Baseball is known as America’s pastime. Baseball has been around since the mid-1850s when the baseball craze hit New York City. Soon baseball clubs were formed. The National League, founded in 1876, is still in existence today. Soon after, the American League formed. Many fans flock to baseball parks and stadiums throughout the United States and parts of the world. For those less interested in paying high tickets prices, spending a fortune on concession stand food and drinks, and fighting traffic to get in and out of the stadium, an alternative is watching baseball games in a bar. Baltimore has several bars that are welcoming to baseball fans.
Pickles Pub
520 Washington Blvd.
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 752-1784
www.picklespub.com

Founded in 1988, Pickles Pub is a long-time Baltimore tradition. Known as the “#1 place for sports fans to watch their favorite games for 25 years,” Pickles Pub offers a fun atmosphere for the diehard sports fans and families. You can grab a bite to eat before heading to Orioles Park at Camden Yards or M&T Bank Stadium. Pickles Pub offers food items including beer-battered pickles, nachos, onion rings, calamari, jumbo wings and more.

Sliders
504 Washington Blvd.
Baltimore, MD 21230
(410) 547-8891
www.slidersbaltimore.com

Sliders is a family-owned “Sports Bar & Grille” that is welcoming to families. Children are welcome at lunch, dinner and every game. Located about 770 feet from the home plate at Orioles Park at Camden Yards, Sliders has a large outdoor seating area with full table service. Those wanting to watch baseball games can watch from one of the many outside and inside flat screen TVs. Sliders Game Day Menu has many fan favorites, including buffalo chicken dip, jalapeno poppers, tri-colored tortilla chips and salsa and homemade potato chips.

Camden Pub
647 West Pratt St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 547-1280
www.camdenpub.com

Locally owned and operated by the Liberto Family, Camden Pub is known as “Baltimore’s best kept secret.” Located four blocks from M&T Bank Stadium and four blocks from Orioles Park at Camden Yards, the Camden Pub is the perfect place to stop for a meal before the big game. Or stop by after the game for a drink with friends. Camden Pub’s menu features several dishes that are house favorites. The Camden wings are fried, golden brown chicken wings tossed in your choice of buffalo, cajun, jerk, atomic, BBQ, Baltimore or honey mustard sauces. All wings are served with celery and blue cheese.

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The Dizz
300 West 30th St.
Baltimore, MD 21211
(443) 869-5864
www.thedizzbaltimore.com

Founded in 1934, The Dizz was originally called Mitchells, then Stu’s Lounge, then Tony’s Place, then Igor’s, then Buckley’s, then Dizzy Issie’s, before finally becoming The Dizz. The Dizz continues to be a popular bar that has won awards for Best Hamburger, Best Happy Hour, Best Corner Bar, Best Neighborhood Bar, and Best Club Sandwich from Baltimore’s City Paper. Though The Dizz’s menu has many fine appetizers, the entrees selection is wide and varied. Entrees range from jumbo lump crab cakes to 12-oz. grilled N.Y. strip to chicken Creole to rockfish filet.

Dempsey’s Brew Pub & Restaurant
Orioles Park at Camden Yards
333 West Camden St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
(410) 843-7901
www.dempseysbaltimore.com

Dempsey’s Brew Pub & Restaurant is as close as you can get to Orioles Park at Camden Yards without being located on the baseball diamond. Dempsey’s Brew Pub & Restaurant is also owned by former Orioles player, Rick Dempsey. This “full-service brew pub” is decorated with “plenty of Rick Dempsey and Orioles memorabilia.” The restaurant can accommodate “150 in the dining area, 100 at the bar, and another 80 in outdoor seating on its Eutaw Street patio.” Dempsey’s Brew Pub & Restaurant has a wide selection of draft and bottled beers including the “baseball-themed Rick’s Red Ale, Wild Pitch Wheat, Rain Delay IPA, and The ’83s Golden Ale.”

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Jill Berry @MusingsfromMe is a writer who stays at home or a SAHM who writesit depends on the day and her mood. While playing a writer on the internet, Jill has the gray hair AND blogposts from raising a kid, a preteen, and a teen. When not blogging at Musings from Me, Jill seizes family time whenever she candinner as a family, movie night, marathon family game sessions, travelingyou name it she wants to do it.

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