Golden Eagle feels like the cool drinking club your grandpa belonged to in the 1950s or 1960s, but with way better food and less smoking. This Reynoldstown spot serves a mix of dishes that don’t really make sense together, like crab rangoon, okonomiyaki, and duck confit, but still somehow works. They also specialize in classic cocktails, so you can drink a blue Hawaiian or mai tai while you debate with your friends if you could pull off a fedora. Between the exposed wood, art deco metalwork, and giant elk’s head above the bar, this is a place you should sit inside to get the full experience. However, if you really need a reminder of which decade it actually is, there’s a patio outside as well.
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