Your weekly happy hour is about to get even happier: Center City Sips, one of the best parts of summer in Philadelphia, is set to return on June 6!
These trendy havens in Philadelphia draw crowds in with drink specials and keep them for their eccentricity, providing underground music, cheap beer and grunge appeal to more than just hipsters. Flannel is optional–but highly recommended.
Craving a lovely glass of wine and yummy Spanish-style appetizers for happy hour on a Tuesday? Head to Jose Garces’ Tinto.
The right rum drink can sure bring a smile to your face. Here are some of Philadelphia’s top places to toss some back.
Today, happy hour involves friends spread out all over the city and suburbs, and a constant search for that common meeting place. Here are some of the top suburban spots for happy hour.
Guacamole can be used as dips, on burritos, fajitas, taco salads and countless other delectable dishes. Here are the top spots Philadelphians can enjoy a tasty dose of guacamole.
The jazz scene in Philadelphia ebbs and flows with the times, much like an improvisational Pat Martino guitar solo. Whatever your taste in jazz, this town has got you covered.
In a city rich with musical heritage, there have always been plenty of rock bars, clubs and fans in Philadelphia to support local music and venues.
Craving oysters and a glass of bubbly while out grabbing gifts?
After a day spent slaving away at the office, there’s nothing like a cold (alcoholic) drink to wash away that stress!
So far, business owners say they like having the option of extending their happy hours, but it’s too early yet to tell how or if they will take advantage of the new law.
Chris discusses the latest in the negotiations over the debt ceiling. He talks to Chris Butler about what default would mean, Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick about how close a deal is and to CBS 3’s Beasley Reece about the Eagles trade of Kevin Kolb.
Governor Corbett has signed a bill that will make some changes to the state’s liquor law, including one change that will allow for more Happy Hours in some establishments, and less in others.
Chris analyzes the President’s speech on the draw down of troops in Afghanistan with CBS Military Analyst Jeff McCausland and plays the audio of a pilot suspended for broadcasting his conversation to all the air traffic controllers and other pilots.
The bill passed by the House and sent to the governor will still limit the total number of Happy Hours to 14 a week, but establishments could now have up to four hours a day instead of only two.