Best Hookah Bars In Baltimore

Best Hookah Bars In Baltimore
What is a hookah? Invented by the Turks over 500 years ago, a hookah is a water pipe that contains a mixture of fruit molasses and a small amount of tobacco. The mixture is heated in the hookah to create a vapor that is inhaled. To experience the hookah sensation, visit any of these spots throughout Baltimore.

Zeeba Lounge
916 Light St.
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 539-7900

Located in the heart of Federal Hill, the Zeeba Lounge is the home of Mediterranean tapas and desserts. Zeeba Lounge is open Wednesday and Thursday from 6 p.m. to midnight, Friday and Saturday from 6 p.m. to 4 a.m. and Sunday from 6 p.m. to midnight. Zeeba Lounge was recognized as one of the “best kept secrets” by Baltimore Magazine. Come for live belly dancing performances every Friday and Saturday starting at 10 p.m. Traditional Mediterranean dishes include hummus, a chickpea dip; dolma, stuffed grape leaves; saffrron-infused shrimp; and kabobe-e-jujeh, grilled chicken breast served with pomegranate and walnut sauce.

Little Morocco Cafe
3314 Eastern Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21224
(410) 675-8400

Little Morocco Cafe has several daily specials that you can sample any day of the week. Try traditional Moroccan dishes, such as harira soup, hummus and chicken kebabs. Guests can choose from the following types of kebab dishes: chicken, Kofta, lamb, liver and heart, and the mixed platter. Little Morocco Cafe offers a selection of curry dishes from chicken tikka marala to spicy chicken curry to chana masala. Enjoy your meal first and then finish it off with some hookah with friends.

(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Bosphorus Mediterranean Bistro
5716 York Road
Baltimore, MD 21212
(410) 323-0300

Bosphorus Mediterranean Bistro offers two types of hookah — Pineapple Head made with fresh and dried fruits and Hookah Regular made with selected premium flavors, such as mint, peach, fruit cocktail and apple. Open seven days a week, the Bosphorus Mediterranean Bistro serves traditional family recipes cooked in a modern way. The owners’ intention is “to cook elegant, rustic, clean, honest food that flicks your senses from classic Middle Eastern flavors to new.”

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(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

316 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 528-1222

offers Baltimore’s “premiere belly dancing shows that excite all the senses.” There are two shows every Friday night starting at 9 p.m., and Saturday at 10 p.m. Enjoy these shows while smoking some of the best flavored hookah in town. Cazbar offers a Cold Meze menu of salads and cold appetizers and a Hot Meze menu of hot appetizers and entrees. Authentic dishes include baba ghanoush, an eggplant puree with olive oil and tahini; lamb pirzola meze, hand-trimmed lamb chops marinated in fresh oregano, Turkish paprika and isot; and manti, handmade dumplings filled with beef and topped with yogurt and garlic butter.

 (Photo credit: JOSEPH BARRAK/AFP/Getty Images)

(Photo credit: JOSEPH BARRAK/AFP/Getty Images)

Midnight Kings Hookah Lounge
1724 Woodlawn Drive, Suite 15
Woodlawn, MD 21207
(410) 925-3829

The Midnight Kings Hookah Lounge is open Sunday through Saturday from 7 p.m. to midnight. Midnight Kings Hookah Lounge offers Al-Kakher tobacco flavors, including grape mint, lemon mint, orange, guava, grape, sweet melon, bubble gum, mango, kiwi, berry, cocktail and many more. For the Starbuzz Double Hose, the Midnight Kings Hookah Lounge offers the following flavors: strawberry margarita, blue mist, white peach, pina colada, apple martini, chocolate mint and wild berry mint. Sunday through Thursday specials include $5 ice hoses, $5 fruit juice base, $10 refills and $5 MK mixes. Come to Midnight Kings Hookah Lounge Friday and Saturday for Hip Hop/Rap/Reggae/EDM Night from 7 p.m. to midnight.

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Jill Berry @MusingsfromMe is a writer who stays at home or a SAHM who writesit depends on the day and her mood. While playing a writer on the internet, Jill has the gray hair AND blogposts from raising a kid, a preteen, and a teen. When not blogging at Musings from Me, Jill seizes family time whenever she candinner as a family, movie night, marathon family game sessions, travelingyou name it she wants to do it.

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