Sleep Inn & Suites Downtown Inner Harbor
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 779-6166
Fax: (410) 528-7771
One is a popular first-class nightclub featuring four levels, each devoted to an element—earth, water, fire and air. The 22,000 square feet club offers a different musical style each night ranging from hip-hop to reggae to dance. Be sure to call or check website for the upcoming night's events and specials. Be aware of the dress code—no athletic wear or shoes, no ripped clothing and no baseball hats.
Anyone above 21 years is welcome to Club Chez Joey. This place not only serves drinks but also couples them up with seductive dances performed by showgirls. Essentially a strip club which is open throughout the week, it pulls crowds from everywhere. They serve snacks and the drinks, the likes of Daiquiris, Pina Coladas and beer, are aplenty. The atmosphere is lively and energetic. Join in the cheering as the girls get on stage and strut their stuff! A perfect place for a boys' night out or a bachelor party - no time to get bored!
Howl At The Moon is a bar with a twist! They not only offers their clients drinks but also a piano bar. Solo piano performances are often scheduled in the restaurant. The staff too joins in, singing and entertaining guests! Piano player shifts take place, which can get very energetic. Down some of the Jello shots before you start your impromptu singing. Look out for their specials and cover charges. You can celebrate birthdays, bachelor parties and anniversaries at this hot spot.
A feather in the Rams Head group is this 26,000 square foot buzzing nightclub. Located within the Power Plant Live, this upscale club offers patrons a chance to dance away the night with an eclectic mix of reggae, rock, blues and even love songs played by well known DJs and live musicians. The other thing worth attending at Rams Head Live! is the Anti-Valentine's Day party, where singles can mix and enjoy an evening of fun. The venue also has two kiosks that serve delectable finger food and exquisite drinks. Check website for details.
The Lodge Bar is a good place to hang out after work. But expect to find singles and couples in corners too. The Happy Hour, specialty cocktails and live music make sure patrons come in droves. The bar looks more like a mountain cabin, where the decor is mainly wood. The dance floor sees a mix of tourists, students and regulars. The informal feel of the place makes it a great venue for celebrations. Catch live acts by Dirty Fingers and Jon Allmett.
After a tiring day of sightseeing, a visit to the Power Plant is exactly what you need. The multiplex offers an array of dining and entertainment options. For dinner, choose from steak, Italian, Cuban and more. Several bars line the venue, tempting you to hop in and out. Some clubs hold stand up comedy shows too. Parties and concerts featuring popular bands are held on sunny summer evenings. Most of them have free entry! Come and experience the energy at this entertainment powerhouse.
Reminiscent of a bygone era, Club 347 is known for their outstanding live jazz performances on Monday evenings. Other nights of the week feature special themes include hip hop and comedy. This spacious nightclub features two levels, each with its own dance floor, bar and pool table. Aside from live music, the club is also available for private rentals. Visit the website to find out more about upcoming shows.
No pub going music lover worth his salt, could have missed the famous Hard Rock Cafes around the world. Situated in a historical building of Baltimore, this cafe embodies the vibrant mix of the old and the contemporary. Get into the retro mood with the checkered table cloths and the 1960s Cadillac gleaming proudly over the bar. Feel happy and high, as light streams in through the music inspired stained glass window and rock blares through the speakers. Catch the live music performances and shake a leg! Try the Original Hard Rock Onion Rings with their famous Pulled Pork sandwich. Dig into burgers or popular Maryland seafood. Choose from a huge list of beverages and party the night away. You can also pick up cool tees and memorabilia from the gift shop.
With the Inner Harbor as a backdrop, Pier Six offers one of the most beautiful concert venues around. The open-air pavilion showcases some of the biggest names in pop, jazz, rock, country, gospel, R & B and classical music. Covered seating and lawn space are available. Patrons are encouraged to bring folding chairs and make themselves comforable. Pier Six is convenient for boaters and is within walking distance of major downtown hotels. The venue opens from Monday to Saturday at 10am.
When you walk in James Joyce Irish Pub & Restaurant, you will find yourself transported back to Ireland. Right from the ceiling to the floor, everything at James Joyce Irish Pub & Restaurant reminds you of the Emerald Isle. They have enchanting outdoor seating but if you aren't the outdoor types, dine by the fire or in one of the alcoves in the wall. Celtic and Irish melodies are played and if you are not in the mood for grub, you can also come by to have a drink or two and watch some televised sports as you cheer. Bon appetit!
Mughal Garden is distinguished chiefly by the size of its menu. In addition to the typical Vindaloos, Saag and Kebabs, you'll find a fantastic Mulligatawny Soup, a great Salmon Tikka and a Tandoori Lobster that is one of the best seafood entrees in town. Many of these appear on the daily all-you-can-eat buffet, but you'll need to peruse the menu to see everything that is offered. The spacious dining room is modest but inviting, and the atmosphere is very casual.
One of the oldest nightclubs in Baltimore, The Hippo is vivacious and draws crowds from neighboring cities as well. A gay bar, this place has won awards, including Best Piano Bar and Best Karaoke in the past. Special nights include Bingo, Ladies Tea, Hippo Cabaret, and Drag Kings. DJs Farrell, Rodgers and Rosie hold the crowds spellbound throughout the week. The bar is also a good place to chat and down shots. Admission is restricted to those over 21 years of age.