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.
Whatever your reason for not imbibing, Philadelphia bars are becoming more innovative with their mocktail offerings and others have activities other than drinking you can partake in.
Valentine’s Day isn’t just for couples. It can be just as enjoyable for singles. Whether getting together with your friends or attending one of these events, you are sure to have a good time.
At one point in time, Philadelphia was a jazz haven, with greats like Dizzy Gillespie and John Coltrane calling the city home. Read on for the top of the top jazz bands in Philadelphia.
Regardless if it’s a hot toddy, Irish coffee, hot buttered rum, apple cider or mulled wine you seek, Philadelphia has you covered.
If you happen to be a cowboy or cowgirl living in Philadelphia, there’s a country-western bar waiting for you.
If you are looking to check out some local acts at a small price, there are plenty of venues you’ll enjoy.
Happy hour is the best part of the day for many, and great cocktails at an inexpensive price point make it even better. With that, here are the top cocktail happy hours in Philadelphia.
Rittenhouse Square is one of the most popular places in the city for shopping, dining and drinking. If you’re planning a night out on the town, this area has plenty of places to go.
Head to one of these places to watch a basketball game in Philadelphia.
Ward off the wintertime blues with one of these top hot winter drink ideas suggested by Philadelphia area event planner Renee Patrone.
Philadelphia is a city brimming with history and romance. In wintertime, the City of Brotherly Love is a veritable cornucopia of venues and destinations for couples seeking a dating experience that embraces the season.
Whether you are looking for something classic, tropical or just a bit swanky, here at the top five new cocktail bars that opened in 2014 in Philly.
Here are some suggestions of lower-cost venues and places that will give you the most bang for your buck for an enjoyable evening out for around $25.