1001 North 2nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19123 +1 215 923 4600
Open on all days of the week, Gunners Run restaurant serves regular American fare of hot dogs, sausages, burgers, salads and french fries, with a variety of options in the vegetarian and vegan diet too. Gorge on the lovely meals and along with that you can also choose from the assorted drinks menu featuring draught beer, home-made specialty cocktails, bourbons and so forth. Visit the place during happy hours and you can avail of great deals on food and drinks. Be it the cozy interiors or the outdoor patio setup, the Gunners Run never lets you down with its vibrant ambiance that is further enhanced with lively and fun events like concerts and flea markets. Call for more details.
1356 North Front Street Philadelphia, PA 19122 +1 215 634 6430
A small, unassuming establishment located at the corner of North Front Street and West Master Street, The El Bar may look like a shady run-of-the-mill dive bar, but step inside, and discover what makes this one of the popular night spots in the area. An ideal place to head to with friends after a hard day at work, The El Bar offers refreshing, cool beers that are reasonably priced, so you won't have to worry about it burning a hole in your pocket. Also there is live music hosted here regularly, so do call ahead. However, do carry some cash, as the place does not accept credit cards.
941 North Front Street Philadelphia, PA 19123 +1 215 235 1385
An amazing theater with fab shows and free beer. Yes, that's 941 Theater for you. This upscale, contemporary theater organizes a variety of shows for their esteemed customers and to ensure that they have a good time, offer them free beer! and if you're not in the mood for beer they give you the freedom to bring your own booze. What're you waiting for. Head to the 941 Theater for a fun and uninhibited night.
520 North Delaware Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19123 +1 215 627 3030
If you are single and looking for a fantastic place to party while on a trip to Philadelphia, head straight to Solo Nightclub. This jazzy night club attracts the hottest singles from all over the city and has an absolutely fantastic ambience. Several events are held at this nightclub and among the famous ones is "Wild On". The interiors are excellent and the club boasts of a pretty good bar menu as well. A great place to socialize, especially if you are single and ready to mingle.
Willow Street Between 7th and 8th Streets Philadelphia, PA 19123 +1 215 922 7500
Shampoo Nightclub is a teen nightclub located in the city of Philadelphia. Teen clubs are a rarity and this place is thus very popular among the teens of the city. The nightclub features events and specials especially for this young crowd and is usually crowded during weeknights. The place is well laid-out with a spacious dance-floor, bars on each of the two floors and a separate salsa room. From pop, hip-hop and industrial to the latest in house, everything is played here. A lot of parents head here along with their 'under 21' kids, and this club promises fun for all.
637 North Third Street Philadelphia, PA 19123 +1 215 627 6711
This Belgian-style restaurant called Abbaye is popular with vegetarians and beer connoisseurs alike. A nice selection of draft beers and red and white wines are available in addition to menu items like Belgian Tomato Soup and mixed greens salad with tomato vinaigrette. The dining area is furnished with red wood tables, LCD TVs surround the bar, which make it a decent place to watch sports events, and karaoke is featured on Sunday nights from 10p to 2a. Friendly service combined with good food and drinks are the reason why Abbaye is a favorite among hip Philadelphians.
1400 North American Street Philadelphia, PA 19122 +1 215 232 3203
This contemporary arts center is helping to serve as a catalyst to the neighborhood's burgeoning arts scene, and offers new and established artists the opportunity to present their work to the public. Housed inside the former Crane Plumbing Company building (circa 1905) are several galleries-including a space for live music and performing arts called the Ice Box and a large open air patio referred to as the Green Space. In addition to several exhibits are painters, photographers, and sculptors busy at work on their next project in one of the many studio spaces. Admission to all events are free which makes this a perfect place to spend some time while in the city. The only drawback-Crane Arts LLC is closed during the month of August.
2nd And Poplar Street901 North 2nd Street 2nd And Poplar Street Philadelphia, PA 19123 +1 215 238 0630
This brew pub with a dimly lit interior, dark wood tables, and antique-style collectables hanging on the walls makes for a cozy atmosphere. But if you're looking for a bottle of one of those well-known beers, you'll have to go elsewhere. Standard Tap only serves local microbrews on draft such as the Slyfox Pikeland Pils or the Victory Hope Devil either of which goes perfectly with the Standard Tap Burger. Weekend brunch is popular with entrees such as the ham & cheddar omelet or French Toast with raspberry puree. The first Saturday Brunch of the month features something for the whole family. Parents can relax while children are entertained with the live music of Lara and Joe in the upstairs bar.
338 North 8th Street Between 8th & Callow Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106 +1 215 925 1900
Beyond is a New York style club with a cool lounge area. The crowd is as hip as the club's decor, and you can sit in any one of the luxury booths or at the VIP lounge, which overlooks the dance floor. So take your pick from the wide selection of cocktails on the menu and have a swinging time.
931 North 2nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19123 +1 215 629 0500
Azure accurately bills itself as a vacation style restaurant. With it's array of tropical drinks, outdoor seating, and open-air indoor dining during warmer months, customers feel as if they're at a resort. Brunch is quite a treat with menu items like peanut butter-filled French toast and Western omelet wrap. Having received awards from several Philadelphia publications including Best Restaurant for Vegetarians and Best Happy Hour, Azure is considered a trendy spot among locals in the Northern Liberties; and with it's great food, service, and pleasant atmosphere at an affordable cost, it's easy to see why.
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