No more Natty Boh at OPACY after all...

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#81 DuffMan



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Posted 28 April 2016 - 06:27 AM

It does get busy during weekends and the summer, and I guess the race brought more people down there.


Ah well. Glad the race went well. 


Where did you go? I know that area pretty well.

Yeah I know it's a popular place, but I was hoping we would be fine getting there early, maybe next time.


We ate at a place called the "Summerhouse"  Got a big ass steak that was pretty good (washed it down with a Blonde Ale forget who made it and a Fat Tire).  Wife got some sort of shrimp/crawfish pasta dish that looked pretty  good too.  Kids meals came in a frisbee that they got to take home so they were happy too!

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Posted 28 April 2016 - 06:47 AM

I've been there before once or twice. Good deal.

#83 Nigel Tufnel

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#84 Mark Carver

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Posted 03 June 2016 - 05:47 PM

An online petition campaign to bring Natty Boh back to Camden Yards..





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Posted 03 June 2016 - 07:15 PM

An online petition campaign to bring Natty Boh back to Camden Yards..

" I love and support the local beer scene in Baltimore, but Camden Yard's alleged focus on local craft beer includes dozens of Budweiser-owned Goose Island carts. How does that work?"

Mr. Boh forgot he was owned by Pabst I guess.

"and it’s been an Orioles tradition since they first moved to Charm City in 1954"

Except for those 30 or so years that it wasn't.

I like Boh, but this is stupid. Instead of a pettition to put it back in Camden Yards, why dont you bring your operations and job opportunities back to the city you love sooooooooo much.
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