Happy Hour


Happy Hour

50¢ oysters, $2 off draft and bottled beer, $2 off glasses of wine, $2 off specialty cocktails Tuesday through Friday 4-7pm. Oysters vary seasonally.



Mussel monday - $5/lb 4pm-10pm  &  Happy hour 4-7pm



Happy Hour 4PM-7PM AND Pint Night- Enjoy $2 off all draft pints 4PM-2AM.


Happy hour 4PM-7pm and Wine wednesdays- Enjoy Half-priced bottles of wine 4pm-2am.


50¢ oysters 4PM-7PM AND happy hour pricing on drinks all night 4PM-2AM.


Open at 11am for lunch. Happy hour 11am-7pm. 


join us for brunch 11am-3pm. we offer a special brunch menu


join us for Brunch 10am-3pm. we offer a special brunch menu.

Lobster Dinner. We're serving one and a half pound lobster with drawn butter + two sides for $14.95! Every Sunday from 5-9pm. Offerings are limited and we sell out every week - come early!


Ravens Game Day $1 Oysters

We're serving buck-a-shuck ($1) oysters during all Ravens home games. Come watch the game with us!

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'the shell' in the press

In our short time in business, Lee's Pint & Shell has worked hard to provide quality food and drinks to our customers and we humbly appreciate all the notes given to us by the various press organizations.  have a look at what others have to say about lee's.


NOVEMBER 14, 2017 / www.flirt.com / by sandra baker

Check Out These Romantic Restaurants in Baltimore

Whether you are looking to relax with your friend and family, or if you want to make the most of the Baltimore dating scene, Lee's Pint & Shell is a wonderful place where you can dine on seafood, burgers, pizzas, and so much more.  If you're taking a date out on a Sunday night and want to impress, this is a great place to get a lobster dinner at an affordable price. 

Lee's Pint & Shell is also known for hosting lively events such as Shuckin' in the Street Block Party, Sagamore Spirit and Brewer's Art Beer and Cocktail Night.  Be sure to check out their website for upcoming events!














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april 5,  2017 / the Baltimore sun / By wesley case

Lee's Pint & Shell an effective rebrand in Canton

Opened in Canton in 2008, Saute never seemed to truly know itself. The corner establishment served likeable pub fare in a prime location, but the vibe inside felt stuffy and drab. Was it a sit-down restaurant or a casual bar?

As new bars opened around the city in recent years, owner Dave Carey felt the identity crisis growing more pronounced. So last summer, he shut Saute for seven weeks to undergo nearly $200,000 worth of renovations and a rebranding.

feburary 2017 / Baltimore magazine / By jess mayhugh 

A Canton corner spot gets re-branded as a seafood and beer bar

We could all use a makeover every once in a while. That was what Dave Carey thought about Saute after eight years of business in Canton. Located at the corner of Linwood Avenue and Hudson Street, the bar always felt a little stuffy to us—with higher-than-average price points, fancy entrees, and even a name that didn’t feel very Baltimore.

So Carey decided it was time for a change last fall and remodeled the restaurant for six weeks. The result is Lee’s Pint and Shell (2844 Hudson St., 410-327-2883), named after Carey’s late father who was a seafood lover and fisherman. 

NOV 30, 2016 - DINING REVIEW / baltimore sun / suzanne loudermilk

Lee's Pint and Shell, formerly Saute, a refreshing redo in Canton

You could call 2016 the year of rebranding for many Baltimore bars and restaurants, with several places changing names and menus in recent months. Among them is Saute in Canton — now called Lee's Pint and Shell.

The new iteration features a seafood-laden menu and a raw bar. Owner Dave Carey named the restaurant after his father, Lee, a fisherman and seafood lover who died a few years ago.

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Oct 13, 2016 / baltimore sun / wesley case

Formerly Saute, Lee's Pint and Shell opens in Canton

Feeling his bar and restaurant had grown stale, Saute owner Dave Carey closed his Canton establishment at the end of July for a considerable rebranding. On Wednesday — after seven weeks of renovations — the new restaurant, Lee’s Pint and Shell (2844 Hudson St.), opened to the public.