Not only will patrons get an awesome, old-school tavern experience when they visit Ropewalk Tavern in Baltimore's Federal Hill neighborhood, they'll get a dose of history too.

This historic tavern was established in the pre-prohibition area and sits on one of the oldest streets in Federal Hill.  The building that houses the tavern dates all the way back to 1788.

Today, Ropewalk Tavern exists as a place where Baltimore residents and visitors alike can meet with friends, choose from 155 different draft and bottled beers, dine on delicious tavern fare, and much more.

Ropewalk offers daily specials all throughout the week as well as Happy Hour every day featuring $2 domestic bottles, $2.50 draft beers, $2.50 rail drinks, and $3 microbrews.  Daily specials include half price burgers on Monday nights, $8.99 crab cake sandwich and fries on Wednesdays, 35 cent wings on Tuesdays, and more.  For a full list of specials, visit the 410area Ropewalk Tavern business listing.

When it comes to dining, Ropewalk offers up a variety of hearty, rib sticking tavern fare.  Start off with delicious, unique appetizers including Frito pie with chili and cheddar cheese, cheesesteak dip with golden pita points, and jumbo wings with flavors like Old Bay, Jamaican jerk, sweet Thai chili, classic buffalo, and much more.

Main courses include pit beef sandwiches, a variety of different half-pound burgers, Baltimore mac and cheese with crab meat and creamy Old Bay sauce, and turkey meatloaf with provolone prosiutto, and fresh basil.

If this sounds great you owe it to yourself to head down to Federal Hill and check out Ropewalk Tavern.