In the aftermath of the Ravens stunning divisional round victory over the Broncos, Baltimore restaurants took to social media to congratulate the team, the city and themselves.
In Federal Hill, so many fans poured out the streets after Saturday's game-winning field goal that a section of South Charles Street had to be shut down. The police helicopter, Foxtrot, was eventually dispatched to disperse the crowd. Here's Steve Kilar's report on the, incident, which appears to have been merely a revolting display of group self-entitlement and a shameful waste of city resources but fortunately not violent.
And on the Sunday morning, restaurants and bars were laying out offers and incentives for fans who were looking to bask in the glow of victory - or recover from Saturday night celebrating.
Diamondback Tavern - "That was truly an awesome game and a great Ravens win yesterday.... Now come on out to the DBT and see who our Ravens will play in the AFC Championship. Will it be the Patriots or Texans? Kickoff is at 1pm!" (Facebook)
Alonso's and Loco Hombre - "Come celebrate the Ravens win! Stop in downstairs for $10 bottomless brunch drinks in Alonsos or Loco Hombre, or head up to Alonsoville for 50 cent wings, $1 corn dogs, $1 soft pretzels!" (Facebook)
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