Below you’ll find an alphabetical list of Fells Point Restaurants. Check back soon to find Fells Point Restaurant Specials and our picks for Best Restaurants in Fells Point!

A to Z | Specials | Breakfast | Brunch | Coffee | Lunch | Dinner | Bars | MusicSportsKids

Weekly Specials!
Check out the best food and drink specials in Fells Point! Organized by day of the week, this guide will keep your belly full and your wallet fat!
Breakfast
Grab breakfast at one of these places and you're sure to start your day on a high note.
Brunch
Whether you're looking for an All You Can Drink weekend powwow or a relaxing morning meal with a great view- these are your best options.
Coffee
There are plenty of places to pick up a cup of coffee and each place in Fells Point has its own charm and vibe. Check out the options.
Lunch
There are so many options for this midday meal that's it hard to pick a place to go. We'll narrow it down with the list of best places to get in lunch in Fells Point.
Dinner
If you want to avoid the crowded bars and live music, venture to one of these top picks. They've got all the charm and plenty of bustle with out all the craziness.
Best Bars
There is no lack of bars in Fells Point but which places are right for you? This list of best bars in Fells Point breaks down the personality and vibe of each.
Sports Bars
Want to watch a game in front of a nice TV with great food and an energetic group of sports lovers? You'll want to try these popular picks.
Live Music
People LOVE all the Live Music selections in Fells Point. If you're looking to listen, dance, or sing-along- here are you best bets.
Kid Friendly
It can be hard to find a restaurant appropriate for kids in Fells Point... unless you read this list of Best Fells Point Kid Friendly Restaurants!

Fells Point Restaurants – A to Z

8 Ball Meatball (814 S. Broadway)
Specializing in build your own Meatball options and combos

Abbey Burger Bistro (811 S. Broadway)
Best of Fells: Amazing BYO Burgers with eclectic selection of meats

Admiral’s Cup (1647 Thames Street)
Lively saloon in the heart of Fells with live music, simple grub, craft beer

Ale Mary’s (1939 Fleet Street)
Laid-back neighborhood bar serving pub grub of biblical proportions

Alexandar’s Tavern (710 S. Broadway)
All-around great menu with delicious tater tots

Asahi Sushi (514 South Broadway)
Sushi with space for large groups

Bar Vasquez (1425 Aliceanna Street)
Upscale Argentinean classics with extensive whiskey menu

Barcocina (1629 Thames Street)
Beautiful water views, serving Americanized Mexican food/drinks

Bertha’s (734 S. Broadway)
Best of Fells: Famous Mussels, Live Jazz Music, Baltimore Insitution

Bird’s of a Feather (1712 Aliceanna Street)
Scotch bar with unparalleled options and low-key atmosphere

Black Olive (814 S. Bond Street)
Traditional Greek fine dining specializing in whole fish and seafood

Blue Moon Cafe (1641 Aliceanna Street)
Best of Fells: amazing breakfast with infamous Captain Crunch French Toast

Bond Street Social (901 S. Bond Street)
Modern and clubby hangout with eclectic tapas and entrees

BOP – Brick Oven Pizza (800 S. Broadway Street)
One of many Fells Point Pizza options

Broadway Pizza (314 S. Broadway)
Tucked in the South Broadway Market – Good late night option

Cafe Latte’da (1704 Aliceanna Street)
Teenie Tiny local coffee shop with couches and sandwiches

Cat’s Eye Pub (1730 Thames Street)
They don’t serve food but dance your butt off and drink

Daily Grind (1720 Thames Street)
Coffee shop with sandwiches and sweets

Darbar (1911 Aliceanna Street)
White tablecloth Indian restaurant with traditional cuisine

Diablo Doughnuts (717 S. Broadway)
Deluxe Doughnuts Shop with limited hours

Dinosaur BBQ (1401 Fleet Street)
Serving the best barbeque in Fells Point

DogWatch Tavern (709 S. Broadway)
Best of Fells: Sports Bar with Awesome Food, Free Pool, and Games

Dudas Tavern (1600 Thames Street)
Unassuming corner bar with some of the Best Crab Cakes

Ekiben (1622 Eastern Avenue)
Unique fast-casual Thai with Thai bowls and buns in a tiny space

Fells Point Tavern (1606 Thames Street)
Classic Tavern with Live Music and simple American menu

Greene Turtle (718 S. Broadway Street)
Sports bar with sticky floors and college feel

HandleBar Cafe (511 S. Caroline Street)
Half restaurant/bar, half bicycle shop by an X-Games Champ

Henninger’s Tavern (1812 Bank Street)
Off the beaten path but worth the walk

Horse You Came In On Saloon (1626 Thames Street)
America’s Oldest Saloon with constant Lunch & Live Music

Hungry Andy’s (629 S. Broadway)
Cheap eats and carry out grub

Insomnia Cookies (812 S. Broadway)
Delicious cookies and they even deliver!

