3 days ago

Dock Street Brewing is Opening its Second Brewery in South Philly

Dock Street Brewery, Philadelphia’s oldest brewing company, is opening a new production facility and taproom in a former tile warehouse at 21st and Washington Avenue in South Philly.

Rosemarie Certo, the president and co-founder of the brewery, told Philly.com that she hopes the offshoot brewery will help revitalize the neighborhood as their current outpost has helped the neighborhood around their 50th and Baltimore Avenue location glow.

    Dock Street Brewing is Opening its Second Brewery in South Philly
    Dock Street Brewery, Philadelphia's oldest brewing company, is opening a new production facility and taproom in a former tile warehouse at 21st and Washington Avenue in South Philly. The Dock Street team plans on moving their recently debuted canning operation that is currently housed in a former firehouse behind the brewpub to the much larger South Philly space.
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3 days ago

Imbibe With the Bears at the Philly Zoo Summer Ale Festival, June 23

...re coming via public transit, you can hop a ride on the free shuttle from 30th and Market Street. There’s also a VIP option available for $80 with one hour early entry. Designated...

    Imbibe With the Bears at the Philly Zoo Summer Ale Festival, June 23
    Beer and bites meet bears and birds at the Philadelphia Zoo's Summer Ale Festival , back for another year on Saturday, June 23. Hang out with your friends in the company of exotic animals, food trucks and live music at this craft beer fest that takes place throughout the zoo's lush grounds and exhibits.
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4 days ago

Where to Watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Philadelphia

This Northern Liberties bar is a haven for soccer players 365 days a year, so it’s no surprise they are one of our top picks to watch the Cup. Enjoy the games on with sound, and stay until the evening when the upstairs bar turns into a dance club to party the night away. Sound on. (700 N 2nd St.)

...projector screen and VIP rooftop access. As is tradition, the bar will close down the 700 block of South Street for the final match on Sunday, July 15 with a huge viewing party at 10...

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...U-Bahn will be having watch parties with $5 select drafts and apps. Sound on. (1318 Chestnut St....

...AM for the following two weeks to broadcast all the games with sound. Sound on. (1500 Locust St....

Three special happy hours await in Old City in honor of the World Cup. From Sunday, June 24 to Tuesday, June 26 Cuba Libre will be showing the 2 PM games and offering special $5 tapas, and cocktails, wine and beer priced between $4-$5. Sound off. (10 S 2nd St.)

The perfect spot for any sporting event, Field House features over 35 HD TVs and 40 beers on draft. They won’t be opening for the early games, but will be showing any games occurring after 11:30 AM with accompanying $3 Bud Light and $4 Neshaminy Creek drafts. Sound off. (1150 Filbert St.)

...Liberty and a special raffle table to benefit the Kensington Youth Soccer Club. Sound off. (100 E Girard Ave....

They’ll be opening at 11 AM every day as usual and will be showing any game that’s on (with sound by request). Some drink specials include $3 domestic drafts and a selection of $12 domestic beer buckets. Sound by request. (16 S 2nd St.)

Catch all the World Cup games at this Irish pub located right off of South Steet. They offer a host of daily specials and open early at 9 AM on the weekends so you won’t miss a game. Sound off. (611 S. 3rd St)

Stop by Sto’s in Old City to watch the World Cup matches, enjoy tons of daily food and drink specials and even play FIFA on their PS4. Sound will be on based on the game, definitely for the big matches. Sound on. (236 Market St.)

Watch every single game with sound at this conveniently located Irish bar. They’ll be offering $4 Carlsberg and Kronenbourg 1664 all tournament long—in addition to giveaways, raffles and other specials. Check out their Facebook page for a full event list and hours. Sound off. (1600 Arch St.)

    Where to Watch the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Philadelphia
    Every four years soccer fans around the world come together to cheer on their nation's teams in the FIFA World Cup. This year's games, which are being hosted by Russia, begin on Thursday, June 14 and conclude on Sunday, July 15. Check out the full schedule of games here .
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6 days ago

Where to Drink Near Philadelphia's New Rail Park

On Thursday, June 14, the former Reading Railroad Viaduct space at 13th and Noble will become Philadelphia's Rail Park, the city's answer to New York's High...

