Moments from Union Wharf, Pratt Street Ale House helped launched the brewpub revolution in Baltimore in 1993. Oliver Breweries imported equipment from England to ensure the best English-style ales; the selection here rotates, but usually includes several cask-conditioned ales and guest bottles. The food menu has many nods to B'more, of course; crab is everywhere, including the delicious warm pretzel roll with crab dip. Sandwiches have gourmet twists (The Godfather sports four cured meats, Provolone and balsalmic herb vinaigrette). Regulars love the prices, atmosphere, service, and taste. Steps from Camden Yards and the Inner Harbor, Pratt Street Ale House is your place to relax.
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Pratt Street Ale House
206 W. Pratt Street
Baltimore, MD 21201