Event planner Sarah Morrison gives advice for hosting the perfect holiday party at home.
Here are some of the best places to head if you’re looking for a free snack.
If you’re not in the festive spirit yet, you will be once you attend one of these budget-friendly holiday events.
Feeling restless at home or at the office? Come to one of these spots in Philly to connect to wi-fi and enjoy a beer or two.
From salsa to bachata and merengue, you can dance the night away at one of Philly’s top Latin dance clubs.
While visiting Philadelphia, tourists will find unique takes on classic cocktails, local craft beers and many rare wines at many of the hotel bars in the area.
From jazz to rock, many neighborhood bars offer a varied selection of new bands in places with great atmosphere, good food and drink and a unique ambiance.
Some consider Black Wednesday, or the day before Thanksgiving, to be the biggest drinking night of the year. Here’s where to go.
The City of Brotherly Love is known for its restaurants, clubs, bars and after-hours party destinations. While you need to be of legal age to enter many of the hottest spots, the under-21 crowd has choices too.
Home to young professionals, artists, students and others, the Northern Liberties neighborhood also offers a number of bars and restaurants that are beloved nightlife spots.
Some of the top bars in Philly will have seasonal drinks available once fall rears its colorful head.
Philadelphia has produced many top-ranked musical performers throughout the years. Here are five places that offer live music on the cheap.
For the under 21 crowd, it can be difficult to find a club or other social venue where it is legal to hang out. Luckily, there are a number of quality ones in the greater Philadelphia area.
A number of bars in Philadelphia were founded when the country was in its infancy. Here are some of the most historic.
A bill that could allow several thousand bars in Pennsylvania to profit from gambling contests called small games of chance won approval from the state Senate Wednesday but fell off the fast track amid last-minute objections from Gov. Tom Corbett and House Democrats.