Sleep Inn & Suites
1807 Edgewood Rd.
Edgewood, MD 21040
Phone: (410) 679-4700
Fax: (410) 538-9926
1807 Edgewood Rd., Edgewood, MD, US, 21040
- Phone: (410) 679-4700
- Fax: (410) 538-9926
Enjoy music from Rock and Pop, to Rythem and Blues.
Gentlemen's Gold Club is a place to hold your bachelor or bachelorette parties. The strip club has a great menu, fine cigars, and a Champagne room, which is open until late. A free shuttle service to and from your hotel in the neighborhood is also offered. Packages, such as Bronze and Gold, includes cover charge, beer, finger food buffet and lasts for two hours. The bartenders and wait staff are friendly and the whole atmosphere rings of gaiety and loads of cheering. Guests have to be above 21 and observation of the dress code is a must.
Named after the chef's grandmother, Gertrude's is located in the Baltimore Museum of Art. The kitchen lavishes attention on the details of each of its Maryland-style seafood dishes, making sure that each is a unique creation. The two types of crab cakes for instance are distinctly different: the Eastern Shore is traditional, made of crabmeat and little else, while the Gertie is a more modern, spicy affair. Enjoy your meal in the chic and homey pastel dining room or on the outdoor patio.
The hippest place in Baltimore to see an alternative rock band is this scruffy, but chic, midtown establishment. The bar itself is very small, so many patrons stand or sit in front of the tiny stage, or wander around the multi-colored second and third floors. The bands are either unsigned locals or independent-label acts. All play loud and fast.
This casually offbeat coffeehouse, in the heart of historic Fells Point, features earnest musicians and racks of paperbacks for the entertainment and edification of its patrons. It also offers 17 espresso drinks and half-a-dozen flavored coffees, all at moderate prices, as well as a broad menu of Eastern European items like Borscht and Pierogies. Many visitors insist the coffeehouse is worth visiting just to have a spoonful of Russian Apple Soup - small bowls of amber heaven.
Salsa your way into the vibrant Latin Palace at Fells Point. In here, it's all about the music. Live music performances and local and international DJs will keep you on your feet and dancing the night away. Heat up the floor of the Casa Salsa Dance Club with your sensual dance moves or enjoy yourself at the bar. Got two left feet? Don't worry - this multi-story club even offers dance lessons. Refuel with some tapas or Tex-Mex dishes and a range of beverages at the Restaurante Las Palmas. Find out more about their party packages and let them host a bash for you.
Head to Club K after an authentic Korean dinner at the San Soo Kab San restaurant next door. This Asian club has a capacity for 50 people and features an impressive music program. Their globe-spanning line-up of local musicians, DJs and international touring bands perform an eclectic mix of genres – from house and electronic, to punk and alternative rock. Previous artists like Bath Salts, Dead Whale Ramblers, Babysitter and Monkey Pilot represent countries including America, Canada and Taiwan. This space also hosts art exhibitions, open mic nights and private parties.
According to Celtic music aficionados, this Fells Point pub is the place to go in Baltimore to hear authentic Irish folk music. With its wood-paneled walls and gigantic oak bar, it's the perfect setting for hoisting a glass of Guinness or Harp and enjoying a jig or reel. The steady stream of Irish musicians is supplemented by local and national jazz, blues and zydeco acts. Fell's Point can be quite busy on weekends, so to enjoy the full homey effect of this place, visit during the week.
Step into Kooper's - a classic American bar. Named after the owners Labrador, this long bar greets you with its cheery red brick exteriors. The warm and friendly atmosphere seems to be the highlight of this joint. Popular among college students and locals, Kooper's serves the usual variety of draughts and typical pub grub as well as steaks and seafood. Try the yummy Crab Cakes and hugely popular burgers. Football freaks can hop in on Monday nights and check out the football nights. Noisy, lively and fun - that's Kooper's for you.
Scoot up to this waterfront restaurant in a water taxi and get attuned to some of the casual live entertainment that takes place until the wee hours. Elegant cuisine in the form of seafood, steak and pasta are served on the patio. Aside from being a romantic spot for dinner, Shucker's irresistible lunch offer on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, half-priced fish & chips on Fridays, steak entrée on Mondays and a long happy hour with domestic drafts, house wines and rail drinks draw in the crowds. The laid-back, yet lively atmosphere tends to loosen you up after a long day—let go of your inhibitions on the Thursday karaoke nights, or just enjoy the TVs and the pool in the company of friends while the unobtrusive staff expertly attends to your gastronomic desires.
Spread out over two levels, this popular nightclub features DJ's spinning the latest top 40 tracks every Thursday through Sunday night. The industrial design aesthetic features 40 foot tall ceilings, exposed brick and duct work and state-of-the-art LCD light show system. VIP tables are available on Friday and Saturdays where patrons can enjoy the night with personalized bottle service.
This nightspot offers a breathtaking view of the city from the top floor of the old Belvedere Hotel. Settle in for happy hour and watch the dusk settle over the city as its lights gradually begin to twinkle on. The calm won't last much past 9pm though. That's when local dance bands take the stage, the disco ball begins to swirl and the club transforms into a slightly silly and thoroughly retro dance party. The 13th Floor also serves excellent bar food, including a small selection of delicious desserts.