Brewer's Art

★★★★☆
  • 1106 N Charles St 100

    Baltimore, MD 21201

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  • 410-547-6925

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This is a funky bar for the young at heart who don't mind eating in the extremely dimly lit downstairs bar. I didn't care for my microbrew but my companions enjoyed theirs. But I really liked the burger and their fries are absolutely wonderful!

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This is a funky bar for the young at heart who don't mind eating in the extremely dimly lit downstairs bar. I didn't care for my microbrew but my companions enjoyed theirs. But I really liked the burger and their fries are absolutely wonderful!

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I went to Brewer's Art with a group of 10 people to celebrate my birthday. The accommodations were easy for them, even at the tail end of restaurant week. We got in a little earlier than we would normally eat, and the service remained impeccable throughout the busy dinner hour. The food was really amazingly good, and their beer and drinks were great too. After dinner, we went down to the charmingly almost-divey bar. It was a blast!

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★★★★★

I went to Brewer's Art with a group of 10 people to celebrate my birthday. The accommodations were easy for them, even at the tail end of restaurant week. We got in a little earlier than we would normally eat, and the service remained impeccable throughout the busy dinner hour. The food was really amazingly good, and their beer and drinks were great too. After dinner, we went down to the charmingly almost-divey bar. It was a blast!

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The chef is awesome, from Kentucky, but like he read Larousse Gastronomie! Humongous selection of brews, all thats missing is Harpoon IPA and attentive waitstaff

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★★★★★

The chef is awesome, from Kentucky, but like he read Larousse Gastronomie! Humongous selection of brews, all thats missing is Harpoon IPA and attentive waitstaff

Pros: La cuisine

Cons: Waitstaff

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Brewer's Art is one of our favorite bars. It has great atmosphere, and an impressive beer selection. Besides their own brews, they have an extensive list of beers available from around the world. Its location makes it a perfect place to meet for drinks before or after eating at one of the many Mt. Vernon restaurants--or right there in their own dining room (although the food is only so-so). Try and snag one of the couches by the fire place, or head downstairs into the dimly lit basement, where it can be a bit smokey, but you will definitely feel you're in with the cool crowd.

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★★★★★

Brewer's Art is one of our favorite bars. It has great atmosphere, and an impressive beer selection. Besides their own brews, they have an extensive list of beers available from around the world. Its location makes it a perfect place to meet for drinks before or after eating at one of the many Mt. Vernon restaurants--or right there in their own dining room (although the food is only so-so). Try and snag one of the couches by the fire place, or head downstairs into the dimly lit basement, where it can be a bit smokey, but you will definitely feel you're in with the cool crowd.

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This place is incredibly crowded, but the long wait at the bar is tolerable only because the food and beer are both excellent. The vegetable sandwich is the best I've had during my weekend in Baltimore, and their fries are top-notch and addictive. The beer is good, solid Belgian style, some was high in alcohol. The service was good considering the large crowd of people, but I wouldn't say they were particularly friendly.

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★★★★☆

This place is incredibly crowded, but the long wait at the bar is tolerable only because the food and beer are both excellent. The vegetable sandwich is the best I've had during my weekend in Baltimore, and their fries are top-notch and addictive. The beer is good, solid Belgian style, some was high in alcohol. The service was good considering the large crowd of people, but I wouldn't say they were particularly friendly.

Pros: Great food, decent prices

Cons: Super crowded, uncomfortable during happy hour

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this place has a very good ambieance. like the undergriound bar and the drinks they have. they brew their own beer and have a good selection of food. the place is open till late and plays good music. good idea to try their home brew. very strong and given out in huge quantities.

PROS: food, ambiance
CONS: nothing

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★★★★☆

this place has a very good ambieance. like the undergriound bar and the drinks they have. they brew their own beer and have a good selection of food. the place is open till late and plays good music. good idea to try their home brew. very strong and given out in huge quantities.

PROS: food, ambiance
CONS: nothing

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I love to drink their beer, especially in the basement. But don't bother with the fine dining (amateurish at best).

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★★★★☆

I love to drink their beer, especially in the basement. But don't bother with the fine dining (amateurish at best).

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The bar at the Brewer's Art is a great chill hangout spot. If i liked beer, i'd be in heaven with all the interesting-sounding brews. If you go, be sure to order the garlic french fries - probably the best bar food you'll ever eat. They're garlicy and topped with rosemary - absolute perfection! I dream of those french fries....

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The bar at the Brewer's Art is a great chill hangout spot. If i liked beer, i'd be in heaven with all the interesting-sounding brews. If you go, be sure to order the garlic french fries - probably the best bar food you'll ever eat. They're garlicy and topped with rosemary - absolute perfection! I dream of those french fries....

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This is the true bipolar eatery. Upon entering the tavern downstairs, you immediately catch the earthy stone-walled pub feel. Lighting is dim at best, but it serves to further the atmosphere of comraderie and drunkeness that will eventually take over the wee hours of the night. Upstairs, however, a fine-dining experience awaits the refined crowd. World-class chefs and inspired dishes grace every diner, every evening. No lunch is available, but it's worth the wait for dinner.

The real star is the Brewers Art's homestyled authentic Belgian Beers, ranging from sweet to pungent and lots of alcohol in between. These brews are so good that nearly every other reputable bar in town carries at least one of these Belgian beauties. Not to be missed.

