Our cab driver had no idea where the place was but so glad we persisted and found it! I would venture a guess and say cab drivers will soon learn to find this as word gets out. We didn't realize it was only open a month. We walked in and, as the other reviewer said, it was quite noisy. We weren't greeted at the door and didn't realize at first there was an upstairs so we almost left. This was the only slight negative. I would recommend the restaurant either post a hostess at the door or better signage indicating the dining room is upstairs. So we venture upstairs and are told to sit wherever we would like. We sat at one of the only tables with a view of Thames Street. There were a couple of larger parties upstairs and it can be noisy even upstairs depending what other diners are there. It didn't bother us a bit but just don't expect a quiet intimate environment. It is definitely a casual sports bar type environment with large screen LCD TV on the wall with a game playing.
Now to the best part - the food and service! I had the lobster wedge salad and crab and lobster risotto. Both were amazing! The salad was probably meant to be an entree salad and I could have just had that but I really wanted to try the risotto too and was glad I did. Huge chunks of lobster claw meat on both my salad and the risotto!! My coworker had shrimp ceviche and the skillet crab cake and raved about both of those as well. We shared the orange creme brulee for dessert which was very good as well.
The service was very good and our waitress was very friendly and attentive. I will definitely visit again next time I'm in Fell's Point.
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