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Baltimore/Fells Point

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[[Image:Fell's Point waterfront.jpg|thumb|380px|The harbor at Fell's Fells Point]]
'''Fell's Fells Point''' is a historic maritime neighborhood east of [[Baltimore]]'s Inner Harbor area that contains the city's densest collection of pubs, bars, and restaurants (good ones, that is).
Founded in 1763 and incorporated into the city in 1773, Fell's Fells Point is comfortably Baltimore's most charming historic district—indeed, it was [[Maryland]]'s first designated historic district. The harbor rose to prominence in the early nineteenth century as both a principal destination for immigrants arriving from Europe and for the U.S. shipbuilding industry. Fell's Fells Point was the birthplace of the first frigate of the Continental Navy, the ''Virginia'', as well as the famed ''Baltimore Clipper'': a fast ship used for privateering and blockade running to much success during the War of 1812. The wild success of the ships were in no small part responsible for the Battle of Baltimore—the British Navy targeted Baltimore in order to halt the production of these ships, responsible for so much damage to the Royal Treasury!
Fell's Fells Point was largely spared the decline faced by the rest of the city in the second half of the twentieth century, owing to the fact that it is simply beautiful. Preservationists kept a close watch on the condition of local historic buildings, and had financial muscle to back them up from wealthy locals who stayed here for the beautiful historic streets, and from businesses, many of which are built on the important tourist sector.
There are a host of other small neighborhoods in and on the periphery of Fell's Fells Point, the best known of which is '''Little Italy''', a tiny neighborhood with a very tightly knit Italian immigrant community. Pretty, safe, authentic, and with wonderful food, it's a highlight of any Baltimore visit (as long as you dodge the odd couple of tourist trap restaurants).
'''Jonestown''' is now thoroughly off the tourist radar, having undergone serious economic decline after the construction of low income housing projects in the mid-twentieth century, but has a fascinating history as the one-time center of Baltimore's Jewish Community, and is today home to the Jewish Museum of Maryland. Beautiful '''Upper Fell's Fells Point''' is quieter and more residential than its bigger neighbor, but does have a few fantastic cheap Mexican restaurants worth seeking out, as it is home to Baltimore's most rapidly growing Latino community. '''Butcher's Hill''', a one-time German-American and Jewish stronghold, is pretty enough, and undergoing a wave of new construction and development near Johns Hopkins University Hospital, but does not have any significant attractions for visitors.
Fell's Fells Point was the principal filming location for the national crime drama '''Homicide: Life on the Street''', which can make for interesting viewing before or after a visit. Don't expect your visit to share much in common with the stories on the show, though—you are highly unlikely to experience any crime, while walking the harbor and its restaurants and shops, really any time of the day. Fells Point was also briefly seen in the movie '''Sleepless in Seattle''. The character Becky (played by Rosie O'Donnell) can be seen exiting her car with a bag of groceries while tugboats moored at city pier can be seen in the background. Fells Point Diner was also the fictional late night eating stop in the movie Diner - where the ensemble characters gathered to bicker about the night's events and multiple mundane topics of daily life.
==Get in==
[[Image:Fells Point map.png|thumb|410px|Neighborhoods in the Fells Point area]]
===By car===
Parking is actually not that hard in Fell's Fells Point, although you will need to hunt a little bit for a parallel parking spot. Residential parking is limited to two free hours, after that you may find your car towed. Read the signs carefully. There are also a good number of metered spots on Broadway and around the harbor, which you can pay via credit card at the meter machines.
Fleet St and Broadway are the main avenues, although they are usually terribly backed up with traffic.
===By Circulator bus===
The Orange route [] comes in from the [[Baltimore/Inner Harbor|Inner Harbor]] and runs up Central Ave through Little Italy before returning [[Baltimore/Downtown|Downtown]]. The Green route [] also serves Fells Point, running in a loop from Johns Hopkins Hospital down Broadway, along Aliceanna, then up President Street. The circulator buses are free and run every ten to twenty minutes until 8pm or 9pm (or until midnight on Friday and Saturday). ===By metro===
The metro [] has a stop at Shot Tower very close to Little Italy.
