The Building that houses The Waterfront Hotel was built as a private residence in 1771. It is the second oldest brick building in the city of Baltimore. Converted into a hotel and tavern in 1861, it was most likely used to house troops during the Civil War. After the war, it became a welcome place of rest for weary sailors. It remained a hotel until 1955, when it was converted into a restaurant. The Waterfront earned a reputation as the place to go for great food and lively conversation. More recently, the Waterfront was used as the set for the bar scenes in the television series, “Homicide: Life on the Street.” The second floor dining room, offers a great view of the harbor, an updated yet traditional atmosphere, working fireplace and, of course, our excellent food in a non-smoking environment. Our lounge, also on the second floor, is a warm and welcoming enivronment great for meeting up before or after the evening's festivities. You can relax on one of the many soft leather couches or chairs and crack open a board game, or pull up to the full-size bar for a rowdy good time.
EventsThe dining room and lounge are not only great places for a meal with friends and family, but also ideal for your next private party, rehearsal dinner, corporate function, etc.
Contact our Event Planner to book either for your next engagement - 410.537.5055 or email@example.com
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