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Bachelorette dinner recs in Inner Harbor/Fells Point/Canton area?

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ShakenNotStirred Jun 8, 2010 07:13 PM

Philly hound here, in search of a fun, casual place for a bachelorette party dinner for 20+ ladies. We're trying not to break the bank here, so I need some moderately-priced ideas.

Thanks!

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    chefdilettante Jun 9, 2010 04:49 AM

    With that many people, you'll likely need a private room. Pazo would fit the bill and has a lively bar for before/after dinner.

    http://www.pazorestaurant.com/

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    Pazo Restaurant
    1425 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21201

    1. 1000yregg Jun 9, 2010 09:22 AM

      B&O Brasserie is a great place for drinks and food as well

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        ShakenNotStirred Jun 9, 2010 03:26 PM

        Chefdilettante - I've been to Pazo and loved it, but I think the food there is a little fancier than what I think the bride is looking for. Thank you for your recommendation though.

        1000yregg - Thanks for the tip. I'm going to check it out.

        Anybody else have any advice?

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        Pazo Restaurant
        1425 Aliceanna St, Baltimore, MD 21201

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          a70wilson Jun 10, 2010 05:46 AM

          Diablita Cantina at Central and Bank (Harbor Eastish) has fairly tasty Mexican food, a small free parking lot 1/2 block away (pay lot across the street), yummy sangria, and a back room that I am not sure could hold 20, but it would be pretty darn close. Definitely casual.

          http://www.diablitacantina.com/

          1. baltoellen Jun 10, 2010 06:16 AM

            Here's what I'd do for fun, casual, and inexpensive:

            Rent the second floor of the duckpin bowling alley at Patterson Bowl, on Eastern Avenue. Get a bunch of pizzas from Matthew's Pizza, less than a mile away, also on Eastern. Bring your own beer, etc., and have a uniquely Baltimore time.

            I've had and been to parties just like this in the past, and they are always great. And memorable.

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