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At the German-American fusion restaurant and bar on Harford Road, October is more than a month—it’s a feeling.
Named for a midcentury train (a nod to its location near Penn Station), the bar manages to simultaneously appear retro and completely of the moment.
In a neighborhood in dire need of a craft cocktail bar, the stylish-yet-laid-back spot has delivered every time we’ve been.
Atwell—who cut his teeth at high-quality cocktail bars—has created a relaxed environment in which neighbors can talk to each other while enjoying an elevated drink that doesn’t break the bank.
The Irish pub in Harbor East has always had—and thankfully maintains—an old-world authenticity.
The hybrid bar and small supermarket has one of the most unique drink menus in the city.
People who order takeout are in for delicious deliveries, but they're missing out on one of the best aspects of the Canton staple: its cocktail program.
A mainstay for decades, O’Shea’s is a wonderful blend of traditional Irish pub and Charm City neighborhood bar.
The smallish Locust Point space feels brand new, but the spirit of the place is timeless.
Owner Carlos Cruz’s goal is to attract people for reasons more than the view.
The expansion of the beloved wine shop has added a much-needed jolt to the square.
Take a gamble at Hanover's sports bar on steroids.
Housed in the Cross Street building once home to Ryleigh’s Oyster, NOLA offers a host of New Orleans-inspired cocktails and cooking.
The sprawling space in the old Crown Cork & Seal building is a great addition to the local beer scene.
The original Highlandtown landmark, opened in 1933 upon the repeal of Prohibition, inspired a Little Italy sequel.
The restaurant takes over the corner location that previously housed the Get Down and Fletcher’s.
Despite coming off of a difficult year, the gameday watering hole across from Camden Yards is crushing it.
The cocktail bar’s current iteration is lovely—just don’t expect the original
Mt. Vernon gem Sugarvale is beautiful from floor to ceiling
The Belvedere Square bar and bottle shop gets back to its roots.
The Motor House’s new bar and cafe space is a ton of fun.
The cocktails and cuisine at The Elk Room are worth seeking out.