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Pick­les Pub Next to Cam­den Yards, this long­time fave draws rowdy crowds on game days.

TRY: The Ori­ole Dog, a foot­long hot dog with, yes, PB& J and cream cheese (served out­side on game days); the name­sake pick­les, fried in beer bat­ter

GO: 520 Wash­ing­ton Blvd. Frank & Nic’s More up­scale, this friendly spot about a block from Cam­den Yards also of­fers out­door seat­ing. TRY: Mus­sels, steamed with Old Bay sea­son­ing and Natty Boh beer GO: 511 W. Pratt St. Looney’s Pub In Can­ton, the Ir­ish-ac­cented cor­ner bar has pool, ar­cade games, trivia nights and T-shirts that say “Drink like a cham­pion to­day.” TRY: Hot (tem­per­a­ture and spice) crab dip; wings a dozen ways GO: 2900 O’Don­nell St. Mother’s Fed­eral Hill Grille For Ravens home games, fans head to its Pur­ple Pa­tio, a park­ing lot turned “foot­ball field” out­fit­ted with bars and a grill. TRY: The Heart At­tack burger, cheese-stuffed and deep-fried (fea­tured on “The To­day Show”) GO: 1113 S. Charles St. Turp’s The only sports bar in el­e­gant Mount Ver­non, it’s got the req­ui­site TVs and makes its home in a his­toric brown­stone. TRY: O’s, onion rings with spicy mayo; Johnny U(ni­tas), grilled chicken breast on sour dough GO: 1317 N. Charles St.

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