Some of the bars and taverns found in Baltimore now have been around for quite a while. The ones which have lasted have done so for their quality as much as their history. Stop in to any of these locations, take in some of the rich olden times spoken of by the walls within – and have a drink while you’re there!
“Mixology” is the art of mixed drinks, and it is an art form in true Renaissance in Baltimore. Come experience a palette of flavors and sensations at some of these exciting destinations across the Baltimore area, served up by some of the most experienced of mixologists, who aren’t just good at what they do, they also love doing it.
If you looking to spend some quality time with dad and just want to grab a drink and maybe a small bit to eat for Father’s Day, then these places are some great picks to take dad to around Baltimore.
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.
This episode of Foursquare On The Pin covers sports bars, father’s day meals and much more!
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.
Peruse any diner or restaurant menu and you are sure to find the grilled cheese sandwich. The grilled cheese sandwich has been a popular restaurant food since the 1960s. Grilled cheeses are a staple menu items and not just the children’s menu. Why should kids enjoy all the yummy gooey goodness of grilled cheeses? Lovers of grilled cheeses need to look no further than these Baltimore restaurants.
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.
In a popular downtown neighborhood, it’s war between homeowners and the bars. The Irish Stroll bar crawl brought thousands into Federal Hill, but some neighbors say the drinkers trashed their community.
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.
Spring training had you glued to the TV and it’s the day you have been waiting for since the close of the season last year – Opening Day! You pulled out your orange or black O’s gear and are ready to sing “Take Me Out to the Ball Game” and do the seven inning stretch, but the question is where to go before, during or after the game? These bars offer baseball fans camaraderie, libations and food!
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.