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Ropewalk Tavern to close for renovations, add bowling and games

Ropewalk Tavern in Federal Hill will close July 1 for renovations as the establishment says it will add bowling, games and a new menu. In a Facebook post, the tavern said the business is expected to be closed July 1 to Oct. 18, when it will open with a “24th Anniversary Party.” The changes will...

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