We came here because we wanted to eat somewhere close to the stadium before a Saturday night Ravens game and try a new place we had never been to. Hull Street did not disappoint! The parking is mainly on the street but there were still...More
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Located in the Locust Point neighborhood of South Baltimore. We went to lunch at this quaint pub after a visit to nearby Fort McHenry. Great food, good service.
Folks visiting Ft. McHenry National Monument in Baltimore frequently want to know where is a good place to go to eat afterwards. The place I recommend is Hull Street Blues Café, not more than a mile away. I have had an excellent crab cake sandwich...More
This restaurant is in a residential neighborhood, tucked away from the tourist crowds. It a small cozy place. The staff were attentive and very friendly. The food was excellent. We would definitely return.
Stopped in on a Saturday night, wonderful warm atmosphere. Good selection of beer on tap. Dinner was amazing, I had some of the best diver sea scallops I've ever had! I sampled some of the steak as well and it was done just right with...More
I have been going here for years, the food is usually pretty good. I like the atmosphere in the main dining room; there is a fire place white tablecloths etc. They have good specials; steaks and pork roast is excellent.
I met some girlfriends for brunch here and wow! What an awesome place! Atmosphere: casual and homey. Food: delicious and made from scratch from family recipes. Service: welcoming and friendly. Before you know it, you're on first name basis with the owner and the bartenders...More
We were out on our bikes and came across this restaurant so we stopped in and had a great lunch. I had the top round beef sandwich with au jus. Very good. My wife had the crab hash which she loved. I had an apple...More
Hull Street Blues Cafe is a great place, plain and simple. Down home, down to earth people in a charming cafe. They hold true to Sunday brunch--a flat price for all you can eat of their brunch buffet. None of this a-la-carte business, which to...More
First off, this is not a blues bar as the name may imply. The bartender and locals were very friendly to this out of towner. Great food and many types of beer to choose from