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.
Here are a couple events for you to look forward to for St. Paddy’s Day in Baltimore.
Local Baltimore bars and restaurants offer Mardi Gras parties and celebrations, including these great events.
Just because you’re not dating or in a serious relationship doesn’t mean you should stay in on Valentine’s Day. On the contrary, Valentine’s Day is the perfect time for singles to mingle. There are plenty of parties and events for singles this Valentine’s Day in Baltimore.
You don’t have to go out West for a country bar. Baltimore has a number of country bars with the feel of an old time country and western saloon.
Unwind with a cocktail and gather with friends at a local bar in Baltimore for happy hour. For a special touch, go to a bar with a cocktail happy hour.
Sunni Gilliam is the owner of Teavolve Cafe & Lounge, a “lively neighborhood cafe.” Here she offers some hot drink ideas to keep you cozy this winter.
Might be hard to believe, but not everyone is at the Inner Harbor tonight. Plenty are still celebrating elsewhere across the city — getting ready to ring in 2015.
Baltimore is a place of constant change when it comes to bars, restaurants, lounges and clubs. The last year has seen some pretty dynamic progress in the rise and expansion of new bars, and in particular, cocktail lounges.
Bands are still getting their start in the Baltimore music scene.
This holiday season, stop by one of Baltimore’s premiere bars and restaurants for a delectable holiday concoction.