Tavern at the Admiral
Sip long-forgotten recipes, traditional spirits, and local beer and wines at the Tavern, the Admiral Fell Inn’s bar located downstairs. Hidden from public view, our charming bar is a well-known secret in the neighborhood and a Fell’s Point favorite. Rumored to have been haunted, the Admiral Fell Inn boasts a fascinating history since its time as a sailor’s boarding house in 1900. Join us for a ghost tour and drink at the Tavern, one of our guests’ favorite amenities of the inn!
Bar Hours | Wednesday – Saturday | 5 pm – 2 am
The Tarvern at the Admiral is currently close until further notice due to COVID - 19
Order a classic cocktail at our historic inn’s mixology bar! Along with the architecture of our building, the Tavern at the Admiral has carefully preserved signature recipes throughout the centuries.
Enjoy a freshly shaken 1812 Cocktail, or something stronger like a Fort McHenry or Edward Fell. Each of our dessert drinks and strong libations is made with spirits from around the world, thanks to our location adjacent to the seaport.
The Tavern's History
Enjoy a taste of history during your evening at the Tavern. The Admiral Fell Inn was named in honor of the colonel that founded Fell’s Point and was previously home to a livery stable, ships chandlery, vinegar bottling, and a hospice for sailors.
Chat with one of our bartenders or on-site historians to learn more about the building’s history and the Admiral Fell Inn bar.
In the News
"And between him bringing in fresh chocolate mint for cocktails or making homemade baklava for his elaborate, award-winning egg nog cocktails, this place might be one of the city’s best kept secrets."
"But the secret may not be so hush-hush, after all. Robin Wright, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Jim Belushi, Metallica, and Blake Shelton have found their way to the tiny bar."
Stop by the Admiral Fell Inn bar, the Tavern at the Admiral, for a drink at the end of your day of Baltimore adventures!