The seasoned chefs at Waterman's Tavern outsmart hunger and thirst with an upscale pub menu showcasing more than 90 brews. Sweep meaty cravings under your lip curtains with the half-pound bison burger smothered in American cheese ($10.95) or try the tavern meat loaf, a medley of beef, veal, and pork glazed with a sauce as sweet and smoky as a candyland forest fire ($12.95). Hoppy delights, such as Sam Smith's Organic and Stella Artois ($2.25–$6), cleanse palates, and french baguettes and tortilla chips escort Waterman's crab dip with cheddar cheese ($12.95) into vacated belly hovels. Seal the meal with homemade bread pudding inundated with irish cream and vanilla, tossed with chocolate chips and crowned with whipped, spiked, and iced creams ($5.95).
Outside Severna Park Taphouse, you can hear the clink of a horseshoe, or the thud-and-slide of a little bean bag sinking into a board during a game of cornhole. Inside, the beer bar proudly displays a huge array of craft beer bottlecaps and labels along its bar, where the staff pours cold ones from 28 rotating taps and pops the tops off of more than 75 bottled selections. Proudly a family-friendly spot, the kitchen serves up a kids menu alongside adult-sized burgers, blackened rockfish tacos, and tangy homemade buffalo-chicken dip.
When it comes to seafood preparation, its seems like the culinary minds at Fifer?s Seafood have thought of just about everything. Every cooking method is fair game?broiling, deep-frying, steaming, and serving it up raw?as long as it enhances the natural sweetness and subtle flavor of each ingredient. They pile platters to the rafters with hand-peeled shrimp, flaky filets of haddock, and quarter-pound crab cakes, and they shuck fresh oysters and clams to pair with classic accoutrements and a squirt of lemon. Seafood even adds an extra punch to some of Fifer?s other options, such as Angus beef burgers crowned with housemade crab dip.
To complement these maritime feasts, bartenders serve pours of liquor and wine behind a tiki-style bar, which also features more than 15 beers on tap. Drinks in hand, diners gather around the dining room?s solid-oak tables, which are surrounded by aquatic d?cor and high-definition televisions broadcasting sports.
Though it has only been open since February 2013, The Firehouse Pub has already established itself as a place with its own traditions. Free plays on the jukebox ring throughout the bar every Monday; on Wednesday and Friday, karaoke brings in the dulcet tones of patrons belting out their favorite songs. Each Thursday, corner pockets consume stripes and solids during free pool games in the billiards corner, where hanging flat-screen TVs keep players abreast of the latest sports and competitive woodworking coverage. The same goes for the TVs hanging above the bar, where bartenders pour wine, mixed drinks, shots, and domestic and imported beers. The rest of the time, The Firehouse Pub welcomes an ever-changing lineup of live DJs and musicians to its main stage.
Red Eye's Dock Bar is renowned for its bikini contests, but it's also a great place to eat with the family. It's the perfect summer spot for boaters, bikers, parrot heads, and business-folk alike. Sit outside on our huge outdoor seating area, right on the water, or up in our cool, air conditioned inside bar.
Hearken the sweet sounds of singer-songwriter Pete Yorn strumming to the rock 'n' roll rhythms of his upbeat, laid-back tunes during his upcoming concert at Rams Head Live!, a venue that plays host to some of the country’s top national, midlevel music acts. Since the release of his debut album in 2001 and hits such as "For Nancy ('Cos It Already Is)" and "Crystal Village", Pete has actively toured with the likes of Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Dave Matthews Band, and more, garnering a reputation for bearing the voice of an angel and the long, flowing locks of an angel’s unemployed uncle.