Root on the Ravens and Orioles at the best sports bars in Baltimore. When the game is on, these Baltimore pubs are the next best thing to being at the stadium.


Field House
2400 Boston Street
Baltimore, MD 21224

A great place to plan a party amongst friends, the Field House has over 50 high definition televisions to watch the big games. Whether it is football, baseball, basketball or UFC, it will be on at the Field House. A live DJ is present every Thursday through Saturday and a live band provides added entertainment on Saturdays. There are plenty of appetizers to choose from a traditional sports bar menu. There is plenty of space at the Field House to celebrate the big game for any occasion.


Alonso’s/Loco Hombre
413-415 W Cold Spring Lane
Baltimore, Maryland 21210

The purple and gold take center stage on Monday night at Alonso’s. Join 98 Rock at Alonso’s every Monday throughout the Ravens’ football season to watch their live show and to preview the Ravens’ game. Every Sunday, Alonso’s streams NFL’s Sunday ticket, highlighting all the big NFL games. A neighborhood favorite, Alonso’s offers daily specials, chef creations and cuisine. You never have to miss a play while you try your best at eating their one-pound hamburgers.


Mother’s Federal Hill Grille

1113 S. Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21230
www.mothersgrille.comClose to M&T Bank Stadium and Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Mother’s Federal Hill Grille is for the die-hard fans that want to be a part of the biggest sporting events in Baltimore. Join the up-scale night life in Baltimore City, and enjoy the best of Maryland seafood and burgers. Request a private party on the second floor that holds groups of 20 to 200 people. Complete with a full bar, high definition television, pool tables and couches, the Field House is a perfect hangout for any sport enthusiast. Picture:


The Mt. Washington Tavern
5700 Newbury Street
Baltimore, MD 21209

Honoring the past, but celebrating the present, The Mt. Washington Tavern is a great medium for fans of Baltimore sports. Mt. Washington is an historic landmark itself and is decorated with fixtures of the past including the chandeliers from the old Gayiety Theatre on East Baltimore St. and a mural of the old clubhouse that stood at Pimlico Race Course. It is a unique experience stepping back in time while watching games of today’s teams. Talk amongst fellow Baltimore fans and reminisce while eating great food.


Padonia Station
63 E Padonia Road, Timonium, MD 21093

At Padonia Station, live music and sports provide hours of entertainment. It is a party atmosphere complete with dance floor and music that plays into the morning. Weekly events and daily specials keep customers coming back. Padonia Station is a great place for wings and on game days, pounds of wings are ordered throughout the building. Catch every Ravens, Orioles, Maryland Terps, Washington Capitals and Wizards game from their many plasma televisions.


Looney’s Pub

2900 O’Donnell Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21224
(Check website for multiple locations)
looneyspubmd.comJoin the “Looney Bin” and watch the big sports games at Looney’s Pub. Opened in the spring of 1993, Looney’s has now expanded to four locations around the Baltimore area. Come for live music, a bar nightlife and cheer on your favorite sports teams. Looney’s is also a proud supporter of men’s and women’s lacrosse, sponsoring teams for students in grades 6 through 11 around the local area. If you are looking for a sports bar with some Irish charm, become a “Loonitic” at Looney’s Pub.

By Lance Duvall