Abbey Burger Bistro is located in the heart of Baltimore's Federal Hill neighborhood. Tucked away at 1041 Marshall St (off Cross St, directly across from the market), the Abbey offers an enticing selection of flavors for any burger palate. From locally raised Roseda beef for the purist, to venison, duck, alligator, or more for the adventurous type, the Abbey has something for everyone. If you're feeling creative, you can build your own, or simply choose one of the tested and proven classics and leave it to the chef. The Abbey also features a wide selection of local, domestic, and imported beers and microbrews, as well as an expansive bar. The Abbey is also a destination for sports fans. With twelve screens spread across two floors of bars, there is plenty of seating on game day.
After the baseball game, we were hungry and walked about a mile over from the stadium to the Federal Hill area. Lined with restaurants and bars, we found the Abbey tucked away in an alley. We were seated in the upper level, that was dim with a small bar area and walls lined with flat screen TVs. The server/bartender immediately pointed out the "day's specials" marked on the chalkboard, which listed wild boar and duck burgers. He also explained we could order off the menu or build-you-own burger using the paper and pencil provided.