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Fells Point bar One-Eyed Mike's heads to auction

One-Eyed Mike's, a Fells Point bar known for its Grand Marnier Club, is heading to the auction block. The bar at 708 S. Bond St. will be auctioned onsite on June 30 at 11 a.m. The sale includes the business; the three-story building that houses the bar and three apartments above; the bar's liquor...

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