===By water taxi===
* <see name="Carroll Mansion and Phoenix Shot Tower" alt="Old Baltimore Shot Tower" address="801 E Fayette St" directions="" phone="+1 410 396-5894" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Sa-Su noon-4PM; tours of the tower begin at 4PM promptly from the museum" price="$5/$4">This is one of the more intriguing of the lesser-known historical attractions in the city. The Carrol Mansion was home to writer Charles Carroll, who was both the last living signer of the Declaration of Independence, and its only Catholic signer. Following his death, the mansion led a colorful life as a saloon, immigrant tenement, vocational school, and recreation center. The nearby Phoenix Shot Tower was built in 1828, and for eighteen years remained the tallest structure in the country.</see>
* <see name="Fell's Fells Point Visitor Center and Maritime Museum" alt="" address="1724 Thames St" directions="" phone="+1 410 732-0278" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Jan-March: Su,Tu-F noon-5PM, Sa 11AM-7PM; Apr-Dec Tu-Th noon-5PM, F 11AM-8PM, Sa 10AM-8PM" price="Free">Run by the Baltimore Historical Society, the visitor center is a nice, sleek space to stop by, with exhibits and artwork related to the maritime history of the neighborhood, as well as information on what to do and see in the area.</see>
* <see name="Jewish Museum of Maryland" alt="" address="15 Lloyd St" directions="" phone="+1 410 732-6400" email="[email protected]" fax="+1 410 732-6451" url="" hours="Tu-Th, Su noon-4PM; closed Jewish and Federal holidays" price="$8, $4/students, $3/children">A museum dedicated to regional Jewish history, with lots of hands on, family-friendly exhibits, as well as artwork, historical photographs, and multimedia exhibits. Tours of two local historic synagogues are given at 1PM and 2:30PM.</see>
* <do name="Fells Point Baltimore Ghost Tours" alt="" address="731 S Broadway (no mail)" directions="" phone="+1 410 357-1186" [email protected] fax="" url="" hours="March-Nov: F-Sa 7PM" price="$13, $8/kids under 13" lat="" long="" email="[email protected]" fax="">A one hour walking tour of historic and haunted Fells Point in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Also has a 2 hour Fells Point haunted pub tour. Reserve by Buy tickets on their web site- no phone or emailreservations are accepted.</do>
[[Image:Phoenix Shot Tower.jpg|thumb|250px|Phoenix Shot Tower in the snow]]
* <do name="Films on the Pier" alt="" address="High & Stiles St" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="July-Aug: W 8:45PM" price="">Two months of free outdoor blockbuster films on the Fell's Fells Point pier.</do>
* <do name="Little Italy Outdoor Film Festival" alt="" address="High & Stiles St" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" hours="July-Aug: Tu 7PM" price="">No shortage of outdoor films in this area in the summer! Two months of free Italian-themed outdoor films right in the heart of Little Italy.</do>
Fell's Fells Point is simply put the best shopping district in the city, with a clear focus on smaller boutique stores. It's not the cheapest section of town, but its unique stores make for a great browse even if you don't feel like maxing out your credit cards.
