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  • Fleet Street Tavern cleans up well

    Fleet Street Tavern cleans up well
    Nearly two decades ago, Rob Coyle helped his friend Rich Mackey open an Irish pub in Washington. It went well — Mackey's Public House is still open on L Street — and the two friends agreed, back then, to open another bar should they ever get the chance.
  • Warm charm emanates from Candi Marie's

    Warm charm emanates from Candi Marie's
    Crime is a part of everyday life across Baltimore, but many residents in Southeast Baltimore — including this writer — have watched a cloud of concern grow darker over the neighborhood since the start of the year. In Canton and the adjacent...

    Ravens bar of the week: Frazier's on the Avenue in Hampden

    The sports bar Frazier's on the Avenue has been a staple in Hampden since the mid-'90s, so naturally it has its share of regular customers. Morgan King, a co-owner along with his brother, Ray King, says his longtime regulars have only two destinations...

    Swallow at the Hollow does bar food justice

    Swallow at the Hollow does bar food justice
    The Swallow at the Hollow might be a dive bar, but don't let that scare you away from the menu. It's worth a try. The north Baltimore bar's history stretches back to the '40s, when it was a combo barber shop and bar. In recent years it has been a...

    Playoff Sports Bar and Grill falls in line with the competition

    Playoff Sports Bar and Grill falls in line with the competition
    There's a Greene Turtle less than five miles away from Playoff Sports Bar and Grill, which opened in Reisterstown early in the year. A Buffalo Wild Wings sits even closer, a quarter-mile down the street. With standard pub fare and more TVs than a Best...