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Staying in Fells Point on Saturday night. Looking for a great brunch on Sunday.

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Christina D Feb 11, 2013 06:21 PM

Good food is a must, as are good drinks (I'm thinking hair of the dog will be necessary). Is there anyone nearby that makes a proper mimosa and/or bloody mary?

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    gregb Feb 12, 2013 08:11 AM

    Slainte makes a very good Bloody. Their food is OK.

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      MCinBMore Feb 12, 2013 01:44 PM

      Ale Mary's has a nice brunch with $3.00 bloody marys. Interesting neighborhood bar -
      http://www.alemarys.com/mpage5_2011.htm

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        Christina D Feb 12, 2013 02:40 PM

        I've been to Slainte for brunch and yes, their drinks are good, but you're right...the food is just OK.

        Went to Ale Mary's for dinner a few months back and liked it a lot. The brunch menu looks interesting...maybe we'll give this a shot.

        Thanks!

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        Hue Feb 12, 2013 04:04 PM

        Zee Mean Bean has a Jazz Brunch on Sunday's...can't speak for how the drinks are...food is great!
        http://www.zemeanbean.com/menu.htm

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          youami Feb 13, 2013 05:13 AM

          I like Alexander's. If you're looking for bottomless bloodies, Red Star and Kooper's do that. One Eyed Mike's has an array of mimosas and bloodies. I'm more of a savory brunch person, and although it's not brunch per se, Thames St. Oyster House opens at 11:30 and is excellent.

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