Sinfully good bar fare and good times at Ale Mary's in Fells Point

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October 27, 2005|By KAREN NITKIN | KAREN NITKIN,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

Give a place an "I worship beer" name and plop it in the heart of Fells Point, and it's bound to attract its share of characters. But Ale Mary's might get more than most. Where else can you hear patrons curse the Ravens in a setting that's made to look like a confessional?

Brothers Tom and Bill Rivers, who were raised Catholic, opened Ale Mary's on St. Patrick's Day and named it for their wives, both named Mary. They found real holy water fonts for decoration, wrote their daily specials on hymn boards, and paneled the walls with little screened windows, to resemble confessionals.

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