A few weeks ago we went over the fact that Grumpies Pour House (25 E. Cross St., Federal Hill) will be expanding into the adjacent/empty Federal Hill Lounge space in the next who-knows-when, and as it turns out, they’re probably planning on turning the whole operation into a pizza restaurant of some kind. For most […]
You may have missed this little gem amongst the maelstrom of usual internet yammering last week, but after some mild postponement the fine owners of Grumpies Pour House (25 East Cross St., Federal Hill), also owners of several other area bars, have received approval from the liquor board to expand their operation into the often and long-since defunct Federal Hill Lounge, which sits right next door.
Grumpies has always been one of the more underrated bars in the area, in my humble opinion – with a $2 draft happy hour that runs from 6-10pm, and a crowd that never gets too crowded, you can always start a Friday evening off right there. Hopefully with a proper redesign and update, the additional space can keep them going strong for years to come. Kudos to you, Grumpie’s Pour House!
(Grumpies also has a Facebook page)
Not to be outdone by Cuppy’s Cuphouse and their Cuptober Cuppfest, This Thursday September 23rd Muggsy’s Mughouse (1236 Light St, Federal Hill) will be hosting their “Original Oktoberfest celebration.” For $20 (in advance, $25 at the door) ye shall receive a 16 oz. bottomless* take-home pint glass and access to a buffet full of delicious German eats. Apparently the thing is sponsored by Warsteiner, one of my fave beers, so it should be pretty good stuff.
In other news, Muggsy Bogues.
*actual pint glass has a bottom
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