Historic Ellicott City’s Main Street offers an eclectic mix of unique restaurants and quirky shops. Come for a stroll and explore all that Main Street has to offer!
A family-run cafe featuring in-house roasted coffee, tea, smoothies, bagels, pastries and delicious desserts.
Judge’s Bench Pub
With 17 rotating taps of craft beer, even more craft beer bottles and nearly 240 whiskies, you’ll never have to try the same thing twice here.
An old fashioned pub with large picture windows overlooking the heart of the town, Phoenix Emporium has over 160 bottled microbrews and imported beers from all around the world.
Pure Wine Cafe
Pure Wine Cafe serves small plates of fresh, locally sourced ingredients paired with a wine list that represents a wide variety of styles with a focus on gems from unlikely places.
All Time Toys
Children and toy collectors of all ages will love to explore the vintage and modern toys, including Lego, Star Wars and Marvel.
An antiques and collectibles mall with over 80 dealers, Antique Depot has four floors of antiques and collectibles to explore.
Forget Me Not Factory
This shop’s three floors are filled with whimsical gifts, handmade items and fantasy-related items. If the weather is nice, stop by on the weekend to visit Barry the Bubbleman of Ellicott City!
Sweet Elizabeth Jane
Sweet Elizabeth Jane is a vintage-inspired lifestyle store with clothing, accessories, gifts and home décor.
The first Friday of each month, shops will stay open until 9pm or later with specials, sidewalk sales and late night dining. Live music is featured from 5-8 p.m. in front of the B&O Railroad. And bring your dog along to a wine tasting at Yappy Hour at The Wine Bin!
Girl’s Night Out
The third Thursday of each month, grab a group of girls and head out to Main Street for treats and discounts. Start at The Wine Bin for a goodie bag and then head to the participating businesses with a pink flag out front. Learn more here.
Main Street Music Festival
Maryland’s first unsigned emerging artist music festival, this event features food and drink, family activities such as crafts, storytellers and games like cornhole and football toss, and is free to the public.
Last year’s festival, in its fourth year, had over 5,000 applications, so expect this year’s festival on Saturday, September 26th to be bigger than ever. Get more info here.
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