* <buy name="aMuse Toys" alt="" address="1623 Thames St" directions="" phone="+1 410 342-5000" email="" fax="" url= hours="M-Sa 10AM-7PM, Su 10AM-5PM" price="">A small toy store for younger children, from which you are pretty sure to find a unique gift. The toys are geared towards the educational and interactive.</buy>
* <buy name="Antique Man" alt="" address="1806 Fleet St" directions="" phone="+1 410 732-0932" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Sa-Su 1PM-5PM" price="">This has got to be the most interesting store to browse in the city. The Antique Man combines everything you would expect from a fancy antique store, an eccentric tchotchke shop, and a decommissioned traveling carnival train. The packed, cramped store, which seems to be a large garage, keeps Marylin Monroe sculptures, antique mirrors (which help you get lost), all sorts of odd paintings, rare books, creepy puppets, and an extraordinary array of vintage National Bohemian poster ads.</buy>
* <buy name="Broadway Market" alt="" address="1640 Aliceanna St" directions="On Broadway" phone="+1 410 685-6169" email="" fax="" url="" hours="M-Sa 7:30AM-6PM" price="">A historic covered market dating back to 1785, in a very visible location on Broadway, this is a good place for a browse of its gift shops and flower store, and perhaps to grab a sandwich.</buy>
* <buy name="Ten Thousand Villages" alt="" address="1621 Thames St" directions="" phone="+1 410 342-5568" email="" fax="" url= hours="M-Th 10AM-7PM, F-Sa 10AM-8PM, Su noon-6PM" price="">A bigger store for hand-crafted, artisanal, "fair trade" gifts collected here from around the world.</buy>
*<buy name="Pinky Up Treats &amp; Treasures" alt="" address="1716 Fleet Street" directions="" phone="1-410-534-1344" url="" hours="Thurs-Sun 11-6" price="" lat="" long="">A charming gift store with a great selection of everyday and seasonal gifts, candies, nuts and so much more!!!</buy>
Fell's Fells Point and its surroundings have a real wealth of restaurants, ranging from cheap, delicious Latino dives to upscale contemporary American—some of the finest in the city. And then of course, there is Little Italy, which is arguably Baltimore's favorite place to dine. It's 100% authentic, and has options ranging from affordable and hearty family-style dining to romantic and intimate to the high end foodie heaven at Aldo's.
*<eat name="Sticky Rice" alt="" address="1634 Aliceanna St" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Sushi, Baltimore hipster style. Traditional sushi this is not, but delicious it most certainly is! Good bar and beer selection, too.</eat>
===Little Italy===
* <eat name="Cabanita's Chicken" alt="" address="1801 E Lombard" directions="" phone="+1 410 522-1101" email="" fax="" url="" hours="10:30AM-10PM daily" price="$6-15">Succulent, moist-to-the-bone Peruvian ''pollo a la brasa'' (spiced roast chicken), served fast and cheap, is more than reason enough to come by. It's also a healthier option for the Fell's Fells Point area, with especially good salad with ''aji'' (homemade spicy salsa) and ''ceviche'' (assorted raw fish "cooked" in lime). It's a simple little hole-in-the-wall, replacing the famed Rinconcito Peruano.</eat>
* <eat name="Carolina's Restaurant" alt="" address="505 S Broadway" directions="" phone="+1 410 276-0711" email="" fax="" url="" hours="M-Th 10AM-11PM, F-Su 10AM-midnight" price="$7-20">Carolina's is an odd mix of this and that, but primarily dubbed Tex-Mex. That's often a sign of poor quality, but this is absolutely not the case here. The Salvadoran ''pupusas'' are a great cheap option for take out or dine in (fantastic comfort food—thick maize tortillas stuffed with cheese, meat, beans, etc. and topped with pickled cabbage and mild red salsa), and the Cuban sandwiches are the best in town. Again, a little surprising for a "Tex-Mex" restaurant, their signature dish is baby back ribs!</eat>
