2740 South Front Street Philadelphia, PA 19148 +1 215 467 1980
Just a turn away from the Delaware Expressway, on the South Front Street, lies the Cheerleaders Gentlemen's Club. This swanky sports bar and strip club caters exclusively to the entertainment needs of gentlemen. The club has some special events planned each night to make your outing a special one. Watch the svelte dancers groove up on the stage as you sip your poison. Of course there are also sports specials planned, depending on who's playing whom. Cheerleaders also organizes a range of live events, like musical performances. However, if you'd like a more private setting, then this bar /club is also available for personal parties, like bachelor parties. Come Halloween, this bar/club has a range of events that will entertainingly spook you. Please see the website for further information.
480 South Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19146 +1 215 985 0420
Philadelphia Theatre Company presents its newly built state-of-the-art theater facility, Suzanne Roberts Theater. The theater has top-notch support facilities and brilliant lighting and acoustics. With an ultramodern decor and sparkling ambiance, the theater has a captivating feel to it.
2308 Snyder Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19145 +1 215 334 6000
Yesha Fellowship Hall, is pre-dominantly utilized to organize religious events, lectures and concerts. The Praise 4 Peace gospel concert was hosted at the hall. Each Sunday Lil Darell hosts the Sunday Night Live here. The focus is to bring together and unite the Christians, who are ardent music lovers. The 1st Annual Believers Ball Black Tie Affair was also held here.
2655 South Iseminger Street Philadelphia, PA 19148 +1 215 462 6991
The baby of Lou Carangi, this bakery attracts a lot of people to it. The Carangi Baking Company located in South Philadelphia has been in operation since a long time now serving some amazing baked bread. The goodies in the menu also include muffins, hamburger rolls, stromboli, granita besides the usual baked treats. For those with a sweet tooth, the 'Apple Cinammon' and 'ChocolateChip' muffins are a must-try. Combine any of these with a cappuccino and you're good to go. The best part about this place is the homely ambiance and yummy food at very reasonable prices.
701 South 4th Street Philadelphia, PA 19147 +1 215 238 1888
Southwark is a local favorite and a popular hang out spot for people of all ages. It is known all over Philadelphia for serving the best cocktails in town. The polite staff help set the mood for a wonderful Southwark experience. Try the homemade parmesan bread and lamb or grilled fish. And wet your palate with some of the wildest cocktails and wines. A visit to Southwark will keep you coming back for more!
627 South 3rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19147 +1 215 627 2485
David Ansill, owner and executive chef opened Ansill Food + Wine in February 2006. Join him and his wonderful staff as they take your taste buds through a delightful tour of fine European cuisine. Take a seat on one of the many wooden chairs at the bar or near the window. Green walls, wooden furniture and natural light, gives the place an earthy feel. Try a variety of foods from the interesting menu or Epoisses with Bourgogne. And for dessert, go for the saffron vanilla cheesecake or dessert wine Coteaux de layon. Sample some of the beers, champagne and other drinks available.
735 South 10th Street Philadelphia, PA 19147 +1 215 413 3999
Fresh food, cleanliness, friendly service, and good pricing are the reasons why there's always a crowd at this award-winning corner diner. Food is prepared in full view of customers and is extremely fresh. Their signature bacon and eggs platter is served with potatoes, and a big, crusty biscuit that resembles crumb cake. Vegetarian options include black bean and sweet potato burrito, tofu scrambler breakfast platter, and a Garden Keeper Frittata. This place is a good bet, but be prepared for a long wait to be seated on a hot, outdoor patio and coffee served in pewter mugs that give it a strange, metallic taste.
114 South 20th Street Philadelphia, PA 19103 +1 215 665 9150
Tinto offers pintxos (pronounced "peen-choes"), or Basque tapas, in the midst of a comfortable wine-cellar atmosphere with hundreds of wines from which to choose. Nearby parking is limited, but 19th Street Station is only three blocks away. And with both a bar and tables, Tinto can accommodate parties of many sizes. A delight for anyone familiar with Basque cuisine, and a treat for anybody new to it, Tinto is a great place to relax in the evening.
123 South Broad Street 1240 Philadelphia, PA 19109 +1 215 731 9668
Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts offers something for just about everyone in a wide variety of performing arts venues. This cultural area attracts audiences year round with venues like the Academy of Music, the Merriam Theater, Wilma Theater, and Regional Performing Arts Center. It encompasses both North and South Broad Street.
480 South Broad Street Suzanne Roberts Theatre Philadelphia, PA 19146 +1 215 985 0420
With a mix of recent New York favorites and new works on their way to New York, the Philadelphia Company is a good bet for a night out. It is usually nominated for several awards each year, and frequently walks away with some of them. There are receptions on opening nights, plus special events such as "Meet the Artists" and beer or wine tastings during the run of a show. Its home, the Plays and Players Theatre, is probably the best-looking, intimate theatre in town. It's an ornate, early 20th-century pile, well worth a visit on architectural merits alone.
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