Baltimore Bars with Outdoor Seating

Sipping in the sunshine
by Drink Baltimore on Mar 13, 2012 in Roundups
Baltimore Bars with Outdoor Seating

When the weather is warm, there’s nothing better than sipping a brew, cocktail or glass of wine outside – it just makes the world seem right. Here’s a guide to spots around town where you can accomplish just that! (Note: We'll be continually updating this list throughout the season; if you have a suggestion, please leave it in the comments!)

Canton

Bay Cafe: With palm trees and sand this outdoor bar gives the ambiance of being at the beach

Bo Brooks Restaurant: Canton’s location helped revitalize the neighborhood in 2000 and has a happy hour every day of the week

Canton Dockside: A favorite spot for crabs right along the water in Canton

 

Downtown

Joe Squared: Located in Power Plant Live, drink a free pint of beer outdoors with the purchase of a pizza on Sundays

Leinenkugel’s Beer Garden: With over 30 craft drafts and its convenient location right in Power Plant Live, Leinenkugel’s has quickly become a hot spot

Pickles: Battle the crowd during an Orioles home game and stand outside with a beer

Pratt Street Ale House: This Ale House serves Oliver’s beers on tap and has extensive seating within walking distance to the harbor and Camden Yards

Sliders: Another Orioles fan hangout, there is ample outdoor standing room

 

Federal Hill/South Baltimore

C&R Pub: Find out the difference between a cowboy and a redneck at this bar with an indoor/outdoor balcony

Little Havana: The mojito at this casual Cuban-inspired restaurant is a refreshing outdoor treat

Mezze: A popular Federal Hill Mediterranean spot that serves tapas-style dishes

Mother's: The Purple Patio celebrates all things Ravens in the bar’s parking lot

Mr. Rain’s Funhouse: The outdoor balcony is mostly for eating but you can sit and enjoy a drink and the eclectic decor when it’s not busy

Ryleigh’s Oyster Bar: There is an indoor/outdoor balcony at this Fed Hill staple by Cross Street Market

The Tiki Barge: A pretty self explanatory tiki bar and pool on a barge in the Inner Harbor

 

Fells Point

Bertha’s: This Fells Point spot one of the more popular places in the city to eat mussels

Kooper’s Tavern: This tavern’s beer list is expansive and somehow even more delicious outdoors

One Eyed Mike's: Walk past the endless bottle of Gran Marnier to get to the cozy back patio

The Point in Fells: Listen to live entertainment and enjoy a specialty cocktail at this casual yet upscale restaurant

Slainte: A great place to watch the game and soccer, in particular

Thames Street Oyster House: Serving traditional seafood dishes from Maryland, the Mid-Atlantic, and New England

Waterfront Kitchen: Aptly named and located right between Harbor East and Fells Point, Waterfront is a great place to have a bite or a drink with a view

Woody's Rum Bar: This popular bar overlooking the harbor lives up to its reputation as Best Bar to get Day Drunk

 

Highlandtown

The Laughing Pint: “The nicest little bar in Baltimore” gets a little bigger when the weather gets warm and its outdoor lounge opens up

 

Inner Harbor

Charleston Restaurant: This revered restaurant consistently wins awards for its delectable menu

Edo Sushi: One of four locations around the Baltimore area, Edo is right near the National Aquarium

Hard Rock Cafe: Enjoy a view of the harbor with frequent live music

Kona Grill: The rather large and diverse menu at Kona is best enjoyed outdoors

La Tosca: This local chain has five locations and prides itself on its authentic Spanish food

McCormick and Schmick: With an amazing location on the Pier, this seafood giant can host a lot of patrons in its outdoor seating

Rusty Scupper: With a great view of the Harbor, Rusty Scupper has three levels, a large bar, and a lounge

Talara: Art deco interior, salsa dancing, and mojitos abound at this Inner Harbor bar

Tir Na Nog: This Irish chain’s Baltimore location is within a stone’s throw of the USS Constellation

Watertable: Fresh and locally grown contemporary American right near the Inner Harbor


Harbor East

James Joyce Irish Pub and Restaurant: Enjoy authentic Irish pub food while sitting under one of the outdoor umbrellas

 

Mount Vernon

Howards: This small spot just above the park has an outdoor back patio with a real local feel

Waterstone Bar & Grille: A Mount Vernon wine bar that serves Mediterranean and Italian plates


Photo via Flickr user Raoul Pop


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