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burnell

Where to watch Superbowl in Baltimore or in PA

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I live near Lancaster PA, where Ravens fans are rare. The last thing I want to do is watch the game in a tavern full of obnoxious Steeler fans. Where can I go in Lancaster PA, York PA, Hunt Valley, Timonium, Towson, Mt. Washington, or even in downtown Baltimore to watch the game? I'd prefer there to be:
1. more than 2 tv's, it would be a wasted trip if 100 people are standing in front of the only tv in the place.
2. allow kids. I have kids so taverns that do not allow children are out. That eliminates most of Federal Hill.
3. Game sound not music. I tried McCormicks and Schmits but they have 2 tv's and play music instead of the game sound.
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York has Hooters, Tailgaters and Cobblestone
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[quote name='burnell' timestamp='1358869067' post='1325753']
I live near Lancaster PA, where Ravens fans are rare. The last thing I want to do is watch the game in a tavern full of obnoxious Steeler fans. Where can I go in Lancaster PA, York PA, Hunt Valley, Timonium, Towson, Mt. Washington, or even in downtown Baltimore to watch the game? I'd prefer there to be:
1. more than 2 tv's, it would be a wasted trip if 100 people are standing in front of the only tv in the place.
2. allow kids. I have kids so taverns that do not allow children are out. That eliminates most of Federal Hill.
3. Game sound not music. I tried McCormicks and Schmits but they have 2 tv's and play music instead of the game sound.
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If you're coming all the way down to Baltimore, Pratt St. Ale House is a decent spot for people with families/kids.
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[quote name='flaccopoe' timestamp='1358874527' post='1325885']
Not to sound like a hater, but this should have been posted in the [i]Ravens Fans Unite [/i]Thread.
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And now it is.
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