Any Pats bars in Baltimore?

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  1. captain stone

    captain stone Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    According to my Comcrap digital menu, if I scroll far enough, the 1pm game on CBS is Steelers @ Browns (I thought it would be Dolphins @ Deadskins).

    Can anyone recommend a sports bar in Baltimore to see Pats - jest?

    We are living, for one year, north of downtown, inside the 695 loop, just off I-83, 5 miles west of Towson.

    If I can't find one I like, then I'll drive back up to Hershey with the wife & kids, and they'll drop me off at the Bear's Den, while they continue to the Renaissance Fair near Mt. Hope, where their Irish dance school will be performing.

    Obviously, I would rather go not to a rabid ravens/Murderers HQ, but instead to a more franchise-neutral place.
  2. old 55

    old 55 Supporter Supporter

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    I have watched the Pats at the ESPNZONE across & down the street from Football and Baseball stadiums. They typically have various TVs tuned to all the different games being played at any time. It's not a "Pats" bar, but may cover you in a pinch.

    If you get down to Alexandria VA, Murphy's is the DC area Pats bar.

    I generally stay home and catch them on NFL Sunday Ticket.
  3. skri65

    skri65 Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    Any Pats bars in D.C.??
  4. danny88

    danny88 Banned

    You guys are classic! Any ravens bars in Boston!? My money says there are not many pats bars in D.C. Home to the most valuable franchise in the NFL ( Redskins) and also a hop skip and a jump from Raven country.

    I was on the jets board and ran into the same question by a jets fan. Any jets bars in Boston. Haha I know right. Yea there is one in Roxbury crossing under the bridge in the old abondoned house. Dont let the looks fool ya, wear all your jet gear and be ultra obnoxius and drunk.
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  5. Pat the Pats Fan

    Pat the Pats Fan In the Starting Line-Up

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    captain stone

    you might try Glory Days Grill on Joppa Road and LaSalle Road. It's not far from your location. They have numerous screens and show multiple events, although I don't know if they have sunday ticket..
  6. FrreeeBird

    FrreeeBird Rookie

    Didn't see anything in the other forums, but if anyone knows of a good patriots bar in yonkers/nyc let me know.
  7. ClevTrev

    ClevTrev Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job

    All Glory Days Grills have NFL Sunday Ticket. We have one in Herndon, VA.
  8. captain stone

    captain stone Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    I forgot the espnzone. I could take the light rail, about 1 mile from our apartment, then walk a few blocks to the Inner Harbor.

    Murphy's sounds interesting. It's a bit of a drive, but on a Sunday morning, the traffic shouldn't be bad. And it would be nice to watch a game with Pats fans, for a change.

    Thanks for the suggestions, '55.

    Thanks, Danny '88, for your thoughtful advice. Your help is much appreciated.
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  9. Phoenix111

    Phoenix111 Banned

    I'm in the same boat, live near Baltimore and would obviously much rather watch Pats/Jets than Skins/Dolphins. ESPNZone is a good call though, never thought of that.
  10. Snake

    Snake Third String But Playing on Special Teams

    If there are any FOX Sports Grill Restaurant/bars on the east coast, go there. They have all the games.
  11. Eugene Chung

    Eugene Chung Practice Squad Player

    The Greene Turtle on York Rd. in Towson is great if you don't mind seeing a lot of Ravens fans in their Camo pants. We usually went to the Turtle or the Rec Room for Pats games when I was down there for school. I know there is a Sox bar in Fed Hill near Riverside and Gittings but I'm not sure of the exact address. Hope this helps.
  12. Phoenix111

    Phoenix111 Banned

    You went to Towson too huh? Never been in the Turtle on Sundays, but you're saying they play a lot of games there?
  13. Eugene Chung

    Eugene Chung Practice Squad Player

    I should add that it's a big mix at the Turtle so the Ravens fans are usually quiet (unlike Huckas and the Gin Mill in Canton which are Ravens/Murderers HQ as you so aptly described). Just lookout for the purple camo pants.
  14. Eugene Chung

    Eugene Chung Practice Squad Player

    I actually went to Loyola but our section of York Road isn't very safe as you may know (like a real-life version of the Wire). We tried Alonzo's on Cold Spring but it was an Eagles-fan HQ so we ended up going to Towson or Canton Square. Portside and Looney's were great for games but filled with Ravens fans. The Turtle in Towson had the most mixed crowd which was great considering I went to games with fans from a bunch of teams.
  15. pats1

    pats1 Moderator Supporter

    Two words for you guys, and I'm astounded you haven't heard of this yet:

    Murphy's Patriots
  16. DarMan

    DarMan On the Game Day Roster

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    I live in Packer country but any sports bar with the NFL ticket I walk into with my Seau jersey on is a Patriots bar.
  17. mgcolby

    mgcolby Woohoo, I'm a VIP!!! Supporter

    Actually there are two boston bars just outside of DC in Old Town Alexandria. Murphy's and Bugsy's (more hockey oriented). Most go to Murphy's but both are Boston Bars.

    Sometimes you should think before you speak! ;)
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  18. captain stone

    captain stone Veteran Starter w/Big Long Term Deal

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    Thanks to Eugene Chung, ClevTrev and Pat the PF for their recommendations; I think that I will take Pats1's advice, and make the trip to Murphy's in Alexandria, to see what the fuss is about. It's not like the kids will be stuck in the apartment, waiting for me to entertain them; so this might be the best chance I have to go. It has to be better than sitting at home, alone in my misery, or joy.
  19. jbb9s

    jbb9s In the Starting Line-Up

    Most of the bars on Arlington Blvd have heavy contingencies of Pats fans including that Irish place in the Balston Mall (Bailey's?). In the city proper, I would say that the first bar across the Georgetown Bridge on M street with all the underage coeds has a good NE crowd (and the best MNF deals in the city with wings and whatnot). A lot of people go to the ESPN Zone by the MCI center but I don't support a place with $14 hamburgers and it can get pretty damn crowded too.

    Sorry for being vague, I just don't have a ton of time to look these places up anymore and I haven't lived in the city for a few years.
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