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By BaltimoreStyle



As you might expect from its name, Field House is a sports bar. Or rather, a sports bar on steroids. Two floors. Multiple bars. Fifty plasma screen TVs, all tuned to sports (including many booths with private TV screens). Located in the double-height space that once housed the elegant restaurant Atlantic and, more recently, Ray Lewis’ Full Moon Bar-B-Que, Field House is an offshoot of the identically named upscale sports bar in Philadelphia. Claim a table, booth or seat at the bar and peruse the menu of classic American pub fare: soups, sandwiches, salads, pizza and entrées like shepherd’s pie and roasted chicken pasta. French fries come four ways: Chesapeake (with Old Bay and cheese sauce), Southwestern (chipotle dipping sauce), Spanish (chorizo sausage, pico de gallo, jalapenos and pepper jack cheese) and Cheesesteak fries (with shaved ribeye, sauteéd onions and Cheese Whiz)!  2400 Boston St., 410-800-4004

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