Since the mid-’90s, The Brewer’s Art has combined its Belgian-style beers with inventive fare.
It’s been 17 years since an unlikely trio—a Johns Hopkins grad student, a librarian, and a restaurant worker—opened what seemed at the time a fairly risky venture: a bar and restaurant with an on-...
The handcrafted mixed drink is making a comeback in Baltimore.
Inside the subdued walls of W.C. Harlan, a new kind of corner bar is emerging. There are no blaring TVs in this Remington respite, just soft jazz playing on the stereo. Patrons are chatting quietly...
Root, root for the upscale tavern food at Dempsey’s Brew Pub at The Yard.
O’s great Rick Dempsey really does go to his namesake restaurant at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. The MASN sports analyst stops by Dempsey’s Brew Pub & Restaurant before and after most home games...
Is your New Year’s resolution to break out of your comfort zone? We give you the best places to do just that—karaoke nights.
CantonThis bar—in the neon Natty Boh’s line of sight—boasts karaoke every night of the week. And there’s a no-shame-in-your-game vibe as anyone (with enough $2-jello-shot courage) can get...
<p>Discover One-Eyed Mike’s alfresco dining.</p>
Yes, it’s best known as a “Grand Marnier bar.” And we’ll drink to that. But One-Eyed Mike’s (708 S. Bond St., 410-327-0445) is also a cheery place to nosh on delicious sandwiches, appetizers, and...
<p>A group of Catholics finds a local bar blasphemous.</p>
A priest walks into a bar. . . . No, it’s not the start of a joke, but closely mirrors a dispute between some Catholics and a Fells Point watering hole.
Recently, a group of religious devotees...
Heavy Seas beer expands its brand with a new alehouse
Back in 1989, Hugh Sisson opened Baltimore’s first brewpub, Sisson’s. After several years, he decided to leave the pub, move his beers to a larger platform, and established Clipper City in Halethorpe...
An inside look at the region’s top 25 watering holes
You could say that Baltimore is a city of regulars. People who are from here tend to stay here. Consequently, our local watering holes are full of lifers, Baltimoreans born and bred, and when they...
Area bars are getting creative with games, going beyond just darts and Keno.
Cornhole at Sliders Bar & Grill, 504 Washington BlvdThis beanbag aim game is usually seen at outdoor barbecues, but many O's fans play it at Sliders while they're pre-gaming for a night at the...
14 slices of local nightlife, from clubs to galleries and everything in between.
Not every night owl is created equal.
And we understand that. Some want to nurse a $12 cocktail over stimulating conversation, while others prefer to dance under neon lights to whatever the DJ is...