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About Pratt Street Ale House
Whether you’re looking for a great happy hour or nightlife spot, a place to enjoy delicious burgers, pizza and more or your new favorite sports bar to watch the game, Pratt Street Ale House has something for everyone. We also offer a private party room where you can host your next banquet, event or private party. And with our friendly and experienced staff, your visit to Pratt Street Ale House is guaranteed to be unforgettable.
Baltimore, MD 21201
Hours of Operation:
Monday – Sunday: 11:00am – 11:00pm
$30 and under
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Pratt Street Ale House Ratings and Reviews
Went for our 10th anniversary and had a really nice meal. The service was super fast and friendly and the food was very good. I had the Southwest Chicken Salad which was fantastic and my wife had the crab mac and cheese which she said was good. Great beer selection.
I recommend and we will go back because I want to try the rib eye steak.
It was VERY busy and there was a 90 minute wait. Using open table, I was able to move our reservation 15 minutes later (traffic was heavy) with a simple phone call to Pratt St. When we arrived, we spoke with the host and she had us seated immediately. Completely bypassed a 90+ minute wait. The table was waiting for us.
The crab dip was awesome with two loaves of toast. The burger with the crab cake on it was done perfectly medium-rare. The beer selection is excellent as well.
It was a pretty lively atmosphere with noise getting ALMOST too loud, but it was a very busy night and many people (ourselves included) were heading to Amy Schumer's show. Didn't detract from my experience in the least. Definitely will be going back and definitely using OpenTable.
Brian D. Sawyer
We went before Amy Schumer at the Arena and the place was packed. The building is great. Great attentive service but the food made Baltimore look bad to us New Yorkers. The crab macaroni and cheese was really salty. The chowder was ok. The only thing we really liked was the potato cake that came with the spongy shrimp. Food felt very microwaved. They really could do better. Sorry
We were there for a business lunch (7 total) and they seated us upstairs with 2 very loud farewell parties. We could hardly hear each other talk. The waitress was pleasant and punctual. Food was typical bar food, way over priced, however the beer/ drink menu was outstanding.
We really enjoyed our dinner at Pratt Street Ale House. We were in Baltimore on a vacation, and the restaurant was in walking distance from our hotel. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. We asked for some changes to dishes that were on their menu. They were happy to do them and our meals were delicious!
Great location for before sports event or other at Baltimore Arena - but make sure you make a reservation on Open Table in advance! Others had long waits for tables - the place was packed before the Maryland Basketball game. Despite the crowd our service was excellent and we had plenty of time to get to the game.
We had both the Margherita flatbread and the blackened chicken tacos. Both were great. Both were good values. We had dinner there the Saturday night before the Ravens game. It certainly met and exceeded our expectations. Trip Advisor made this recommendation and they were right ont he money.
I love this place! The food is good bar food for a good price. There is always live sports on and they are happy to change the channel for the game you want. I LOVE the season beers. The beer is seriously so good. Can be loud, but that's to be expected. It was perfect during the day for a business lunch.
We really enjoyed our visit to Pratt Street. Everyone was very nice and the service was efficient. We enjoyed the Blackberry Pear Cider, salmon BLT, and Portabella Burger. The volume was a bit loud but not unexpected for the pub-like atmosphere. I'd return for a casual evening out away from the chain restaurants at the Inner Harbor.
Friday night table for 6. We picked this restaurant because I bragged about how good the food and service were. We were put in the overflow dining room (had to go outside to enter). Lighting was either non-existent or bright flood lights. Had to ask two times for them to turn down the lights because we needed sunglasses to read the menu. Food was cold because they have to go outside to bring it into this dining room. Our appetizers arrived after our dinner arrived. Have been to Pratt Street many, many times and this was a disappointing experience. I hope this was an isolated experience because I live nearby and direct a lot of people to the restaurant.
Overall we had a good meal. A couple of the burgers were under done but thankfully no digestive issues for anyone later in the night. We alerted our server that we would be ordering multiple rounds and was no where to be found for 20-30 minutes at a time.
Service was outstanding. Ales were very good. Irish Red Ale was my favorite - had the standard flight and got a growler of Irish Red to go - which is a great deal at $15. Outside seeting is great on a nice night. Nachos with chili was also outstanding - freshly fried chips.
Had the Godfather sandwich and it was amazing. I have been prior to this visit and order the gluten free pizza and loved that also! My husband had the Margharita flatbread and loved it. Out server was amazing also. Unfortunately it got extremely hot upstairs. We asked for them to crank the AC and they did. The manager came to our table also and was very apologetic. I do not recommend going during Otakon because we saw some things that we would rather not see while eating. However, any other day it is fantastic!
This was the perfect location for a group dinner for conference attendees. I made a reservation for 10 and had 8 people when we arrived. Unfortunately our table wasn't ready -- a similar situation to another Baltimore restaurant. Don't reservations mean anything in this town? The restaurant quickly put two tables together for us and we made due with connected tables. It was a great place to chat and our group was there for a couple hours.
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