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Baltimore Maryland is the back drop for the hit crime drama, The Wire, but the true city of Baltimore is nowhere near as seedy as the writers of the show would lead you to believe. Home to the Baltimore Ravens and Baltimore Orioles professional sports franchises is what make the people of Baltimore a proud one, as well they should be. When it’s time to head out for some good times Baltimore will do more than impress you. Go and check out a live performance at one of their popular music venues, then finish the night at one of Baltimore's premiere night clubs or bars. Be sure to check out the incredible locals restaurants that are great for dinner parties or rendezvous of a more intimate nature. Whatever it is you are looking for, you will be sure to find it in Baltimore.
Bars and Date Spots:
328 North Charles Street
When it comes to Irish culture, ambiance, food and drinks, it doesn't get any better than Baltimore's Mick O'Shea's Irish Pub. Settle down at the bar for a smooth Guinness Stout or Magner's Irish Cider. If you have an empty stomach, consider a generous platter of Tinney's Fish and Chips or Bangers and Mash, which features Irish sausage, served alongside mashed potatoes with Guinness brown gravy and whiskey mustard sauerkraut. This great Irish bar has even more to offer than all that, every Saturday they feature live music that will make for a great night out in Baltimore.
527 E Belvedere Ave
Baltimore, MD 21212
Offering both a retail shop and wine bar, this casually stylish place features as many as 300 wines. Delicious bites include house-baked pretzels with shallot-tarragon drawn butter and a fresh olive assortment. Tartes flambés (thin pastry crust with savory toppings) come in several varieties such as gratinee (Dijon and gruyere) and chevre (goat cheese and leek). During the summer, Grand Cru becomes a great spot for live music that they feature on their outdoor stage and patio area.
The Brewer's Art
1106 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201
This bar is for true beer-lovers not the crazy college type who favors quantity over quality, but the real beer connoisseur who likes to savor each glass. The Belgian homebrews created here are crisp and light, and make perfect accompaniments to the unique European cuisine served in the restaurant. But non-diners are welcome as well. Relax in the casual basement room or meet and greet the young crowd at the bar on the main floor. Chill out and enjoy a flavorful Resurrection Ale, and the get ready for the good times to roll.
The Owl Bar
1 E Chase St
Baltimore, MD 21202
Located on the first floor of the Historic Belvedere in downtown Baltimore, the Owl Bar offers a distinct nightlife setting that will take you back in time. Offering a full menu and long bar, its decor of dark wood and leather seats channels images of bars from the 20s and 30s. Pictures of celebrity line the walls of the hallways leading into the doors of the bar. If you want to experience a night full of history while enjoying old school cocktails in an upscale setting, The Owl Bar will not disappoint.
DuClaw Brewing Company
This popular brew pub has established quite a reputation in the Baltimore area. Signature brews carry names such as Venom Pale Ale, Bad Moon Porter, Ravenwood, Kangaroo Love, Misfit Red, and Bare Ass Blond Ale. Tempting food like pot stickers, mussels and ale, and soft pretzel sticks complement the beer, and if it's dinner you're after, the kitchen serves some terrific mains, including New York strip steak and chipotle lime tilapia. The DuClaw Brewing Company is truly a lot more than your average brewery. The DuClaw Brewing Company has multiple locations throughout the Baltimore region, so you will never be too far from one.
Cat's Eye Pub
1730 Thames St
Fells Point, MD 21231
The Cat's Eye Pub is a neighborhood favorite and adds just as much character to the area as the neighborhood adds to it. If you're looking for jazz on a Monday night, this is where you'll usually find a live quartet playing. Irish memorabilia, painted paddle boards and an upside-down Christmas tree accent the interior of this bar, which occupies a row house by the harbor. Over 40 beers on tap, including several local craft beers, and an impressive selection of ports and single malt scotches. You won’t have to worry about finding live music and great beer in Baltimore as long as you know your was to the Cat's Eye Pub.
20 S Caton Ave
Baltimore, MD 21229
Most of the people you'll see at Caton Castle may be a bit on the older side, but that's to be expected from one of the last traditional jazz clubs in Baltimore. It’s actually this older crowd that has been keeping the jazz scene alive and well at Caton's continuing to provide a venue for jazz musicians and enthusiasts alike. Food and drinks are inexpensive and because Caton Castle has its regulars, shows tend to sell out quickly. This off-the-beaten-path gem is worth visiting if you're looking for a traditional jazz experience in Baltimore.
1425 Aliceanna St
Baltimore, MD 21231
Pazo has a two story ceiling, wrought-iron chandeliers, large windows and giant clay vases that line the inside of this dining room and lounge, and a sizeable balcony overlooks the main floor. Diners consume intriguing small plates such as fire-roasted almonds, empanadas, calamari fritti and eggplant dip, as well as pizzas, flatbreads and ciabatta, baked in a wood-burning oven. Over 100 wines and a selection of martinis are available to satisfy any thirst. The dining room transitions into a dance club late in the evening for any guests who are looking to get down.
The 13th Floor
1 E Chase St
Baltimore, MD 21202
Appropriately located on the 13th floor of the Historic Belvedere, this bar/lounge/club/ (whatever you want to make of it) offers a great scenic view of Baltimore from a Mt. Vernon view point. The windows provide the beautiful view, and extend the length of two of the walls. A dozen or so tables line the outside of the intimate space while the bar sits at the center of the room. The dance floor may be one of the smallest ones you encounter in Baltimore but it doesn't stop the crowds to head to the 13th floor for stunning views, drinks, and weekly live music.