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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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  • 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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  • SugarHouse Casino Philadelphia

    Fun and games on the Delaware River

    SugarHouse Casino on the Delaware River

    SugarHouse Casino, the first casino in the City of Philadelphia, is conveniently located on the picturesque Delaware River waterfront.

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  • Summer Concert Series
    at Penn’s Landing

    Outdoor concerts on the Delaware River Waterfront all summer long

    All summer long, Penn's Landing is home to exciting live music on the Delaware River Waterfront.

    All summer long, Penn’s Landing is home to exciting live music on the Delaware River Waterfront.

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  • Supper

    Seasonal American cuisine in an “urban farmhouse” setting

    Supper

    The restaurant’s seasonal, American cuisine is delivered in intriguingly crafted, sensational small plates.

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  • Tattooed Mom

    Dive bar royalty

    One of Philly’s best-loved dive bars, T-Mom’s is known for its oddball atmosphere, cheap drinks and even cheaper weekly food specials (Taco Tuesdays and Pierogi Thursdays!).

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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 Barbary

    Rocking out encouraged

    This 200-person music venue presents the latest in rising local and touring indie music on the first floor and DJ dance parties upstairs.

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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 Blind Pig

    Northern Liberties gastropub serving eye-opening eats

    Since 2011, this gastropub has been winning over diners with innovative dishes and an impressive canned beer list.

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  • The Bottle Shop

    A 700-bottle strong collection defines this beer heaven

    Warning: Jaws drop instantly upon entering The Bottle Shop, where more than 700 American and imported craft beers line the coolers. Beer lovers can buy single bottles, mix and match a six pack to get 10% off and grab a brew-appropriate snack. As interesting as the selection, monthly events range from beer sampling to Quizzo and movie nights.

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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 Continental Mid-town

    A cutting-edge chic martini bar off of Rittenhouse Square

    Continental Mid-town by Stephen Starr

    Stephen Starr recreates the success of his first restaurant, the original Continental in Old City, with this sibling restaurant just off Rittenhouse Square.

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  • The Continental Restaurant and Martini Bar

    The ever-popular Old City institution

    Continental Restaurant and Martini Bar

    The creative cocktails and imaginative décor at this diner-made-martini bar creates an atmosphere all its own, making it one of the hottest night spots in Old City.

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  • The Dive

    A smoky den of iniquity

    This casual hangout offers a vast beer selection—from cans of Schlitz to local microbrews—a rock-filled jukebox, inexpensive pool tables and friendly barkeeps. But it’s this pub’s exemption from the citywide smoking ban that makes it earn its name.

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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 Fire

    Burnin’ up

    A classic gritty rock club alternative to some of the neighborhood’s flashier venues, The Fire does two things — loud rock and cheap beer — and does them very well.

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  • The Industry Bar

    An ode to hospitality-industry insiders where all are welcome

    With 12 taps, an adventurous menu and a 20% discount for restaurant industry workers, this Pennsport newbie has established itself as a neighborhood hotspot. Late on Saturday nights, the kitchen prepares a special “staff meal:” hearty, simple fare priced just right.

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  • The Institute

    Neighborhood bar 101

    The main subject matter this institute studies is beer, and a 16-tap draft list offers a wide-ranging selection.

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  • The Irish Times

    The hallmark of this traditional pub is a perfect pint of stout

    The perfectly poured pint of Guinness is what Times bartenders are most fond of talking up, but they do some simple, tasty UK-style bar food, too.

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  • The M Room

    Live music and craft brews

    Short for The Manhattan Room, The M Room features its performance venue on one side and its bar/restaurant on the other.

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  • The PFS Roxy Theater

    Home of independent cinema in Rittenhouse Square

    The PFS Roxy Theater in Rittenhouse Square.

    The new home of the Philadelphia Film Society (PFS), the The PFS Roxy Theater brings top independent cinema to Rittenhouse Square.

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  • The Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz & Performing Arts

    Sound the horn

    A neighborhood institution, the Clef Club’s mission is to preserve Philly’s rich musical history through regular performances and programming.

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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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  • The Roots Picnic

    A day of incredible music at Penn’s Landing

    The Roots Picnic

    Now in its seventh year, The Roots Picnic is bigger and better than ever with a day of incredible and diverse music at the Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing.

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  • The Rotunda

    Performance space and community gathering place

    Built as a house of worship in 1911, The Rotunda now comprises two spaces that host arts and cultural events.

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