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★★★★★

This is the true bipolar eatery. Upon entering the tavern downstairs, you immediately catch the earthy stone-walled pub feel. Lighting is dim at best, but it serves to further the atmosphere of comraderie and drunkeness that will eventually take over the wee hours of the night. Upstairs, however, a fine-dining experience awaits the refined crowd. World-class chefs and inspired dishes grace every diner, every evening. No lunch is available, but it's worth the wait for dinner.

The real star is the Brewers Art's homestyled authentic Belgian Beers, ranging from sweet to pungent and lots of alcohol in between. These brews are so good that nearly every other reputable bar in town carries at least one of these Belgian beauties. Not to be missed.

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Never had "rude" service here, but it does get loud and crowded, so it can be a little slow. Downstairs is a little young (mostly 20's) for me, but upstairs is great. Haven't had a bad experience in several dozen visits over the years.

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★★★★★

Never had "rude" service here, but it does get loud and crowded, so it can be a little slow. Downstairs is a little young (mostly 20's) for me, but upstairs is great. Haven't had a bad experience in several dozen visits over the years.

Pros: great beer, fries, atmosphere

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I agree with what some other people have said. The bartenders are rude. Go to Brewer's Art for the beer and atmosphere, not for the service.

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★★★★☆

I agree with what some other people have said. The bartenders are rude. Go to Brewer's Art for the beer and atmosphere, not for the service.

Pros: Beer, Food, Atmosphere

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Even though I have friends that recommend Brewer's Art, I have never had a pleasant experience. The bartenders are rude, ignore patrons and do not abide by "the customer is always right" rule whatsoever. I will not go back and I do not recommend it to anyone else.

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★★☆☆☆

Even though I have friends that recommend Brewer's Art, I have never had a pleasant experience. The bartenders are rude, ignore patrons and do not abide by "the customer is always right" rule whatsoever. I will not go back and I do not recommend it to anyone else.

Cons: , Bad Service

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The upstairs at the BA is all class - a tastefully refinished Victorian-era rowhouse. The basement is where happy hour is best, with brick walls, low ceilings, and nooks of tables. It is fun in ways that places like Bohager's wishes they could be. The food is fabulous, but the reason to go is the BA's own brews. Cerberus - as in the triple-headed guard of Hades - has three times the alcohol of your regular beers, and wonderufl taste. Other offerings are ample and appeal to even the snootiest of beer snobs. The most popular, by far, is Resurrection - a dark golden brew that just begs for continual sipping, it is so fine and full-bodied. By far the best of Baltimore beer.

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★★★★☆

The upstairs at the BA is all class - a tastefully refinished Victorian-era rowhouse. The basement is where happy hour is best, with brick walls, low ceilings, and nooks of tables. It is fun in ways that places like Bohager's wishes they could be. The food is fabulous, but the reason to go is the BA's own brews. Cerberus - as in the triple-headed guard of Hades - has three times the alcohol of your regular beers, and wonderufl taste. Other offerings are ample and appeal to even the snootiest of beer snobs. The most popular, by far, is Resurrection - a dark golden brew that just begs for continual sipping, it is so fine and full-bodied. By far the best of Baltimore beer.

Pros: atmosphere, their brews, the decor

Cons: can be expensive

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One of the best places in town. Couches, a fire place, 14 foot ceilings. The beer is excellent and cheap every night until 7 p.m. ($1.75 or so for double strength, microbrewed 16 oz beers).
Downstairs is a rougher, people in black rathskellar. The food is great and changes daily.
You rule, Brewer's Art.

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★★★★★

One of the best places in town. Couches, a fire place, 14 foot ceilings. The beer is excellent and cheap every night until 7 p.m. ($1.75 or so for double strength, microbrewed 16 oz beers).
Downstairs is a rougher, people in black rathskellar. The food is great and changes daily.
You rule, Brewer's Art.

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It's a chill place to hang out with friends. Their drinks are pretty cheap, and their beer is their own special brew. All in all, a pretty fun place. Very low-key, but can get a little loud on the weekends. Also, it's gay-friendly.

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★★★★☆

It's a chill place to hang out with friends. Their drinks are pretty cheap, and their beer is their own special brew. All in all, a pretty fun place. Very low-key, but can get a little loud on the weekends. Also, it's gay-friendly.

Pros: Inexpensive, Good Drinks, Chill Atmoshpere

Cons: Tough to find parking, Not a dance club, Can get busy & loud

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GREAT belgian style beer - the best the states have to offer.. downstairs is a warm dungeony type place, great ambiance, wonderful drinks, nice bartenders.. good food [pricey though, definitely NOT your average bar munchies though].. upstairs is a stylish and somewhat pricey restaurant.. great hangout spot downstairs, lovely romantic dinner spot upstairs

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★★★★★

GREAT belgian style beer - the best the states have to offer.. downstairs is a warm dungeony type place, great ambiance, wonderful drinks, nice bartenders.. good food [pricey though, definitely NOT your average bar munchies though].. upstairs is a stylish and somewhat pricey restaurant.. great hangout spot downstairs, lovely romantic dinner spot upstairs

Pros: high quality beer, great place

Cons: expensive food, good luck parking

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Located in a Victorian townhouse in the heart of the entertainment district, Brewer's Art succeeds equally as an elegant fine-dining restaurant and as a funky mecca for Belgian beer enthusiasts. From hearty continental bistro fare (steak…

 

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