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Night Clubs in Hanover, MD
2733 Annapolis Rd
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I went on a Friday and the music was very good. Good mix of old and new school R&B and Hip Hop with Club and Reggae included. The music is broadcasted on Magic 95.9 Baltimore. DJ Julian I believe is the resident DJ on Fridays. Plenty of space inside the club and the club is divided into 2 major sections. Nightclub/Sports Bar. Relaxed dress code. Jeans allowed but only with a collard shirt and shoes. I don't know the dress code on Saturdays. Fridays are for the grown 30+ crowd and Saturdays are for the younger crowd. The club's appearance needs an upgrade. The drinks are a bit high compared to other spots I can name. There is a big parking lot which provides free parking and the club provides ample security. I had a good time mainly because I enjoyed the music and I will return.
2.Howl at the Moon
22 Market Pl
This show was great! Although the Stone Pony was a little to small of a venue for this type of show, everyone seemed to have a great time, and Limp Bizkit didn't miss a step. They played very few radio hits such as, Take A Look Around, and Break Stuff, but they made that up by playing other songs from their albums that weren't "radio hits", with songs including
3.Mad River Bar & Grille
1110 S Charles St
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I go there to drink with my boys: Booger, Zelda, Dat Phan, Fat Ricky, Slimy Guadeloupe, Alvin, Red Heather, Potassium, Greg, Snail Horse, Polaroid Polar Bear, Gillberg, Steven Anders, Carlito, Spit, and Lil' Shuffle. Drinks aren't not good. I miss my Sister (RIP Angela....kids, wear a helmet yo!)
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4.Cat's Eye Pub
1730 Thames St
Great place to catch some funky local bands and even an occasional surprise headliner.
5520 Pennington Ave
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6.Platinum Club Inc
5520 Pennington Ave
7.Dempsey's Brew Pub & Restaurant
333 W Camden St
1609 Laurens St
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608 W Lexington St
10.Sip Kitchen & Wine Bar
801 Key Hwy
200 E Pratt St
916 Light St
Night ClubsBarsHookah BarsTaverns
absolutely terrible service. the hidden fees are not explained. they have a small sign that reads " we have the right to add gratuity to any bill" ; but you'd only see the sign if you are already fed up with the horrible service and are standing by the cashier to complain about the automatic gratuity added to your bill. Even then, they did not take our complaint with a smile, or tried to explain it to us, they just pointed at the sign. Our waitress, who also claimed to be the manager and said she was filling in for an employee , was clearly drunk. she would come to our table, put her arms around our necks !! , and with her alcohol breath, would explain the menu items to us or apologize for the delay in service. In the first round, it took her 20 minutes to realize she doesnt remember what flavor we ordered for hookah, and had to come and ask us again. i would strongly suggest against this hookah bar. there are many good hookah lounges in fed hill, fells and mt vernon that are worth a try. but zeeba is not one of them. in summary: overpriced menu items. hidden fees, " we have the right to add gratuity to any bill" $8 corkage fee for wine and spirits, $1 for beer. the hookah has quality tobacco, but is prepared poorly. uncomfortable seating, unprofessional manager
1315 Bloomingdale Rd
2432 W Baltimore St
10 E Cross St
Had my birthday there... great time had by all
1722 N Charles St
Awesome dance club! Especially if you like house music. We find people there to be very friendly!
17.Kenny B's Blue Marlin
118 Williams Ave
THIS BAR ROCKS IF YOU DIDN'T KNOW WHERE IT WAS , YOU PROBALY COULDN'T FIND IT. ITS LOCATED ON THE CORNER OF SOLLERS PT & WILLIAMS AVE. THEY HAVE KARAOKE FROM TUE THRU SATURDAY. THEIR PRICES ARE CHEAP AND THEY HAVE ALOT OF BLUE COLLAR WORKING PEOPLE JUST HAVING FUN.
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600 Water St
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Totally FAB Darling. My partner and I enjoyed an evening out in Celebration of our union in The Westcoast- We tied the knott in Palm Springs, our lovers get-a-way for forever! Our time there at your establishment was a night to remember. Huge Selection of Cigars, VERY friendly help, everyone seemed to be happy and the electric in the air for new cigars and sharing and information . . . so fab learning how to cut and light a cigar the right way. I even had my first cuban given to me by a very handsom fellow. (Sorry Dan!) I had to mention it! Thanks whoever you were! Smooch, Smooch! Totally recomend it but note, it's very strong and manly type environment . . . . Just what we wanted! :)
2306 Boston St
4825 Belair Rd
21.Baltimore Comedy Factory
5625 Odonnell St
Saw Faizon Love a few weeks ago, he was great, the new room is spacious and great views. I recommend
700 Aliceanna St
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Award-winning chefs at Apropoe's create fresh, modern American cuisine using sustainable ingredients from local farms and our own rooftop garden. Apropoe's features heart-healthy, gluten-free and vegan options, and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. The bar is a festive atmosphere for Happy Hour and evening gathering.
23.The Giggle Box Comedy Club
3134 Eastern Ave
Providing guests with a ONE of a kind experience while introducing them to some of BALTIMORE'S funniest comedians.
124 Market Pl
25.Paparazzi Night Club
407 E Saratoga St
101 President St
415 1/2 E Baltimore St
2549 N Howard St
We were visiting Baltimore and my two sons wanted to go to this bar to see a band they were familiar with (Past Lives/Thermals) We had a great time. Once inside it was great. Drinks for dad not too expensive and I felt safe and we enjoyed a couple hours listening to music (I got a seat on the balcony overlooking stage where sound was not so overwhelming). So many different people and I actually saw 5 or 6 people close to my age. I don't know exactly what neighborhood we were in but Johns Hopkins U was a couple blocks away as I was informed by 3 students from JHU.
29.Grand Central Club
1001 N Charles St
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Established in 1991, Grand Central is a bar and entertainment complex for homosexuals. Originally known as Grand Station, the bar has more than four separate areas for entertainment and over five bars. The entertainment complex also has a pub that features stained glass d cor, mood lighting, a pool parlor and various video screens. Its dance floor features fog machines, video walls, dance stages, fully stocked and high-end lighting and sound systems, and sunken dancing and large seating areas. Grand central also has a video bar featuring a lounge atmosphere and classic d cor, projection screens and video monitors, elevated seating at cast iron tables, and a full bar. Grand Central is located in Baltimore.
407 E Saratoga St
The staff is very ignorant- the "woman" answering the phone when I asked is it was 18 and over or 21 and over kept hanging up on me!
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