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ESPNU in Baltimore

pomme de terre May 15, 2008 07:47 AM

Does anyone know any bars that have ESPNU and decent food where I can watch the NCAA lacrosse tournament this weekend? I'll be in Annapolis for the Saturday games, but I need something for Sunday.

I live in Hampden and my dad lives in Catonsville, but we can travel for decent TVs and decent food.

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    SGI RE: pomme de terre May 15, 2008 10:22 AM

    Since you're in Hampden, try Rocky Run on St. Paul St. Given its proximity to JHU and a bunch of TVs, I imagine they'll have the tournament on. Call ahead at 410-235-2501 to double-check.

    MaGerk's in Federal Hill is sure to have the tournament on and they have quite a few TVs. Slainte in Fell's Point has some TVs and would likely already have it on or put it on givena request.

    Also, don't forget your basic sports bars around town - City Limits on Fort Ave.:


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      MDicecreamguy RE: pomme de terre May 15, 2008 10:27 AM

      I would bet my mortgage payment that you can watch those games at the ESPN GRILL at the Harbor !

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        Hue RE: pomme de terre May 15, 2008 10:32 AM

        I would also bet the any of the GREEN TURTLE locations will be tuned in!!

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          MarcDC RE: pomme de terre May 15, 2008 10:34 AM

          green turtle, espn zone, and prolly magerks

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            matt8313 RE: pomme de terre May 15, 2008 01:19 PM

            If Kolper's is still open, that's probably the closest possibility.

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              insidecharmcity RE: pomme de terre May 15, 2008 03:12 PM

              Last time I was there (2006 football season), Mad River Grill in Federal Hill had ESPNU.

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                matt8313 RE: insidecharmcity May 15, 2008 05:56 PM

                Oh, I forgot about Mad River. That would be my recommendation -- for combo of number of TVs, quality of (bar food, quality of booze, and pleasantness of place to spend three-ish hours, it's far and away my favorite in town. Good rec.

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