How to Celebrate Halloween Near Union Wharf: Take a Haunted Walking Tour or Pub Tour Throughout Fells Point!
On a regular basis — perhaps during your daily commute to and from Union Wharf — you likely pass by the same local landmarks, city streets, and neighborhood taverns, but how much do you really know about the area in which you live? That's exactly the question posed by The...READ ARTICLE
Get In the Harvest Spirit With These Fall Events and Activities Near Union Wharf
What's your favorite thing about autumn, Union Wharf residents? The cooler temperatures? Carving pumpkins? Halloween? Apple cider? Good news: You can enjoy all of the above at these Baltimore-area fall attractions! 1) Hallowmarine at the National Aquarium This Baltimore institution, which is home to 20,000 animals representing more than 700...READ ARTICLE
The Red Star Bar & Grill: Gather With Friends Near Union Wharf
There's a scintillating 19th-century legend about the earliest origins of Baltimore's Red Star Bar & Grill, which you can find and read by visiting the restaurant's website, but today the restaurant is a popular, family-friendly place serving up tasty meals and craft brews in a rustic and friendly atmosphere. The...READ ARTICLE
Have a Special Occasion on the Horizon, Union Wharf? Consider a Custom Cake From Baltimore Cakery!
One of the city’s newest boutique cake studios, Baltimore Cakery in Fells Point is quickly establishing itself as a destination for custom, expertly designed cakes for special occasions. Each cake at Baltimore Cakery is made to order to ensure it meets the customer's exact needs. You'll start your custom cake...READ ARTICLE
USS Constellation: Learn About US Naval History Near Union Wharf
One of the crown jewels of Baltimore’s historic ship collection, the USS Constellation was commissioned in 1853 to safeguard American lives and commerce in the Mediterranean, Caribbean, and at the mouth of the Congo River. After the outbreak of the Civil War, the Constellation served the United States by enforcing...READ ARTICLE
Don’t Miss the Fells Point Fun Festival, Returning for Its 49th Year on Oct. 2 Near Union Wharf
Friday, Oct. 2 will mark the return of one of Baltimore's most beloved annual festivals, the Fells Point Fun Festival! Returning for its 49th year in 2015, this family-friendly, outdoor event has been a Charm City favorite since 1967! And it's not hard to see why! During the three-day-long festival,...READ ARTICLE
Meet Some Friends From Union Wharf for Bohs and Bites at Bartenders on Boston Street
Bartenders on Boston Street might be one of the most beloved neighborhood watering holes near Union Wharf. Headed up by barkeeps Danny Coker and Dave Spence, the staff at Bartenders puts an emphasis on building connections with customers. For instance, regulars note that it’s not unusual to walk in and...READ ARTICLE
Calling All Modern-Day Pirates at Union Wharf: There’s a Spot for You at The Wharf Rat
For the past 30 years The Wharf Rat has been serving up craft, seasonal, and cask-conditioned ales to happy Baltimore customers, but this place has a history that goes back even farther. You see, “wharf rat” was an 18-century term that referred to men who made their living on the...READ ARTICLE
Bond Street Social: Share Small Plates With Some Friends From Union Wharf
If you’re looking for a hip place to socialize with some friends from Union Wharf, you’ll find it at Bond Street Social. This upscale yet casual restaurant is the picture of modern style, featuring wooden and industrial furnishings, leather seating, a long, handsome bar, and even an outdoor patio area...READ ARTICLE
Need a Break From City Life, Union Wharf? Head to Patterson Park!
One of the oldest and most beloved parks in the city of Baltimore, Patterson Park is a community space that invites Charm City residents to take a break from city life. It was first established as a park in 1827, when William Patterson donated the land for public use. Despite...READ ARTICLE