Pride month is celebrated each year to remember the Stonewall Riots. The Stonewall Riots took place in June of 1969 after police raided a gay bar in New York City. The riots and protests were the beginning of the LGBT movement. In most parts of the country, Pride Month is celebrated in June, but this year Baltimore Pride Month will be celebrated in July.
Now that the warmer weather is upon us and the twilight hours going later into the night you may be looking for a great place to grab a drink and bit to eat out in the open air. Baltimore’s many neighborhoods offer an abundance of places you can sit in a garden or on a deck to enjoy Happy Hour. Check out some of the best below.
Let’s face it, bars can get crowded, stuffy, and claustrophobic, especially on a busy Friday or Saturday night. Fortunately the Germans, who have always led the charge in all things beer-related, engineered a brilliant solution: The Biergarten.
Blue Agave is back to being Baltimore’s top spot for tequila cocktails and Mexican cuisine. Bartender Larry Ramonowicz shares some behind-the-scenes tips and secrets to the allure of this Federal Hill fixture.
Originating in the Mexican state of Puebla, Cinco de Mayo is called El Dia de la Batalla de Puebla or the Day of the Battle of Puebla. For Mexicans, Cinco de Mayo is a day to honor heritage. Celebrate Cinco de Mayo by stopping by at one of these Baltimore bars.
There are some clubs that do not cater to certain communities, but in Baltimore there are several gay bars which cater to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsexual (LGBT) community. In these bars, people can feel free to visit, mingle, talk and be entertained.
Whether you are a tax accountant or tax preparer who files taxes for a living or someone who files their own taxes, the end of tax day is a day to be celebrated. In Baltimore, there are no better places to spend you tax return than these bars.
Shake off your umbrella. Unbutton your rain coat. Step in to the warmth at one of Baltimore’s best rainy day bars. On an inclement weather day, pull up a bar stool and sip your favorite brew in the comfort of one of Baltimore’s comfiest bars. Baltimore bars, such as Ottobar and the Cat’s Eye Pub offer customers a warm and inviting place to hang out with friends. Hungry? Don’t forget to try the many mouth-watering dishes at The Horse You Came In On Saloon and Alexander’s Tavern.
For those less interested in paying high tickets prices, spending a fortune on concession stand food and drinks, and fighting traffic to get in and out of the stadium, an alternative is watching baseball games in a bar. Baltimore has several bars that are welcoming to baseball fans.
In traditional Irish towns, the pub is traditionally the meeting point for town citizens. Pubs or public houses are Irish bars where people gather to chat, hang out and, of course, drink beer and eat good food. Baltimore has brought the traditional Irish bar atmosphere to life.
Raid your liquor cabinet and whip up some of these tasty sensations. If you like them, perhaps try the bars they came from next time you are out and about.
Local Baltimore bars and restaurants offer Mardi Gras parties and celebrations, including these great events.
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