Max's offers a huge beer selection, multiple floors of fun with foosball tables, pool tables, and loads of television screens showing sports. In addition, Max's has martini and cigar menus along with a regular tavern food menu.
On Friday, wake up early, call out sick, bundle up, chow down a big, greasy breakfast at Jimmy’s, and get in line in front of Max’s for their ninth annual Belgian Beer Fest. The suds-slinging vets there will be pouring over 200 Belgian offerings on draft, with over 200 Belgian bottles—in case you grow weary of yet another variety of Hof ten Dormaal or De Struise. We boozehounds at Baltimore’s Most Hungover Weekly recommend sticking to taster-sized pours ($3.50 per 5-oz. pop) to sample the sours, dubbels, tripels, krieks, Christmas and barrel-aged biers with the least repercussions. Stretch your “flu” through to Monday and quaff some American sours at Max’s first Funk Fest, which promises yeasty brews from Allagash, the Bruery, New Belgium, and more. (Jenn Ladd)
Baltimore City Paper, 501 N. Calvert Street, P.O. Box 1377, Baltimore, MD 21278
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