Whether you’re up late for a night on the town or just have those late night munchies, check out these top late-night eats in Philadelphia.
Monday may be the least favorite day of the week for just about everybody, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have any fun at all.
It might be hard to venture out of your own home on a rainy day, but if you’re up for the task, comfort food, games and good beer awaits you at one of the bars listed below.
Thirsty Thursday is celebrated among many college students looking for dollar drinks and cheap shots.
The best place to watch a ball game is at Citizen Bank Park, but if you can’t make it to the stadium or are looking to tune in to an away game, here are the top baseball bars in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia has an excellent local music scene that incorporates almost every genre, including heavy metal.
Here are the top bars for March Madness in Philadelphia.
Punk music originated in the late 1970s and, even though its heyday was in the 1980s, is still alive and well today.
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, here are the top Irish bars in Philadelphia.
Read on for the top martini bars in Philadelphia.
Home to both the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University, University City has many bars in the area frequented by both college students and locals.
With the roaring fireplaces that can be found all across town, it is becoming increasingly easier to bundle up and head out on a cold winter’s night.
Whether you’re a skilled pro looking for others to play with or a pool newbie out with a few friends, there’s a bar with a pool table waiting for you.
If you’re wondering where to head to find some New Orleans music, food and booze, this list will help you out.
Philadelphia may be best known for raising musicians The Roots, Pink and the Disco Biscuits in lieu of Earl Scruggs and Lester Flatt, but that doesn’t mean the bluegrass scene isn’t alive and well here, especially in our genre-varied local scene.