Lee's Pint & Shell
Chill stop for seafood, bourbon & beer
Oyster Bar · Canton · $$
Seafood and whiskey are the focus at this Canton hangout serving dishes like oysters and lobster paired with over 50 varieties of bourbon, plus beer and cocktails. The narrow, industrial-chic space features a long bar, high-top tables, garage door windows and hand-painted murals of old-school Charm City ads on the walls.
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hours Open Today · 11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
11:00 AM - 2:00 AM
10:00 AM - 2:00 AM
location 2844 Hudson Street, Baltimore, MD 21224, USA phone +1 410-327-2883 website www.leespintandshell.com directions Get Directions
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Lee's has found a nice niche among the aging Canton millennial crowd who is starting to shy away from the craziness and expense of restaurants on the Square. This neighborhood restaurant and bar consists of two floors of dining and bar space, with outdoor tables when the weather is decent. They also have garage door windows which open up if it isn't freezing or baking. The food is fairly typical for an upscale pub with flatbreads, burgers, etc. However they also have a good raw bar which peaks with their happy hour special of $0.50 oysters. They count how many oysters they have served at have neighborhood socials at varying milestones. Beer selection is expansive, but somewhat expensive outside of happy hour. It can get crowded and hard to get a table; especially during the spring, summer and fall. Overall, this is great place to grab random drinks and decent food throughout the year.
Matthew Danowski · February 19, 2018
Really nice service during happy hour! The oysters were fresh and delicious. Not too noisy. Easy going vibe. Thank you!
MaryAlecia Briggs · February 7, 2018
Shrimp and oysters- All You Can WAIT. This is a review of the 1/29 Event- a shrimp and oyster roast. Not a review of regular service. Advertised 11 AM to 4 PM all you can eat. Oversold and underdelivered. We arrived at 1 PM. My wife was next to a lady who said she had been in line since 11:00 and the food just started coming out. Others had already received refunds. The hostess processed our tickets and THEN said, "It's going to be a long wait." I asked, "What's that, an hour?" She said, "Probably." And then curtly added," We're not giving any more refunds." Another staff member then stated to someone else, that it wasn't all you can eat, "It's until we run out." We went elsewhere and I disputed the charge with my credit card. Probably good people who got out in front of their skis, sold too many tickets and could not handle the logistics. Nevertheless, nice people or not, I would not attend a ticketed event again.
Larry Regan · January 29, 2018