Stop in for the excellent cocktail list, extensive whiskey selection, bar snacks, and laid back atmosphere, and stay for the go-go dancers. (339 N 11th St; 267-239-0290)

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Prohibition Taproom Though Prohibition Taproom is best known for its craft beer menu, don't overlook its cocktail program or its seasonal food menu. (501 N 13th St; 215-238-1818) 

Love City Brewing A new addition to Spring Garden's brewery scene, Love City Brewing is housed in a former rail parts factory, serving their signature brews alongside other local beers, bar snacks, and a rotating list of food trucks. (1023 Hamilton St; 215-398-1900)

This Chambersburg brewery's barrel house, decorated with murals from local artists, offers a full selection of Roy Pitz's beers as well as a full food menu. (990 Spring Garden St; 215-992-6792)

W/N W/N Coffee Bar This cozy cafe serves coffee during the afternoon but stays open late, hosting special events (including pop-ups from Pizza Gutt) and offering a full menu of beer, wine, and cocktails. (931 Spring Garden St)

This secretive, cash-only Chinatown speakeasy is home to some of the city's best cocktails — but make sure you follow the rules to the letter, or you may not be allowed back. (1029 Race Street)

    Where to Drink Near Philadelphia's New Rail Park
    On Thursday, June 14, the former Reading Railroad Viaduct space at 13th and Noble will become Philadelphia's Rail Park, the city's answer to New York's High Line Park.
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May 22

Drink Philly's Guide to 2018 Philly Beer Week, June 1-10

...tasting glass. General admission tickets are $46 and come with unlimited pours and a glass.  (29 E Allen St....

...and Russian River. Check out their Facebook event page for each day’s draft list. (1500 Locust St....

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Legendary Center City bar Monk’s is hosting another legend at beer week this year. Meet owner and brewer John Kimmich of The Alchemist, known for his beer, Heady Topper, the unofficial creator of the New England IPA. Cash only, plan on getting there early. (264 S 16th St.)

...City will be on hand serving up cans and drafts. May the best brew win! (1148 S 11th St....

...hand to provide the brews and proceeds from the fun will benefit dog rescue charities. (3467 Richmond St....

Homebrew pros will face off at Jose Pistola's for a chance to brew at Dogfish Head Brewery. Tickets are $25 and get you unlimited homebrew samples and a chance to vote for the best beer. Purchase them online here. (263 S 15th St.)

Visit Old City for their weekly burlesque and cabaret show featuring lots of suds and specials. Doors at 9 PM, show starts at 10 PM. (10 S Front St.)

...most brews gets a steady spot on the lines at both of Lucky’s locations. (848 S 2nd St. & 4421 Main St...

...steady spot on the lines at both of Lucky’s locations. (848 S 2nd St. & 4421 Main St....

Get your laugh on this beer week at this comedy showcase. Tickets are $10 and include a stellar lineup of six comics and one pint of a flagship Saint Benjamin beer. Grab your tickets here. (1710 North 5th St.)

...consumers grab the snazziest cans. Tickets are $15 and include discounted beers from panelist breweries. (1320 Chestnut St....

Strangelove’s is hosting a beertastic evening of quizzo with the help of Allagash and Bell’s. Starting at 5 PM meet some awesome brew reps before quizzo kicks off at 6 PM with beer prizes, a tap takeover and more. (216 S 11th St.)

...hand with giveaways—only if you are able to beat them at a board game. (6235 Frankford Ave....

...kayak, which will depart from the Community Boathouse. Tickets include one beer—buy them here. (5400 Lindbergh Ave....

A Philly-style luau awaits in the Northeast with tropical beers from Rivertowne Brewing. The party will feature a limbo contest, pineapple bowling, pass the coconut, leis, giveaways, and perhaps a slushy machine. (7980 Oxford Ave.)

Build a derby car and partake in a race across the first floor of this Center City bar. Sly Fox and Troegs will be on hand to provide the cans and registration is at 5 PM and the races begin at 7 PM. Read the event listing for derby car rules. (224 S 15th St.)

