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1939 Fleet St.
This bar/restaurant with its own microbrew sticks with the pun in its name throughout, in what can only be described as nun-themed decor. Get in the habit (sorry) with their Krispy Kreme bread pudding, their Ruben dip or their crabby tots, but be warned that portions are very generous.
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Birds of a Feather Restaurant & Scotch Bar
1712 Aliceanna St.
Don't let the fact that it's a Scotch bar fool you. This is a casual, neighborhood haunt with a cozy fireplace. It's got that dive bar feel but with knowledgeable bartenders who can get you whatever kind of Scotch or whiskey you're craving.
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1730 Thames St.
This staple of Fells Point since 1975 has live music 365 days a year. Yes, every day. It's also known for its great views of the water and its crusty bartenders. A must-visit for Baltimore visitors who want a flavor of the authentic Fells Point.
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1626 Thames St.
"The Horse" as it's known to its regulars, boasts of being the oldest continually operated saloon in America (before, during and after Prohibition), as well as being the last spot Edgar Allan Poe was seen alive. Whether its ghost stories are true or not, this old-timey tavern in a Colonial-style building has good pub fare, an impressive beer list, and a welcoming ambiance that draws many return visitors.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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700 S. Broadway
This quirky little establishment has the distinction of being a Pittsburgh Steelers-themed bar in the heart of Baltimore Ravens country. Despite that central conflict, Todd Conner's has exceptionally good bar food in a good old-fashioned dive bar atmosphere, which has earned it a loyal following in Charm City.
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737 S. Broadway
Max's touts itself as having "East Coast's largest fresh beer selection," which is a lot. While they do have a food menu, at Max's it's really all about the beer. The place plays host to several annual beer-themed events, including the Annual Belgian Beer Fest, Rare & Obscure, Hopfest and American Craft Beer Week. They have beer specialists available to find whatever it is you're seeking.
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708 S. Bond St.
For such a solid tavern atmosphere, One Eyed Mike's has a surprisingly diverse menu. What began in 2003 as a Grand Marnier bottle club has grown into a neighborhood staple which is a little removed from the rest of the Fells Point bars.
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1700 Thames St.
This traditional Irish pub opens at 7 a.m. every day and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. They're staunch soccer (aka football) fans, and regularly appear on "best of Baltimore" lists for their food and drink options (as well as their friendly service. And a heads-up: the name is pronounced "slan-cha."Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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801 S. Ann St.
Housed in a building that dates back to the 1700s, this beer-centric pub has its own microbrews. It takes its name from the affectionate term for seafarers and retains much of the character of the taverns of the early days of Baltimore's seaport.
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