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Multi-tiered seating ensures you’ll have a great view, and food and drinks are also on the evening’s menu.Grab a pint at this family-owned brewery and restaurant to start—or finish—your night out at the beach.
Grab a burger and frozen cactus pear margarita at celebrity chef Bobby Flay’s Bobby’s Burger Palace, try your luck at the slots, and check out the table games.You don’t have to go far to enjoy the live music, either—acts perform right in the middle of the casino floor.Dine on this trendy restaurant’s farm-to-table offerings, then head to the rooftop deck for an after dinner drink or two.Best of all, it’s not an “open” karaoke bar—you get your own private karaoke room, so the only people you’ll embarrass yourself in front of are your friends.Take in a Monday night football game, hit Comedy Tuesday or dance to DJs and live music at Martini’s Restaurant and Lounge, a modern bistro in Fort Washington with entertainment that goes until 2 a.m. Arrange for VIP service with designated high-top tables, leather couches and personalized wait and bottle service for a truly unforgettable night out.If you’re looking for action-packed fun—we’re talking everything from dueling piano shows to gourmet pizza to hip nightclubs—look no further than this marketplace across from the Inner Harbor that just may be the epicenter of Baltimore’s nightlife.
On the weekends, live music surrounds the square’s outdoor bars.
Since opening as the New Embassy, the theatre has hosted dozens of plays, comedies, musicals, films, rock bands, touring acts and symposiums, so you’re sure to find something to fit your tastes and mood.
Motor over to Bengies Drive-In for some good old-fashioned family fun.
If you’re in the mood for munchies, snack on Irish nachos made with tater tots, egg rolls or fried pickles.
The original Embassy Theatre opened in 1931, and today the New Embassy has been renovated to return it to its classic art deco glory.
Go indoors for a varied selection of clubs, bars, live music venues and restaurants.