Pratt Street Ale House is a locally owned full service restaurant & brew pub with a variety of large private dining spaces as well as a popular outdoor patio. Located directly across from the Baltimore Convention Center, and a short walk from the Inner Harbor, Camden Yards, and M&T Bank Stadium, we are a popular dining spot for locals and tourists alike.
Pratt Street Ale House is also home to Oliver Breweries, Baltimore's longest continuously running craft brewery, and the brewery behind the award winning Oliver Ales. With 24 beers on tap, including a dozen brewed here onsite, we are a popular destination for beer lovers while still offering something for all tastes.
In addition to our bar and restaurant we also have a number of private event spaces that can accommodate groups of all sizes. Given our location we are an ideal venue for receptions, social & networking gatherings, happy hours, game viewing parties, pre-game get-togethers and celebrations of all kinds.
Call (410-244-8900) or E-Mail ([email protected]) us today!
When we started, we wanted to put all the stuff we love in one place. Food we crave, ice-cold beer, and all the sports you could possibly watch on wall-to-wall big screen TVs. And let’s not forget the Hooters Girls. Their one-of-a-kind hospitality makes you feel welcome from the moment you walk in the door. It all seems so simple, we can’t believe nobody else thought of it.
We're not the bragging type, but somehow we ended up with a downright craveable menu. We’ve got it all—appetizers, salads, burgers, seafood, you name it. And those Hooters Wings. Well, they're world famous for a reason. Lick your fingers, we won't judge.
McCormick & Schmick's Baltimore restaurant is uniquely designed to create an inviting, original and relaxed atmosphere, where guests can enjoy the highest quality dining experience. The menu is printed twice daily, featuring the signature “Fresh Fish” highlighting an impressive number of fresh seafood varieties, in addition to aged steaks, poultry, entrée salads and pasta. McCormick & Schmick's commitment to local freshness is apparent in the seasonally inspired dishes and regionally inspired preparations offered.
In celebration of the ballpark’s 20th Anniversary season, Delaware North Sportservice, the food, beverage and retail partner of the Baltimore Orioles, partnered with beloved former Oriole Rick Dempsey and created Dempsey's Brew Pub & Restaurant.
The longtime catcher, a member of the Orioles Hall of Fame and 1983 World Series MVP, is also a member of the Orioles broadcast team and will make frequent appearances at Dempsey’s.
The full-service brew pub serves lunch and dinner seven days a week year-round! The broad menus are sure to hit every taste.
And then there’s the beer! Dempsey’s features more than 20 bottled beers, including 10 local and regional craft brews, as well as four distinct draft beers brewed onsite.
Please stop in and see us for lunch, dinner or to host a special celebration.
Parking for Dempsey's patrons is available in the North Warehouse Lot outside the historic B&O Warehouse Building at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Parking is free for Dempsey’s patrons on Non-Game Days, Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
From 83 South:
Follow 83 to Lombard Street. Turn right on Lombard Street; left on Howard Street; right on W. Camden Street. North Warehouse Parking is on your right.
From I-95 North:
Take exit 53 (395 North) and keep right to take the ramp toward Russell Street. At the flashing light, turn right on Lee Street; turn left on W. Camden Street; continue straight to head into North Warehouse Lot Parking.
From I-95 South:
Take Ft. McHenry Tunnel to Exit 53 (395 North) and keep right to take the ramp toward Russell Street. At the flashing light, turn right on Lee Street; turn left on W. Camden Street and continue straight to head into North Warehouse Lot Parking.
From 40 East:
Follow 95 South, passing through through Ft. McHenry tunnel. Take exit 53 (395 North) and keep right to take the ramp toward Russell Street. At the flashing light, turn right on Lee Street; turn left on W. Camden Street and continue straight to head into North Warehouse Lot Parking.
Sullivan’s Steakhouse is a vibrant neighborhood American Steakhouse featuring the finest steaks, seafood, hand-shaken martinis and live music. With 19 locations across the U.S., we offer comfortable fine dining in a lively atmosphere.
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Just a quick walk to Baltimore’s Inner Harbor or cultural center, Maisy’s is the neighborhood restaurant and bar you wish was close to where you live. Located at 313 N. Charles Street, Maisy’s warmth, hospitality and really good food draws both Baltimoreans and visitors with their seasonal and locally sourced offerings for lunch, dinner or late night rendezvous. Pull up a bar stool, grab a table or plop down on the couch and enjoy the early bird or late night happy hours, watch games on the flat screens, share a brick oven pizza or choose a selection of delicious creations from our menu to fill your cravings.
