If you’re looking for an affordable happy hour spot on the weekends, you’re in luck. Baltimore has plenty of nightspots and bars that provide excellent service and drinks and food on the cheap.
Whether you are a college student with limited funds or the current state of the economy has you living on a tighter budget, the last thing you want to spend your hard earned money on is a cover charge at the door. Swing by one of the following Baltimore area bars where you will be able to happily walk right in without shelling out any cash at the door.
The best bistros in Baltimore are cozy neighborhood restaurants where one can enjoy delicious comfort food with a glass of wine, a craft beer or a well-mixed cocktail.
There is nothing like a swanky piano bar to bring the tunes of Ray Charles, Elton John and others to life. Whether providing tranquil background music or encouraging everyone onto the dance floor, these piano bars are the best in Baltimore.
The blues are returning to Charm City and everybody will be jiving to the tunes in these local jazz and blues spots in Baltimore.
Short of munching on hot dogs and sipping cold beer at Camden Yards, there’s no better way to catch the game with friends than at one of the city’s best sports bars.
The following local bars provide a cozy fireplace while providing a plethora of drinking options. Here are Baltimore’s best bars with a cozy fireplace.
For “Coffee With” Don and Tim talked to Clark Kellogg about college basketball. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival.
As Evolution Craft Brewing Co. prepares for its final days in Delmar, the owners and brewers are experiencing bittersweet emotions — one the one hand, they are excited to expand into a larger facility, but on the other will be leaving their first home.
St. Patrick’s Day is one of Baltimore’s most beloved and colorful holidays. The city’s festive spirit comes alive with the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade, lots of great music and events that turn a one-day holiday into a week-long celebration of all things Irish. If you’re looking for a great spot to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Baltimore, these standout places have got you covered.
Liam Flynn’s Pint Size Pub was the kind of bar that lonesome people everywhere dream about. Cramped and unfancy, the bar had a running conversation that was always open to touchy subjects and wayward newcomers. The smallness of the space forced camaraderie. When the Pint Size shut its doors back in 2008, Baltimore lost a classic. This past June, Liam Flynn opened his new edition the Pint Size Pub, Liam Flynn’s Ale House—this time on North Avenue, in the newest corridor of the Station North Arts District.
There are four fireplaces on the main floor of the Brewer’s Art at 1106 North Charles Street. There is also a pair of copper tuns behind the window panes of the French doors at the back of the main floor. You can see them as you sit at a table with white linen. The Brewer’s Art grounds its own grains on the floor above. Water and yeast are added in the copper tuns behind the dining room and the ale is then piped to the ground floor and stored in 20 gallon kegs.