2 years ago

I spent two days in Baltimore on a road trip in the area. Fells Point had been recommended to me and I'm happy I checked it out for dinner on a weekday. There was plenty of parking, although paid parking, around the pier. I started off by walking around to get a feel for this part of town. It's right on the pier so it's a nice place to take a stroll. You can see Under Armour's headquarters on the other side of the pier.

Fells Point is made up of a bunch of restaurants and bars. It's a great place for dinner and I'd recommend a seafood restaurant as you're on the water. That's what I did. It's also a great place to bar hop as there are a bunch of bars in the area so you can walk from bar to bar. Fells Point would be my favorite place to go out if I lived in the area!

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Doris
2 years ago

You've got to come Explore the Hip and Trendy Fells Point for yourself!

This area is named after and Englishmen who founded a ship-building company here in 1726 that would go on to produce the famous Baltimore Schooners! Fell's Point is a enigmatic waterfront community that continues to celebrate of Baltimore's British nautical roots.

The neighborhood has remained largely unchanged since its founding and I'm sure it attracts many visitors. Explore the 18th- and 19th-century homes and storefronts – many structures were once one of the three B's: boarding houses, brothels and bars.

There's Always a plethora of Bay cuisine at its best here too, whether you crave oysters on the half shell at a local pub, or fresh seafood at an upscale restaurant. There is something for everyone.

You can take the water taxis, grab a latte by the water, or take a run along the Chesapeake. This is a family and kid friendly area that has been gentrified for your entertainment pleasure.

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Kendall
2 years ago

Fells Point is a community just east of downtown Baltimore on the Baltimore Harbor that is vibrant and thriving. The town was founded in 1763, so there is a lot of history here. Today, you will find all kinds of restaurants, shops, coffee bars, music stores, and a night life with over 120 bars and clubs. There is something for everyone here including museums, fishing charters, sailing & walking tours. Take a walk thru the new Sagamore Pendry Hotel on the "Rec Pier". It is gorgeous!

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Tania
2 years ago

Came here on St. Patrick's day. It is definitely worth a visit. The area has some great Irish restaurants and bars. But, I do not drink, so it was great watching a tons of drunks on St. Patrick's day doing what drunks do. Ton of shenanigans.

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Leonardo
3 years ago

Very atmospheric neighborhood and waterfront, easily the most beautifully-kept area of the city.

This quarter is filled with pubs, restaurants and galleries, and the buildings are beautifully restored to their prime time. Cobble streets intertwine to create spacious open spaces, often packed with people.

Broadway Square is the center of all, and is the perfect spot for a lazy afternoon.

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Lesley
3 years ago

If you really want to hang out after sunset near the downtown Baltimore area, then Fells Point is definitely one of the safest neighborhoods to walk around (just stay within 2~3 blocks from the waterfront). Ideally, you still want to come here when sun is out because the boardwalk has no fences and you can easily fall into water if you are not paying attention to your surrounding (e.g. constantly staring at smartphone). There are various restaurants (e.g. Thames Street Oyster House), a tiny food court (Broadway Market), pubs, and miscellaneous shops in this neighborhood and the morning waterfront view is very instagramable.

Early in the morning, you can find plenty of metered parking spots at the Broadway Square. Parking gets a bit difficult to find during dinner time, but you won't need to pay for parking outside of 10 AM to 8 PM period.

This neighborhood has been around for a very LONG time (founded in 1763) and it is a nice place to check out if you have time.

P.S. – Once upon a time, Frederick Douglass worked as a ship carpenter in this neighborhood.

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Alaina
3 years ago

Nice way to spend a Monday night in November.
The brick streets, a beautiful hotel.
Tons of drink and food options.

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Chantel
3 years ago

Super cute and vibrant part of town – we came a bit too early to check out all the local shops but will def check out next time we are in town. Looks like a more hip part of town where locals hang out, good alternative to the extremely touristy downtown Baltimore harbor.

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Amy
3 years ago

My biggest regret in Baltimore is not staying longer in Fells Point.

After being disappointed by many so-called "historic" downtown, I did not expect much from Fells Point, but I was blown away how authentic this neighborhood was as my ride was going deeper and deeper. The beautifully-restored colonial-era houses, the rustic cobblestone streets, the serene tree-lined promenade – I was so surprised at how gorgeous Fells Point was!

Strangely, the Baltimore tourism board seems to promote more for Inner Harbour and ignore Fells Point, so this area feels a bit like a hidden gem despite being one of the city's more unique and beautiful.

