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Fourth of July specials and events at Baltimore bars and restaurants

Baltimore-area restaurants and bars are rolling out the red, white and blue as they ready to host parties and offer promotions for the July Fourth holiday.

Below are some of the establishments offering everything from events with prime views of the Inner Harbor fireworks to barbecue supplies for home cookouts.

The 13th Floor in Mount Vernon will host a fireworks viewing party from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. from its location atop the Belvedere. Guests can dine at the Owl Bar on the building’s first floor for free entry to the 13th Floor; otherwise admission is $10. The venue will offer a full cash bar and festive snacks. (1 E. Chase St., 410-332-1000, belvedereandcoevents.com)

Boathouse Canton will offer an $18 prime rib special including two sides and dessert. The restaurant’s outdoor bar, Dock Bar, will also serve a special menu including ribs, chicken and more. (2809 Boston St., 410-773-9795,

boathousecanton.com)

Clyde’s of Columbia will host a fireworks viewing party from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. offering dinner, beer and wine for attendees. Reservations are $75 per adult, $40 for guests ages 12 to 20, and $20 per child under 12. (10221 Wincopin Circle, 410-730-2829, clydes.com/columbia)

Explorers Lounge at the Royal Sonesta Harbor Court in the Inner Harbor will offer a special watermelon-blueberry cooler cocktail throughout the week. The bar will serve the cocktail ($10), which contains pureed watermelon, lemon juice and blueberry vodka, from July 1-8. (550 Light St., 410-234-0550, sonesta.com/us/maryland/baltimore/royal-sonesta-harbor-court-baltimore/explorers-restaurant-lounge)

The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grille is offering $25 off catering orders of $150 for July 4. (multiple locations, thegreeneturtle.com)

Little Havana in Federal Hill will host a Bay of Pig Roast party from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. July 4. Admission is free and the restaurant will host live music throughout the evening. (1325 Key Highway, 410-837-9903, littlehavanas.com)

Live Buffet at Live Casino & Hotel in Hanover will serve a Maryland-style bull and oyster roast from July 1-4. The special buffet, $39.99 per person, will include roast beef, a raw bar, beer-steamed shrimp and more. (7002 Arundel Mills Circle, 443-842-7000, marylandlivecasino.com)

Guests who visit Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament in Hanover can receive discounts for reservations made between June 26 and July 9 with the code JULY417. (7000 Arundel Mills Circle, 866-543-9637, medievaltimes.com)

Modern Cook Shop in Fells Point will offer Fourth of July cookout packages for $59. The package, suggested for four people, includes six burger patties, six house-made sausages, a quart of house-made pulled pork, four barbecue chicken breasts, brioche buns, pickles, mustard, sliced cheddar, sliced tomato and onions, potato salad and market salad. Orders are due by June 29 for pick-up July 3 or 4.550 Light St., 410-234-0550, sonesta.com/us/maryland/baltimore/royal-sonesta-harbor-court-baltimore/explorers-restaurant-lounge)

Parts & Labor in Remington is taking holiday orders for those who plan to cook out at home. The butcher shop and restaurant is offering meats including brisket ($12 per pound), boneless ribeye ($29 per pound), burger patties ($8 per pound) and pulled pork ($20 per quart); sausages ($12 per pound) with flavors such as beer bratwurst, currywurst and kielbasa; and breads like burger buns, sausage rolls and rye loaves. Orders are due July 1, with pick-up July 3. (2600 N. Howard St., 443-873-8887, partsandlaborbutchery.com)

Rusty Scupper will host an Independence Day crab feast with a view of the fireworks from its Inner Harbor deck from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. The restaurant will offer an unlimited buffer of crabs, shrimp, Maryland crab soup, hot dogs, hamburgers, country fried chicken, corn on the cob, salads and more. The party will include live music by DJ Dance Masters. Reservations are required, and tickets are $115 for adults and $59 for children 10 and under, not including tax and gratuity. (402 Key Highway, 410-727-3678, rusty-scupper.com)

Participating Roy Rogers locations, including those in Gambrills, Pasadena and Westminster, will offer a fried chicken special June 30-July 4. The chain will offer a 12-piece fried chicken meal with biscuits and two large sides for $19.99. (multiple locations, royrogersrestaurants.com)

Sandlot in Harbor Point will host a Fourth of July party from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. at its waterfront digs. The event, which carries a $10 cover charge ($5 for kids 12 and under, and free for infants), will include two live bands, games, multiple food stations and beer from Dogfish Head Brewery. (1000 Wills St., facebook.com/sandlotbaltimore)

The Turn House in Columbia will be open from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. July 4, offering happy hour prices and $1 oysters all day. (11130 Willow Bottom Drive, 410-740-2096, theturnhouse.com)

Wine Market Bistro in Locust Point will serve a three-course “picnic prix fixe” for $32. The menu includes options like watermelon gazpacho, cornmeal fried oysters, barbecued prok ribs, shrimp and grits and bourbon cola bread pudding. (921 E. Fort Ave., 410-244-6166, winemarketbistro.com)

Wit & Wisdom at the Four Seasons Baltimore is hosting a Fourth of July party with views of the Inner Harbor fireworks. The restaurant will serve classic American cuisine by chef Zack Mills, including an oyster-shucking station, from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.. It will also offer a snowball machine, face painting and other activities for kids. Tickets are $125 for reserved seats, $75 for standing room only and $45 for children 12 and under. (200 International Drive, 410-576-5800, witandwisdombaltimore.com)

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