Resurrection!. The upstairs at the BA is all class - a tastefully refinished Victorian-era rowhouse. The basement is where happy hour is best, with brick walls, low ceilings, and nooks of tables. It is fun in ways that places like Bohager's wishes they could be. The food is fabulous, but the reason to go is the BA's own brews. Cerberus - as in the triple-headed guard of Hades - has three times the alcohol of your regular beers, and wonderufl taste. Other offerings are ample and appeal to even the snootiest of beer snobs. The most popular, by far, is Resurrection - a dark golden brew that just begs for continual sipping, it is so fine and full-bodied. By far the best of Baltimore beer.
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One of the best places in town. Couches, a fire place, 14 foot ceilings. The beer is excellent and cheap every night until 7 p.m. ($1.75 or so for double strength, microbrewed 16 oz beers).
Downstairs is a rougher, people in black rathskellar. The food is great and changes daily.
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Brewer's Art. It's a chill place to hang out with friends. Their drinks are pretty cheap, and their beer is their own special brew. All in all, a pretty fun place. Very low-key, but can get a little loud on the weekends. Also, it's gay-friendly.
wonderful beligan beer. GREAT belgian style beer - the best the states have to offer.. downstairs is a warm dungeony type place, great ambiance, wonderful drinks, nice bartenders.. good food [pricey though, definitely NOT your average bar munchies though].. upstairs is a stylish and somewhat pricey restaurant.. great hangout spot downstairs, lovely romantic dinner spot upstairs
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