A pretty comprehensive list of snow day specials around Baltimore

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By Ethan McLeod and Brandon Weigel

Baltimore’s restaurants and bars (and their loyal patrons) are taking advantage of the snow day. Since you may be growing restless watching the snow pile up, we’ve rounded up a thorough list of drink and food specials happening today around the city.

Hampden

Avenue Kitchen and Bar: $4 draft beers, $5 house wines, $15 crab cakes and a limited menu with burgers and salads. Happy hour starts at 2 p.m.

Golden West Café: Vegan cheesesteak tacos and house-made tortilla chips. Normal happy hour.

Holy Frijoles: $4 margaritas, $3 Dos Equis drafts, $5 El Boilermakers (Tecate and rail tequila), $2 “Rites of Spring” shooters and $4 Union Brewing Snowpants drafts (free if you’re not wearing pants), plus free pinball, all until 7 p.m.

Mount Washington

Mount Washington Tavern: Half-priced Maryland beers, $3.90 drafts, $5 glasses of wine, prime rib meal with potato and salad, and also $2 Narragansett and $4 rail pints.

Station North

Joe Squared: Buy one pizza, get a same-sized cheese pizza for free.

Roland Park

Alonso’s: All you can drink wine after 8 p.m.,half-priced bottles of wine all night.

Mt. Vernon

Wet City: Serving up four beers from the Williamsport-based Cushwa Brewing Co., including three different styles of New England IPA and a chocolate stout.

The Brewer’s Art: As Baltimore magazine first noted, the restaurant and brewery is putting its barrel-aged Charm City Cherry on draft.

Downtown

Phillips Seafood: Happy hour in the bar and lounge until 7 p.m.

Sliders Bar & Grill: $.50 wings, $7 pitchers, $5 Fireball

Federal Hill

101 Deli Bar: $7 spiked cider with Jamaican rum.

Das Bier Haus: Drink specials all day.

The Rowhouse Grille: $4 drafts and $8 burgers all day.

HomeSlyce: Half-priced bottles of wine (with a food purchase) and jazz music.

Locust Point

Barracudas Locust Point: Specials on cream of potato soup, Guinness mussels, Patty’s potatoes and crab melt with chips.

Hull Street Blues Cafe: Serving kid-friendly hot drinks and drinks for adults, including mulled wine, hot toddies and spiked coffee, hot chocolate or hot ciders.

Harbor East/Little Italy

The James Joyce Irish Pub and Restaurant: Whiskey Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m., featuring flights of Tyconnell, 25 percent off featured whiskies and 10 percent off all Irish and Scotch whiskies.

La Tavola Ristorante Italiano: Wine Wednesday featuring 50 percent off and a free dessert with the mention of the Facebook ad we linked to.

Fells Point

DogWatch Tavern: $8.99 for any sandwich and side.

The Greene Turtle: $15 all-you-can-drink through 4 p.m.

The HandleBar Café: $6 Irish coffees all day.

Kooper’s TavernAll-day happy hour, which includes $4 rails and draft beer, $5 Guinness, $5 select wines by the glass and $7 select appetizers.

Max’s Taphouse: Pint Night ($1 off refills, and keep your glass as a souvenir) from 5-8 p.m. Featured beers include Union Brewing’s 3rd Stone, Fraggle Rock, Pink Flamingo, Skipjack and Duckpin.

The Point in Fells: $4 wines and draft beers, $5 call drinks and bombs, $6 crushes, until close.

Canton

Annabel Lee Tavern: $5 off crab cakes

Baltimore Taphouse: $4.50 Sierra Nevada Pale Ales, $2 Natty Boh’s, discounts on liquor drinks and free cheese balls.

Bartenders Pub: Happy Hour with $6 Danny Manhattans and $5 Bowman Bros. Virginia Whiskey, until 7 p.m.

El Bufalo Tequila Bar and Kitchen: Happy hour from 4 to 7 p.m.

Lee’s Pint and Shell: $2 Miller Lites and $5 Smirnoff Bombs all day.

Looney’s Pub Canton: “Snow party all day long,” which probably means drink deals.

Mahaffey’s Pub: Three beers for $6 from noon to 7 p.m., 50 cent wings from 3 to 10 p.m.

Portside Tavern: Starting at 4 p.m., half-off burgers, $1 oysters, $3 Miller Lites, $5 Jameson shots; also have steamed shrimp and honey sriracha wings on deck.

Highlandtown

The Laughing Pint: $5 Founders Porter, hazelnut hot cocoa and honey Hot Toddy’s, until 7 p.m.

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