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Monday to Friday
11:30 AM – 4:00 PM
11:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Monday to Thursday
4:00 PM – 10:00 PM
4:00 PM – 11:00 PM
3:00 PM – 11:00 PM
2:30 PM – 10:00 PM
10:30 AM – 2:00 PM
Monday to Friday
4:00 PM – 7:00 PM
From Interstate 83:
Take 83 SOUTH to the very end and make a RIGHT onto Lombard Street Once on Lombard Street go six stoplights and make a LEFT onto Light Street At the fourth stop light bear to the LEFT and that will place you on Key Highway. The Maryland Science Center will be on the left Once on Key Highway, make a LEFT at the second stop light into The Rusty Scupper and city owned parking lot.
From Pennsylvania (North of Baltimore):
Take 95 SOUTH through the Fort McHenry Tunnel. Stay in the right hand lane of the tunnel. Take the first exit after the tunnel – exit 55 Key Highway. At the bottom of the ramp, make a RIGHT onto Key Highway. Follow Key Highway for 1.6 miles and the Rusty Scupper and city-owned parking lot will be on your RIGHT. If taking B/W Parkway (295 North), it merges into 95 North six miles south of Baltimore.
From Washington (South of Baltimore):
Take 95 NORTH to exit 55, which is the Key Highway exit (this is the very last exit before the Fort McHenry Tunnel). At the bottom of the ramp there will be a stoplight, Make a LEFT onto Key Highway. Follow Key Highway for 1.4 miles and on the right hand side will be the Rusty Scupper and city-owned parking lot.
To Oriole Park at Camden Yards:
75 North to Ronald Reagan Highway Exit and go East. Take Ronald Reagan to Plainfield Road exit. At red light turn left onto Plainfield Road. Plainfield Road turns into Reed Hartman Highway after third red light. Proceed straight to a fourth red light at intersection of Reed Hartman Road and Cooper Road (Parkers is on your left). Turn left onto Cooper Road, our parking lot enters from Cooper Road.
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If you haven’t dined with us, you haven’t seen Baltimore.
“The Food: outstanding, the Service: superb, the View: beyond compare.”
Phil & Cathy Upton
Located above the Inner Harbor Marina, the Rusty Scupper rises three levels above the water and can boast a beautiful view from every table. This full service, contemporary seafood restaurant and bar serves lunch, dinner, and Sunday Live-Jazz brunch. Located on the Inner Harbor in a dramatic, free-standing building with superb private function spaces, the Rusty Scupper offers exceptional waterfront views.
The Rusty Scupper’s large 270-seat, open dining room, 75-seat bar lounge, and 142-seat upper deck with outdoor patio afford guests dramatic, sweeping views of Harborplace, the Inner Harbor, and Fells Point. Guests can relax and enjoy live piano entertainment, the region’s highest quality fresh seafood, seasonal cuisine, and attentive service at this distinctive waterfront restaurant.