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Typically made with fermented apples, pears or pumpkins, hard cider combines traditional fall flavors with the light and refreshing qualities of beer. These Philly spots are your best bet for enjoying the fall favorite.
Gather some friends and visit these Philadelphia spots to imbibe tasty fall beers that celebrate the season.
If you’re in search of a quick bite, a substantial meal, craft brews or the largest projection screen in Philadelphia, these are your best bets for game-friendly eats.
Philadelphia may have more than its share of urban outdoor dining spots, but when it comes to rooftop bars and lounges, the city—sadly—comes up short. Still, the pickings aren’t quite slim to none.
It’s a tradition for many college hoops fans to watch the action at their favorite watering hole, and Philadelphia is well known for bars that celebrate the madness.
Stay warm and toasty while enjoying that crisp, fall air at the top five bars with heated patios.
Hadas Kuznits covers a new gastro pub in center city, a restaurant celebrating high-end Italian truffles, and a West Philly bar marking Black Friday with dark beers.
When the temperature starts to dip and the leaves change color, many beer drinkers like to move from light, refreshing brews to deeper, richer, more full-bodied choices. Here’s where to get them in Philly.
On tap this week: National Watermelon Day, the Reisling Smackdown, and the Pope’s favorite foods.
There are some great spots to booze and hang out in University City—whether you want to mingle with the co-eds or avoid them altogether.
Wings and sports; they just go together. Here’s a look at a six spots that will leave you satiated…and reaching for the towelettes.