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1. Llama Tooth1033 Spring Garden St, Philadelphia
2. Le Virtù1927 E Passyunk Ave, Philadelphia
3. Fare2028 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia
4. Frankford Hall1210 Frankford Ave, Philadelphia
5. Graffiti Bar124 S 13th St, Philadelphia
6. The Cambridge1508 South St, Philadelphia
7. Independence Beer Garden100 Independence Mall West, Philadelphia
8. P.Y.T.1050 N Hancock St, Philadelphia
9. Morgan's Pier221 N Columbus Blvd, Philadelphia
10. Rouge205 S 18th St, Philadelphia
11. City Tap House3925 Walnut St, Philadelphia
12. Talula's Garden210 W Washington Sq, Philadelphia
You can’t get more Philly than drinking microbrews next to a mural. This Spring Garden spot is a great asset to the rising neighborhood and has some great brews to try.
This taste of Italy in Philly serves fresh fare crafted with local ingredients. And if it can't locate the elements for a dish locally, it'll import them from Abruzzo, a region in Central Italy that was the inspiration for the place.
Fare is a outdoor spot repping Philly with a mural adorning the side of the restaurant’s outdoor space. You should totally stop in during happy hour for the essential combo of truffle fries and a dry martini.
One of the only year-round beer gardens, Frankford Hall is also the most traditional German biergarten. The brick-walled Fishtown spot has a menu that features German classics like spätzle, schnitzel, and six different types of sausages. Additionally, the draft beer list has over 10 different German beer selections, all available in large, liter steins. It's especially popular in the summer months, when an opening at one of the picnic tables is harder to find than a parking spot in Fairmount.
Graffiti Bar now has a snow-stopping clear roof and heat lamps so you can enjoy a bunch of food and drink specials with weather-related pricing. Offerings include Korean BBQ short rib satay, sauerkraut and Sriracha Reuben egg rolls, Banh Mi pork belly buns, and specialty cocktails, all $4 or less any day the temperature drops below 32F/there are Toros in the atmosphere.
Proving that following a legend won't always end in someone saying "Sorry sir, Meatloaf cleared out the continental breakfast" is Cambridge, which replaces the old grimy music venue Tritone with a new South St gastro from the crew behind Hawthorne's.
Located outdoors under a rope light canopy not far from the Liberty Bell and Independence Mall in Market East, Independence Beer Garden's vast 20,000sqft open space and long group picnic tables lead to the ultimate summer city escape. Regardless of how long you may be waiting at the packed bar for a drink, you'll enjoy the victory of sipping a local beer or housemade cocktail from the broad selection.
Updating a beloved classic can be a tricky affair and is often hit-or-miss in results, but P.Y.T.'s boozy spin on the traditional burger 'n' shake joint is definitely a hit. The food ranges from the expected Philly cheesesteak, albeit on a pretzel burger roll (!), to the more daring Adult Shakes, like the bourbon-infused Jack Rabbit Slim. Kids and dogs are welcome, too, so now the whole family can party together.
At this extensive waterfront beer garden, Morgan’s Pier, some of the area’s top chefs take over the Morgan’s Pier kitchen for a four-month “experiment" every year. With outdoor seating for up to 500 people, it's one of the best spots to enjoy a casual bite to eat, craft beer, wine, and cocktails.
The burgers at Rouge are a display of over indulgence. If you try one of 'em it's probably a good idea to have an empty stomach so you can actually finish the thing.
City Tap House has an extensive selection of micro-brews and delicious food to go along with them, as well as a killer patio for outdoor drinking.
Tucked between two commercial buildings, Talula's Garden is an oasis of greenery with a latticework of potted plants climbing the patio walls. The greenhouse-inspired interior is brimming with flowers, nature-themed cylindrical lamps, and pressed leaf artwork in light wooden frames. Decor aside, Talula’s main event is weekend brunch. The right way to brunch here is to order the Little Ricotta Doughnuts when you're seated and snack on them as you await more substantial dishes like an omelet with whipped goat cheese and roasted broccoli, and French toast stuffed with maple cream cheese and pears. Your meal will leave you irrevocably full, but we guarantee you won't regret a single bite.