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Put on some gold, green and purple beads and enjoy some of the best bars in town for Fat Tuesday and you’ll forget that you aren’t on Bourbon Street in no time.
Thanksgiving is one of the most anticipated and stressful holidays of the year. Between coordinating travel arrangements, cooking large amounts of food and scrubbing the house before guests arrive, it can be quite overwhelming to tackle that long to-do list. Take the pressure off, and take over the town during black Wednesday, a pre-thanksgiving celebration full of tasty beers and premium cocktails. Slide into the city to experience some of the best bars for this pre-Thanksgiving bash.
Few places can scare up a good time like Charm City. As Halloween creeps closer and closer, locals and visitors alike may enjoy a festive night at some local haunts that serve up great ghost stories with their suds. In a historic place like Baltimore, expect tales of wars, politics and heartaches gone by at the best haunted bars around.
It’s that time of year in the city — a day of Irish pride — featuring the green and gold, festive music, soccer and plenty of drinking all the while. Baltimore is world-renowned for its Inner Harbor, football and crab cakes. However, the city is also notable for throwing some of the best St. Patty’s Day events anywhere in the country. In particular, there are five local Irish spots that are must-visit venues during this special holiday.
Are you looking for the best jazz clubs in Maryland? Try Bobby’s Jazz Club, Cat’s Eye Pub, Club 347, Twins Jazz and Water Street Jazz Supper Club.
Raise your pint to some of the best Baltimore brewers: The Brewer’s Art, Pratt Street Ale House, Max’s Taphouse, The Owl Bar, and Cat’s Eye Pub.