Walt's Inn

Row 1

3201 Odonnell St (at S East Ave)
Baltimore, MD 21224
(410) 327-1495
Karaoke, Liquor Store
Mon–Sun: 6:00 PM–2:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Probably the worst karaoke to ever happen to life. Don't come here. Ever.
  • They won't let Yankees fans sing karaoke!
  • Heavy pours and Jell-O shots. Plus karaoke?! Heaven.
  • Great karaoke here! Place is small so it gets crowded but if u can handle the tight space and love karaoke then def check this joint out!
  • Not sure if the mic was on but I could barely hear anyone singing all night. Other than that - drinks are served in red solo cups and the jello shots are $2 so we can all pretend we're still in colleg
  • The karoke is fab and the jello shots are strong
  • House rules. Be prepared.
  • Carrot cake shooters!
  • Totally bummed that the Friday night DJ decided to get schwasty and rude. We get that the bar is crowded but you can't start calling regulars "annoying." Not good for business! :(
  • Walt's can be a low key watering hole or a wild and crazy karaoke bar with wall to wall revelers. It all depends on the night!
  • This place is very selective with karaoke which they seem to be popular for. Don't go there!
  • Jello shoots are cheap and packed with alcohol. Karaoke is loud and annoying unless your real drunk.
  • Go to the Walt's to watch some hilarious karaoke and have some yummy jello shots for just $2. They're so good you might just find yourself singing karaoke by the end of the night too!
  • Old female bartender might be the most clueless person I've ever met. Horrible customer service.
  • Baltimore's Best Bars 2013: "The citys best karaoke bar has a supportive clientele and the strongest Jell-O shots in the known universe." http://bsun.md/INzoym
  • This place would be nothing without karaoke and buckets.
  • Come in. Every time is the best time. Get a lot of drinks and sing your heart out
  • Rose is the best bartender. Totally east Baltimore in the best way! Old school Baltimore bar. Well worth a trip.
  • Fun, surprisingly clean. If you really want to sing/perform, come early-- the later it gets, the rowdier the clientele.
  • Rule 4: No Journey before midnight.