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Absinthe 'tails from Philly's top two lady bartenders

Published On 11/26/2012 Published On 11/26/2012

Not just a really important bible dude (probably?), Emmanuelle's also a bar from the same guy behind PYT: an intimate, back of the Piazza, 35-seat craft 'tails hideaway with a baby grand piano. The 'Tenders: There're two girls behind the bar -- a Farmer's Cabinet alum and an Oyster House vet -- who've designed a Franco-centric list of imbibables that should go over well with the Freaks and Geeks. The Cocktails: All new/classic drink-ables, like a Vieux Carre with Rittenhouse Bonded Rye and a Jameson and orange bitters-filled Blarney Stone which'll help you kiss your night goodbye. The Other Booze: They've also got three beers (including Abita Turbodog), aperitifs, and seven bubbly cocktails like the Ernest Hemingway-invented Death In The Afternoon, a champagne flute they fill with absinthe so you feel at least a little more man(uelle)ly.

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1. Emmanuelle Hancock St and Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19102 (Nolibs)

Not just a really important bible dude (probably?), Emmanuelle's also a bar from the same guy behind PYT: an intimate, back of the Piazza, 35-seat craft 'tails hideaway with a baby grand piano.

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