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Looking for good night life spots on the bay

I have vacationed down to the bay many times, but havent really looked into the night life end of things yet. I'm looking for some good resturaunts, bars, clubs, etc that either have docking at or near the establishment. Looking for places from Baltimore to Annapolis

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Fells Point...got all your requirements
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Baltimore (Fell's Point) for sure. Add Kent Narrows with Red Eye's Dock Bar (bikini contests on weekends) as well as Rock Hall. Rock Hall has a couple of bars that have live music on weekends. Just let your ears lead you to them.
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Don't forget Annapolis! We've got like 50 bars and sushi joints within a 5-minute stumble from the dinghy dock. It's not huge clubs like big cities, but Pusser's, Fed house, Acme, Dock Street, and McGarvey's are all downtown, the scenery's good, the bands are great, and the party rocks on weekends
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thanks for the info everyone, I'm deff going to look into them
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Tiki Bar at Solomon's.
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Rock Hall - Dinghy landing ?

Rock Hall can be fun... typically do a marina and take the trolley around to the various restaurants/bars. This time we want to anchor up Swan Creek and dinghy in..... any recommendations on where to tie up ?

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There's a public beach off Rock Hall, bay side, before you go around the point to enter Rockhall harbor. It's a bit of a walk into town though?
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The public beach is a little far. Well, actually, the dinghy ride into RH harbor from Swan Crk is a little long by my standards....but maybe not for you. The Harbor Shack and Waterman's are the two most likely places you'll end up, both should be able to accomodate your dinghy for a short stay.
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i second fells point, heck i was sitting on my boat tonight listening to the music from cats eye pub. free docking but no power, water or bathrooms

if you come down pm me we will have a beer
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