Baltimore are you ready for some Sunday night football? Our Baltimore Ravens are playing the Pittsburgh Steelers. This game is our most important game this season. This victory should solidify our place in the playoffs and winning the NFC North. I am not our Baltimore Sports Examiner, Steve DeClue (who writes the greatest up to date Baltimore sports articles) so allow me to talk about 5 places where to eat and watch the game tomorrow.
When an important game like the Ravens Steelers game is being played, the tendency is to gather and watch it as a group. Why not go downtown and watch it? I am recommending my 5 favorites places. I would encourage you to use the free Charm City Circulator to get around downtown Baltimore. For more information, click here. Also for $3.50 you could park at a MTA light rail or subway station and ride the rail or subway to the game. You not only save money but you can use that extra cash for dinner or happy hour. Click here for more information. I have listed my favorite places to watch a game and make sure you have fun and wear your purple. GO RAVENS!
1) Kona Grill 1 East Pratt St. Baltimore, MD 21202 (Phone) 410-244-8994
This new feature to the Baltimore Inner Harbor is not only beautiful but has a delicious cuisine. I watched part of a game and enjoyed myself. Kona Grill has happy hour on Friday-Sunday from 11 pm-1am and during the week Monday-Friday from 3-7pm and Monday through Thursday 10pm-midnight. Make sure you try the sushi and potstickers. Compliment your food with a beer, cocktail or wine. The prices are reasonable so make sure you make a stop to Kona Grill. Click here to view Kona Grill’s menu.
2) Flemings 720 Aliceanna Street, Baltimore, MD 21202 (Phone) 410-332-1666
Flemings is knows for their delicious steaks and exceptionally cheap happy hour. Flemings has a nice bar scene and the prices are too reasonable. Flemings has a daily happy hour called 5 for $6.00 till 7. There are five appetizers, cocktails, and wines for $6.00 until 7pm. I have gone to Flemings before a Ravens game it was a great stop before the game. Try the shrimp with the tropical martini. Make sure you put Flemings on your list to watch the game. Click here to view Flemings menu.
3) Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion 720 B Aliceanna Street Baltimore, MD 21202 (Phone) (410) 659-0099
I do love Roy’s for any occasion and the Aloha hour is another reason. Not only is the food great and reasonably priced but the bar scene allows watching a game fun and interactive. I would suggest the potstickers and the mai tai to drink. Aloha hour is from 4:30-6:30pm from 6 days a week excluding Saturdays. Click here to view Aloha Hour and here to see all the menus.
4) McCormick & Schmick’s 711 Eastern Ave. Baltimore, MD 21202 (Phone) 410-234-1300
Yes McCormick’s is knows for their extremely cheap happy hour but the set up of the bar allows for patrons to enjoy the food, game and atmosphere at the same time. There is a special gameday menu. I would suggest fish tacos and some ginger ale. Have fun and make sure bring your friends. Click here to see the gameday menu.
5) Outback Steakhouse 4215 Ebenezer Road, Baltimore, MD (Phone) 410-529-7200
Outback has a great bar setup and I went to Outback and watched a game. I was at dinner and able to watch the game. May I suggest the coconut shrimp and a sprite. Have a great time and you will have no regrets. Outback does not have happy hour but the prices are very reasonable and there is plenty of free parking.
Make sure you visit these places any day of the week. All of them have exceptional food and an unforgettable atmosphere. To be continued but in the meantime, GO RAVENS!