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This small Locust Point neighborhood spot serves pubby standards with a few beachy twists (jerk chicken salad) and some serious local floavors (coddies).
Two different dining rooms housed in a boat structured building offer an eclectic variety of food. One space features a diner atmosphere while the other requires appropriate dress and the menu items are more pricey.
Captain Larry's serves up their famous Crab cakes, fish sandwiches, conch fritters, burgers, tacos, and other pub fare at reasonable prices making this cash-only joint with a nautical theme a must-stop along Fort Avenue. The daily specials--like a pound of shrimp and a pitcher of domestic beer for $13 on Thursdays--are even easier on the wallet.
This neighborhood pub serves juicy hamburgers, various apps, cold and hot sandwiches and subs, hot platters of meat served with fries, wings, chili, and salads.
Staple beers with names like Misfit Red (an amber ale) and Venom (an American-style pale ale) are the come-on for this local success story, but the hearty pub grub (ribs, chili in a bread bowl, crabcakes, etc.) is a cut above the norm.
Locations in Arundel Mills, Bel Air, Bowie Town Center and Fells Point.
Restaurant and bar which specializes in fresh seafood. Happy hour Mon-Fri 11am-6pm. Lunch specials daily.
Outdoor seating available. Fine dining at an affordable price in a relaxed atmosphere. Dance floor with DJ on Friday and Saturdays!
The handsome home of the self-proclaimed world's first Grand Marnier club, this unpretentious Fells Point bar has made itself indispensable by the sheer efforts of its friendly owner and staff, who give personal attention to all comers. The front bar is always crowded with locals, and the hidden back porch attracts large groups of merry friends. The pub grub is pretty swell, too, with an emphasis on home cooking. The meat-loaf dinner and the shepherd's pie are standouts. Club members keep their eyes on the daily specials and pour in for Monday's steak night. The ever-present pooch is Duke, and One-Eyed Mike's truly does pour more Grand Marnier than any other bar around. Downsides: the scant parking, and it's closed on Sunday.
"When it is time to satisfy your appetite, there is only one place to go in Towson, Maryland – Sheraton Baltimore North Hotel’s very own Rain 903 All American Fair. With something to please every taste for breakfast, lunch and dinner, Rain 903 is the perfect place to begin your day or settle down for the evening. If you are looking for a lighter dining experience, step on up to Rain 903 Lobby Bar. Or perhaps gather with friends or business associates over a refreshing cocktail and additional light fare in the relaxing atmosphere of Rain 903."
"Crosby Healy, the owner of the new Irish pub called The Life of Reilly, was living in Miami when he purchased the location on eBay. He's never owned a restaurant before, yet there's nothing amateurish about his first attempt. In fact, Healy has captured the qualities of Baltimore's very best neighborhood gathering spots -- the inviting interior with warm wood floors and exposed brick walls, the unbelievably good service and the effortlessly delicious food. Order Carry Out online from our website!"
We all know the beers, sometimes to our public embarrassment. But the food at Brewer's may be the real prize, a mix of seriously gussied-up pub grub (those rosemary garlic fries) and dinners that make you feel all slick just saying the names. (Ballantine of Poussin rolls off the tongue.) The ingredients are fresh, the cuts of meat are carefully handled, the presentations are creative, and the end results are rich. After years of diner counters and pizza joints, the warm, grown-up dining room is like trading sleeping on the couch for 400-thread-count sheets.
"The Diamondback Tavern is a Maryland-style tavern with two distinct non-pretentious themes: Downstairs features a casual setting with a bar and dining room where guests can enjoy a relaxed atmosphere and reasonably priced tavern fare that features the freshest local ingredients. Here, guests are encouraged to sit back and sip their favorite martini, a glass of wine from our well-rounded selection, or one of our specialty cocktails. Our upstairs theme is a sports bar where patrons can enjoy a cold beer or mixed cocktail, and watch sporting events on one of our many plasma TVs. The Diamondback Tavern was built on the premise that you should be able to enjoy a delicious meal at your favorite local tavern."
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Compass Rose Theater presents Shakespeare's classic play about two star-crossed lovers caught between a feuding families.
Breakfast and pictures with the Easter Bunny, followed by crafts and animals.
Brewmore Baltimore, a documentary focusing on the history of beer brewing in the Baltimore region, will be screened for a public viewing at the Heavy Seas Brewery. The film is directed by Nick Kovaci and features local authors Maureen O’Prey and Rob Kasper. Of course, guests will be provided beer in honor of the documentary.
Brooks Tegler sings the music of Cole Porter and translates the compositions of George Gerswin to voice.
Rams Head presents folk-rock duo the Indigo Girls playing at the Maryland Hall.
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