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Owl Bar Restaurant Review: The fabled owls still sit high atop the brass-railed bar in one of Baltimore's most famous watering holes. Supposedly, if you see their eyes blinking, you've imbibed more than enough. Order that yard of beer, and it's likely you'll live the myth. The antidote lies in a menu that rounds up both classic and creative versions of such usual casual-dining suspects as salads, sandwiches and pizza, and a selection of eclectic entrées ranging from pan-roasted Scottish salmon to steak frites to macaroni-and-cheese with lobster and bacon. But the real attraction is the environs. The two-story space boasts courses of decorative German brickwork in what used to be the favorite gentleman's-only haunt of the legal community --- and their bookmakers --- throughout the early 1900s. If only these walls could talk.