By Effie Orfanides

Looking for something to liven up your night out? Try some of Baltimore’s best cocktails! There are a bevy of bars and gastropubs ready to show off their signature drinks. It’s time to find your new favorite. Check out some of these bars below to try some of the tastiest cocktails in the city.

Thoroughbred Of Sin At Bar Liquorice
801 E. Fort Ave.
Baltimore, MD 21230
(443) 708-1675

Head to this bold cocktail lounge to sample some of the finest drinks in Baltimore. You will be greeted with bottomless rosemary popcorn to munch on as your browse their menu to choose a beverage to begin your night. One of our faves? The Thoroughbred Of Sin. Made with Crater Lakes pepper-Infused vodka, Goslings ginger beer, and fresh lime juice, this is a spicy twist on a Moscow Mule.

Blueberry Pisco Sour At Thames Street Oyster House
1728 Thames St.
Baltimore, MD 21231
(443) 449-7726

Thames Street Oyster House is a favorite place to nosh for many Baltimore residents. Located in Fells Point, the eatery is known for their fresh seafood, but they also have a few delicious signature cocktails on their menu. Try the Blueberry Pisco Sour made with Barsol Pisco, fresh lime, fresh ginger, blueberry jam, and a hint of rosemary. Your taste buds will thank you, we promise!

Chesapeake Breeze At Woodbury Kitchen
2010 Clipper Park Rd.
Baltimore, MD 21211
(443) 464-8000

Known and loved for its warm and inviting atmosphere, Woodbury Kitchen offers quite a enticing menu when it comes to both food and drink. If you’re craving something classic but are open for a twist, go ahead and try the Chesapeake Breeze. The eateries take on a Bay Breeze, the Chesapeake Breeze is made with VT Vodka, WP Rhubarb and strawberry, honey, WK summertime vinegar, and lemon balm. This cocktail is super refreshing and very delicious.

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Jack’s House Made Tonic At Jack’s Bistro
3123 Elliott St.
Baltimore, MD 21224
(410) 878-6542

Head to Jack’s Bistro to try one of our favorite cocktails. Jack’s House Made Tonic is created by blending a variety of spices including cinchona bark, black peppercorns, coriander, allspice and citrus. You choose Half Moon Orchard gin or Reyka Icelandic vodka to make one ultimate tasty tonic that you won’t find anywhere else.

The Heat Exchanger At The Brewer’s Art
1106 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 547-6925

Known for their superb draft beer list, The Brewer’s Art is also home to some of the most avant garde cocktails. The Heat Exchanger may be the craziest drink on this list, but it deserves to be here! Made with house-infused thai chili tequila, this drink will bring some spice to your palette. However, said spice is cut with Godiva chocolate liqueur, giving you the perfect sweet and spicy combination. The drink is finished off with coffee and agave. While some feel this is better as an after dinner drink, it’s a must-try.

Related: Best Fall Craft Beers In Baltimore


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