Dominion Oak Barrel. Enjoy them in a flight, solo or paired with the spirit that they were aged in. (509 S 2nd St.)

This festival is a homage to beer and the jam band music. Splintered Sunlight, the area’s top Grateful Dead cover band, will headline the festival and brews from Sierra Nevada, Terrapin, Fat Heads and Starr Hill will be showcased. (3925 Walnut St.)

...breweries like Russian River. We’ll update the article when the draft list is released. (4333 Spruce St....

    Drink Philly's Guide to 2018 Philly Beer Week, June 1-10
    Philly Beer Week is back and bigger than ever for its 11th year from Friday, June 1 through Sunday, June 10. Quite possibly the best week of the year for beer drinkers, PBW takes over the city with pairings, classes, games, dinners, festivals and all things beer.
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May 15

Harper's Garden is Rittenhouse's Newest Urban Oasis

...to Rittenhouse Square: Harper's Garden, a new bar & restaurant located at the corner of 31 S. 18th Street (between Market & Chestnut). The new outdoor space will host its grand opening on Wednesday, May...

    Harper's Garden is Rittenhouse's Newest Urban Oasis
    FCM Hospitality , the team behind Philly favorites like Morgan's Pier, Parks on Tap, and Concourse, is bringing a new concept to Rittenhouse Square: Harper's Garden , a new bar & restaurant located at the corner of 31 S. 18th Street (between Market & Chestnut).
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May 10

Where to Take Mom for Brunch in Philadelphia This Mother's Day

Visit this Center City, Northern Italian restaurant for a selection of Mother’s Day Specials in addition to their normal a la carte brunch menu. Additions include filet mignon benedict, Maine lobster frittata, cannoli pancakes and smoked salmon pizza. (111 S 17th St)

...hash, cream chipped beef and tofu scramble.  Email gooseislandphilly@gmail.com to make a reservation. (1002 Canal St...

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...carrot cake and dark chocolate ganache tarts. Call 215-790-2533 to make a reservation.  (210 W Rittenhouse Sq...

...poached egg and hollandaise. Menu items are sold a la carte, make a reservation here. (125 S 15th St...

...include tiramisu affogato, zabaglione (Italian custard), cheesecake, and flourless chocolate cake. Reserve your spot here. (14 N Front St...

...gelati, vanilla sandwich cookies, lemon cheesecake and chocolate peanut butter cakes. Reserve your spot here. (50 S 16th St...

...chicken. Desserts include lemon pound cake and brownies. Tickets are $69.90, purchase them here. (401 S Columbus Blvd...

...a selection of beignets, tarts and brownies. Credit cards are required to make a reservation. (509 S 2nd St...

...a dessert station with options like mini pies, macaroons, and tarts. Make a reservation here. (1850 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy...

    Where to Take Mom for Brunch in Philadelphia This Mother's Day
    Mother's Day is this Sunday, May 13, and there's no better way to show Mom you care than by treating her to a delicious brunch-and buying her a few cocktails, of course. Here are the best restaurants serving up brunch for mom on her special day. Make sure to make a reservation!
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May 02

Where to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo 2018 in Philadelphia

Specials for the Mexican holiday include $2 Tecates, $5 margaritas, $3 chips and salsa and $5 nachos. (1901 Callowhill St.)

Delicious drinks await at this Northern Liberties Mexican restaurant. Drink specials include $3 Tecate, $4 Dos Equis, $5 sangria, $6 classic margs and $7.50 watermelon margs. (931 N 2nd St.)

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Come with friends to this East Passyunk bar that’ll be serving drinks made for sharing. Offerings include the 192 ounce Mexican mule (Hornitos, Owen’s Ginger, lime) for $65 and the 34 ounce Mega Bebida de Pomelo (Hornitos, Owen’s Grapefruit, lime). (1651 East Passyunk Ave.)

...and $13 Cinco party nachos (serves four people). DJs will begin playing at 3 PM. (3945 Chestnut St....

...for half the day until a DJ takes over for the evening at 6 PM. (2000 Ranstead St....

