No. 81: Holy Frijoles

When <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="EVWAN00045" title="Hurricane Sandy (2012)" href="/topic/disasters-accidents/meteorological-disasters/hurricanes-tropical-storms/hurricane-sandy-%282012%29-EVWAN00045.topic">Superstorm Sandy</a> came along, Holy Frijoles updated its Facebook with: "Kitchen is closed but who needs food when you've got alcohol? Half-priced margaritas and other drink specials that we'll make up along the way. Party!" This is the type of place we like to give our business, because they get us. Every Tex-Mex spot serves Dos Equis and margaritas, but not all of them have an attitude worth remembering.<br>
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&bull; Bar info:<a href="http://findlocal.baltimoresun.com/listings/holy-frijoles-inc-baltimore" >Holy Frijoles</a>, 908 W. 36th St., 410-235-2326,  <a href="http://www.holyfrijoles.net" target="new"> holyfrijoles.net</a>

( Colby Ware, for The Baltimore Sun / December 22, 2011 )

When Superstorm Sandy came along, Holy Frijoles updated its Facebook with: "Kitchen is closed but who needs food when you've got alcohol? Half-priced margaritas and other drink specials that we'll make up along the way. Party!" This is the type of place we like to give our business, because they get us. Every Tex-Mex spot serves Dos Equis and margaritas, but not all of them have an attitude worth remembering.

• Bar info:Holy Frijoles, 908 W. 36th St., 410-235-2326, holyfrijoles.net

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