Sometimes you want to go out without spending a lot of money and a bar without a cover offers just that.
This year, Festival Pier is again set to host the annual festival on the waterfront. Here’s what you need to know.
The City of Brotherly Love loves outdoor drinking. Here are a few suggestions to get you imbibing with nature…or at least outside.
The following are five of Philadelphia’s most must-attend summer music events for 2015.
In Philadelphia, we take pride in everything we do, and if you have ever tried any of our local beer, you know that.
Have you taken that extended weekend off from work yet? Better hurry because the summer music festival season is upon us and tickets are going fast.
In the City of Brotherly Love, you need only enter and take a seat to hear the blues in these top spots.
Every barroom has a story; it’s just that some are better than others. Let’s take a tour of a few favorites, both near and far.
Margaritas aren’t the only popular tequila-based cocktails in Philadelphia, those in the know head to Derek’s Restaurant in Manayunk for some of the best tequila concoctions served up in the City of Brotherly Love.
Philadelphia may be far from Mexico, but this city still has its fair share of Mexican bars and restaurants perfect for Cinco de Mayo.
Whether you’re a life-long resident or visiting the city, make sure you head to one of these hotel bars.
Called “Bloom,” the festival will feature more than 100 acts on five stages, including Pretty Lights, Dillon Francis, G-Eazy, 3Lau and Machine Gun Kelly.
In recent years, speakeasies have been popping up all over the place and with good reason – these hip bars concentrate on perfecting cocktails, both classic and inventive, and the ambiances takes you back to a simpler time of days gone by.
There are many fun gay bars in Philly offering great food, drinks, and drag performances.
A Pennsylvania lawmaker announced Monday that he plans to introduce legislation which would amend the Liquor Code to allow businesses to apply for extended use permits, which would authorize the sale of alcohol beyond 2 a.m. to 4 a.m.