Fells Point

Tenants for revamped Broadway Market announced

A sign shows a rendering of the redeveloped north pavilion of Broadway Market. Photo by Brandon Weigel.

Connie’s Chicken and Waffles, Taharka Brothers Ice Cream, Thai Street and a bar overseen by Dooby’s owner Phil Han are just some of the tenants coming to the food hall in the revamped north pavilion of Broadway Market, Mayor Catherine Pugh announced today.

L’Eau de Vie Organic Brasserie announces Nov. 3 grand opening


L’Eau de Vie Organic Brasserie, the eatery in the former Inn at The Black Olive space focusing on a plant-based menu and craft drinks, will have its grand opening this Saturday, offering raffle prizes in addition to food and drink.

520 square feet of adorable: Newly renovated townhouse in Fells Point asks $185K


Hot House: 515 S. Chapel Street, Baltimore, MD 21231

Federal style brick townhouse, circa 1920. 2 beds, 1.5 baths over 520 square feet, fenced back patio, no basement. Living room, kitchen with granite counters, glass tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, breakfast area. Hardwood floors throughout, built-in speakers, double-pane casement windows. Upstairs two bedrooms, washer/dryer, private deck off master. Central AC: $184,900

Restaurant Review: In Fells Point, Duck Duck Goose makes fine dining fun, with a few caveats


Can fine dining be fun?

Duck Duck Goose, a French brasserie that opened in Fells Point earlier this summer, makes a pretty good case that it’s possible. Though the menu is elegant and the kitchen, helmed by owner and executive chef Ashish Alfred, obviously takes food seriously, the Duck Duck Goose vibe is more festive than reverential–and that is a good thing.

Unique Home in Fells Point. Everything you want, nothing you don’t.



When I think of Fells Point, I think of my 20s, when my friends and I would barhop, go to the Fells Point Festival, and enjoy day drinking with a view. That was a long time ago, but Fells Point is still a destination for fine restaurants, shopping and nightlife – the question is, what would it be like to live there? How’s the parking? Will I be kept up all night by noisy pedestrians?  

Event Pick: Watch ‘Get Out’ by the water in Fells Point

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Jordan Peele’s “Get Out” is a spooky flick that exposes everything that’s both horrific and darkly hilarious about white do-gooder-ism, following one rightfully paranoid black man from New York up to the countryside estate of his white girlfriend for what might be the weirdest family reunion that’s ever happened. Its slow burn and timely commentary on race relations and white supremacy make it a good movie for people who aren’t necessarily horror junkies—so long as they don’t mind a few creepy shocks and jolts mixed in with the laughs.

Event Pick: Korean pop-up haenyo celebrates one year with event at Rye

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In one year, the local duo behind the roving Korean restaurant haenyo has made a splash without need for a brick-and-mortar home. Tonight and tomorrow, chefs Irvin Seo and Collin Morstein celebrate their business’ first anniversary by popping up at Fells Point cocktail bar Rye.

Event Pick: A pop-up antique car show in Fells Point

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Dads and cars. It’s an old cliché that just seems to work. And even if your father isn’t into this stereotype, who doesn’t love a chance to gaze upon a relic of American automotive greatness, if even just for the aesthetics?

Review: ‘The Quickening’ bridges the world of the living and the dead, and raises heart rates

Amanda Spellman, left, as Beth and David Shoemaker as Matt in “The Quickening.” Photo by Shealyn Jae Photography.

Pregnant women may be unsettled by “The Quickening,” the slow-burn ghost story on at Fells Point Corner Theatre through July 1. If they haven’t already watched, they’re probably avoiding the movie “Rosemary’s Baby,” which seems to have provided at least a little inspiration for the new play by Baltimore playwright Mark Scharf.

Event Pick: Celebrate American Craft Beer Week at Max’s Taphouse

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Every day is a good day to drink locally made craft beer, but the Brewers Association trade group has dubbed this American Craft Beer Week, so there’s a little added incentive. And there’s no better place to dabble in the best offerings from around the country (and the world) than Max’s Taphouse, home to one of the best selections anywhere.