Enjoy specials like $5 Corona, Corona Light, Pacifico and Modelo all day at this Girard Avenue bar. Other offerings include $9 blood orange margaritas, $5 tequila sunrise Jell-O shots, $10 frozen pina coladas and $6 Bacardi Oakheart and Coke.  (100 E Girard Ave.)

...special menu featuring empanadas, wings, tacos, nachos and quesadillas. Live music starts at 10 PM. (207 Chestnut St....

Partake in a taco eating contest at North Bowl’s first outdoor party of the year. The party will have adult pinatas, prizes, drink specials from Hornitos Tequila and DJs. Free to enter, to join the taco eating contest register here. (909 N. 2nd St)

Head to this Midtown tiki bar to fulfil all your Cinco de Mayo needs. Specials include $7 frozen margs, $7 Altos shots, $4 Tecate and $5 Corona. DJ comes on at 2 PM. (102 S. 13th St.)

Celebrate Cinco in Old City with $4 Corona and Corona Light, $3 beef tacos, $3 chips and salsa, and two for $8 empanadas. (16 S 2nd St.)

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with $5-$8 bar bites, $6 margaritas, $3 Tecates, and $3 draft beers at this Headhouse spot. They’ll also be doing giveaways and will be raffling off a Patron gift basket. (408 S 2nd St.)

    Where to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo 2018 in Philadelphia
    We all know Philadelphians love their Margarita Mondays and their Taco Tuesdays, so it comes as no surprise we also love to an excuse to party on Cinco de Mayo, especially since it's occurring on a Saturday this year, the same day at the Kentucky Derby.
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May 01

Where to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo 2018 in Philly

Specials for the Mexican holiday include $2 Tecates, $5 margaritas, $3 chips and salsa and $5 nachos. (1901 Callowhill St.)

Delicious drinks await at this Northern Liberties Mexican restaurant. Drink specials include $3 Tecate, $4 Dos Equis, $5 sangria, $6 classic margs and $7.50 watermelon margs. (931 N 2nd St.)

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Come with friends to this East Passyunk bar that’ll be serving drinks made for sharing. Offerings include the 192 ounce Mexican mule (Hornitos, Owen’s Ginger, lime) for $65 and the 34 ounce Mega Bebida de Pomelo (Hornitos, Owen’s Grapefruit, lime). (1651 East Passyunk Ave.)

...and $13 Cinco party nachos (serves four people). DJs will begin playing at 3 PM. (3945 Chestnut St....

...for half the day until a DJ takes over for the evening at 6 PM. (2000 Ranstead St....

Enjoy specials like $5 Corona, Corona Light, Pacifico and Modelo all day at this Girard Avenue bar. Other offerings include $9 blood orange margaritas, $5 tequila sunrise jell-o shots, $10 frozen pina coladas and $6 Bacardi Oakheart and Coke.  (100 E Girard Ave.)

...special menu featuring empanadas, wings, tacos, nachos and quesadillas. Live music starts at 10 PM. (207 Chestnut St....

Partake in a taco eating contest at North Bowl’s first outdoor party of the year. The party will have adult pinatas, prizes, drink specials from Hornitos Tequila and DJs. Free to enter, to join the taco eating contest register here. (909 N. 2nd St)

Head to this Midtown tiki bar to fulfil all your Cinco de Mayo needs. Specials include $7 frozen margs, $7 Altos shots, $4 Tecate and $5 Corona. DJ comes on at 2 PM. (102 S. 13th St.)

Celebrate Cinco in Old City with $4 Corona and Corona Light, $3 beef tacos, $3 chips and salsa, and two for $8 empanadas. (16 S 2nd St.)

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with $5-$8 bar bites, $6 margaritas, $3 Tecates, and $3 draft beers at this Headhouse spot. They’ll also be doing giveaways and will be raffling off a Patron gift basket. (408 S 2nd St.)

    Where to Celebrate Cinco de Mayo 2018 in Philly
    We all know Philadelphians love their Margarita Mondays and their Taco Tuesdays, so it comes as no surprise we also love to an excuse to party on Cinco de Mayo, especially since it's occurring on a Saturday this year, the same day at the Kentucky Derby.
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May 01

Where to Watch the 2018 Kentucky Derby in Philly

Visit this hotel bar for juleps, live music, and games. Prizes will be awarded to the best dressed couple, best hat and best bow tie. (1421 Arch St.)

