There’s nothing more relaxing than sipping a cold brew or enjoying a nice cocktail outside when the weather is warm. Fortunately, Philadelphia has no shortage of outdoor patios.
I loved this place when I sampled burgers nine years ago, and I still love it today. First off, Standard Tap is perhaps the best venue for local beers, with at least a dozen on tap at all times. Second, it’s a real bar – not a frou-frou trendy place, not a gimmicky themed faux bar.
Philly has numerous bars – from the laid back to the more upscale – with a wood-burning fireplace roaring this winter.
The weather is officially frigid, but here’s where to thaw out by the fireplace (or pit!) in Philadelphia.
Gather some friends and visit these Philadelphia spots to imbibe tasty fall beers that celebrate the season.
Here are some of the top places in Philly to enjoy a locally brewed beer.
Philadelphia may have more than its share of urban outdoor dining spots, but when it comes to rooftop bars and lounges, the city—sadly—comes up short. Still, the pickings aren’t quite slim to none.
In Philadelphia, there are literally hundreds of taverns with happy hours from which to choose. Here are some of the best.
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.
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!
Philadelphia is known for its cheesesteaks, pretzels and sports fans. Now, we’re being recognized for our beer.
The Northern Liberties gastropub is touted for its inclusion of local brews.
Konstantinos Pitsillides, who was again up for best chef/Mid-Atlantic, was not selected as a finalist. “My aim is not James Beard, it’s just my customers.”
Looking for that great hangover cure, the Bloody Mary? Here are five great Bloody Marys in the City of Brotherly Love.
Philly Beer Week’s Hammer of Glory is making its way to the Opening Tap ceremony and it’s making some unusual stops along the way.