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Top Attractions Featured On
It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia

Interactive guide to attractions seen on the hit comedy series

For the ego-driven characters of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia aren’t arguing and scheming in Paddy’s Pub, they’re creating scenes all over the city of Philadelphia.

Now in their 10th season of mischief and mayhem, The Gang — Charlie, Sweet Dee, Dennis, Mac and Frank — have done everything from cracking the Liberty Bell to running the Philadelphia Museum of Art steps Rocky Balboa-style.

Browse our interactive map below and discover the iconic spots seen on It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

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Mac's Tavern

Since The Gang spends most of their time at dive bar Paddy’s Pub, a night on the town Always Sunny-style isn’t complete without a visit to a local pub—or four. While it's not Paddy's, Mac’s Tavern in Old City is actually owned by Rob McElhenney (Mac) and Kaitlin Olsen (Sweet Dee) and features more than a dozen beers on tap, gastropub fare, a jukebox and occasional live music.
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Anthony’s Italian Coffee & Chocolate House

Quality espresso, gelator and cannoli in the Italian Market

Treat yourself to homemade gelato and a signature panini from one of The Gang’s best-loved eateries, Anthony’s Italian Coffee House. Grab their favorite table right out front and people-watch in the Italian Market while you sip on a strong espresso.
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Palumbo Playground and Recreation Center

Test your skills or enjoy the action from the sidelines at the Palumbo Recreation Center basketball court where Mac, Dennis and Charlie play ball.
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Water Works Restaurant and Lounge

The Water Works in philadelphia at Night

A gorgeous restaurant and lounge on the banks of the Schuylkill River

Mac takes a date to the luxurious Water Works Restaurant on the Schuylkill River Waterfront. As one of Philadelphia's finest restaurants, Mac's signature sleeveless t-shirts are definitely not appropriate dining attire.
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Dirty Franks

Dirty Frank’s is a favorite a Center City dive bar featuring a mural of famous Franks (Sinatra, Zappa, but no Reynolds though). Charlie ended up at the popular bar in the first season while on a manhunt for a thief who robbed Paddy's and may have dated Sweet Dee. For those looking for a low-key evening, Dirty Frank's offers perfect off-the-radar place to share a pitcher, play a few songs on the juke box and throw some darts.
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Bleu Martini

Dive bars not your scene? Sweet Dee, Artemis and The Waitress act like the gals from Sex and the City at Bleu Martini, where you can dance, sip perfectly mixed cocktails and sample inventive Asian-fusion fare. The Old City hotspot offers more than 30 different martinis, bottle service and an upbeat VIP atmosphere.
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Chinatown Friendship Gate

Chinese Friendship Gate

Colorful portal to Philadelphia’s Chinatown neighborhood

The visual gateway to Philadelphia's Chinatown neighborhood, the Friendship Gate is the first authentic Chinese gate to be built in the country. Charlie, Frank and Mac most likely did not take the time to appreciate the gate's colorful designs as they attempted to become famous news reporters in season three.
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Sugarcube®

Sugarcube

Pairing perfect vintage with the latest styles

Even though Sweet Dee tried to steal stylish heels for her nighttime outfit, you can buy your dancing shoes from nearby Sugarcube, an indie boutique that sells vintage and contemporary fashions to the effortlessly hip crowd.
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Dave & Buster's

Arcade fun on the Delaware River Waterfront

Take your energy and inner-child to Dave & Buster’s on the Delaware River waterfront. Play your way through the Million Dollar Midway, a refined arcade complete with Skee-Ball, Dance Dance Revolution, pinball machines and bar and lounge seating. Most games at this adult funhouse award points that add up to prizes at the end, which inspired Dennis and Mac to create “Paddy’s Dollars” in season five.
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Pub & Kitchen

Pub & Kitchen

Quality pub fare and cold craft beers since 2008

Sweet Dee and Artemis performed an unforgettable version of Sting's "Desert Rose" at Pub & Kitchen, a beloved gastropub in Rittenhouse Square known for great beers on tap and satisfying pub grub.
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Woodlands Cemetery

This historic cemetery in West Philadelphia was the site where Frank learned the meaning of the holiday season during the A Very Sunny Christmas special.
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