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Bar/Restaurant to watch the SB in Baltimore

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Hey guys!

Ill be in Baltimore on Feb 3 so Id like to watch the game in a bar or restaurant in town.

Im from Canada, so I dont really know any good sports places. Also should I reserve a seat?

Thanks!
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[quote name='Purple Nurple' timestamp='1358742414' post='1323080']
Lol. Any bar or restaurant. Seriously. Where are you staying?
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Yeah, that's what I thought ahah. But any suggestions of a good place to go, food and ambiance wise?
I just really don't want to walk around the streets and go to a really crappy place that doesn't have tv, or that is already full...

I'll be staying in Washington, but I'll be in Baltimore in the morning to visiting and drive around town.
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How cold is in Baltimore right now? Wondering how much clothing I should bring to BAL... assuming I can in fact make reservations.
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[quote name='ruitcys' timestamp='1358744876' post='1323239']


Yeah, that's what I thought ahah. But any suggestions of a good place to go, food and ambiance wise?
I just really don't want to walk around the streets and go to a really crappy place that doesn't have tv, or that is already full...

I'll be staying in Washington, but I'll be in Baltimore in the morning to visiting and drive around town.
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Hit the Inner Harbor. It'll be awesome.
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Will M&T Bank open up and show the game on the jumbotron? I've seen other teams/sports do this for the championship games.. does the Ravens do such a thing?

I live in DC, but will definitely be making a trip up to Bmore to watch the game.
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[quote name='Purple Nurple' timestamp='1358745471' post='1323275']
Hit the Inner Harbor. It'll be awesome.
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horribble suggestion. never take a suggestion for where to go in Baltimore from someone that lives in Florida.

Hit up Federal Hill, Fells Point or Canton (listed in order of preference). You'll have tons of choices within blocks of each other.
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[quote name='EricH' timestamp='1358894894' post='1326493']
I believe in 2001 they had the screens playing in the stadium...
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That would be nuts.. Hit up M&T for the game, then to Fed Hill to celebrate the win. Then the victory parade. What a way to end Ray's career.

Also, anyone know if there will be a send-off this weekend for the Ravens at the stadium?
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This could be a CRAZY question... but does any one know of any "family friendly" super bowl viewing parties in Bmore? The wife and I want to go to Bmore for the game, but our kids are really excited about the Ravens being in the show as well.

Thanks
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[quote name='BallHawker' timestamp='1358810449' post='1324841']
Will M&T Bank open up and show the game on the jumbotron? I've seen other teams/sports do this for the championship games.. does the Ravens do such a thing?

I live in DC, but will definitely be making a trip up to Bmore to watch the game.
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Any clue?
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[quote name='BallHawker' timestamp='1359437170' post='1333842']
Any clue?
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Not that I know of, I remember the AFC Championship game in 2000 they did that and charged about $10 a head and donated it to charity. Since I see you are live in the DC area, you could join the Baltimore Ravens Northern Virginia-DC Metro fan group Super Bowl meetup at Rock Bottom Brewery in Ballston Commons Mall in Arlington as a alternative to driving to Baltimore. We have a $5 a square contest where the winner gets 2 free tickets to the home opener and the halftime winner gets 2 tickets to Ray Lewis's celebrity summer bowling event, proceeds go to the Ray Lewis 52 foundation. If you decided to drive to Baltimore get there as soon as possible because I've heard some Ravens fans on other message boards are hitting the local bars at noon for the Super Bowl to get a good seat.
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In the City, downtown,Canton, Federal Hill and Fells Point are your best bet, but parking is going ot be the problem, because those places are going to be packed.
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