Sports Bars in Middle River

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  • Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery
    Don’t let the shepherd's pie, fish 'n' chips, and draft beers fool you. Though Tilted Kilt snatches up the best cultural fragments of Scotland, England, and the Emerald Isle, the eatery started in Las Vegas. Restaurateur Mark DiMartino sought to combine the communal, rousing feel of pubs in the British Isles with the campy fun of American sports bars, pairing hearty food and traditional trappings with televisions and waitresses clad in mini kilts and alluring plaid halter-tops modeled after William Wallace’s eveningwear. Since its founding, Tilted Kilt locations have popped up in 25 states and two Canadian provinces, serving all manner of hybrid dishes such as the Scottish cheese steak, the Sloppy Jane made with sliced turkey or shaved rib eye, and the Tilted Guilt, an ice-cream sundae perched atop a cookie.
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    8133 Honeygo Blvd
    Nottingham, MD US
  • Playbook Sports Bar and Grill
    Chow down on all of your pub favorites at Playbook Sports Bar and Grill. Those looking to shed a few extra pounds are advised to put their diet on hold, as Playbook Sports Bar and Grill serves anything but a low-fat menu. Drinks are also on the menu here, so visitors can start the night off right. Playbook Sports Bar and Grill is known for its happy hour deals and steals. Playbook Sports Bar and Grill has a large dining room, making it easy to seat large parties. A dance floor is on hand for folks ready to boogie the night away. Those with sensitive ears may want to stay away from this restaurant, though, as it can get quite loud. Bring the Playbook Sports Bar and Grill's great food to your place. Playbook Sports Bar and Grill is surrounded by endless parking, including options for valet, street and garage parking. Prices are downright affordable at Playbook Sports Bar and Grill, with most items well under the $15 mark. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all available at Playbook Sports Bar and Grill.
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    6700 German Hill Rd
    Dundalk, MD US
  • Greene Turtle
    To get a sense of The Greene Turtle's commitment to the neighborhood, one need only sit at the bar and look up. Dozens of mugs hang above the counter, emblazoned with the pub's logo and a unique number—each one belongs to a recurring patron. The Mug Club awards its members with draft-beer discounts and other specials, but more importantly, it allows loyal patrons to feel as though they own small slices of the venue without tattooing their names on the bartender's arm. This sense of shared familiarity is what fuels the entire franchise, which refrains from calling its locations "restaurants" in favor of friendlier terms: gathering places, communities, havens. Many of the locations contribute more than mugs to their districts. Staff members who participate in the annual Tips for Tots program donate the entirety of one day's tips to a nearby Toys for Tots initiative, and Tuesday Funds for Friends events benefit local organizations. These efforts have been chronicled by press sources such as Food and Drink magazine, with features that liken The Greene Turtles' philanthropic generosity to the generous portions of comfort food that leave the kitchens. From cheeseburger sliders and flatbread pizzas to handmade lump-crab cakes, the offerings on the menu embrace barroom traditions along with ingenuity. The steak and chicken entrees arrive with classic sides of green beans and yukon gold mashed potatoes, whereas the eastern shore mac ‘n’ cheese updates a comfort staple with chopped bacon, lump crab, scallions, and Old Bay seasoning. Diners can enjoy their meals by the glow of private flat-screen TVs—there's one in every booth—or beneath one of many larger televisions broadcasting sports games throughout the venue.
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    830 Market Street
    Westminster, MD US
  • Don't Know Tavern
    Munch on tasty pub grub at Don't Know Tavern. Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet. Round out your meal with a little tipple — Don't Know Tavern has a terrific drink list, including beer, wine, and more. Unwind on a budget, and enjoy happy hour's low-cost beers and simple eats. You'll want to save quiet conversations for another spot, though — the restaurant can get noisy. Fridays and Saturdays really bring in the crowds, so make sure there's space for you by calling ahead for a reservation. Folks tend to dress down at Don't Know Tavern, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the restaurant. The restaurant has catering services as well. Drivers can find a space for their wheels on the street when dining at the restaurant's Light St business. Meals at Don't Know Tavern are affordable, with the average tab amounting to about $30 per person.
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    1453 Light St
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Elliots Pour House
    Just above the open window of Elliott's Pour House, there's painted a row of draft beer taps. Look inside that window, and you'll discover that the paintings are merely a taste of what's in store. Behind the bar, 20 colorful taps bear the names of craft breweries such as Star Hill, New Belgium, and Oskar Blues. Guests sip on pints of craft beer or the locally beloved Natty Boh (also on draft) as they watch NFL games on the TVs or play ping-pong on the bar's own table. Elliott's is known for taking care of its regulars, who are rewarded with perks such as a $10 gift card for every $100 spent or enrollment in the Draft Club, which begins with a ritualistic bath in beer foam.
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    3728 Hudson Street
    Baltimore, MD US
  • Mt Washington Tavern
    Finger fare dominates the appetizer menu, including meaty chipotle-barbecue shrimp hugged in grilled bacon strips and kissed with cheddar grits ($12), local and New England artisanal cheeses served with fruit and blueberry honey ($14), and southwestern eggrolls ($8.95). Those in search of greener grub will appreciate the fresh nine salad offerings. The farm salad ($11) features chilled hunks of chicken tossed with crumbled goat cheese, sliced green apples, grape tomatoes, and dried cranberries. For lunch, grilled cheese grows up with Tavern's farm-fresh take on the classic ($8.25) in three different styles. Main dinner courses include aged-USDA-beef selections, such as the brandy-flamed New York strip tavern steak ($27), and jumbo day-boat scallops pan seared and coated in decadent lobster butter ($25). Vegetarians can take solace in the vegetarian sauté, a garden blend bedded atop wild-mushroom risotto ($20).
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    5700 Newbury St
    Baltimore, MD US

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