Ravens bar of the week: Townhouse Kitchen

Surprising deals at Harbor East sports bar

  • Townhouse Kitchen and Bar is the Ravens bar of the week.
Townhouse Kitchen and Bar is the Ravens bar of the week. (Gene Sweeney Jr., Baltimore…)
January 10, 2013|By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun

When considering where to watch a Ravens playoff game, Harbor East doesn't come immediately to mind — or really at all. It's a place for fancy dinners and shopping sprees, not for cheap beer and bar food.

Townhouse Kitchen and Bar is an exception, even if the industrial-chic bar doesn't look it. With its modern artwork, open space and touch-screen taps at select tables, it's a bar that certainly feels as if it belongs in Harbor East. But on Saturday, it will likely be a sea of purple, and many of those fans will be enjoying reasonably priced food and drinks, thanks to Townhouse's surprisingly good gameday offers.

Drinks: Townhouse offers $10 buckets (five bottles each) of domestic beers, including Bud Light, Budweiser and Miller Lite. A $2 beer is a good deal in any neighborhood, but in Harbor East, it's a steal. Blue Moon, Townhouse's beer of the month, will cost $3 all day. And if you're looking for a craft beer, Townhouse has an impressive selection of taps — but remember you'll be paying full price on Saturday.

Food: Beer and football is a time-tested marriage, missing only one thing: wings. Townhouse will offer all-you-can-eat wings all day Saturday for $14.99. That's only slightly more than what most bars charge for a single order, making this deal a no-brainer.

Atmosphere: Townhouse, while attractive, is a sports bar at heart. Expect like-minded fans in purple staring at the many flat-screen TVs all over the large space.

Parking: Metered on the street. There are also parking garages within walking distance.


If you go

Townhouse Kitchen and Bar, at 1350 Lancaster St., is open 11 a.m.-2 a.m. daily. Call 443-268-0323 or go to townhousebaltimore.com.

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