I didn’t not expect for the food to Ben that outstanding. This was the best bar food and wine selection I’ve experienced.
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We had driven from DC to take family members to the Baltimore airport. Never having visited the city we decided to take in the sights. We didn’t have a lot of time and after driving around lunch seemed like a good idea. Parking was a...More
Spending a Sunday wandering around Fell's Point, we realised that we had timed it so that we were looking to eat lunch right at lunchtime the day after St. Patrick's Day. I was worried that the bars on Thames Street would all be packed and...More
We visited for happy hour and sat at the bar. Good music, great food, and an awesome atmosphere. Fried goat cheese was delish!
Consistently good food and a nice Belgian beer selection! Ate brunch here one day, and was so content that we came back 2 more times during our weekend! Recommend Creole omelette, crab dip, tavern breakfast, and blackened fish sandwich. Charming atmosphere. "Buck a Shuck" can't...More
We stopped in for drinks on a Saturday night. It was busy and full of happy people. Two guys were playing guitar, which added to the atmosphere. Drinks were good. Tvs were tuned to sports. Good choice for hanging out.
Great casual atmosphere, excellent pub food. Great burgers, fries, place is loud & fun. I think there is live music in the evenings on weekends. This is a very reliable, popular Fells point local restaurant.
We ordered a couple of small plate to share for a after-work dinner - nothing bad, but nothing stands out either. For example, the Roasted Brussels had good flavor, but was served lukewarm. It is apparently from a a big pot that had been sitting...More
My cousin and I visited Kooper's for dinner. The establishment has a great selection of beer and local cuisine. Our server, Melissa F., was very courteous and efficient. The veggie black bean burger and truffle fries that I had were delicious. The beer was also...More
I work in Baltimore and when people visiting the area ask about a good place in the Inner Harbor i always tell them, it is a nice tourist area but if you want to feel the city go to Fells Point, and Koopers is my...More