* <eat name="La Cazuela" alt="" address="1718 Eastern Ave" directions="" phone="+1 410 522-9485" email="" fax="" url="" hours="11AM-10PM daily" price="$8-45">Ecuadorian food! Similar to Peruvian food, ever-divey Cazuela has some really hard-to-find dishes on the menu, most notably ''cuy'' for a wild $40, the incredibly delicious food of the Incan kings (fried guinea pig, to be exact). The ''churrasco'' platter is a prime choice for a big appetite—an enormous skirt steak with fried egg, guacamole, plantains, and just about everything else. ''Ceviche'' is another great option, particularly if your appetite is not so gargantuan.</eat>
* <eat name="Restaurante El Trovador" alt="" address="318 S Broadway" directions="" phone="+1 410 276-6200" email="" fax="" url="" hours="M-Th 11AM-9PM, F-Sa 11AM-midnight" price="$8-20">Skip the mediocre Mexican menu entries, and head straight for the Salvadoran ''pupusas'' and soups. The soups in particular are wildly popular with the local Latino community, and are the more adventurous, foodie-friendly option. This is also pretty clearly the most gringo-friendly Latino restaurant in the area, with white tablecloths inviting those a little wary of the divier cantinas and carryouts, as well as some stiff margaritas.</eat>
* <eat name="Tortillería Sinaloa" alt="" address="1716 Eastern Ave" directions="" phone="+1 410 " email="" fax="" url= hours="Su-Th 8AM-5PM, F-Sa 8AM-6PM" price="$6-10">If you are looking for the best authentic Mexican tacos in Baltimore, you've found them. It's worth wondering, though, why a Sinaloan tortillería wouldn't have tacos with ''birria'', but it's not worth complaining about when the tacos are so good. This is also just about the only place in the area to get ''pancita'' (aka, ''menudo'', Mexican tripe soup), if you're either craving it, or just have a Fell's Fells Point induced hangover to cure.</eat>
* <eat name="Attman's Delicatessen" alt="" address="1019 E Lombard St" directions="" phone="+1 410 563-2666" email="" fax="" url="" hours="M-Sa 8AM-6:30PM, Su 8AM-5PM" price="$5-20">This is just about the best New York-style Jewish deli you'll find anywhere. Sitting on the one-time famous "corned beef row" in Jonestown, one-time home to Baltimore's best known Jewish community, Attman's has been here for 75 years, and beaten incredible odds to continue thriving among newly constructed and now demolished violent housing projects, urban blight, the virtual end of the local Jewish community, economic decline—you name it. No matter what, Attman's has a line out the door. The famous items on order are without a doubt the packed-full-of-meat pastrami and corned beef sandwiches.</eat>
* <eat name="Jimmy's Restaurant" alt="" address="801 S Broadway" directions="" phone="+1 410 327-3273" email="" fax="" url="" hours="5AM-9PM daily" price="$3-12">Jimmy's is a no-nonsense greasy-spoon diner right in the middle of Fell's Fells Point. There isn't much to distinguish it from any other good greasy-spoon, with the big exception being, of course, its location—a great spot for a cheap breakfast in the neighborhood.</eat>* <eat name="Mr Yogato" alt="" address="732 S Broadway" directions="" phone="+1 410 955-6681" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Su-Th noon-9PM, F-Sa noon-10PM" price="">Everyone's favorite frozen yogurt shop has a great location in the center of Fell's Fells Point, but somewhat less great hours; you'll need to get there before it closes as early as 9PM! Fresh fruit for toppings.</eat>
* <eat name="Pitango Gelato" alt="" address="802 S Broadway" directions="" phone="+1 410 702-5828" email="" fax="" url= hours="Su-Th 11:30AM-10PM, F-Sa 11AM-11PM" price="$4-6.50">Great gelato—even a step up from Vaccaro's—in a friendly shop. They take their ingredients quite seriously, ordering milk and eggs fresh from a local farm, and using only organic fruit.</eat>
* <eat name="Bertha's Restaurant" alt="" address="734 S Broadway" directions="" phone="+1 410 327-5795" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Su-Th 11:30AM-10PM, F-Sa 11:30AM-11PM" price="$15-25">"EAT BERTHA'S MUSSELS." The famous slogan is mostly true, the mussels at this would-be tourist trap are indeed really good, while the rest of the menu is a little weak. Perhaps the number one reason to come, besides the magnetic fame, though, is simply for the famous bumper stickers that come with every meal! Frequent ''good'' live jazz—check the website for dates.</eat>
