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Philly has a wide variety of sports bars from small hole-in-the-walls, to fabulous gay bars, to massive halls for the largest of crowds. So on any given night, you can find what will fit your needs. Here are the top five sports bars.
The popular chain of sports bars has entered into a consent decree with the US Department of Labor to settle what the department calls its largest tip-credit case ever.
Sunday’s Eagles game against Dallas has fans in fight mode.
Beer-loving travelers are in good hands at Philadelphia International Airport.
Sharon Chase says in her lawsuit that she was fired two months after talking to federal investigators about alleged payroll practices within the local restaurant chain.
“For workers who are being paid only $2.83 an hour plus tips, any reduction in the tips they earn has a huge impact on their ability to earn a living,” says an attorney who represents a former bartender.
This week, the Philadelphia Eagles will be at Heinz Field to play against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Fans will travel to Pittsburgh to cheer on the Eagles at the game, however many can’t make the trip and will be at home cheering on the team. Here are the top five places that will have any Philadelphia Eagles fan feeling like they’re at Lincoln Financial Field.
Sometimes, you need a side of entertainment with your beer. Here are some top spots to enjoy a little friendly competition with your drinking.
These bars have summertime offerings that will make you think twice about heading to the shore for the weekend.
Fans all around Philadelphia have dreams of a pennant dancing in their head, which means scouting out places to root for the Phils. For fans who want to hang out in a local bar and catch the game, here are Philly’s hottest spots.
Whether you are rooting for your team or looking forward to the commercials, be sure to check out the city’s best sports bars.
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