Jabali (737 S. Bond Street)
Small coffee shop operated by a local Fells Pointer

Jimmy’s Restaurant (801 S. Broadway)
Best of Fells: Best Diner in the AM, Turkish perfection in PM

Joann’s Kitchen (1641 Aliceanna Street)
Sit at the counter and eat for cheap in South Broadway Market

Johnny Rad’s (2108 Eastern Ave)
Grungey pizza place with skater themed decor and arcade games

Kippo Ramen (606 S. Broadway)
Absolutely amazing Ramen!

Kooper’s Tavern (1702 Thames Street)
Burgers and Beer in a comfortably casual tavern environment

Lil’ Phil’s (706 S. Broadway)
Watering hole where locals hang out

Liquid Earth (1626 Aliceanna Street)
Vegan dishes, desserts, smoothies, and juices

Lobo (1900 Aliceanna Street)
Known for their Charcuterie, Raw Bar, and Wine

Louisiana Restaurant (1708 Aliceanna Street)
To be honest, I’ve never seen anybody go into this place

Max’s Taphouse (737 S. Broadway)
Best of Fells: Legendary Beer Selection with hundreds available

Mezze (1606 Thames Street)
Greek-Inspired Mediterranean Tapas

Modern Cook Shop (901 S. Wolfe Street)
Ultra modern with unique food, craft cocktails, and small market

Nanami Sushi (907 S. Ann Street)
Cozy sushi place in a great location on the water

One-Eyed Mike’s (708 S. Bond Street)
Gastropub Pirate Bar with great food and a Gran Marnier Club

Papi’s Tacos (1703 Aliceanna)
Trendy taco joint that’s often packed

Penny Black (1800 Thames Street)
Refined American pub fare with old school charm

Peter’s Inn (504 S. Ann Street)
Farm-to-table fare with frequently changed hand-written menu

Pierpoint Restaurant (1822 Aliceanna Street)
Best of Fells: the Smoked Crabcakes are amazing!

Pitango Bakery & Cafe (903 S. Ann Street)
Best view with Coffee, Sandwiches, Bread, and Sweets

Pitango Gelato (802 S. Broadway)
We all scream for Pitango… Gelato

Point in Fells (1738 Thames Street)
Corner bar with great brunch, solid menu, live music on weekends

Points South Latin Kitchen (1640 Thames Street)
Best of Fells: Splendid dishes from across South America

Rec Pier Chop House (1715 Thames Street)
Upscale urban Italian steakhouse in the Sagamore Pendry Hotel

Red Star (906 S. Wolfe Street)
Vintage pub with vaulted ceilings, great menu, and classy vibe

Riptide By The Bay (1718 Thames Street)
Cozy spot with plenty of good menu options and outdoor seating

Rodos Bar (719 S. Broadway)
No food but g’head: dance and drink to Hip Hop and R&B

Rye (1639 Thames Street)
Craft cocktails out the wazoo!

Sammy’s Enoteca (623 Broadway)
Authentic Italian cuisine and full bar in a casual, modern environment

Sofi’s Crepes (1627 Thames Street)
Counter cafe serving both sweet and savory crepes

Slainte Irish Pub (1700 Thames Street)
Best of Fells: Watch soccer and eat traditional Irish food!

Smoothie King (1716 Thames Street)
Step your protein game up! Deliciously healthy smoothies.

Spirits Tavern (1901 Bank Street)
Local haunt and one of the oldest bars in Baltimore

Sticky Rice (1634 Aliceanna Street)
Hip and young asian fusion spinning DJ music

Stuggy’s (809 S. Broadway)
Hot dogs like you’ve never had them

Subway (632 S. Broadway)
When you need food and nothing more

Thames Street Oyster House (1728 Thames Street)
Best of Fells: Order Oysters like Sushi and try the Lobster Roll!

Todd Conner’s (700 S. Broadway)
Corner tavern with sidewalk seats and decent pub grub

Tortilleria Sinaloa (1716 Eastern Avenue)
Best of Fells: Authentic Mexican, Outstanding Tacos, Hole-in-the-Wall

Twist (723 S. Broadway Street)
American Cuisine with a Mediterranean twist

Van Gough Cafe (300 S. Ann Street)
Kosher Cafe with traditional Jewish food and great bagels

V-NO Wine Bar (905 S. Ann Street)
Delightful wine cafe on the water with an amazing view!

Waterfront Hotel – WTF (1710 Thames Street)
Not a hotel: lively hangout with inspired pub grub and live music

Waterfront Kitchen (1417 Thames Street)
Locally sourced fresh cuisine with amazing views and a cause

Water For Chocolate (1801 E. Lombard Street)
Divinely prepared and plated cuisine from Chef Sean Guy

Woody’s (821 S. Broadway)
Drinks and small menu with an aerial view and island feel

Wharf Rat (801 S. Ann Street)
English pub service with a simple menu and delicious beer