Aside from strolling along the houses that survived the American revolutionary period, plan to grab a lunch or a snack in the many charming establishments in this area! I think that the historic Fells Point alone is a reason enough to visit Baltimore, because just being in this part of living history is an experience of its own.

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Janet
3 years ago

This area gives me all the Fells.

Fells Point is a beautiful, quaint, busy, and popular hipster area, with cobble stone streets, expensive drinks, fancy little food, quirky little shops, and lots of good desserts. Not to be confused with deserts. There are no deserts in Baltimore.

It has a major traffic problem at times (you can get jammed up here faster than in the US court system), and it's a little on the touristy and pricy side, but it's still a beautiful place in the heart of a rough, run-down city. The harbour and water are right beside it, and really add to the atmosphere and smells and sounds and sights.

There are plenty of cops wandering around, and my concert here didn't go very well at all – but you can't have everything.

The Gelato at the Pitango Chain is good, and the cookies at Insomnia, also a chain, are good. Around the corner are some amazing Mexican restaurants, especially Cinco De Mayo, which is in the back of a grocery store. I highly recommend it, especially their Horchata drink.

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Beatrice
4 years ago

EST 1763 and it feels awesome to be around the History there. Have a drink and walk down the street and imagine how hard it was to walk drunk around there in the 1800's in their shoes. I could barley walk normal in Jordans!!!!

Fredrick Douglas lived here for a bit!

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Lawrence
4 years ago

Really nice area of the city. There are tons of things to do. There are great restaurants, bars and if you go closer to Harbor East, there is a lot of shopping. There are festivals down here often and a farmers market on the weekends in the summer. If you take the water taxi, there is a stop here so it is very convenient for anyone local. This is my favorite spot to go out at night in the city. I love Barcocina and Bond Street Social.

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Scotty
4 years ago

Parts of it, very nice and touristy. And other parts of it, broken windows, projects and tenements. Wow, it's quite the patchwork of economic strata going on here in Fells Point! Great restaurants, pubs, shopping and interesting things to see. Don't miss Max's Tap House and the Thames Street Oyster House for their lobster roll.

And what would it without a historical marker near the water. It reads:

"A colonial maritime community established 1726 by William Fell. Shipbuilder of Lancashire, England. In this area were built more than six hundred ships from the Colonial Era through the Civil War. Birthplace of the U.S. Frigate "Constellation" and home port of the famouse Baltimore Clippers."

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Britney
4 years ago

First time in Baltimore, and it was only for a stop over. However, my girlfriend lived here while going to Johns Hopkins and always told me how cool of an area it was. Of course she took me there and I agree. It's a great neighborhood that reminds me of some of the best historic neighborhoods in America (mostly on the East Coast). There were a lot of restaurants, shops, etc and people outside. Really liked the architecture too – well preserved from what I can see. I'm glad these types of areas still exist in America.

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Angelo
4 years ago

Great nightlife with plenty to eat and drink! My wife and I had a blast walking around Fells Point and sampling some of the bars. We both felt safe the entire time we were walking around after dark!

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Travis
4 years ago

A great place to spend a sunny day!

Came to Baltimore for the first time this past weekend, and Fells Point immediately won me over. There were tons of people out walking, eating, drinking, exploring, and there was such a vibrant energy that it was hard not to get excited. The pier is beautiful and there are some really great restaurants (most with outdoor seating) right on the water, so you can still appreciate the day while eating. Also tons of dessert options!

This is definitely an area I'll be sure to come back to on my next visit!

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Logan
4 years ago

What a great area! Definitely charming.

My friend recommended this area as a place to check out in Baltimore and I would highly recommend it. Check out the shops, check out the little parks, and support local businesses. Beautiful area.

Cobblestone in various areas. Careful!

Must come back to Baltimore and check out more of this area.

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Lydia
4 years ago

Why, oh why, did we come here with kids? This part of Baltimore is so charming! Cobblestone streets (hard to cross in shoes other than sneakers), cute rowhouses, restaurants and bars. We arrived by water taxi and immediately hit the ice cream store (which is a Maggie Moo's). We walked around but couldn't enjoy the shops as we would've liked. The main square has a Farmer's Market during the right time of the year. There was a guy playing music on the side of the road. Great views.

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Yvonne
5 years ago

Beautiful local area. We went to the dock and caught a water taxi to visit Fells Point. You can get there by car, but honestly….if you can travel by water???? That is a no brainer. We got a day pass, and it allowed us to take any color water taxi. There are three different color water taxis that go to different areas of the harbor. I would recommend a day pass for $14.00 The streets are cobblestone, and there are hundreds of shops to browse through. Plenty of places to eat, drink, and have ice cream! It was a gorgeous day.

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