MostBest Baltimore | Sports Bars

There are 61 sports bars in Baltimore. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

When it comes to picking the ideal sports bar, four questions should come into play: How many beers do they have on tap and in bottles, how’s the food, and what’s the TV situation? These three spots pass the test!

MAX’S TAPHOUSE

via Flickr user Thomas Cizauskas

via Flickr user Thomas Cizauskas

Max’s Taphouse has 140 beers on tap, 1,200 bottled beers, their food is incredibly tasty, and they have 18 TVs. They also host tons of fun events, like Trivia Thursdays and $6 32oz Big Ass Draft Happy Hour on Fridays. Stop by Max’s to never go hungry, never be thirsty, and never miss a second of the game.

Be Sure To: Try the Caribbean Jerk Wings

735 S Broadway(410) 675-6297
www.maxs.com

SLAINTE IRISH PUB & RESTAURANT

via Flickr user Something Ferdinand

via Flickr user Something Ferdinand

Easily one of our favorite spots for an awesome pub fare dinner, Slainte Irish Pub & Restaurant has a food menu that leaves competitors in the dust. On top of the grub, they have a clear view of the Inner Harbor, outdoor seating, and a massive drink selection. While it’s well known for being a soccer bar, they have a ton of TVs that have all the sports you’re looking for.

Be Sure To: Come for a soccer game!

1700 Thames St
(410) 563-6600
www.slaintepub.com

THE PRATT STREET ALE HOUSE

via Flickr user A.Currell

via Flickr user A.Currell

Pratt Street Ale House crafts all their brews in house, even offering tours to those passionate about the beer making process. The interior is spacious, and with all those TVs, there’s really not a bad seat in the house. With great Happy Hour specials and specials specific for local sporting events, it’s one of the most unique spots to catch a game.

Be Sure To: Indulge in a Crab Pretzel

206 W Pratt St
(410) 244-8900
www.prattstreetalehouse.com

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