“Baltimore in a bar”
There is a long tradition in Baltimore of having plenty of neighborhood bars. So many, in fact, that Baltimore has recently had to slow down in giving out liquor licenses. When you drive around the city you can’t help but notice all the corner bars, each one having as rich a history as the neighborhood itself. The Dizz is no exception… The deep history of the bar is found in the records of the liquor board. The first liquor license was issued to the building December 20th, 1934. It was called Mitchells. The bar continued to be called Mitchells until 1972 when new management took over and turned it into Stu’s Lounge. In 1981, the building once again changed owners and became Tony's Place followed by Igor’s from 1987-1990. 1990 became a new era for this neighborhood bar. This is when the management force that drives it to this day took charge.
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