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Use this Foursquare list of Canton bars, assembled with OpenBaltimore data

Using OpenBaltimore data, Canton resident and GIS developer Elliott Plack has assembled a list of all the bars in Canton and Highlandtown with an LB, LBD7 or LD liquor license. The list is in Foursquare.

Using OpenBaltimore data, Canton resident and GIS developer Elliott Plack has assembled a list of all the bars in Canton and Highlandtown with an LB, LBD7 or LD liquor license.
The list is in Foursquare.

Companies: City of Baltimore / Foursquare

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