Crazy Lil’s banishes hunger with a massive menu of meaty burgers, spicy chalupas, and more than 10 kinds of macaroni and cheese. Dairy-loving diners can warm up with an appetizer of Chesapeake tots, topped with crab dip and cheddar jack ($11), before moving on to bacon- ($12) or broccoli-cheddar- ($13) trimmed mac 'n' cheese. The fromage-phobic may delve into non-cheesy specialties, including pierogies and bratwurst served with a spicy bourbon mustard ($11.50), or a chipotle-chicken chalupa, which tastily toasts palates as it twists tongues ($9). Peckish philosophers sate themselves on the paradoxes of Lil’s Hell Yeah burger, whose ground beef, bacon, and sautéed onions come in the mayonnaise-enriched grip of two grilled-cheese sandwiches ($12).
All Stars Sports Bar's chefs sizzle up hearty pub grub within a lively eatery boasting a long, sleek bar and a roomy, wood-floored dining area. Recharge stomach batteries with a meaty burger or a cheesy mini pizza while admiring the gallery of wall hangings depicting athletic triumphs and mathletic algorithms. Ice-cold gulps of domestic draft beer, smoothly poured into glasses by one of the enthusiastic and often jersey-clad bartenders, complement chew-infused conversations about stats, fantasy football, or the ancient practice of mascot husbandry.
Every week, you leave the dojo and wish you had a good place to invite your classmates and Sensei Jim to come hang out. With today's Groupon to Don’t Know Tavern, you'll be able to kick up your social life a few belt colors. For $15, today’s Groupon gets you $35 worth of hearty fare and drinks at the sports bar and grill in Federal Hill.
In the black-and-red dining room, underneath hand-chalked blackboards that proclaim daily specials in bold print, fresh-baked pies travel from oven to table loaded with toppings. The customized pizzas come in two shapes, the traditional round 18-inch pies and the ‘slyce’ pizzas, which, like the holes in many Venetian canal walls, are canoe shaped. The outdoor patio lines each side of Home Slyce’s corner building, where wings, sandwiches, and calzones wash down easily with craft brews, wines, and domestic drafts.
The Feisty Goat Pub’s kitchen crew enhances a menu of hearty American grub with an upscale culinary twist. Hunks of fresh-baked baguette scoop up creamy crab dip ($11) made from succulent jumbo lump crabmeat, and white-corn tortilla nachos ($12) heave under the weight of beef chili, melted cheese, and sour cream, which extinguishes the heat of accompanying spicy jalapeños by screaming “Stop, drop, and roll!” at the plate.