Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore

601 E Pratt Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
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Hours of Operation

Restaurant Hours:

Sun - Thu 11:00AM - 10:30PM
Fri & Sat 11:00AM - 11:00PM

Bar Hours:

Sun - Thu 11:00AM - 11:00PM
Fri & Sat 11:00AM - 12:00AM


Sun-Thu - 11:00AM-11:00PM
Fri & Sat 11:00AM-12:00AM

Hard Rock Cafe Baltimore Memorabilia

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Minneapolis-based genius of funk, rock and soul – Prince – wore this amazing custom-tailored outfit onstage.



Colombian megastar Shakira donated the wardrobe from her 2005 world tour to the Hard Rock in exchange for a donation to her “Pies Descalzos” foundation. This charity builds schools in rural areas of Latin America to provide education, nutrition and counseling for underprivileged and displaced youth. Shakira wore this vest on stage and on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

Jack Bruce


Virtuoso bassist Jack Bruce got his start in the London blues scene of the early ‘60s and hit the big time with Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker in Cream. Jack’s incredible instrumental ability and tenor vocal were major parts of what made Cream one of the biggest acts of the ‘60s. He owned this see-through Dan Armstrong bass. It’s made of Lucite and is quite heavy for an instrument of this size.

Jimi Hendrix


This German flask belonged to the late, great Jimi Hendrix. Unfortunately, there was no “magic Hendrixguitar potion” inside when we acquired it. We did look, though.

Keith Moon (The Who)

English Riding Hat

Though he passed away in 1978, the Who’s incendiary drummer Keith Moon is still widely regarded as the heart of the group and one of the most over-the-top rock stars of all time. Keith wore this English riding hat on the cover of Who are You – his final album with the group.

Elton John


This amazing jacket was custom-tailored for Elton John by London boutique ‘Granny Takes a Trip’. This King’s Road clothier was the go-to shop for English rock stars in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s.

Bo Diddley


This crazy contraption was built and played by rock ‘n roll pioneer Bo Diddley. It was formerly a guitar, but the always creative Bo transformed it into a bizarre synth/drum machine.

Jimi Hendrix

Felt Hat

This is one of the earliest pieces of Hendrix wardrobe in Hard Rock’s collection. Jimi wore this hat around ’63 when his career was in its infancy. At the time, he was working as sideman on the notorious“Chitlin’ Circuit” in the American south. Hendrix worked with Little Richard, the Isley Brothers, Wilson Pickett, Sam Cooke and a host of other R&B stars during this period.

James Brown


The one and only ‘Godfather of Soul’ wore this fringed outfit on stage.

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