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One of Baltimore's largest breweries, The Brewer's Art is set in a grand townhouse on North Charles Street. Spread out over two levels, the bar and dining room lies on the ground floor and the lounge and smaller bar area can be found on the lower level. House brews include the strong Beazly, Birdhouse Ale and the flavorful Resurrection. They also offer an extensive wine list, wide selection of whiskey and other spirits. Their reasonably priced food menu features delicious pubfare (sandwiches, small plates), intriguing entrées, continental cuisine and desserts. Gluten free and vegetarian options are also available. With its happy hours, plenty of seating options, impeccable service and guided tours (every other Saturday), The Brewer's Art offers guests a unique dining experience.
Featuring the largest beer selection in Maryland, Max's is the place to go to grab a cold drink, watch a sporting event, and have a fun and relaxing time altogether. Order a bite to eat from the lunch or dinner menus offering plenty of burgers and sandwiches to complement your beer selection. Max's also has a dart house to end your day with fun. For special events, choose from Max's extensive catering menus or organize a private party or black tie affair in one of the private rooms available.
According to Celtic music aficionados, this Fells Point pub is the place to go in Baltimore to hear authentic Irish folk music. With its wood-paneled walls and gigantic oak bar, it's the perfect setting for hoisting a glass of Guinness or Harp and enjoying a jig or reel. The steady stream of Irish musicians is supplemented by local and national jazz, blues and zydeco acts. Fell's Point can be quite busy on weekends, so to enjoy the full homey effect of this place, visit during the week.
Housed in the renovated American Can Co., the Chesapeake Wine Co. offers tastings every Tuesday beginning at 7p. Each tasting features about eight wines that share a common theme, accompanied by bread and cheese. On occasion, a local restaurant will offer food. After the tasting, you can buy the wines that were featured at discounted prices. Chesapeake also offers the chance to learn about your favorite wine. During each class, students taste six to eight wines and hear about their history. Reservations are required.
This gastropub located in the Canton area of Baltimore is known for its creative cocktails and excellent brew list. Sparse on decor, Of Love and Regret pub features exposed brick walls and duct work in a typical Baltimore row house. The black chalkboard displays the pubs rotating list of drafts, while the menu offers patrons upscale tavern fare with small plates perfect for sharing, hearty entrees and a bevy of appetizers, sandwiches and burgers.
The Union Craft Brewery is situated on Union Avenue, just a few minutes away from Maryland Zoo in Woodberry area of Baltimore. The unique brewery blends with ease traditional and contemporary styles of brewing and creates interesting, bold flavors. Established in 2011, Union Craft is responsible for well-balanced brews and ales such as Duckpin Pale Ale, Rye Baby IPA and the lager Blackwing, to name a few. As such, the brewhouse is open for tours on Saturdays while their fun and casual tap room remains open between Thursdays and Fridays.
While the pub offers a relaxed and informal atmosphere, reservations are suggested due to the extreme popularity! Located in the Beverly Hills area of Baltimore, Koco's Pub is known for their mouth-watering crab cakes, which can even be ordered in bulk and shipped overnight! The rest of their menu is comprised of various seafood options and a few land-lover dishes as well. The patrons are usually a mix of locals and well-informed tourists vying for the crabmeat laden, cakes in this hole-in-the-wall Baltimore establishment.