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Photo Credit: SouthHouse

Photo Credit: SouthHouse

2535 S 13th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19148

Dating is pretty difficult all by itself, however now that winter is in full force you can pretty much say goodbye to all fun outdoor activities, making it especially tough on you.

So since you’re pretty much only limited to indoor places this time of year (unless you have the budget of LeBron James and want to plan a winter getaway), there’s definitely pressure when it comes to picking the perfect place. After all, you’re going to want a place with a comfortable relaxed atmosphere that’s just nice enough to impress, and has food and drinks that you both want and like. Easy, right?

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Well pal, it’s time to meet your new go to date spot: SouthHouse. This new spot is in a nice, casual neighborhood, has a full open bar with a huge wine and beer list, the food is amazing and there’s something on the menu for even the pickiest of eaters to eat. Seriously, there are options for every carnivore, herbivore and gluten-free-ivore alike. It doesn’t get much more ideal than that.

You can start out with either a Whole Roasted Cauliflower or the House BBQ or Pork Nachos, and then move onto scrumptious carnivorous dinner items like the BBQ Pulled Pork Tacos and the SouthHouse Burger. Or if you’re looking for some more herbivore friendly bites, there are delicious options like the Garden Fresh press sandwich or the Veggie Tacos.

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Plus, SouthHouse is all about being a friendly place with friendly service, so you can sit and enjoy yourselves along with some tasty beverages for as long as you like (or for as long as you can stand). Also, if you catch the right night there, you can watch some random live music, sing some karaoke, play some trivia or participate in a theme night in order to keep you both amused and the conversation flowing.

So head to SouthHouse for your next date and here’s to hoping that you get another.

By Stephanie Hartmann

Stephanie Hartmann writes and edits E.S.P. Eat. See. Play. lifestyle content for CBS Philadelphia.