wjz-13 all-news-99-1-wnew 1057-the-fan 1300logo2_67x35
FOOTBALL FRENZY: Ravens Defeat Browns 23-21; Dennis Pitta Suffers Serious Injury Read Story | Stats & Recaps | Play The Pro Football Challenge | Ravens News | Upload Your Purple Pride Photos | View Gallery | Expert Picks | Knockout Pool | Baltimore Gameday Uncensored

Latest

Guide To Best Sport Bars With Televisions

November 3, 2011 5:00 AM

View Comments
Photo Credit: Thinkstock.com

Photo Credit: Thinkstock.com

By Sara Blumberg

With football season in full swing, it’s important to have a place to go and watch the game. The best way to watch any sporting game is with great drink specials and of course great television. Baltimore has many bars that have both of these qualities. Here our pick of places to check out when you’re looking to enjoy some drinks, beer and sports.
113 nightlife music pickles pub e1315405011560 Guide To Best Sport Bars With Televisions

Photo Credit: Picklespub.com

Pickles Pub

520 Washington Blvd
Baltimore, Md. 21230
410-752-1784
Hours: Open 7 days – 11 a.m. – 2 a.m.

Reviews, Directions & More Info

In addition to being walking distance from both the Orioles and Ravens’ stadiums, Pickle’s Pub offers some great viewing for Sunday football.  The bar opened in 1988 and quickly established a reputation for being a patron’s “home away from home.”  The bar offers traditional pub fair and $1 beers during game days. If you’re coming to watch a game, take advantage of the restaurant’s 30 HD televisions. Or take part in their tailgate packages available during the football season. These specials change weekly and are available on the pub’s website.

113 nightlife music gameday warehouse e1315404945548 Guide To Best Sport Bars With Televisions

Photo Credit: Thegamedaywarehouse.com

Gameday Warehouse

1400 Warner Street B (Across from Lot J)
Baltimore, Md. 21230
410-GOT-GAME
Hours: 3 p.m.- 2 a.m., only during Ravens home games
www.thegamedaywarehouse.com

This bar was exclusively created to celebrate all things Ravens. The 2,500 square foot bar is only opened during Ravens home games since the owners opted to not buy a full liquor license. Despite select hours, the massive location has 55 televisions and decorated purple booths. The bar also has standard pub fare, including burgers and pulled pork sandwiches. Drink specials range from $2 Miller Lights to Jager Bombs for $8. Gameday Warehouse is always opened at least three hours before home games, inviting Ravens fans to get ready for an always-memorable “Sunday Funday.” As a waterhole of sorts, a patron will get into football spirit, while making friends at this unique bar location.

113 nightlife music watching football e1315405153872 Guide To Best Sport Bars With Televisions

Photo Credit: Thinkstock.com

Luckie’s Tavern

10 A Market Place
Baltimore, Md. 21202
410-223-1105
Hours: Mon-Sun 11 a.m. – 2 a.m.
Reviews, Directions & More Info

Luckie’s Tavern is one of the many bars located in Baltimore’s Power Plant area. With a Las Vegas feel, the bar is decked out for any patron’s sport fantasy scenario, with comfortable seating and an endless array of high-definition televisions.  One thing that sets this sports bar apart are the private party options. Luckie’s can accommodate parties as small as 12 or as big as 300.  While the drink specials are extensive, be prepared to pay standard prices while watching the game. Make sure to try their wings, which are $10 for a dozen.

113 nightlife music the greene turtle Guide To Best Sport Bars With Televisions

Photo Credit: Thegreeneturtle.com

Greene Turtle Bar and Grille

718-722 South Broadway
Baltimore, Md. 21231
410-342-4222
Hours: Mon – Sun: 11 a.m. – 2 a.m.
http://greeneturtle.com

I’m not one for chain restaurants, but Greene Turtle is a great place to watch the Ravens. In addition to a dozen flat screen televisions about the bar, each booth also comes equipped with its own personal television. Drink specials also are good and cheap during game days, with $1 beers and eclectic pub fare. Though always packed, I’ve always found a place to comfortably sit at the Greene Turtle.

Sara Blumberg is a full-time writer and blogger living in Baltimore Maryland. Her blog is sarabydesign.wordpress.com.

View Comments
blog comments powered by Disqus
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 3,220 other followers