Sports Bars

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GREENE TUR­TLE— Flat screens in ev­ery booth bring new mean­ing to din­ner in front of the TV. Hearty pub food (burg­ers, wings). Mon.-Fri. 11 a.m.2 a.m., Sat.-Sun. 10 a.m.-2 a.m. www. greene­tur­tle.com. 718-722 S. Broad­way, Fells Point, 410.342.4222 Map E7 LOONEY’S PUB— One of the anchors of O’Don­nell Square, a ca­sual, twos­tory cor­ner pub. More than 40 TVs broad­cast sports. www.looneyspubmd. com. 2900 O’Don­nell St., Canton, 410.675.9235 Map G8 PICK­LES PUB— A stop for grub and pints be­fore and af­ter Ori­oles and Ravens games. Steamed shrimp with Old Bay, Mary­land crab soup, fried pick­les. Daily 11 a.m.-2 a.m. www.pick­le­spub.com. 520 Wash­ing­ton Blvd., Downtown, 410.752.1784 Map B6 TURP’S SPORTS BAR & RESTAU­RANT— In a his­toric brown­stone, a wel­com­ing spot to cheer on the teams with beer, crab­cakes, wings and game-day spe­cials. Mon.-Sun. 11 a.m.-mid­night. www.turp­son­line.com. 1317 N. Charles St., Mount Ver­non, 410.347.0349 Map C2

CANTON— More than 200 years ago, Cap­tain John O’Don­nell sailed into Bal­ti­more and named his plan­ta­tion for the Chi­nese port that brought him wealth. Find shops, bars and cafes just east of Fells Point. Map G7/H7

FED­ERAL HILL— The clay dome that rises just south of the In­ner Har­bor, bordered by Key High­way, Hanover and Cross streets, served as an ob­ser­va­tory from 1795 to 1895. Home to pubs, eater­ies and Cross Street Mar­ket. Map D8

FELLS POINT— Wil­liam Fell, a Quaker ship­builder from Lan­caster, Eng­land, founded this mar­itime com­mu­nity in 1730. To­day the 14-block area bus­tles with young res­i­dents who like its ar­chi­tec­tural his­tory, cafes and tav­erns. www.fell­s­point­main­street.org. 410.675.8900 Map F6/7

HAM­P­DEN— The city’s cen­ter of kitsch and the set­ting for the movie “Pecker,” by off-beat film di­rec­tor John Wa­ters. Pink flamin­gos adorn row house yards; eclec­tic shops line main drag “The Av­enue” ( W. 36th Street). North of Map A1

HAR­BOR EAST— At­ten­tion food­ies: lots to dis­cover in this af­flu­ent com­mu­nity within walk­ing dis­tance of In­ner Har­bor. Look for the Katyn Me­mo­rial land­mark sculp­ture. www.har­bore­ast.com. Pres­i­dent and Aliceanna sts. Map E7

IN­NER HAR­BOR— An ur­ban re­vi­tal­iza­tion suc­cess story, now the city’s pop­u­lar mar­itime zone thanks to the Na­tional Aquar­ium, Mary­land Science Cen­ter, his­toric ships, cruises and wa­ter­front paths for strolling. Map D6/7

LIT­TLE ITALY— Nar­row, twist­ing streets known for bocce courts, color­ful citi-

zens and Old World food at many trat­to­rias that range from check­ered cloth to chic. www.lit­tleitalymd.com. Map E6 WEST­SIDE— A dy­namic ur­ban dis­trict just west of downtown. Visit his­toric Lex­ing­ton Mar­ket, Edgar Allan Poe’s grave or the B&O Rail­road Mu­seum. The­aters in­clude Every­man and the FranceMer­rick Per­form­ing Arts Cen­ter. Map B4

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