The Venue

The skinny on local clubs

March 22, 2007|By SAM SESSA

Muir's Tavern

This corner bar is a slice of old-school South Baltimore.

Where -- 36 E. Fort Ave.

Notable -- Muir's also sells packaged goods. But don't look for any out-of-the-ordinary brands on the shelf. One time we asked for a six-pack of Yuengling, and the bartender told us they don't sell imports.

Vibe -- Little, if anything, about this place has changed for decades. There's some Baltimore sports memorabilia on the walls and a reddish-orange neon sign in the window facing the street.

Crowd -- Some young neighborhood residents, but mostly people in their 40s, 50s and older. Muir's is fairly small and can get rowdy from time to time.

What to wear -- Jeans. Anything fancier will turn heads.

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