- Payment method:
- discover, amex
- Northern Baltimore, Charles Village
- Night Clubs, Bars, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Alcohol: Full Bar
Outdoor Seating: No
Price Range : Below Average
Posted: 4/19/2010Provided by Citysearch -
We were visiting Baltimore and my two sons wanted to go to this bar to see a band they were familiar with (Past Lives/Thermals) We had a great time. Once inside it was great. Drinks for dad not too expensive and I felt safe and we enjoyed a couple hours listening to music (I got a seat on the balcony overlooking stage where sound was not so overwhelming). So many different people and I actually saw 5 or 6 people close to my age. I don't know exactly what neighborhood we were in but Johns Hopkins U was a couple blocks away as I was informed by 3 students from JHU.
a fantastic venue in Baltimore city, of course, located on N Howard St, great shows of all kinds, indie, pop punk, hardcore, metalcore, death metal, and ocassionally some black metal, but all kinds of music passes through the Ottobar, so you'll definitely find something you enjoy
Posted: 11/6/2006Provided by Citysearch -
The Ottobar is my favorite place in Baltimore to see live music. Not to big, not to small, short or tall you can see from anywhere in the venue. A great place to see all the happening acts before they get ""too big"". Ottobar also brings some great bands into town that may otherwise just pass us by. Centrally located on Howard St, I am always happy to see a band is listed to play Ottobar and not one the ""bigger"" venues downtown, where parking is harder and admission is usually much higher. I hope Ottobar stays around for a long time.
Posted: 8/9/2002Provided by Citysearch -
Well, the title says it...the Ottobar moved a few months back and it's no longer a 'dark-alley bar'. It's much bigger and nicer than the old Ottobar, but still cheap and great for live music! Also, the monthly Brit-pop dance night is a can't miss!