Need a plan for Canton
I am trying to plan an evening for ny husbands 45th and was thinking we'd go to Birches (maybe)-we may have a group of 12 or so. So what should we do after we eat dinner? I am embarassed to admit I haven't been to Canton in many many years. Is there any bars with music you recommend for a mixed group ages 40-75 -so no club scenes or meat markets please. Also if you 'd like to make another suggestion besides Birches that would be just peachy too!
I haven't been to Birches, but there was a rather lively discussion about this restaurant on the Dining@Large blog. Depending on your point of view, this may want to make you go there less or more. Anywho, it's pretty interesting:
Well that is interesting and now I am totally second thinking b/c I didn't know the biz was for sale...and the possibility of a meltdown of some sort scares me. I emailed asking if it would be horrid to have 10-12 people at their bar and bar tables and if I purchased the food but the individuals could get their drinks from the bar...the response will be interested.
Howevah---my question will now be where should be eat in Canton that is chilled out doesn't have to have music--could be seated dinner or food/drinks at the bar. Anyway, thanks for that interesting read. Certainly won't bring that up here.
Birches is quite nice. Other suggestions in Canton include Jack's Bistro, which offered a delicious beer list and good atmosphere. For later in the evening, I would suggest Annabelle Lee for drinks. I find that most of the square (with exception of Helen's Garden or potentially Claudaugh's is overwhelmed on the weekend). Live music is a bit harder to come by (but we have only been in B'more for approx. one year...you might check into the Creative Alliance based in Patterson Park.
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