McGillin’s Old Ale House
Philadelphia chefs share their recipes for some favorite comfort dishes that you can make at home this fall.
Fall in Philadelphia means football, but not everyone will be wearing green or tailgating at the Linc. Philadelphia is a sports-fanatic’s paradise, so no worries if you root for that out-of-market football team. You don’t have to be an Eagles fan to enjoy supporting your team in Philly, because no matter which NFL colors you bleed, the City of Brotherly Love has plenty of spots where you can catch YOUR team’s big game.
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.
St. Patrick’s Day might be over, but there’s still time to celebrate Irish heritage. With a recipe from the city’s oldest tavern, McGillin’s, you can enjoy a traditional meal of corned beef and cabbage at home.
While there are many spots across the city to enjoy a casual drink, these are some of the best, and they’re all accessible by public transportation.
This week, Hadas previews one of Philadelphia’s “go to” spots for St. Patrick’s Day, and talks with a local chef-owner about the thrill of spring.
There’s no better time than the Halloween season to venture into some of the most haunted places in the Philly area. Get out and enjoy spirits for a chance to encounter the other kind of spirits right here at a bar near you!
There are quite a few Oktoberfest celebrations in and around Philly this year, so get your beer mug and head on out to one of the awesome festivals below.
A classic French BYOB, an Irish pub celebrating Oktoberfest in September, and a feast to benefit Philadelphia Live Arts/Philly Fringe are on the spotlight this week.