Prepare for an old timer post, where I rattle my cane and yell at the youngsters who blah blah blah don't know any better. Public Bar used to be Five, a legendary club where I even DJed. After Five shut down and it was converted into a sports bar I stayed away. The main room has a crazy amount of TVs and so getting your team's game on shouldn't be that much of a problem, if any problem at all. The bartenders that we had were quick to get us our beverages whether they were beers or shots. The rooftop is home to Sunglass Sundays, which ironically means that even though the club shut down and a sports bar opened up that the roof still continues to have parties and DJs. During summer it seems that a lot of people check the place out. I still miss Five though. When I was in the main bar area drinking I had flashbacks to the days where I used to DJ in the main room booth that's no longer there. However if you never knew Five, then you'd probably enjoy this place. if I was in the hood I'd probably go there. I'm going to go have some Metamucil now, this old man needs his fiber.
1009 Bay Ridge AveAnnapolis, MD 21403
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If your idea of a Greek restaurant is gyros, spanikopita, and mousaka, get ready for a decidedly upscale -- though not terribly up-priced -- Greek dining experience. Mourayo specializes in seafood so be sure to try one of their fabulous fish selections. I especially like salt fish -- a good meaty fish of the day, encased in rock salt for baking, then brought to your table where the salt casing is cracked open and succulent slabs of perfectly cooked meat are separated from their bones and laid on your plate. It's not just delicious, it's fun to watch. The squid ink soup is appropriately rich and tasty, and anything wrapped in phylo will be worth sampling. The wait staff is happy to describe not only your dish but also the history of it in Greece. I even learned a few phrases in Greek from one delightful waiter. Highly recommended (reservations recommended on weekends especially).
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