Head to this Kensington gastropub for a twist on the classic julep. For $10 guests can sip the “Romeo and Julep” made with Old Grandad Bourbon, pineapple shrub and fresh mint. (2301 E. Albert St.)

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A giant Kentucky Derby watch party awaits at this sports bar. Listen to live music from the Secret Service while enjoying $5 mint juleps and Angry Orchard Rosé. Don your best big hat and you could win $250. (1150 Filbert St.)

...hand-crafted mint julep, a stainless mint julep cup, three raffle tickets and a koozie. (2001 Market St....

Catch “the greatest two minutes in sports” at this Old City bar with “Julep Jawns” made with Knob Creek Rye, green chartreuse, simple syrup, mint, angostura—best of all they’re only $5. Food specials include shrimp and grits and deviled eggs.  (433 Chestnut St.)

Rittenhouse American restaurant Square 1682 will offer a $10 Maker’s Mark julep to sip and free truffle popcorn to enjoy while watching the big race. (121 S 17th St.)

Visit this Headhouse Square southern spot for their annual outdoor Derby party featuring $6 mint juleps. All guests will be entered to win a commemorative Woodford Reserve Kentucky Derby bottle and other prizes will be awarded to guests with the best hat and best bow tie. (509 S 2nd St.)

    Where to Watch the 2018 Kentucky Derby in Philly
    On Saturday, May 5, the country's fastest horses will hit the track in Louisville, Kentucky for the 144th Kentucky Derby. Whether you're a huge fan of the track or are just in it for the big hats and bow ties, here's where to you can go to put sip your bourbon and watch the race in Philadelphia.
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Apr 27

Flavors on the Avenue Street Festival Returns to East Passyunk, April 29

Love City Brewing is opening a Philadelphia area brewpub on Thursday, April 19 at 1023 Hamilton Street in the Spring Arts neighborhood....read more ›

    Flavors on the Avenue Street Festival Returns to East Passyunk, April 29
    The East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District is hosting Flavors on the Avenue , a huge street festival featuring bites and booze from over two dozen of the Avenue's best restaurants on Sunday, April 29 from 11 AM - 5 PM.
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Apr 25

Harp & Crown is Featuring a Fresh New Spring Cocktail Menu

Love City Brewing is opening a Philadelphia area brewpub on Thursday, April 19 at 1023 Hamilton Street in the Spring Arts neighborhood....read more ›

    Harp & Crown is Featuring a Fresh New Spring Cocktail Menu
    Michael Schulson's pastoral Midtown Village hotspot, Harp & Crown , is now featuring brand-new, seasonal cocktails for springtime, which focus on fresh ingredients, creative combinations, and spirits from around the world.
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Apr 24

Dogfish Head Releases Perfect Beer for Wine Lovers

Love City Brewing is opening a Philadelphia area brewpub on Thursday, April 19 at 1023 Hamilton Street in the Spring Arts neighborhood....read more ›

    Dogfish Head Releases Perfect Beer for Wine Lovers
    The mixed up beer is fermented with 49% grapes and 51% grain, making it legally the closest a beer can be to wine. The grapes are a late harvest Viognier variety and come from Alexandria Nicole Cellars in Washington. The finished product clocks in at about 7.5% ABV and has an overall flavor of white grape, melon and crisp white wine.
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Apr 24

AB InBev Buys Up Three Liquor Companies

This time, we're focusing on Zavino, which serves up wood-fired pizzas alongside an excellent wine program on the corner of 13th and Sansom right in t...read more ›

Love City Brewing is opening a Philadelphia area brewpub on Thursday, April 19 at 1023 Hamilton Street in the Spring Arts neighborhood....read more ›

    AB InBev Buys Up Three Liquor Companies
    Anheuser-Busch InBev continues its neverending expansion and acquisitions , though this time it isn't a local brewery being bought out-the goliath beer company has recently purchased The Atom Group, Forbes reports , a parent organization to three spirit distributors, including Master of Malt , a major online whiskey retailer.
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