Thrillist DC named today the 15 Baltimore bars it deems “worth an overnight stay.”  

“There’s a reason Baltimore is called “Charm City.” There’s no need to seek out “good service” because everyone’s default is set to not-a-jerk,” the story reads, and we agree. “And around every bend is a cool corner bar staffed by bartenders with impressive facial hair, mixing stiff drinks at even more impressive prices. Oh, and the bar grub’s got game, too.”

Head over to the hotspots listed below before they become inundated with a bunch of Frank Underwood types. (We’ll settle for the one who plays him on TV Netflix…Rumor has it his favorite bar is Rye in Fells Point.)

Thrillist’s List Best Baltimore Bars:

Annabel Lee Tavern – Canton

Alewife – Downtown

B&O American Brasserie – Downtown

Bad Decisions – Fells Point

Birds of a Feather – Fells Point

Brewer’s Art – Mount Vernon

Fork & Wrench – Fells Point

Maggie’s Farm – Lauraville

Max’s Taphouse – Fells Point

Of Love and Regret – Brewer’s Hill/Canton

Owl Bar – Mount Vernon

Rye – Fells Point

WC Harlan – Remington

Wit & Wisdom – Harbor East

Woodberry Kitchen – Woodberry

Read the full story here.

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Susan Dunn

Susan Gerardo Dunn is the founding editor and publisher of Baltimore Fishbowl.