We’ll be your designated driver. With all the neighborhood hot spots around the harbor, it’s hard to pick just one. Start bar hopping in either Federal Hill or Canton, and then grab the boat over to Fell’s Point for classic Baltimore taverns and bars. Some of our favorites watering holes in that area include Kooper’s Tavern, Alexander’s Tavern, Woody’s Cantina, Greene Turtle Sports Bar, Admiral’s Cup, and DogWatch Tavern. Next, cruise over to the Inner Harbor for happy hours at M&S Grille, Hard Rock Café, or a raucous time at Dick’s Last Resort. During the summer, stop off at Maritime Park to grab a drink at Sandlot, an outdoor waterfront beach in the middle of the city. There are no bathrooms on board the boats, so make sure to take care of business at one of the bars.
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- Stop 1: Take any route to Landing 11 – once in Fell’s Point, stumble off the boat at the foot of too many historic Baltimore bars to count.
- Stop 2: Yellow Route to Landing 8 for a sandy beach chair and beer at Sandlot.
- Stop 3: Green or Yellow Route to Landing 1 – you can’t miss the row of restaurants and bars along the Inner Harbor promenade.
- Stop 4: Need one more stop? Take the Yellow Route to Landing 3 – for the best Federal Hill bars walk about 10 minutes to Light Street and bar hop at will.