Welcome to your Baltimore food tourism and harbor wedding headquarters. Walk to everything from The Fells House. Off street parking space included.
Not your average rowhome. Newly and exquisitely renovated. Just feet from the harbor, this historic 200 year-old captain’s townhouse is situated on one of the most highly sought after streets in the city. Originally part of the Fells family land grant, it is now the perfect blend of contemporary design and early American architecture. This home boasts a spacious three bedroom, two bathroom layout. Enjoy the open concept, first floor living space with its exposed brick and beams beautifully juxtaposed to all new stainless steel and granite finishes. Centrally air conditioned throughout.
In addition to a king master bedroom, two bedrooms with queen beds round out the sleeping quarters. Retreat to the Tuscan inspired confines of the brick courtyard, or gather with friends for charcuterie in the dining area.
Now that you’ve settled in only steps from Edgar Allen Poe’s last stop, make your way across the city by many means. The Baltimore Water Taxi main terminal is just around the corner. The all new Baltimore Bike Sharing system is also within a block. ZipCar your thing? Of course, that’s here as well, not to mention Uber, Lyft and the city’s free Charm City Circulator bus service. This property and location does not disappoint.
Start your day in any number of ways. Mimosas al fresco in the garden? A cappuccino and caprese sandwich at Pitango? A fresh brewed coffee and bagel at the Daily Grind? Breakfast with the locals at JoAnn’s Kitchen for the best omelet in town? Perhaps a more elaborate brunch at any number of spots along the harbor’s edge?
Walk along the harbor promenade in the warmth of morning sun. Get caught up in the energy of all the runners passing you by as you make your way past the many museums and monuments that line the waterfront. The National Aquarium, The Baltimore Science Center and the Port Discovery Children’s Museum to name just a few.
Before you know it, it will be lunch. Swing through Little Italy for some pizza, followed by the famous cannoli’s at Vaccaro’s. Or…in true Baltimore fashion…head to Captain James to break a table-load of crabs over a bucket of beer.
Stroll along the cobblestones of Thames St. and its abundance of quirky boutique shops, or venture over to Harbor East for luxury shopping or handmade cocktails at the Four Seasons. Soon you’ll want to rest, but after your afternoon siesta, it will be time to think about dinner. Now we’re getting serious.
The options are too many to list. Choose from any of 50 dining options within four blocks. From Michelin rated Charleston on Lancaster St., Café Gia in Little Italy, fresh Mexican at Papi’s or a made to order burger at Abbey Burger, the choices are limitless. Finish the day with one of over 100 types of beer at Max’s Taphouse. If live entertainment is on your mind, meander over to the Cat’s Eye Pub for blues and jazz, or head to the Admiral’s Cup, just around the corner, for a more modern spin.
Good news! You’ll have time tomorrow to get up and explore all over again in the morning. Remember, there’s more to do than you can imagine, and we’ve not even strayed from the neighborhood. The arts abound, from the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company to the Baltimore Symphony and The Lyric or Hippodrome Theaters. Head up town to the Walters Museum or the Baltimore Museum of Art for their world class collections.
Whatever you choose, we strongly encourage you to do your research and take advantage of your time while here. There’s so much to see and do, you’ll want to have a plan. We’re happy to answer any questions and make suggestions, for Baltimore is your oyster. Oh yeah…we got those too!