Abe Fisher Philadelphia
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Abe Fisher

A restaurant that playfully reflects the multicultural cuisines of the Jewish diaspora does not exactly scream “best amari selection in the city,” but that’s exactly what’s going on behind the…

pub & kitchen philly
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Pub & Kitchen

Renowned for its burger but adept at so much more, P&K is the urbane establishment we all wish we had on—and in—our corner. As the neophytes fawn over the basics…

oyster house bar philadelphia
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Oyster House

The Mink family’s Center City seafood house has quietly positioned itself as one of the steadiest cocktail bars in the city. The bartenders are fast and friendly, the gin collection…

bob & barbara's bar philly
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Bob & Barbara’s

Bob & Barb’s, a fixture on the quieter half of iconic South Street, features what might be the biggest collection of displayable Pabst Blue Ribbon memorabilia in the country. It…

oscars tavern philly dive bar
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Oscar’s Tavern

An old-timey holdout on a Center City street dominated by nouveau-riche destinations, Oscar’s is a classic. Quite simply, Philly would be crappier without this bar, from décor on down. Dive…

monk's cafe beer bar philadelphia
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Monk’s Cafe

If you only have time for one Philly beer stop, it should probably be Monk’s, one of the most influential Belgian beer destinations in the country. Owner Tom Peters, one…

locust rendezvous philadelphia
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Locust Rendezvous

There’s a genuine energy bolstering “The Vous,” a true oasis of no-bullshit Center City drinking that comes alive during games and chugs along the rest of the time. Servers and…

jose pistola's sports bar philadelphia
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Jose Pistola’s

Jose’s could pass as a Mexican restaurant with killer craft drafts and a solid list of cocktails. But visit during an Eagles game or Barclays Premier League match and you’ll…