Waterfront hangout with bocce & a bar
American · Fells Point · $
Restaurateur Spike Gjerde and his team (Woodberry Kitchen, Parts & Labor) are behind this buzzy Harbor Point hangout, serving American comfort food, including spit-fired chicken, nachos, sandwiches and pretzels, washed down with local beers and tiki-type cocktails. The family-friendly outdoor venue is fashioned from repurposed shipping containers and set on a huge waterfront lot complete with sand volleyball courts, bocce courts, a performance area and a vintage Airstream.
hours Open Today · 4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
11:00 AM - 11:00 PM
location 1000 Wills Street, Baltimore, MD 21231, USA directions Get Directions
Google Reviews
Gorgeous place to hangout at and see a view of Baltimore. It is right on the water and have great parking. The craft beers and drinks are great! Food selection is a little limited and pricey butis good enough. Perfect ambiance for both late night hangout or time with the family. They're also very pet friendly.
Chris Decker · May 6, 2018
Nice views, overpriced food. I'm glad we ate beforehand. Just go there for drinks. Friendly to dogs (on leash) and children (just keep them out of the way). It has a somewhat fratty atmosphere, so I would advise going at less popular hours to avoid that crowd. I would appreciate more diverse music choices. Also, their crab balls really have minimal crab -- I would expect better for Baltimore. Otherwise, good place to take people from out of town to see the view and have a drink on a hot day.
M H · May 21, 2018
This place is VERY overpriced. You will not fill up on $30. The meat in my tacos was also dry (and two tacos, no sides, for $16? Come on). You are strictly paying for location with this place. I suggest eating and drinking somewhere else then coming here for cornhole or to enjoy the view and sip on one $6 beer cause that's all you'll want to spend. This owner has forgotten the heart of Baltimore's people. We're hardworking and know the value of a dollar. Don't insult us with tiny, overpriced, underwhelming portions.
Emily E. · May 10, 2018