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  • Adobe Cafe

    Southwestern supping in South Philly

    This Southwest-style, vegetarian-friendly abode features house-made sangria, generous happy hour specials and karaoke every Saturday night. Sports enthusiasts practically get a front-row seat to the game from any spot at the U-shaped bar.

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  • Blarney Stone

    Pub food perfected

    This local sports pub, boasting a pool table and nightly events such as Quizzo, has perfected the art of bar food.

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  • Cavanaugh’s Restaurant

    Perfect place to catch the big game

    This college bar fits perfectly in the neighborhood thanks to plenty of televisions and great wings and burgers—not to mention 24 beers on tap and more than 100 in bottles.

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  • Cavanaugh’s Headhouse Square

    Society Hill sports bar with signature wings and cold beers

    Outside of Cavanaugh's Headhouse Square in Society Hill.

    Located in Philadelphia’s Society Hill neighborhood, Cavanaugh’s Headhouse Square is a relaxed sports bar and local hangout.

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  • Chickie’s and Pete’s

    Philly’s most popular sports bar

    Chickie's and Pete's

    If you can’t be at the game, you’ve got to be at this Philly fanatic hotspot

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  • Drinker’s West

    An Old City and Rittenhouse favorite in West Philly

    With sister locations catering to the college and post-college crowd in the Old City and Rittenhouse Square neighborhoods, a West Philly branch finally brings the brand directly to the college area. Ping pong, pool, bubble hockey tables, DJs on the weekends and ultra-cheap food during sporting events mean there’s something to do at all hours of the day and night.

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  • Green Rock Tavern

    Rock solid

    One of the nabe’s better-kept secrets, the Green Rock is a spot many are proud to call their corner bar. Come to check out the Phillies, Eagles, Flyers and Sixers, down some PBC beers and fill up on homemade pierogi, a nod to the area’s Eastern Euro heritage.

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  • Gunners Run

    Casual eats and plenty of outdoor seats

    Vegetarians and vegans can accompany their meat-eating friends to this casual spot, named for the natural creek that originally bordered the neighborhood.

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  • Irish Pub

    Classic pub experience in Center City

    Grab a pint at Irish Pub in Midtown Village.

    With locations on Walnut Street in Rittenhouse Square and Midtown Village, Irish Pub is a convenient and comfortable spot for locals and visitors alike.

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  • Landmark Americana

    Elevated sports bar on Drexel’s main campus

    One of West Philadelphia’s most popular sports bars serves brunch for those early Sunday games and bar snacks for the afternoon and night matches. The large menu takes pub grub to a higher level with international dishes such as carne asada, Caribbean salmon salad and chipotle burritos.

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  • Liberties

    Antique bar with modern pub fare

    Yesterday and tomorrow mix seamlessly at this authentic tavern, featuring original fixtures dating back to the mid- to late-19th century along with inventive American fare.

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  • Mikey’s American Grill and Sports Bar

    Game-day favorite for cold drafts and big TVs

    With eight 50-inch flat-screen televisions, Mikey’s has established itself as a game-day favorite. American fare and domestic and microbrewed draughts keep patrons around long after the last play.

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  • New Deck Tavern

    Historic drinking hole on Sansom Street

    Located in three renovated Second Empire-style row houses built in the late 1800s, this tavern boasts a liquor license that dates back to the year Prohibition ended. Along with its half-pound burgers, cheesesteaks, salads and sandwiches, New Deck pours draught beers from around the world and houses one of the largest single malt scotch collections in Philadelphia.

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  • New Wave Café

    Old-school appeal makes for a game-day great

    This longstanding neighborhood sports bar was among the first Philly pubs to realize its patrons wanted great food with great drinks. To that end, the New Wave offers beer specials during local games and Niçoise salads, organic salmon burgers and lamb tacos all day and night.

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  • Stogie Joe’s Tavern

    A straightforward pub for all seasons

    A no-frills bar menu and “Sundays with Sinatra” define this South Philly joint. The garage door-enclosed dining area offers open-air seating in the warmer months and a fireplace when the weather gets cool.

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  • The Piazza at Schmidts

    A European-style open space surrounded by shops, restaurants and galleries

    Above the Piazza at Schmidts

    A European-style open space surrounded by shops, restaurants and galleries

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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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  • 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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  • West Tavern

    First-rate dive bar

    A killer place to catch a Phillies, “Westy’s” is where you to go to for thrifty drinking and risky eating — try the house special “Dirty Burger,” seasoned with secret spices and topped with nothing but secret “Dirty Sauce,” if you dare.

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