Admiral Fell Inn
Shipbuilding and fishing largely shaped the village of Fells Point, dating back to its roots when William Fell established the wharf in 1726. Although fabled spots can be encountered on the many neighborhood walking tours or even by embarking on a private stroll around the harbor, the village also has plenty to offer laid-back revelers in the form of eclectic shops and cozy taverns. The harbor began to transform in the 1970s from a burgeoning seaport into Baltimore's cultural center with a bevy of galleries, shops, street performers, and harbor cruises, from which skyline views afford a glimpse of the city's plentiful churches and monuments. Blocks away from Baltimore's Inner Harbor, bright lights emanate from the Power Plant Live compound, which sports popular lounges and piano bars. Fresh seafood from the Chesapeake Bay is always on hand at a variety of upscale and quick-eats restaurants, or by simply snatching a striped bass right out of a passing baby's hands.
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