Good for Sports, Not for Food.
You have to give the ESPN Zone props for what they do well - that is immersing you in the sports experience. As a restaurant, it is average at best. The wait for a restaurant its size is too long. Waiting for a drink at the bar is too long. Waiting to get your food is too long. And the food, average taste at an average value. The good thing is that you'll have a lot of time to watch whatever game you're viewing.
Bring the family: This sports mecca delivers hearty food and entertainment overload.. The Scene More than a restaurant, it's practically a recreation center. The second floor is filled with state-of-the-art video games, air-hockey tables and batting cages. Sports fans can watch one of many TVs broadcasting the latest game, from NFL and NBA to cycling and golf. The Food Indulge your sports craving as you feed your gut. Cuisine runs the gamut from standard bar burgers and sandwiches to chicken and broccoli pasta or buffalo chicken salad. The chicken Caesar sandwich combines tender chicken breast, Caesar dressing and crisp lettuce, all tucked inside a buttered sesame bun. Sticky-sweet bourbon and maple syrup sauce makes the grilled pork chops great, but the cheese fries, dripping with melted cheddar, bacon and sour cream, are amazing. Reasonably priced and served in big portions, ESPN Zone's food fits the sports-infused atmosphere like a glove.
Out of towners.
This place is good for out of towners. It is not in the best location for locals, it is small and pricey. Just because it has the name ESPN on it does not make it a great sports bar. Even if you are from out of town, go to any of the other bars and you will have a better time Hon!
EPSN THE REAL ZONE.
If you're a tourist with more money than taste, this is your place. Fair price food, in surround-sound setting for all members of the family. It's a shrine to American sport, with an inspiring menu, just like the sports arenas sell at outrageous prices. The prices vary but the food is great especially for kids. (mostly finger food that have different values). Was taken in with friends visiting from out-of-town. Friends make sure that you do take your friends to this place. If you have kids, they'll enjoy the games. If you enjoy watching televised sport, you'll love it.
If you're a tourist with more money than taste, this is your place. Overpriced, mediocre food in surround-sound. It's a shrine to American sport, with an uninspiring menu (mostly saloon food that's poor value). Was dragged in with friends visiting from out-of-town. Friends wouldn't make friends take them to this place. If you have kids, they'll enjoy the games. If you enjoy watching televised sport, you'll love it. If you want a decent meal in a relaxing atmosphere, this isn't the place.
what were you thinking?.
This is really a tourist nightmare. It is long lines overpriced food and loud kids everywhere. This is not what a sportsbar should be. Go to Fells Point for a better time and more for your money
I high recomend the ESPN Zone.
I have to differ with the majority of the comments made about the ESPN Zone. Yes, it is a place that is geared towards sports fanatics, but it is not just a place for the men. I am a female and I enjoy going there with my friends all the time. I don't go there for the food, which by the way impressed me, I go there to have fun and play games. It is not a place for everyone, but I am in my 20's and I still love a place that lets me play video and arcade games while I wait for my food. And no one seems to mention the open bar they have either which is another high point for me. I think it is all personal taste so I recomend you try it out for yourself.