* <eat name="Blue Moon" alt="" address="1621 Aliceanna St" directions="" phone="+1 410 522-3940" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Su-Th 7AM-3PM, F-Sa 7AM-3AM" price="$9-22">A kitschy-trendy all day breakfast restaurant, know best for its audacious Cap'n Crunch french toast and ''long'' lines for weekend breakfast. The lines are actually bad enough to the point of ruling it out as a good weekend option. Unsurprisingly, the place is also very popular with the late-night after-bar crowd on weekends.</eat>
* <eat name="Obrycki's" alt="" address="1727 E Pratt St" directions="" phone="+1 410 732-6399" email="" fax="" url="" hours="March-Nov: M-Th 11:30AM-10PM, F-Sa 11:30AM-11PM, Su 11:30AM-9:30PM" price="$18-50, crabs by market price (not cheap)">Ask your hotel concierge where to have [[Maryland#Eat|Maryland-style crabs]], and Obrycki's will likely be the first word to pass through their lips. The crab house dates back to 1944, which later expanded to be a first rate seafood house, more generally. Still, though, the crabs are the local stars. Obrycki's does not use the typical Maryland Old Bay seasoning you'll find all over the state—it's too old school for that. Back ih the day, every crab house used their own spice, and Obrycki's is using the same black pepper based spice they always have. Closed in the winter, since they only serve fresh local seafood! 2011 is, believe it or not, Obrycki's last year before they close their doors for good, so it would be good to make a visit before it's too late!</eat>
[[Image:St Michael's Baltimore.jpg|thumb|260px|St Michael's in Upper Fell's Fells Point]]
* <eat name="Black Olive" alt="" address="814 S Bond St" directions="" phone="+1 410 276-7141" email="" fax="" url="" hours="noon-2PM, 5PM-10PM daily" price="$34-65">This is an excellent upscale seafood restaurant that nary a tourist has heard of. Classy, but not formal. There is a light Greek influence, like the delicious hummus and olives up front, but you'll find the regular upscale Baltimore seafood dishes on offer as well.</eat>
* <eat name="Kali's Restaurant" alt="" address="1606 Thames Ct" directions="" phone="+1 410 276-4700" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Su-Th 5PM-10PM, F-Sa 5PM-11PM" price="$35-50">An upscale, dressy, Mediterranean-centric seafood restaurant with a menu much more diverse than the usual Baltimore seafood fare. Expect romantic atmosphere, attentive service, and great bronzino.</eat>
* <eat name="Pazo" alt="" address="1425 Aliceanna St" directions="" phone="+1 410 534-7296" email="" fax="" url="" hours="M-Th 5PM-10PM, F-Sa 5PM-1AM, Su 5PM-9PM" price="$35-65">A nice upscale tapas bar, with great food, but somewhat hurried service and a lot of noise—it's a big, crowded place with vaulted ceilings. The restaurant is quite fashionable, so be sure to dress nicely. If you don't mind the noise, you'll have a great meal.</eat>
* <eat name="Salt Tavern" alt="" address="2127 E Pratt St" directions="" phone="+1 410 276-5480" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Tu-Sa 5PM-11PM, Su 4:30PM-10PM" price="$22-42">An upscale, trendy gastro pub of sorts in an unusual location in Upper Fell's Fells Point. The goat cheese donuts and duck fat french fries are the stars of the show, garnering rave reviews from all over the city. Parking is a bit of a pain, so taxis may be in order, if you are not up for a longer walk.</eat>
Walk around the main streets, and you'll find every other door is both open and bearing a chalk board listing their ridiculous specials, like $6 for all you can drink mimosas over a period of ten hours on Sunday. The bars here are less offbeat than you'd find in other parts of the city, with a bit wider appeal—they tend towards the more traditional faux-Irish pubs. While it's quite easy to go awry with the local restaurants (tourist traps abound), you can have a great bar experience just by walking around and following your intuition. Live music is commonplace throughout the bars every night of the week.
