They say the college years will be the best of your life—they fail to mention that these years can also be the most stressful. Class time and hours of studying can leave coeds in need of a reprieve but with little money for a night out. Luckily, students of Charm City have several opportunities for student discounts and designated college nights at bars near their universities.
From notably historic venues downtown in the Inner Harbor, to hidden gems in the counties, Baltimore has no shortage of fun and variety when it comes to the bar and restaurant scene. Juxtaposing many of the bars’ regular festivities are an array of drinking games to up the shenannigans.
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.
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.
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.
Storming the 7-Eleven. A huge group of teens steal from a Montgomery County convenience store.
If you’re going to the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Gala on Sept. 10 featuring violinist and Baltimore native, Hilary Hahn, you’re going to be looking for a place to keep the night going long after the music has stopped. We’ve put together a few places where you can wear your black tie clothing and still have a bit of fun.
Thankfully, Baltimore, as small as it may seem to an outsider, has a pretty bumping bar scene. That comes in handy after you roll out from a downtown concert or show and are in the mood to dance or grab a drink with friends. All of the after party venues are within safe walking distance from your concert/theater venue and perfect for chatting it up with your fellow audience members.