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The only thing we overlook is the harbor.

Located in historic Fell’s Point, a waterfront community.

Band Schedule…

Located in Historic Fells Point



Open 7 days a week, 365 days a year. 32 draughts and bartenders who are experts that can mix up anything your heart desires!

A Baltimore Icon Since 1975

Baltimore’s favorite meeting place for blues attracts locals and friends from all over the world!

Band Performance Schedule

The best live music in Baltimore is offered every evening from 9:30pm until 1:30am. Every Friday from 5pm until 8pm. Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 4pm until 8pm.

Friday, March 23 – Girl Band & Nothin’ But Trouble

Girl Band takes the stage from 5-8pm! Fell’s Point veterans Sabrina Scarborough and Jess McQuay team up to offer soaring vocals, tight grooves and a song list that favors classic and alternative rock, including their favorite female rock icons. This is Girl Band after all!
Nothin’ But Trouble a guitar driven original blues band from Delaware bring their Blues & Americana style to our stage beginning at 9:30pm! This, “four piece regional touring band is one of the Blues favorites! They rock, literally!  It’s powerful Blues and Rock & Roll style that will have you dancing and singing to all great tunes!”
We are very proud of the accolades we have received through the years! Thank you to our wonderful customers, friends, talented musicians and family who have and continue to support the Cat’s Eye Pub!!
Baltimore is best known for its affinity for classical musical and musical theatre.  It’s also the birthplace of legendary guitarist Frank Zappa.
Cat’s Eye Pub
You’ll find Cat’s Eye Pub in Baltimore’s historic Fell’s Point.  The venue is opened seven days a week and presents patrons with the “best live music in Baltimore.”  That includes blues and other types of tunes.  Cat’s Eye Pub’s bartenders can serve you one of their 32 draughts or anything else you want.

 Back Stage Pass: 
Cat’s Eye Pub throws a huge party every St. Patrick’s Day.  In 2017, Dogs Among the Bushes played authentic Irish tunes all day and well into the night.