The Owl Bar

1 East Chase Street BaltimoreMD21202
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At the 13th Floor, we satisfy your senses. Every guest is a VIP who experiences a consistent level of service that is engaging and authentic. Superior dinners, small plates and premium cocktails, an unprecedented view, plush surroundings and live jazz music complete the scene without overwhelming the space; it’s all here waiting for your arrival. Lucky You.

Located within the historic...
by opentable on July 09, 2015 from opentable


Weekends, plan on shelling out some money for a parking garage. The street parking on Friday and Saturday nights is hard to find.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch
When to Go:
Happy hour takes place from 5pm to 9pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
by Citysearch on April 21, 2009 from Citysearch

Editorial Reviews

The fabled owls still sit high atop the brass-railed bar in one of Baltimore's most famous watering holes. Supposedly, if you see their eyes blinking, you've imbibed more than enough. Order that yard of beer, and it's likely you'll live…
by Citysearch on August 09, 2012 from Citysearch
If you dig the Belvedere but that whole 13th floor thing has you all weirded out, try the Owl bar. Some things can't be faked like the authentic charm from this former prohibition era speakeasy. It's easy to imagine skulking into the Owl bar under the cloak of darkness imbibing bathtub gin and dancing the Charleston with some young flapper. Today the gin may be Tanqueray but the good times are...
by blackbookmag on September 15, 2011 from blackbookmag
Housed in the wedding-cake-fancy Belvedere Hotel, the Owl Bar exudes a long-ago charm with its brass-rail bar, paneled walls, and leather furnishings. Yet it's a more casual place than all that suggests, especially as the older diners give way to a younger crowd around 9pm. The menu includes brick-oven pizza, salads, a famous French onion soup, crab and meat dishes, and a raw bar. Sunday brunch...
by frommers on June 03, 2007 from frommers
With kings, presidents and other luminaries as past patrons, The Belvedere's landmark watering hole provides a history of good company.:
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A laid-back counterpart to the trendy 13th-floor nightclub upstairs, the bar has served Baltimorians since the early 1900s. Brick-patterned walls, tables and dark wood and brass...
by by Contributor at Citysearch on August 09, 2006 from Citysearch

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Located in the historic Belvedere and once an infamous speakeasy during Prohibition, today the Owl Bar serves up delicious food and drink menus 7 days a week.
by foursquare on October 16, 2016 from foursquare