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21 North Eutaw Street

Two floors, two bars, beer fests, and tastings. One hundred bottled beers and forty on tap. Light fare to full entrees, served lunch through late night. $$

Sunday–Thursday, 11:30 AM–1:00 AM
Friday–Saturday, 11:30 AM–2:00 AM

Brewer's Art
1106 North Charles Street

Innovative cuisine in a historic mansion set in Baltimore's scenic Mount Vernon neighborhood. Award-winning ales brewed on the premises, with carefully selected wines and spirits also available. $

Monday–Saturday, 4:00 PM–1:45 AM
Sunday, 5:00 PM–1:45 AM
Full dinner service starts at 5:30 PM

Dick's Last Resort
621 East Pratt Street

The joint yer mama warned you about! From rug-rats to old farts, from high-class to no-class, it's fun for all and all in fun for those who dare to enter! Food is made from scratch and served in steel buckets. Big sloppy ribs, juicy honey-roasted chicken, succulent crab legs, and much more! Dick's Last Resort is best known for service with sarcasm! That's right, there's never a dull a moment, which is how we earned our infamous reputation. $

Sunday–Thursday, 11:00 AM–10:00 PM
Saturday–Sunday, 11:00 AM–11:00 PM

Leinenkugel's Beer Garden
34 Market Place

Located at the entrance of Power Plant Live!, Leinenkugel’s Beer Garden occupies a newly constructed glass pavilion, complete with retractable roof opening to a lush and festive outdoor beer garden. Pouring over thirty specialty draft brews, the venue is quickly becoming the meeting place for downtown Baltimore. $

Monday–Friday, 4:00 PM–2:00 AM
Saturday–Sunday, 12:00 PM–2:00 AM

MEX Tequila Bar
26 Market Place

Located in Power Plant Live!, MEX Tequila Bar offers a cool, eclectic hangout with great Mexican food, a lively atmosphere, and disarmingly good margaritas. Featuring authentic Mexican cuisine alongside classic Tex-Mex favorites, MEX offers south of the border flavor including in-house specialty salsas and a menu that brings unique style and approach to Tex-Mex dining. After the dinner plates are cleared, MEX turns up the heat. $$

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Pickle's Pub
520 Washington Boulevard

Established and family-run since 1988, Pickle's Pub has become the number one pre- and post-game restaurant for Orioles and Ravens fans. We are "just a home run away" from the stadiums. For extraordinary service and the best quality products at a fair price, try Pickle's Pub today. $

Daily, 11:00 AM–2:00 AM
Happy Hours, 3:00 PM–9:00 PM

Pratt Street Alehouse
206 West Pratt Street

Whether you’re looking for a great happy hour or nightlife spot, delicious bar food and craft ales, or just a place to watch the game, Baltimore’s Pratt Street Alehouse has something for everyone. Baltimore’s favorite alehouse proudly serves traditionally handcrafted English Style Ales from Oliver Breweries. $

Restaurant: Monday–Sunday, 11:00 AM–11:00 PM
Bar: Monday–Sunday, 11:00 AM–2:00 AM

Tir Na Nog
201 East Pratt Street

Tir Na Nog provides a unique Irish experience incorporating the warmth of an Irish pub with New American cuisine, while maintaining the same charm and hospitality of the Irish. The combination of an attractive menu and a professional and friendly team of bartenders and servers has made Tir Na Nog an immediate success with clientele of all ages. $$

Monday–Friday, 11:00 AM–2:00 AM
Saturday–Sunday, 10:00 AM–2:00 AM

Woodberry Kitchen
2010 Clipper Park Road

While not in the immediate Inner Harbor area, coffee connoisseurs might want to venture just a few miles north to Woodberry Kitchen. Proprietors of the well-liked farm-to-table restaurant, Woodberry Kitchen, have now opened Artifact Coffee, where groups can take part in Coffee Cupping, an interactive tasting experience much like a wine tasting. A knowledgeable barista directs attendees through a tasting where they can savor the taste and smell of coffee as it goes through the various steps from grind to brew. $$

Monday–Thursday, 5:00 PM–10:00 PM
Friday–Saturday, 5:00 PM–11:00 PM
Sunday, 10:00 AM–2:00 PM, 5:00 PM–9:00 PM

*Please note that hours are subject to change. Please check with the restaurant prior to dining to ensure that no changes have been made since this information was posted in this publication.


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