Open Daily 11am to 2am with food served until 1am

Happy Hour Specials (Mon-Fri, 3pm-7pm)

Drink Specials

  • $2.00 Domestic Bottles
    Bottles: Bud Light, Budweiser, Miller Lite, Coors Light, Natty Boh

  • $3 All Draft Beer

  • $4.00 House Wine or Rail Drinks
    Cabernet, Merlot, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, White Zinfandel

Select Appetizers $6 or less (Dine in only)

Daily Food & Drink Specials

  • Sunday +

    $5.00 Bloody Marys and $5.00 Mimosas (11am-4pm) Kids Eat Free** (11am-4pm) $5.00 Fireball Rumple Minze and Bombs (9pm - close)
  • Monday +

    Steak Night, $3 Domestic Drafts & $4 House Wine
  • Tuesday +

    $1.50 Ice Cold Cans (4pm - close) $3 NEW Craft Cans (4pm - close) Burger Night! Half price burgers (4pm-11pm)
  • Wednesday +

    ALL DAY HAPPY HOUR!!!! $2 domestic drafts, $3 ALL drafts, $4 house wine & rails ALL DAY!!! Select apps on special from 11am - 11pm
  • Thursday +

    Pizza Night! Thirsty Thursday! $3.00 domestic bottles, $3 rail drinks, $3 house wine (9pm - close) DJ starting at 10pm
  • Friday +

    $5.00 Crushes and Bombs (7pm-9pm) $3.00 Bud Light Aluminum Bottles (9pm - close)
  • Saturday +

    $5.00 bloody Marys and $5.00 mimosas (11am-4pm) $5.00 Fireball & Jameson (9pm - close)
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Founded by Joe Della Rose in 1944, a small tavern at the corner of Ashland and Glover in east Baltimore was the place to be. Whether it was stopping in to grab an overstuffed sandwich, or swinging by after a hard day of work to grab a cold draft, the place was always buzzing with lively conversation and good cheer.

It wasn't long before that small tavern earned a reputation for having good food. Joe's mother, Carmella, was busy cooking away in the small kitchen above the bar. Not only did she make a great spaghetti sauce, she was one of the first people to introduce pizza to the Baltimore marketplace.

In 1961, Joe and his wife Josie, brought the same tradition to their Belair Road location. The Overlea community, in the early sixties, called for a restaurant and Joe and Josie met the challenge. Josie added her now famous sour beef and dumplings along with some seafood specialties.

In 1998, the Della Rose family turned another chapter in their history by moving their family business to THE AVENUE at White Marsh. As is tradition, Della Rose’s Avenue Tavern is the place to be. Stop by for dinner or just a drink at the bar…join the conversation and enjoy the good cheer!

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