939 North Delaware Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19123 +1 215 931 0101
If you want to add some vibrancy to your nightlife, Roxxy stands a good option for a great night-out. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays are especially eventful here. You cannot miss the fun of loud music, hip crowd and the mod atmosphere when at Roxxy. And not to forget the prime location of this place, which makes it the most happening hot-spot in Philly. So make sure you are dressed to impress to match the elegant ambiance and ultra-modern people.
14000 Bustleton Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19116 +1 215 671 9234
Whiskey Tango sits just on the border of the Philadelphia, but has all the excitement of the city bars. However, Whiskey Tango has one thing most city bars don't have - space. With 3 full bars downstairs as well as an upstairs dance floor and plenty of mini-bars for bottles, Whiskey Tango has plenty of room to move, mingle and dance. Make sure to check out this popular bar on the weekends for local live bands and plenty of drink specials.
1600 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19121 +1 215 763 7700
Pearl Theatre At Avenue North has several screens for your viewing pleasure. For a more enjoyable experience, sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda from the refreshment stand. Call for film times, ticket prices and further information.
8126 Germantown Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19118 +1 215 247 7374
Get the best of both worlds- an ice cream parlor inside a bakery. Bredenbeck's has certainly cornered the market on sweets from their small storefront in Chestnut Hill. They're experts in everything from butter cookies to wedding cakes. Their treats are sure to satisfy any cravings your sweet tooth might have. They even have pet-friendly sweets for your dog! Make sure to check out the variety in their ice cream parlor. They often feature the hard-to-find "Gadzooks" ice cream made popular by Philadelphia radio personalities "Preston and Steve." Prices range from $2 for a small treat to $30 and up for larger cakes.
640 North Broad Street Wallace Street Philadelphia, PA 19130 +1 215 763 0920
From the decor to the dishes, the chefs have done it again! The Osteria restaurant by Marc Vetri and Jeff Benjamin caters to the Italian food loving population of Philly. A good wine list is what is expected, and it's exactly what the guests get over here. The waiting staff is not that great but at least they don't mess up the orders. And you would want the food as soon as possible once you are done with the starters. The antipasti, ravioli and pizzas are scrumptious to say the least.
101 North 20th Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 +1 215 636 0228
The name Bamboo Lounge might not really sound upscale, but as soon as you walk in you will know that you made the right choice. With black interiors, leather couches, candlelight and a low seating, this place is happening, romantic and a great weekend hot-spot. The bar has heady concoctions, and the pub grub available is not so bad either. And if you are looking for any other incentive, you won't be disappointed-the rotating DJs and the adorable waitresses keep both men and women patrons happy.
400 Ranstead Street On 4th Street between Market & Chesnut Philadelphia, PA 19106 +1 215 925 7900
For quality films in an old-time movie atmosphere, head to this five-screen venue. Equipped with good sound systems and comfortable seating, this venue sure makes movie-watching an enjoyable experience. For further details, check the website.
2700 Southampton Road Philadelphia, PA 19154 +1 215 336 2000
If you want to enjoy an action-packed evening filled with entertainment, then you must catch at least one event at this arena. Whether it's a rock concert, or a thought-provoking theatre performance, you are sure to have a pleasant time here. The venue also hosts sporting events like the Ring of Honor Wresting Tournament. So don't waste more time and call the box office for a schedule and book your tickets right away.
9140 Roosevelt Boulevard Philadelphia, PA 19115 +1 215 673 5750
If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the Light House Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like Chicken Fingers and Mac & Cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
1346 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19121 +1 215 765 2793
Established with humble beginnings in 1966 by John Allen, the 300-seat Freedom Theater is the oldest African-American venue in the state. Allen, who gained fame for his involvement in community activities, started the troupe in the 19th Century mansion of thespian Edwin Forrest. Today, the theater is divided into two parts, the Repertory, which produces a full season of performances annually and the Performing Arts Training Program, which provides instruction to a new generation of artists. Harlem Renaissance classics such as Langston Hughes' Black Nativity and modern pieces like Cooley High are on the program. Call for show times and ticket prices.
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