Bars with Fireplaces in Baltimore

Bars with Fireplaces in Baltimore

Now that the cold has settled in on Charm City, what could be more charming than sipping some beverages by the fire? Get to these spots early to secure your fireside seats.

Birds of a Feather: Is there any better match than whiskey and a fireplace? Pop by this cozy Fell’s Point mainstay and warm up from the inside and the outside. (1712 Aliceanna St.; 410-675-8466)

BoatHouse Canton: This new(ish) spot in Canton typically draws in crowds for its waterview, but the little known secret is its fireplace to warm up by during the winter months. (2809 Boston St.; 410-773-9795)

Bond Street Social: See and be seen with fancy cocktails and upscale noshes at this large waterfront spot on the cusp of Fell’s Point. (901 S Bond St.; 443-449-6234)

Brewer’s Art: From its swanky upstairs bar, to its posh dining room, to the dimly lit and positively gritty downstairs bar, Brewer’s Art delivers every atmosphere. Get their early and often to secure a spot on the cozy couches near the upstairs fireplace for a night worth remembering (or forgetting, depending on how many of those Resurrections you have...). (1106 N Charles St.; 410-547-6925)

Brewer’s Cask: Looking for a great pint, and more recently some great wine, next to a fireplace? Check out this unique Federal Hill spot. (1236 Light St.; 410-273-9377)

The Dizz: Come to this off the beaten path spot to chow on one of Duff Goldman’s (Ace of Cakes) favorite burgers while fireside. (300 W 30th St.; 443-869-5864)

Leinenkugel’s Beer Garden: In the fall months, this spot is perfect for warming up next to an outdoor fireplace with beers and the tasty fare. But in the colder months, a retractable roof helps to preserve the fireside fun. (34 Market Pl.; 443-208-3316)

Myth and Moonshine: Many may remember this spot as the old Gin Mill, but it’s reinvented now with moonshine and what we’ve heard is a pretty amazing brunch. Go for beers, brunch, or any meal, and settle into the nook that has tables next to the fireplace for a cozy night (or morning) right on Boston Street. (2300 Boston St.; 410-777-5502)

Petit Louis: So, to get close to the fireplace, you may need to grab a reservation for dinner, but at this little French bistro, it’s worth it to have your champagne or Kir Royale (or beer or wine, naturally) near the warmth of the hearth. (4800 Roland Ave.; 410-366-9393)

Pub Dog: Beer? Pizza? Fireplace? Are there any more details we need to be enticed to hit up this Federal Hill favorite? (20 E Cross St.; 410-727-6077)

Regi’s American Bistro: This popular seafood haven that loves the local teams also serves up the heat with a fireplace you’ll find difficult to leave. (1002 Light St.; 410-539-7344)

Waterfront Hotel: Depart from the seemingly typical waterfront Fell’s Point bar on the first floor to settle into comfy seats near the fire on the cozy and welcoming second floor. (1417 Thames St.; 443-681-5310)

The Wharf Rat: This corner spot in Fell’s Point with tasty beer selections and one of the best pizzas in the area is a cozy favorite, and the seats in the back by the fireplace get snatched up quickly. (801 S Ann St.; 410-276-9034)

Wit and Wisdom: Sip some top notch cocktails and nosh on Chef Zack Mill’s tasty bites while lounging in one of Baltimore’s most stylish spots, all with the background of the cozy fireplace. (200 International Dr.; 410-576-5800)

Woodberry Kitchen: Woodberry is already known as one of the top spots for food in Baltimore. Enjoy incredible cuisine, or just some sustainable and crafty cocktails by the fire. (2010 Clipper Park Rd.; 410-464-8000)

Ze Mean Bean Cafe: Who doesn’t love some pierogies or kielbasa and beer by the fire? Check out ZMB for brunch, lunch, or dinner for hearty fare, inventive cocktails, Eastern European beers, or just some honey cinnamon infused vodka in tea by the warmth of the fire. (1739 Fleet St.; 410-675-5999)

Photo via Wharf Rat


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