Inner Harbor / Downtown, Baltimore
This is a shopping area with all kinds of bars and restaurants - so you can take your pick where you want to eat or drink. Capitol City Brewpub had a great selection of brews. Planet Hollywood was really fun. Make sure to get some hand-cut fries with malt vinegar - I can't remember where I got them, but they were so good!
Dress Code: Casual
Okay, not exactly a wild nightlife place, but the ESPN Zone is one of a growing chain of restaurants by the American cable TV sports network, ESPN. The food is good, there are plenty of sports-related games to play and the network broadcasts from here frequently, so you might meet a celebrity or two.
The Power Plant is just what it says it is. It's a converted power plant that been changed into a dining/nightlife destination.
The only time I've ever been in here, is before or after a Baseball game at Camden Yards, which is located just across the street.
Good Party attitude here.
Great ladies night, and occasional 'foam parties'... this is the wild place downtown.... The things I've seen here......
Free entertainment in Baltimore, just relax as you walk around the promenade enjoying live music every Friday, Saturday and Sunday evening during the summer.
And all for FREE!
Dress Code: No dress code.