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Fells Point: The Point

On a lazy Sunday morning, my roommate and I decided to head over to Fells Point for Brunch and check out the antique market. My roommate was craving something on the lunch side, and I was craving something a little more brunch-y so The Point in Fells was the perfect spot for us.

The Point In Fells

The Point In Fells

The weather was beautiful so we opted to sit outside. We had a wonderful view of the harbor as we enjoyed our meals. My roommate and I decided to start with the Bread & Dips. It came with four mini french baguettes, and garlic confit, compound butter, balsamic & olive oil to dip. The bread was served warm and all of the dips were bursting with flavor.

Bread & Dips

Bread & Dips

My friend ordered the Tuna Salad Stuffed Pita. The pita is overstuffed with tuna that has a little bit of a southwestern kick. It was a huge portion but wonderful and bursting with flavor in every bite.

Tuna Salad Stuffed Pita

Tuna Salad Stuffed Pita

The stuffed pita came with a side of Tater Tots. They were crispy on the outside and moist on the inside. Just how a tater tot should be.

Tater Tots

Tater Tots

For my meal, I ordered the Baked Egg Skillet. It was a skillet with hash browns, mozzarella cheese and bacon topped with a fried egg. The egg was cooked perfectly and the yolk was nice and runny while the bacon was super crispy as it should be.

Baked Egg Skillet

Baked Egg Skillet

We both really loved our meals and the view was perfect.For a great brunch spot in Fells Point, consider The Point in Fells. Their dinner menu looks awesome as well and I can’t wait to try it there for another meal.

The Point in Fells  is located at 1738 Thames Street in Fells Point.

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