The corner of Thames and South Ann Streets: by day, an historic part of Baltimore; by night, an exciting focus for Baltimore nightlife! While the atmosphere is casual, family owned and operated, The Point in Fells maintains a very upscale look. This is achieved with detailed ceilings, rich mahogany wood, heritage architectural details, and a spectacular outlook over the harbor. Is downstairs a bit crowded because of the customers packing in to watch the live entertainment every night?
There’s an upstairs dining room, as well – don’t worry about the pristine white tablecloths, it’s casual here, too. In good weather, take advantage of outdoor seating and enjoy the great harbor and city views. Expertly prepared from fresh, locally sourced ingredients, the “urban cuisine” style food, on any of the various menus available, is delicious. The crab cakes and oysters in particular draw rave reviews. In addition to a solid variety of popular domestics, the drinks menu features some very interesting beers, such as Long board, and Flying Dog, as well as an array of cocktails. The Point in Fells is a well-known local spot to hang out with your friends or meet new friends, all while enjoying great entertainment.