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Gastropub dedicated to varieties of burger--Roseda beef, turkey, veggie--with a wealth of interesting approaches and toppings.
You can get tater tots as an appetizer or alongside any of the well-crafted sandwiches in various states of loaded-ness. The menu ranges from bar food to standards to more ambitious entrees.
There's been an upscale revamping and the pizzas have been gussied up. The immense burgers, though, are still here.
Great drink prices with a no frills look, attitude, pool table and great people.
A bar submerged in traditional Latino culture is a great place to end your night after dining at any one of Fells Point's Mexican restaurants. Cash only.
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 Fells Point legend features live music nightly including American roots music, blues, and jazz.
A neighborhood honky tonk with a blues jam Sunday, Monday, and Wednesday nights, and live music all week long. $1.35 bud drafts 3-7 p.m. Monday-Friday.
The Zodiac restaurant next door may have closed, but the kitchen has re-opened, and Club Charles is serving up pretty much the same menu.
Wednesdays are Ladies' Nights, with two drinks for the price of one and 1/2 price burgers.
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.
On festive nights this Harford Road pub can turn into its own kinda DJ-and-projection-TV hell, but the rest of the time it's a fab away-from-the-norm place to grab a bite and a brew. The menu boasts the usual pub-grub appetizers, but Dead Freddies' winners are its grilled burgers and chicken sandwiches (try the wing-sauce and blue-cheese topped Buffalo), the sort of shrimp salad sandwich you usually only find at old-school delis, and pub fries options that include the melted cheese, bacon, and ranch Sinfully Delicious Freddie Fries that could only be improved upon if each individual fry were wrapped in a bacon strip, the perfect vehicle for an early-coronary ranch-dunking.
Assortment of American and Italian cuisine.
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