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jck May 27, 2009 07:52 AM

I must meet someone in the area just south of Patterson Park on Friday. Is there a nearby place to grab a burger/sandwich and beer? Looking for a place to sit at the bar since I will be a single. Thanks. jck

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    bordeauxfan May 27, 2009 09:43 AM

    How about Annabel Lee Tavern, a few blocks southeast of PP?

    http://www.annabelleetavern.com/

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      brewsky55 May 27, 2009 10:17 AM

      I agree, Annabel Lee is good and you're fine to sit alone. They have resurrection ale from Brewer's Art, so that's always good!

      If you go to Butcher's Hill by the park, Life of Reilly is a good Irish Pub, they have burgers. On E. Fairmount Ave
      http://www.thelifeofreilly.com/welcome.htm

      If you go Canton side of the park, check out Yellow Dog Tavern on the corner of Potomac and Foster.

      Another good parkside restaurant is Three, on the corner of Linwood and Baltimore St.
      Good atmosphere, appetizers, have sandwiches and entrees.
      http://threebythepark.com/

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      gregb May 27, 2009 10:17 AM

      Kislings

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        chowsearch May 27, 2009 10:20 AM

        Yellow Dog is a good place for talking and the food is good.

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        jeffcisme May 27, 2009 01:51 PM

        I was visiting from Seattle last week, had some great food at the Annabel Lee tavern. (by myself at the bar)

        1. BmoreHound May 29, 2009 01:44 PM

          Probably too late but there are probably twenty places you can go.

          **Sharkey's is right on Eastern Avenue and it's definitely a burger/beer type of place.
          **I'd second Annabel Lee's and also suggest Birches as both have really good food.
          **Some other places: Geckos (SW); Yellow Dog (more upscale); Saute (bit further from the park); Kislings and Tyson's Tavern (closer to Fells Point); Bleachers (sports bar); NicDevin's and Lagers are a bit further away from the park too (both are typical Baltimore bar).

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