Police in Frederick say a shooting outside a downtown tavern led to other complications when a passenger vehicle carrying the victim to the hospital crashed into a parked car on Dill Avenue.
Sacred or decoration? That’s the question surrounding a Baltimore bar. Inside the tavern are old Catholic relics that are causing the owners to receive death threats.
Sometimes that classic chestnut “you get what you pay for” is actually true. We’ve all been in that situation: the moment when you’re sitting in a nondescript but aggressively modern trendy bar, drinking a mediocre yet expensive cocktail and listening to the same tired bar music and you start to think “What am I doing here?” But then there are those special places that aren’t easy on the wallet but you’re practically guaranteed to have a great night. They’ve got great looking décor, tons of ambiance and a deep bar selection. The place where you don’t mind paying a little bit more for a drink because the atmosphere is right and the service is good, without being fussy or snobby. You can show up in jeans or a cocktail dress, and still be comfortable.
In about three and a half years, John Reusing has done what many have tried but few have accomplished. The bartender who gained his experience from Sammy’s Trattoria in Mount Vernon and Chiapparelli’s in Little Italy has created a truly unique bar in Baltimore hot spot Fells Point.
A free cab ride will be just a call away early on New Year’s day for those who need to get home safely.
Forget the critics, Baltimore is a writer’s city. The list of scribes that called Charm City home is long enough to make any New Yorker turn their head.
The city’s liquor board has decided to allow a floating bar near the Inner Harbor stay open in July, backing away from a decision that would have suspended the Tiki Barge’s operations for that month.
Two Somerset County men are accused of brawling outside a bar that was holding a fundraiser.
The Allegany County liquor board is considering penalizing a Cumberland bar where four men were stabbed in a fight.
Federal prosecutors say a man charged with fatally shooting a man at a D.C. bar has been wanted by immigration officials since 2007, after authorities discovered that he was in the country illegally.
Prince George’s County police say a 57-year-old D.C. man was shot and killed outside a bar and liquor
store in Capitol Heights.
Police in Cumberland say five people are recovering from injuries after an angry tavern patron pulled out a knife and began slashing those trying to restrain him.