The Horse You Came In On Saloon
Some of the bars and taverns found in Baltimore now have been around for quite a while. The ones which have lasted have done so for their quality as much as their history. Stop in to any of these locations, take in some of the rich olden times spoken of by the walls within – and have a drink while you’re there!
Whether you are a tax accountant or tax preparer who files taxes for a living or someone who files their own taxes, the end of tax day is a day to be celebrated. In Baltimore, there are no better places to spend you tax return than these bars.
Shake off your umbrella. Unbutton your rain coat. Step in to the warmth at one of Baltimore’s best rainy day bars. On an inclement weather day, pull up a bar stool and sip your favorite brew in the comfort of one of Baltimore’s comfiest bars. Baltimore bars, such as Ottobar and the Cat’s Eye Pub offer customers a warm and inviting place to hang out with friends. Hungry? Don’t forget to try the many mouth-watering dishes at The Horse You Came In On Saloon and Alexander’s Tavern.
You don’t have to go out West for a country bar. Baltimore has a number of country bars with the feel of an old time country and western saloon.
Put on your cowboy boots and get ready to swing your partner round and round at some of the greatest country bars in Baltimore. With mechanical bull rides, country line dancing and classic Western music, the Baltimore country bar scene is one that you don’t want to miss. If you don’t mind being just a little wild and rowdy, check out the best Southern-style bars in Baltimore.
The Baltimore culinary scene is known for more than just great crabs and seafood. Noteworthy Baltimore rum bars with eclectic cuisine, fun atmosphere and even better drinks are go tos for Baltimoreans and visitors alike.
Are you looking for the best ladies’ nights in Baltimore? Try The Ballroom, Charles Village Pub, No Idea Tavern, Talara or The Horse You Came In On Saloon.