Mt. Washington Tavern
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Gavin MacLeod. He played Captain Stubing on “The Love Boat.” He talked about his new book, “This is Your Captain Speaking: My Fantastic Voyage Through Hollywood, Faith & Life.”
Bars and taverns have been part of the landscape from before the city officially existed. And today, a number of historic bars continue to operate in the city.
To get the full Baltimore experience, head to one of these great Baltimore-area foodie bars.
When a landmark North Baltimore restaurant went up in flames, Baltimore firefighters fought the fire back and managed to save some of the historic building. Now, the rebuilt Mt. Washington Tavern is thanking those emergency responders.
Don Scott and Marty Bass had “Coffee With” Jenson Button. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about the reopening of the Mt. Washington Tavern.
It’s been eight months since an early morning fire destroyed the Mt. Washington Tavern. The Baltimore landmark is being rebuilt.
Last Halloween was no treat for a favorite Baltimore landmark. That’s the night the Mt. Washington Tavern burned down.
A devastating fire destroys a Baltimore landmark. The Mt. Washington Tavern is in ashes.
Are you looking for the best margaritas in Baltimore? Try Blue Agave, Little Havana, Mt. Washington Tavern and Taco Fiesta.
Are you looking for the best rooftop bars in Maryland? Try Grand Central, Madam’s Organ Blues, Mt. Washington Tavern, Nellie’s Sports Bar or The Rooftop.
There’s nothing better than a good grilled cheese. You’ll have a chance to sample some of the best on Sunday in Baltimore.
Are you looking for the best bar food in Baltimore? Try Mother’s, the Mt. Washington Tavern, Max’s on Broadway, the Brewer’s Art or Captain Larry’s.