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  • North Star Bar & Grille

    A shining star of a bar

    Delicious comfort food, a fantastic microbrew selection, weekly Quizzo and live local and national music acts make North Star Bar a neighborhood favorite and a great reason to visit the area.

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  • North Third

    A great corner spot in Northern Liberties with serious bar food

    This neighborhood eatery keeps the crowds coming with its casual menu of bar classics—Asian-style Buffalo wings, potato pierogies, veggie spring rolls and one juicy burger.

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  • Pub & Kitchen

    Part bar, part culinary showcase near Rittenhouse Square

    Pub & Kitchen

    It’s a simple formula: Local beer and in-house-infused liquors (“Pub”) and mouth-watering gourmet fare (“Kitchen”).

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  • Pub On Passyunk East – P.O.P.E.

    The quintessential Passyunk pub

    Fourteen taps with a focus on microbrews and a jukebox stuffed with early rock—hardcore and everything else—make this cavern-like tavern a hipster haven. The inclusive bar menu, ranging from the P.O.P.E.’s namesake burger (topped with a juicy fried tomato) to vegetarian specialties like the seitan cheesesteak, complements the extensive 80-bottle beer list.

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  • PYT

    Burger paradise on the Piazza

    Burger gourmands flock to this self-described home of “America’s Craziest Burgers.”

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  • Resurrection Ale House

    One of several excellent craft beer bars in the Graduate Hospital neighborhood

    People come to this traditional American craft beer bar and restaurant for its nationally known twice-fried chicken, but they stay for the 12 draft beers on tap and a menu that focuses on fresh, seasonal ingredients.

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  • Royal Tavern

    Amazing bar fare and a great jukebox make this a South Philly favorite

    Royal Tavern

    Holding court in a former South Philly Italian restaurant, the Royal Tavern is a jukebox- and food-fueled establishment that’s grown to become a neighborhood favorite.

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  • Silk City

    Part diner, part bar and part dance club, Silk City is one of Philly’s coolest night spots.

    Danceable beats and guilty pleasure songs are staples at Silk City.

    One-third diner, one-third club and one-third beer garden, Silk City’s American fare with flair has helped it become one of Philadelphia’s most popular destinations.

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  • Standard Tap

    Widely considered “America’s First Gastropub”

    Standard Tap

    A multi-room Northern Liberties gastropub — some say America’s first — that pairs local microbrews with excellent, gourmet pub fare like chicken pies, fried smelts and double burgers.

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  • Stateside

    A popular eatery starring all things American

    As the name suggests, this bar pours American-made craft beers, wines and spirits, with a focus on whiskeys and bourbons. The tempting dinner menu features mainly small plates that use locally sourced products.

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  • Steve’s Prince of Steaks

    Another member of Philly’s cheesesteak royalty.

    Steve's Prince of Steaks

    Steve’s Prince of Steaks has been a cheesesteak institution in Northeast Philadelphia for more than three decades and now that they’ve opened a location in downtown Philadelphia, more and more happy customers are becoming “loyal subjects” of the Prince…, as the slogan on Steve’s t-shirt happily declares. And for good reason: the cheesesteaks at Steve’s are legit.

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  • Tavern 17

    Putting a modern spin on the classic tavern with artisan flights and bites

    Tavern 17

    Located in the first floor of the Radisson Blu Warwick Hotel, Tavern 17 puts a modern spin on the classic tavern with artisan “flights and bites.”

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  • Ten Stone

    Craft beer, pub fare and popular outdoor seating

    Resembling an English pub, this bar and restaurant serves light fare that pairs perfectly with imported beers and domestic microbrews. After eating, diners can stick around to watch a game or play pool or darts.

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  • The Belgian Café

    Belgian cookery, brews and a local pedigree

    From the same people responsible for lauded beer bar Monk’s, this spot maintains a selection of cool and interesting beers on tap, as well as an extensive knowledge of mussels.

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  • The Bishop’s Collar

    Jam out to the jukebox, have a drink, make a friend

    “The Collar” is a great place to grab a quick bite during the day, and it’s an even better place to drink and make new friends at night—thanks in part to one of the best jukeboxes in the city.

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  • The Cambridge

    A new addition to South Street West serving a wide selection of craft beer

    A welcoming neighborhood bar, the UK-ish Cambridge is certainly a beer drinker’s haven, but don’t forget to ask about their classic cocktail list, either.

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  • The El Bar

    Head beneath the tracks for cheap beer and live music

    The El Bar

    Situated, as the name implies, under SEPTA’s Market-Frankford elevated rail line (or “The El”), this quasi-dive bar attracts a loyal following.

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  • The Sidecar Bar & Grille

    A neighborhood anchor at 22nd and Christian with awesome beer and delicious food

    This two-floor gastropub — proud of its expansive and constantly evolving beer list — reinvents the happy hour, pouring specials from 12:00 midnight to 2:00 a.m. every weeknight. On the weekends, brunch means burritos and Bloody Marys.

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  • Tony Luke’s

    The age-old dilemma: the Cheesesteak or the Roast Pork Italian

    Tony Luke's Philadelphia

    Located next to an I-95 underpass on an otherwise dull stretch of Oregon Avenue in South Philadelphia, Tony Luke’s is a Philadelphia institution. There’s no need for an inside here — you order and pick up your sandwich from the street side windows and feast upon your reward at the outdoor picnic-style tables.

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  • Underground Arts

    Great things are happening below ground

    Drawing on the nascent arts community taking root in the neighborhood, architect Gary Reuben established this “incubator” for new ideas and concepts.

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  • Urban Saloon

    A citified bar fit for all kinds of crowds

    One of the largest bars in the neighborhood, Urban is a popular place to catch a game on several flat-screen TVs or enjoy a relaxing meal. On weekend nights, the scene shifts from locals’ bar to dance club, complete with a DJ.

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  • Valanni Social

    Stellar food and drink just off the Avenue of the Arts

    Fancy drinks in a stylish setting are just the beginning at Valanni Social.

    Fancy drinks in a stylish setting are just the beginning at Medi-Latin eatery Valanni Social, which boasts one of the best late-night snacks in town — a feast of roasted feta, Greek olives, hummus and pita, spicy pulled-chicken empanadas and grilled adobo beef kebobs.

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  • Voltage Cafe

    Plug in for a good time

    Come for the pub grub and cheap drinks, stay for the funky hookahs and live entertainment.

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