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Power Plant, Baltimore

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  • This is our second trip to the inner harbor , it's usually a cool hang out spot with a couple of nice bars and a club or two. However this particular weekend was like some death metal convention so it...  more »
  • Power plant is right on the Inner Harbor. There is plenty to do and see. It's almost entirely a pedestrian area, so there is no need to worry about crossing streets and dealing with car traffic. There...  more »
  • Baltimore is a fun town to visit. Take a water taxi around the harbor. Many fine attractions historical and nautical.We visited the Aquarium, Ft. McHenry, Fells Point, East Harbor. On previous visits ...  more »
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  • Pretty cool building. The Barnes and Nobles in the center is huge and it was fun to browse both floors and look at the interior architecture. Lots of restaurants and bars up and down the building. We were there during early evening so it was still kinda family friendly with lots of people eating outside. There was music playing outside the different restaurants and bars and we saw bands setting up for the night. Looks like a nice spot for drinks and bar hopping or just hanging out at night.
  • Beautifully historic. Philips on one end, Barnes n Noble with a Starbucks in the center and Hard Rock on the other end. Well preserved. Multiple floors up.
  • Love it... Love the bands they have indoor and outdoor. The whole block is busy and alive on weekends and great to visit on a spring or summer night.
  • Went to a concert at Ram's Head, which was pretty cool, it wasn't too crowded. We then stopped at a bar next door afterwards for drinks because they had a small live band, and that was fun. We got a parking discount in the garage there for going to the concert, so that was nice. ONly bad thing is all of the homeless people there asking for handouts. I feel bad for them, but I was glad I was with my boyfriend, I don't know that I would feel comfortable walking through there that late at night on my own as a female.
  • If you're going on a Saturday night, you're in for a $10 cover at the entrance and then at least a $5 cover if you go to one of the clubs, like Mosaic. The bouncers are unfriendly and the drinks are fairly weak after you're inside at any of the single clubs. It's a mixed crowd, but if you're under 35, you will probably feel at home. I'm honestly never going back. You can have a much better night at Fells or Federal Hill if you like the bar scene and Ottobar if you like dancing.