Best Bars and Restaurants to Watch the Game

There’s nothing better than catching your favorite team in action while chowing down on a juicy burger. Baltimore has tons of sports bars and restaurants where you can do just that! From the Ravens to the Orioles, you can see all your favorite Baltimore teams while sipping on a brew and treating yourself to amazing cuisine. Here are the best bars and restaurants in Baltimore to watch the game.

GAME

The name says it all – GAME is one of the best spots to catch a game in Charm City. What some sports fans don’t know, however, is its name also refers to the old-school arcade games featured in the restaurant. Enjoy the big game on the big screen while lounging on comfy leather seats. Belly up to the bar to sip on some rare whiskey and cognac. And the best part? Fine-tune your ski-ball skills at the same time! GAME has six pool tables, two ping-pong tables and a variety of treasured arcade games like Pac Man and the lot. Check out GAME at 1400 Warner Street in Baltimore.

Mother’s Federal Hill Grille

Mother’s is a Ravens fan’s paradise! Tailgate on the purple patio during every Sunday home game, when the parking lot turns into a fan frenzy. To boot, Mother’s is just a stone’s throw from Camden Yards. Get up-close and personal with the Orioles on big-screen TVs while munching on amazing pub grub and cooling off with a brew. Mother’s has more than 20 beers on tap with another 60-plus in bottles – all with an emphasis on Maryland breweries. Arrive in time for drink specials and happy hour, where Mother’s provides $3 Miller Lite and $2.75 Bud Light drafts! Mother’s has three locations, but the Federal Hill spot is a sports fan’s delight.

Pickles Pub

Pickles is the place to be on game day. During Orioles and Ravens games, fans flock to this famed pub cheap eats and fan-demonium. Pickles serves up classic pub grub in a family-friendly sports environment. It’s a homerun away from Camden Yards (a pride point for the sports pub) and is filled to the brim before home games. Pickles’ expansive menu features everything from the famous Crabby Patty to the Whiskey Island Pulled Pork. The pub also has more than 10 beers on tap. Pickles is located at 520 Washington Boulevard.

Turp’s Sports Bar & Restaurant

Baltimore sports fans rush to Turp’s for amazing game-day specials. The historic brownstone can be seen from a mile away. Order up some elevated pub grub, which includes everything from wings and burgers to pizza and lobster mac-and-cheese. Why not snack on Baltimore Wings, seasoned with Maryland’s own Old Bay seasoning? Wash down the amazing food with a cold brew or some tasty sweet tea. Order online or by phone for an expedited food process. Watch the next game at Turp’s, located at 1317 North Charles Street.

City Limits

Head to City Limits for good ole’ American eats. This laid-back sports bar is known for its happy hour specials, which feature $4 drafts, rails and wines. Sports fans can enjoy watching the Ravens and Orioles in action on one of several flat-screen TVs while chowing down on pulled pork sandwiches, steak fajitas, crab cakes or the famous Fatty Addie burger. Don’t forget the Sunday Brunch, happening from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. each weekend. Head to City Limits for any sports game at 1700 East Fort Avenue in Baltimore.

Don’t Know Tavern

Not sure where to watch the game? Head to Don’t Know, the answer to all unsolved questions. Sports fans enjoy great beer, good eats and live music on select weekends. The Oriole Bird painted behind the bar is a nod to the tavern’s dedicated fan base, which flocks inside to catch all the games. Don’t Know Tavern prides itself on its diverse menu, which features many fan-favorite meals and snacks. The restaurant serves up everything from loaded crab tots and chowder to beef burgers and open-faced sandwiches. Don’t Know Tavern is a great place to catch all the excitement of the Orioles, Ravens, Blast and Brigade.

Sliders Bar and Grill

Sliders is another popular pit stop for Orioles fans headed to Camden Yards to catch the game. The pub is within arm’s reach (771 feet, to be exact!) of the stadium, making for a great pre or post-game chomping spot. Or, skip the stadium altogether to catch the game on one of the many big-screen TVs. The pub offers a more affordable meal option than what fans might find inside Camden Yards, and arguably a tastier one to boot. The consolidated game day menu includes fan favorites like soft pretzel sticks, buffalo chicken dip, loaded nachos and chili cheese dogs. Check out Sliders Bar and Grill, located at 504 Washington Boulevard.

Gameday Firehouse

For the best tailgate in Baltimore, hit up Gameday Firehouse. It’s a sports fan’s dream – a firehouse open to the public to cheer on the Ravens, Orioles and more. Eat and drink alongside Baltimore’s finest firefighters while rooting for the home team. The spot also features live music, all-day drink specials and other fan incentives. Catch the action at 1202 Ridgely Street in Baltimore.

Wiley Gunter’s

Baltimore sports fans rave about Wiley Gunter’s, Locust Point’s largest beer selection. Fans choose from more than 100 beer choices in a historic building, which has served as a bar since 1940! Watch every game on one of 12 high definition TVs while enjoying upscale pub grub. The menu includes chicken Caesar wraps, half-pound burgers, Cuban sandwiches and crab dip. Game day specials are all the rage. Fans enjoy discounted appetizers, including chicken tenders, bloody marys and IPAs. Wiley’s is located at 823 East Fort Avenue in Baltimore.

Frank & Nic’s West End Grille

Frank & Nic’s proudly claims that the grille is the best way to fuel any game day, and Baltimore sports fans put that theory to the test nearly every weekend. This spot is known for seafood-infused American fare, such as calamari, crab mac-and-cheese and Atlantic salmon. Fans also enjoy a large beer menu plus crafty cocktails, including the famous West End Crush and West End Margarita. Frank & Nic’s opens at 10 a.m. for Sunday home games and stays open until the last whistle. Catch the action at 511 West Pratt Street in Baltimore.