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October 15, 2008

Mum's has rules

mum'sAnd there are consequences if you disobey them.

Not sure what the consequences are. But there are consequences. 

If you can't read rule No. 6, it says "No Talking to Imaginary People."

And for the uninitiated, Mum's is at 1132 S. Hanover St.

(Photo courtesy of Kristin Bachran and Amy Wielunski)

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Posted by Sam Sessa at 10:00 AM | | Comments (8)
Categories: Bars & Clubs


great place and sign. (that sign has been there for at least 10 years). mums has been the only cool bar in that part of south baltimore for a long time.

uh, it actually says what the consequences are for breaking the basic rules, numbered rules are probably the same or!

i could be mistaken, but i am pretty sure they also serve a tasty shot of "Hell".

speaking of amusing signs in bars, here is one from Mt. Royal Tavern, although not nearly as good:

Mum's is the Alamo of Fed. Hill. surrounded by an army of D-bags, but still holding it's own.

plus they have an awesome bar kitty

It's called "Evil" Ryan not Hell. But you feel like hell if you drink it. Love the jukebox there. It rocks.

missing #7 - speak english

I love Mum's. They bring in good bands, too, and Brian runs good sound.

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