Loading map...
Loading map...
GUIDE

Dining Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including our annual Best Restaurants list as well as other great places to eat in the Baltimore area.
GUIDE

Dining Guide

A comprehensive resource guide including our annual Best Restaurants list as well as other great places to eat in the Baltimore area.

The Nickel Taphouse

1604 Kelly Ave, Baltimore, MD 21209
(443) 869-6240
City/County | Baltimore City
Neighborhood | Mt. Washington
Cuisine | Bar Fare

Enjoy the upscale pub vibe at this charming neighborhood haunt. Owner Robbin Haas, also the restaurateur behind Birotecca, constructed the menu to mirror eats from his hometown in upstate New York. Sophisticated appetizers and roasted oysters are among favorites, but the hearty burgers and sandwiches, like the famous beef on weck, will have you coming back for more.

Visit Website

Featured Restaurants[+] All Restaurants

Connect With Us

Most Read


Ana Rodney Puts Maternal Health of Black Women at the Forefront: The doula and activist started MOMCares as a way to advocate for black mothers.

Sassanova to Open at Green Spring Station: Local shoe and clothing boutique to open third location

Bryn Mawr Alum Annie Sherman Talks Playing Anna in The King and I: The Rogers & Hammerstein classic comes to the Hippodrome on February 19.

Union Craft and DuClaw to Both Release LGBTQ-Inspired Beers: Divine IPA and Unicorn Farts sour ale will each debut in March.

What to Expect from the Revitalization of Baltimore’s Historic Chinatown: Developers and community leaders plan a modern interpretation of the forgotten district.

Food & Drink

 Atlas Restaurant Group
In Good Taste

Open & Shut: Maximón; 101 Baltimore; El Salto

The latest restaurant openings, closings, and recent news.
 Kate Grewal
Food & Drink

Sacré Sucré Owners Share Love of Bake Shop and Each Other

Desserts are sacred at this haute pastry shop in Fells Point.
 Photography by Joe Portugal
The Chatter

What to Expect from the Revitalization of Baltimore’s Historic Chinatown

Developers and community leaders plan a modern interpretation of the forgotten district.