Ale Mary's

Fleet & Washington Streets
Fells Point
Baltimore, MD 21231

Types: American, Bar Scene, Brunch, Burger, Crab House / Crab-Cakes, Eclectic, Gastro Pub, Lunch, Neighborhood favorite, Outside Seating/Al Fresco
Hours: 4pm -2am Mon-Thurs 11:30am-2am Fri-Sat 10:20am-2am Sun
Phone: (410) 276-2044

le Mary's - Fells Point - Baltimore - Heavenly Ales


Here's a peek at the first and last courses. Yum!
Ale Mary's is my "Cheers". We love the atmosphere, staff, food and cocktails - as a neighborhood pub, the place rocks. That said, Mary took a huge departure this week, indulging both her "passion for layering flavors & creating good food" by designing and hosting a 6 course wine & beer pairing dinner. It was simply amazing and ridiculously affordable at only $65!! For descriptions of the delicious and decadent courses, check out their Facebook page. We can't wait until the next event. In the meantime, stop in and try our favorite, the Drunken Sunday Tots!
*Dueling Game Confit...Rabbit Confit served over wilted Red Swiss Chard finished with a Cognac Plum Reduction AND Duck Confit served inside a Fillo Basket atop Goats Milk Camembert & Sour Cherry Chutney *Sage & Chevre Stuffed California Dates wrapped in delicate Prosciutto served atop toasted Rustic Sour Dough Bread finished with a Sweet Aged Balsamic Syrup & Macerated Kumquats *Butter Poached Lobster with a Creamy Lobster Broth served atop Mascarpone enriched Orzo topped with a Parmesan Crisp
*Grilled Venison Chop served atop a Sweet Potato Corn Cake finished with a Roasted Garlic Gorgonzola Bechamel & thinly sliced Poached Bosc Pears & Fresh Blueberry Puree *Herb Roasted Quail & Bison Wellington served atop Parsnip Puree with Micro Squash & Zucchini Medley finished with a Fresh Tarragon Bearnaise *Petite Staymen Apple Pie topped with Vanilla Bean & Camembert Ice Cream & Fresh Blueberry Puree
Their Krispy Cream bread pudding is out of this world!!
I found this little gem two years ago when I moved to the area. The food is amazing, the Cream of Crab soup is delicious. Did not expect the food to be what it is because it is mainly a bar with a few tables in the back for dinner diners. I highly recommend this restaurant to anyone in the area looking for a low-key bar with amazing, pair priced food.
Their brunch menu is insane! Drunken Sunday Tots, Bananas Foster Stuffed French Toast and the Sinful Muffin of Love are unequivocally the most decadent and delicious brunch entrees I've ever seen. Last week I tried the Veggies Benedict and was in heaven. Poached eggs, roasted tomatoes, steamed green beans and other fresh veggies topped with the perfect Hollandaise. Of course, I had to substitute the home fries for their famous tots. Add a mimosa for only $3 and yum! Oh, and if you like a good Bloody, SF says they are the best in town!