Discover comfortable extended-stay lodging at our downtown Baltimore hotel, Residence Inn Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor. Our hotel's convenient accommodations in downtown Baltimore are adjacent to the convention center, national aquarium, and shopping and dining on the Inner Harbor waterfront. Sports enthusiasts will enjoy easy access to top local attractions, such as Oriole Park at Camden Yards, 1st Mariner Arena and M&T Bank Stadium. Our downtown Baltimore Inner Harbor hotel’s suites feature plush bedding, fully equipped kitchens and free high-speed Internet access. If planning an event, be sure to ask about our full-service catering and event space totaling more than 1,500 square feet. Our on-site restaurant, 17 Light, invites you to enjoy traditional American cuisine for lunch and dinner, or take advantage of our room service. Enjoy superior quality lodging at one of the top full-service, all-suite extended-stay hotels in Baltimore when you stay at Residence Inn Baltimore Downtown/Inner Harbor.
Welcome to Johnny Rockets, the home of all-American food and fun. Opened on June 6, 1986, our restaurant was created with a simple goal in mind: to serve American classics in an exciting atmosphere that invites great times and delivers equally great food. A place where friends and families can relax and escape their everyday routines while enjoying the spirit of yesterday. And a place where dancing servers and twirled straws are welcomed and celebrated.
With over 300 restaurants found everywhere from local neighborhoods to international waters, Johnny Rockets serves 17 million hamburgers, over 8 million shakes and 8 million pounds of American Fries each year. With each bite and every sip, all Johnny Rockets restaurants deliver the same promise—that you’ll get the freshest food possible in one of the most casual and memorable settings imaginable.
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Argosy Cafe is distinctly Baltimore. Located in the first floor of the Munsey Building, named for Frank Munsey, we have named the restaurant for his weekly pulp magazines. We provide many Baltimore and Mid-Atlantic classics with a twist. Not to mention the coffee, we brew in ways you haven't seen before. So come on in and join us on this adventure, if nothing else it will be delicious.
When we bought the existing Heidi's Brooklyn Deli in Baltimore recently, our intention was and still is to revive the great tradition of authentic Brooklyn cuisine right here in Baltimore!!
You will find that great Brooklyn flavor in every sandwich and wrap we offer! From our famous "Hell's Kitchen" to our mouth watering authentic Italian Subs.. AND each sandwich comes with a juicy pickle and your choice of Potato Chips, Cole Slaw or Potato Salad. To top off that tempting treat we are giving $1. coupons good towards ANY Heidi's Brooklyn Deli sandwich on our menu! Click on the coupon offer to print your coupon. ONLY one per visit per customer, but hey, come every day & still get a $1 off while this offer lasts!
If you are planning any outing or event we would love to cater that event for you! We can work on short notice, but honestly we would appreciate 24 hours notice, to make sure we are ready when you are. Our Party Platters are out of this world & your guests will rave about how smart you are!
Whether it is just a family get together or something more elaborate, we can fill the bill on providing wholesome & delicious Deli fare!
Erlanger Buildings is a historic loft building located at Baltimore, Maryland, United States. It consists of a four-structure, turn-of-the-20th-century loft complex. The buildings range in size from two- to six-stories high and feature iron storefronts and stone detailing. They were built between 1892 and 1910. The buildings served as the home of the Erlanger Manufacturing Company, which produced BVD brand underwear. Charles Erlanger, co-founder of the company, is credited with making major advances in the design of underwear which revolutionized the industry.
The Erlanger Buildings were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. They are included in the Baltimore National Heritage Area.
Sonneborn Building, also known as Paca-Pratt Building, is a historic loft building in Baltimore, Maryland, United States. Designed by Theodore Wells Pietsch, it is a nine-story loft building constructed in 1905 of \"fireproof\" reinforced-concrete construction, faced in buff-colored brick, with a coursed ashlar foundation and stone trim. Its detailing reflects the Neoclassical Revival of the early 20th century. It was built for Henry Sonneborn and Company as a vertical clothing manufactory and was the tallest and largest strictly manufacturing building in the city of Baltimore.
Sonneborn Building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982. It is located in the Loft Historic District South.