The Owl Bar
Raid your liquor cabinet and whip up some of these tasty sensations. If you like them, perhaps try the bars they came from next time you are out and about.
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.
October is a great month for beer drinkers as many breweries are unveiling their fall season beer lists. There are so many restaurants and brewpubs in the Baltimore area that can wet your whistle with a seasonal brew, but finding the best is key. No matter your preference, be it pumpkin ale, cider or an Oktoberfest brew, you are sure to find something to your liking right here in the Baltimore area.
For some of the best hotel bars in Baltimore, check out The Owl Bar, the Lord Baltimore Grill, The Orioles Grille, Watertable and Pier 5 Hotel.
Even with all its southern eccentricity, Baltimore freezes like any other northern town in the winter months. That’s when it’s time to congregate inside, in local pubs and brewhouses, and leave summer’s stoops and patios until the warmer months return.
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.