Club Scene

Club Scene

Longtime stalwart No Way Jose had been pouring Natural Light (and many other varieties of beer) on Cross Street for more than a few years.  Part of the large collection of bars on Cross Street in the Federal Hill neighborhood, the space has been given a refresh, and now has a new look, a new name, and a new menu.

Welcome to One Star Country Club.

Inside, the layout of the bar area is the same, but brighter colors abound, a glass garage-style door now opens up to the sidewalk outside, and a series of TV screens line the back bar overhead.

In the rear dining room, a staircase has been relocated to the rear corner, opening up the space a bit. The stairs lead up to another small dining room on the second level.

The décor consists of vintage sporting equipment displayed on the walls throughout-tennis racquets, hockey sticks, golf clubs, fishing rods, and the like.

To go along with the gaming spirit, there are some fun, old-school games available at the end of the bar: Trivial Pursuit cards, Cards Against Humanity, and Rockem’ Sockem’ Robots.

{One Star Country Club, 38 E. Cross Street, Federal Hill}

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.