* <drink name="Ale Mary's" alt="" address="1939 Fleet St" directions="" phone="+1 410 276-2044" email="" fax="" url="" hours="M-Th 4PM-2AM, F-Sa 11:30AM-2AM, Su 10:30AM-2AM" price="">In most respects, this place is just yet another pub in Fell's Fells Point, but there is one five star attraction that brings the crowds—the legendary Krispy Kreme bread pudding with vanilla ice cream! The rest of the heart-destroying menu is great as well, as are the Scottish beers.</drink>
* <drink name="Alexander's" alt="" address="710 S Broadway" directions="" phone="+1 410 522-0000" email="" fax="" url="" hours="M-F 11AM-2AM, Sa-Su 10AM-2AM" price="">With plenty of local beers on tap, a good selection of wines by the glass, great bar food, and a somewhat nicer atmosphere than most pubs in the area, Alexander's is a very reliable spot for a few drinks at night. The crab macaroni and cheese with bacon is ''decadent'', and the salmon sliders and crab tater tots are popular as well. </drink>
* <drink name="Bad Decisions" alt="" address="1928 Fleet St" directions="" phone="+1 410 979-5161" email="" fax="" url="" hours="M-Sa 5PM-2AM, Su noon-2AM" price="">This is ''the'' place for high class personalized craft cocktails in Baltimore, without any of the pretension you'll find at other craft cocktail establishments (no faux-speakeasy gimmicks, no reservations needed, etc.). The mixologists here are not just the best in Baltimore, they are right up there with the best in the country. Atmosphere is very down to earth, and the crowds on a Saturday night are anything but subdued—it's a real fun place.</drink>
* <drink name="Birds of a Feather" alt="" address="1712 Aliceanna St" directions="" phone="+1 410 675-8466" email="" fax="" url= hours="Tu-Th 4PM-10PM, F-Sa 4PM-11PM" price="">Fell's Fells Point's scotch whisky bar, with a good 120 single malts on offer, poured in generous drams. The bar atmosphere is very atypical for the neighborhood—no TVs, jazz softly in the background, and older, laid-back clientele.</drink>
* <drink name="Cat's Eye Pub" alt="" address="1730 Thames St" directions="" phone="+1 410 276-9866" email="" fax="" url="" hours="noon-2AM daily" price="">One of the oldest establishments in the neighborhood, this is a great dive bar if you want to get a true Baltimore experience. It's eccentric, has a great sense of place, good prices on Natty Boh and other local craft beers, and live music—mostly blues, rock, or eclectic. Also haunted.</drink>
* <drink name="Latin Palace" alt="" address="509 S Broadway" directions="" phone="+1 410 522-6700" email="" fax="" url="" hours=""Tu-Su 8PM-2AM price="">A departure from the British Isles-centric nightlife culture of the neighborhood, this is a very successful Latin dance club, with salsa, bachata, samba, merengue, etc. As it is comfortably the best place for Latin dancing in the city, it's well attended with experienced dancers on the floor. $10 walk-in salsa lessons: W-Sa 8PM-9:30PM.</drink>
* <drink name="Max's Taphouse" alt="" address="735 S Broadway" directions="" phone="+1 410 675-6297" email="" fax="" url="" hours="11AM-2AM daily" price="">The most famous bar in Fell's Fells Point, Max stocks the largest beer selection on the East Coast (or so it is believed, anyway). Seriously, they have over 1200 bottled beers to choose from, and over 150 on tap. The clientele is not fantastic (popped collar crowd), but that's hardly enough to prevent this from being a great recommendation.</drink>
* <drink name="V-No Wine Bar" alt="" address="905 S Ann St" directions="" phone="+1 410 342-8466" email="" fax="" url="" hours="Tu 4:30PM-9PM, W 4:30PM-10PM, Th 11:30AM-11PM, F-Sa 11:30AM-midnight, Su 11:30AM-6PM" price="">The reasons to come to this wine bar are very straightforward: it gives you an opportunity to sip wine in a classy environment, and you can sit at a table right on the water of the Fell's Fells Point harbor, to take in the great views.</drink>
* <drink name="The Wharf Rat" alt="" address="801 S Ann St" directions="" phone="+1 410 276-9034" email="" fax="" url="" hours="11:30AM-1AM daily" price="">A good dive with good beers on tap isn't quite enough to distinguish a pub in this neighborhood, but the real claim to fame here is that the place sells growlers to go! Usually not found in the U.S., growlers are half gallon jugs of beer that you can fill up with the pub's British and Australian brews.</drink>
*<drink name="The Horse You Came In On Saloon" alt="" address="1626 Thames St." directions="" phone="+1 410 327-8111" url="" hours="M-F 2PM-1:30AM, Sa-Su 12:30PM-1:30AM" price="" lat="" long="">Established in 1775, this bar claims to be America's oldest continuously-operated saloon. Supposedly, it was the last place where Edgar Allan Poe was seen alive. Try a shot of the bar's house-made flavor-infused Jack Daniel's. Live music nightly.</drink>
The [[Baltimore/Inner Harbor|Inner Harbor]] is where you'll find the big upscale chain hotels, but Fell's Fells Point will give you a lot more local flavor, with smaller inns available, principally historic bed and breakfasts.
