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Eats and Drinks

Best Bar Food

Kisling’s Tavern

2100 Fleet St., (410) 327-5477

Posted 9/21/2005

The ambiance at Kisling’s is nothing to write home about—one-quarter neighborhood pub, three-quarters sports bar, the place can be loud, crowded, and aggravating during the height of football season. But grab a booth and a menu and you’ll soon forget the Ravens fans cheering at the TV. Lose yourself in seafood fresh from the steamer (the steamed shrimp are to die for), crisp fries served with malt vinegar, pudgy chicken wings with blue cheese, and the best burgers in Canton. To sweeten that pot, Kisling’s offers dinner specials all week long, so you can enjoy that burger on half-price burger night and gorge yourself on cheap wings during happy hour on Sunday. Like to get really fancy with your bar food? Check out lobster night every Thursday. For $12.95 you get a pound-and-a-half big boy served up with baked potato and salad. We can taste the drawn butter now.

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Other Awards for Best Bar Food:

One-Eyed Mike's, 9/20/2006

Mick O’Shea’s, 9/22/2004

Swallow at the Hollow, 9/17/2003

Red Maple, 9/18/2002

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