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.
Baltimore is home to a number of local breweries such as Stillwater Artisanal Ales, The Brewer’s Art, Full Tilt Brewing and more. For an after-work gathering with colleagues, why not try a craft beer happy hour?
Billions of people around the world are watching the 2014 World Cup. And with the United States hanging onto a chance to advance to the second round, Marylanders are tuning in to watch. That has business at area bars booming.
Baltimore is home to venues that serve the best of all waterborne fare, including the classic seafood staple fish and chips. Originally popularized in places like Britain and Ireland, Baltimore restaurants serve up plates good enough to rival those made abroad.
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.
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.
Are you looking for happy hours with free food? Try Koopers Tavern, Mick O’Shea’s, Mt. Washington Tavern, New Haven Lounge and Taco Fiesta.
Are you looking for the best Irish pubs in Baltimore? Try James Joyce, Ryan’s Daughter, Slainte, Mick O’Shea’s or Patrick’s of Pratt Street.