Baltimore Neighborhood Guide: Fells Point
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Southeast Baltimore • Waterfront • Variety of Dining • Historic • Walkable
1 BR: $1735
2 BR: $1955
Transit Score: 67
Bike Score: 83
As one of Baltimore’s most historic neighborhoods, there is plenty to see and experience in Fells Point. This waterfront neighborhood isn’t just rich in history – there are countless restaurants, pubs, and shops to explore. Fells Point was once a disorderly seaport, but helped the area, turning it into a unique and popular Baltimore destination. Fells Point is in a prime location, adding to the neighborhood’s appeal. Downtown Baltimore and the Inner Harbor are minutes away, and transportation in and out of the neighborhood is always convenient. Living in Fells Point means experiencing the best of Baltimore.
Our Favorite Brunch Spot
Fells Point has one of Baltimore’s best brunch scenes – there are countless restaurants to choose from and they are all remarkably good. is our favorite neighborhood café that happens to serve the best brunch in the area. We love the cozy café vibes, friendly staff, and healthy (and delicious) food. Brunch is from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm on Saturday, and 9:00 am – 6:00 pm on Sunday. The brunch menu is nothing short of amazing, and there are plenty of options to please everyone. Enjoy everything from breakfast classics, delectable French toast, pancakes, and waffles to delicious salads and paninis. For those looking to enjoy a boozy brunch, glasses and pitchers of mimosas, Bloody Mary’s, and house-made sangria are half-priced.
Our Favorite Happy Hour Spot
Similar to the brunch scene, the Fells Point happy hour scene is one of Baltimore’s best. We love a good deal and anything waterfront, so – 7:00 pm, and on Wednesday through Friday from 4:00 – 7:00 pm. There are specials on local beers, wine, and liquor, all for $4 or $5, and a pair of house oyster shooters for $8. The happy hour drinks combined with any of the starters or raw bar items make for a delicious and affordable happy hour on the water.is a winner. This classic oyster house has an extensive raw bar menu and serves some of the best seafood in the area. Happy hour is served on Monday and Tuesday from 5:00
Best Place To Work Up A Sweat
With Fells Point being the waterfront neighborhood that it is, it is only fitting that they have a surf-inspired boutique workout studio,, and we love it. BeachFit delivers dynamic and challenging workout classes, while still maintaining a fun and motivating environment. Challenge yourself with Surfset classes, which are on-the-board workouts that focus on core and balance, or work up a sweat with boot camp and TRX classes. Rookie Surf, Surf Mavericks, and Pipeline are the main surf-inspired workout classes. Cycle + Surf and Beach Burn are two other specialty classes that incorporate surfing fundamentals into cycling and barre classes. Drop-in classes at BeachFit are $19, but there are a variety of class packs and memberships to choose from. For new clients, the Intro BeachFit membership is just $49 per month and allows for unlimited classes for three months.
Best Way To Get Around
Fells Point is Baltimore’s fourth most walkable neighborhood. With a – the Jones Falls Expressway minutes away and other main highways are very easily accessible as well. For those that prefer public transportation, there are four bus lines passing through the Fells Point neighborhood as well as easy access to the water taxi system. Overall, getting around Fells Point is extremely convenient, regardless of your preferred means of transportation.of 96, the area is convenient to navigate by foot, regardless of what you are trying to accomplish. Whether you are running errands, exploring the neighborhood, or dining out, doing so by foot is always an option. Traveling around by vehicle is very convenient as well
Fells Point is a waterfront neighborhood rich in history, entertainment, and a local influence. The area is considered to be a city, state, and National Historical District. Much of the architecture dates back to the 18th century, and there are over 160 buildings on the National Register. Fells Point is known for having the largest concentration of restaurants in Baltimore, making it a popular destination for food and entertainment lovers. Many of the restaurants you will find in Fells Point are local establishments, creating a unique restaurant experience wherever you decide to go. Also lining the Belgian block streets are local shops and pubs. There is always plenty to see and do in Fells Point, and the neighborhood is constantly bustling with activity.
Living In Fells Point
Luxury apartment living is a major trend in Fells Point. There are several different buildings in the area all ranging in style, price, and amenities. 1305 Dock Street has studio, one and two-bedroom luxury apartments for rent in Fells Point. We love their waterfront views, spacious floor plans, and various amenities. Townhouses and Colonial homes are the other main housing trends in Fells Point. Fells Point is one of Baltimore’s most popular neighborhoods to live in, so the cost of living is on the higher end. With all that the neighborhood has to offer, residents say that it is worth the high price tag.
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