The Elk Room
Speakeasy for cocktails & small plates
Bar · Little Italy · $$
Hidden behind Harbor East Italian chophouse Tagliata, this dimly lit cocktail den from Atlas Restaurant Group (Ouzo Bay, Azumi) transports patrons back in time with handcrafted classic cocktails and rustic dishes like venison tartare and elk tacos. Vintage touches like taxidermy and crystal chandeliers coupled with nightly live jazz and a strict cell phone ban heighten the bar’s intimate, Prohibition-era ambiance.
hours Open Today · 4:00 PM - 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
4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
4:00 PM - 2:00 AM
location 1010 Fleet Street, Baltimore, MD 21202, USA phone +1 410-244-5830 website directions Get Directions
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Google Reviews
They definitely nailed the speakeasy vibe here. Find in the place is half the fun of visiting for the first time, and the decor is awesome. I'm not a huge fan of cocktails, so I stuck to drafts. Beers were somewhat overpriced here.
Shawn Soviak · January 29, 2018
I loved the theme of this bar, but was very disappointed in the emptiness of it. They only allow people to come in if there are seats available. This gave the place a very subdued and no-energy atmosphere. I was expecting a more lively , speakeasy experience with robust conversation. But, it looked more like people nearly asleep in their very comfy chairs and lots and lots of dead space. Drink prices were high too!
Sherry DeFrancisci · January 27, 2018
Baltimore's first real addition to the hipster speakeasy scene, the Elk room provides well presented, albeit expensive cocktails in a very nice setting. Like most similar establishments, entry is limited to those who can sit down and there may be a wait on busy nights. The back area consists of couches which you may need to split with other parties. The drinks were of good quality, but nothing spectacular. However the presentation and serving was very well done. The staff still seemed to be getting used to the style of the place, but I am sure they will iron things out as time goes by. There was live jazz music on the weekends, which was very enjoyable.
Matthew Danowski · November 27, 2017