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Typical tavern fare including multiple chicken wing recipes, burgers, and sandwiches. DJs late Wednesdays through Saturdays, and a couple of television sets for sports viewing.
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.
Gastropub housed in the lavish former bank across from the Hippodrome.
Locally owned and operated restaurant famous for its slow-cooked, lean and tender ribs and brews.
Happy Hour is 4-7 p.m. Mondays through Fridays.
A Patterson Park neighborhood joint with a creative take on pub grub, a serious wine list, and a changing group of beers on tap. Dinner daily, lunch served on Saturday, and brunch on Sunday.
Café Hon is all about home cooking done right. We are predisposed to adore any restaurant whose menu standouts are unglamorous foods such as chili cheese fries (drowning in meaty, spicy chili and tons of gloriously gooey cheese over hand-cut, perfectly fried potatoes) and succulent, silky, unabashedly homely bread pudding. But then every menu item lives up to expectations: Hamburgers are fresh beef, cooked right; blue plate specials like meat loaf truly are, as named, “better than mom's”, and the hearty breakfasts are worth waking up for.
This neighbor pub/sports bar offers a nice sized food menu of seafood and traditional pub grub along with sports memorabilia covering the walls.
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.
DJs or live blues, along with classic and modern rock most week-end nights.
It's a college bar. No, it's a sports bar. No, it's a cop bar. No, it's a neighborhood bar. Different folks see CVP differently, but its pub-grub fare suits them all. Burgers and fries, chili in a bread bowl, an array of cheekily named club sandwiches, ribs, wings, nachos, hearty salads, and more fill out a menu that has changed over the years about as much as table salt. And that's a good thing.
"Casual Neighborhood Tavern featuring a comfortable bar and dining area with 16 TVs and a fresh pub menu. Build your Own Bloody Mary Bar and Sunday Brunch. A Haven for Penn State football fans and local sports leagues."
"A casual tavern atmosphere downstairs, quieter non-smoking dining room upstairs. Clayton's features an American cuisine with a regional emphasis. Located in Historic Federal Hill, Clayton's features 15 eclectic drafts, wines by the glass and bottle and a full line of spirits, all designed to compliment the chef's menu. Daily features from the kitchen and nightly specials at the bar make Clayton's a geat destination!"
"Club 4100 has a family-friendly atmosphere. Great food, with daily specials and friendly staff. It was the popular hang out for football great "John Unitas". His story in pictures and articles adorn the walls. His hand print in cement is a permanant reminder of yesteryear. Club 4100 is a cozy bar/resturant in the middle of Brooklyn."
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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.
501 N. Calvert St.
Baltimore, MD 21278
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