When the Baltimore Sun deems your establishment "far and away one of the best new bars of the year", you've probably gotten off to a good start.  This is the situation Rye now finds itself in.

One of the newest bars in Fell's Point, Rye is the place to go for a crowd of young professionals, an elegantly rustic atmosphere, and a fantastic variety of expertly-crafted cocktails and other drinks.

Rye opened in August and has already attracted a steady stream of regulars looking to get their dine and drink on at this quaint, neighborhood bar in Fell's Point.  If you're looking for a classic cocktail, one that involves more than a tilt of the bottle and splash from the soda gun, Rye is the place to be.

Many of these classic cocktails like Sazeracs and Old Fashioneds are rarities these days and all the more accentuated by the keen, mixology skills of Rye's bartenders.

In addition to its old school cocktail selection, Rye boasts vintage atmosphere to finish off its unique concept.  Housed in a location built in the 1920's, the bar is lined with antiques and vintage items as well as mismatched furniture to accentuate the lazy, kicked back feel of the bar.

While the cocktails shine, Rye's food menu is definitely worth the attention too.  The brainchild of head chef, Ben Polson, the menu comes loaded with a mix of elegant and no-frills fare.  Selections include cheese plates, a Rye dog, poutine (fries with cheese curds and gravy), and a variety late night breakfast items.

If you're looking for a bar and restaurant that strays a little from the norm in Fell's Point, give Rye a try.  Let us know what you think, by giving a rate and review on the Rye 410area.com business listing.