Dive bars are known for their casual, unpretentious atmosphere. And at the spots listed here, you also get to control the bar vibe by way of the classic jukebox.
No matter where you are in Philadelphia lately, chances are good that you’re just steps away from a great burger.
In Philly, there are plenty of places to get a grown-up taste of your childhood favorite — without the cantankerous lunch lady.
Ahh, this is what the ideal bar burger should taste like. Featured a few years back as the best burger in Pennsylvania, Royal’s Angus burger features bacon, caramelized onions, smoked Gouda and spicy long hot peppers and chile mayo on a seeded brioche bun.
We’ve comprised a list of Philly’s best jukebox joints, and we’re talking the real deal – original jukeboxes that play scratchy old vinyls.
Check out Philly’s top spots for mussels.
Cheese deserves to be celebrated, so honor it with some of the best cheese dishes Philadelphia has to offer.
Urban Dictionary defines gastropub as “a pub serving high class food,” and on our list of the Philly’s top gastropubs, there are no sticky floors or greasy plates to be found.
Royal Tavern is bringing back menu items from bygone years this October the ten day celebration, which runs from Oct. 10th through the 19th.
Philadelphia is a city packed with pubs and fancy restaurants, which also makes it a city packed with burgers. We saved you the trouble by narrowing down the best burger joints in the city.
Looking for that great hangover cure, the Bloody Mary? Here are five great Bloody Marys in the City of Brotherly Love.
While nobody contests the satisfaction of old school Kraft on white Wonder bread in a pinch, our city’s epicureans have been experimenting with different artisan cheeses, rustic breads and fun fillers to see how they can break away from the triangular anachronism.