* <sleep name="Blue Door B&B" alt="" address="2023 E Baltimore St" directions="" phone="+1 410 732-0191" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="$140-175">A beloved B&amp;amp;amp;amp;B a little out of the way from Fell's Fells Point in quiet Butcher's Hill, but very close to Johns Hopkins Hospital and Medical Campus. The rooms are big, the breakfast very popular, and rates are more affordable than its neighbors closer to the harbor.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Celie's Waterfront Inn" alt="" address="1714 Thames St" directions="" phone="+1 410 522-2323" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="$100-200">Right in the same desirable location as the Inn at Henderson's Wharf, but with lower prices. It's worth spending a little extra for a harborside room to cut down on the revelry noise on the street side.</sleep>
* <sleep name="1840s Carrollton Inn " alt="" address="50 Albemarle St" directions="" phone="+1 410 385-1840" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="$175-320">The 1840s Carrollton Inn is a series of beautiful interconnected rowhomes, some dating back to the early 19th century, surrounding a central courtyard. Next door to the winter home of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, signer of the Declaration of Independence. The location is a huge plus—it's in Jonestown within very easy walking distance of Little Italy and the Aquarium.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Admiral Fell Inn" alt="" address="888 South Broadway" directions="" phone="+1 410 522-7380" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="$170-260">This inn has more than its fair share of history, including more than a few ghost stories. And it's right in the center of the action, meaning it is extremely convenient, but can be a little noisy at night, if you are a light sleeper.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Inn at Henderson's Wharf" alt="" address="1000 Fell Street" directions="" phone="+1 410 522-7777" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="$170-230">Right on the water, on a quiet wharf just beyond the attractions and pubs. Ranked as the number one hotel in Baltimore for the past six years on TripAdvisor, this is pretty clearly a good B&B option for Fell's Fells Point, or really for any visitor to the city.</sleep>
* <listing name="Daily Grind" alt="" address="1720 Thames St" directions="" phone="+1 410 558-0399" email="" fax="+1 410 558-0945" url="M-Th 6:30AM-9PM, F-Su 6:30AM-10PM" hours="" price="">A nice coffee Shop with WiFi that's a little spotty and no outlets, but it's still a fine place to check your email. Usually crowded.</listing>
* <listing name="Cafe Latte'da" alt="" directions="" address="1704 Aliceanna St" phone="+1 410 342-7474" email="" fax="" url="" hours="M-Tu 7AM-6PM, W-F 7AM-7PM, Sa-Su 8:30AM-5PM" price="">Free cafe with WiFi pretty much at the epicenter of Fell's Fells Point. Laid back and relaxing.</listing>
* <listing name="Van Gogh Cafe" alt="" directions="" address="300 S Ann St" phone="+1 410 558-1958" email="" fax="" url="" hours="M-F 7AM-3:30PM, Sa 7AM-midnight, Su 6AM-3PM" price="">A real neighborhood corner cafe in Upper Fell's Fells Point with free WiFi.</listing>
==Stay safe==
For the most part, this is a very safe section of Baltimore, and you are unlikely to run into any trouble in the well-trafficked neighborhoods of Little Italy and Fell's Fells Point. But as with much of Baltimore, rough neighborhoods are not far away—it's best to avoid walking through the Perkins Homes housing projects, and to remain vigilant in Jonestown. The one type of crime that affects visitors in this area is smash-and-grab theft of belongings from parked vehicles; you should keep your car clean, with any items tucked away in the trunk or glove compartment.
==Get out==
Visitors staying here might find that they don't have much desire to leave. Fell's Fells Point has pretty much all you need for a really nice vacation. Of course, don't miss the major attractions in the [[Baltimore/Inner Harbor|Inner Harbor]] or Fort McHenry across the harbor in [[Baltimore/South Baltimore|Locust Point]]. If you are feeling like a bit of an adventure, though, a trip east to [[Baltimore/Southeast Baltimore|Greektown]] can make for a very rewarding dining experience. If the nightlife here feels a little too conventional, and you would like to experience a bit of Baltimore's famous quirky/offbeat life (or, for that matter, the opera), hop a cab over to [[Baltimore/Midtown|Midtown]].
[[wikipedia:Fells Point, Baltimore]]
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