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Chella Jul 6, 2007 11:25 AM

I'm trying to think of places to go this summer for casual drinks with friends where we can sit outside. Any help adding on to my very short list would be greatly appreciated!

Arcos
Gardels
DuClaws

And while we're at it, what about restaurants with outdoor seating?

Kali's Court
Kawasaki
City Cafe

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  1. baltoellen RE: Chella Jul 6, 2007 01:05 PM

    You may want to search through old posts for this. There are at least two that are pretty comprehensive. My vote, though, is the outside patio at One Eyed Mike's.

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      Chella RE: baltoellen Jul 6, 2007 01:39 PM

      Thanks! I did actually try to search, but wasn't too successful in finding what I was looking for. Do you happen to have a link?\

      I hadn't heard of One Eyed Mike's - will check it out!

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        baltoellen RE: Chella Jul 6, 2007 03:09 PM

        here is at least one thread on the topic. there was also one more recently.
        http://www.chowhound.com/topics/177945

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      charm city cindy RE: Chella Jul 6, 2007 01:49 PM

      There's a bar called Woody's in Fells Point... It's pretty fun. Accessible from Slainte's but also has it's own little entrance next to Maggie Moo's.

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        jgail RE: Chella Jul 6, 2007 02:23 PM

        Restaurants with outdoor seats: Wine Market, Donnas, Gertrudes, B, Ambassador, new restaurant in Little Italy where Luigi Petti was (I can't remember name), Bay Cafe I believe has outdoor seating - quite casual- Donnas or Wine Market might be better choices for drinks and dinner. Ambassador setting is beautiful in the garden but the food is Indian.

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          mobtown999 RE: jgail Jul 6, 2007 07:32 PM

          New restaurant at Luigi Petti is called Petalo. Mix of Middle Eastern, Italian and American food. Word is to stick with Middle Eastern - the owners also run Afghan Kabob downtown.

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          mobtown999 RE: Chella Jul 6, 2007 07:29 PM

          There is outdoor seating at:

          Duda's (Thames & Bond)
          Lulu's Off Broadway (incl. courtyard) (Aliceanna just east of Broadway)
          Little Havana - waterfront - (Key Highway)
          Shucker's - waterfront - (Broadway Pier - Brown's Wharf)
          John Steven Ltd. - courtyard - (Ann & Thames)
          James Joyce (President & Aliceanna)
          Tyson's - courtyard - (Fleet & Chester)
          Bay Cafe - waterfront -(Boston St.)
          One Eyed Mike's - courtyard - (Bond St.)
          Peter's (Ann & Eastern)
          Woody's (Broadway & Thames)
          DuClaw (Bond & Thames)

          That's just what pops off of the top of my head in my neighborhood (except Little Havana). I know there are some more in Canton & I'm sure I'm missing some just in Fells Point. Cheers!

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            a70wilson RE: mobtown999 Jul 7, 2007 09:39 PM

            Was just at Pickled Parrot in Canton (Elliot St.) tonight - not only do they have a few sidewalk tables, but they have the covered side porch. Solid bar food (with a couple of veggie options for me - although limited) and reasonably priced. Three of us got out for about $45.00 including tax and tip, with 2 of the crowd each having 2 beers.

          2. ko1 RE: Chella Jul 7, 2007 06:07 AM

            Chameleon Cafe also has a few outside tables.

            1. dantastic RE: Chella Jul 7, 2007 08:03 AM

              Add to the list Three (Patterson Park), Birches (Canton), and pretty much anyplace in the Canton can company if you don't mind the parking lot view. Nick's Fish House has a great deck right on the water and decent drinks and munchies.

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