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1. National Mechanics22 S 3rd St, Philadelphia
2. Khyber Pass Pub56 S 2nd St, Philadelphia
3. Sassafras48 S 2nd St, Philadelphia
4. Cavanaugh's Rittenhouse1823 Sansom St, Philadelphia
5. Eulogy Belgian Tavern136 Chestnut St, Philadelphia
6. O'Neals611 S 3rd St, Philadelphia
7. Doobie's2201 Lombard St, Philadelphia
National Mechanics's got a varied American menu, a crazy array of cocktail, and inhabits an historic, gothic building in Old City.
The KPP is a late-night joint offering some fan-food favorites from down South, like red beans & rice and even beignets. And oh-so-much beer.
With a comfortable, warm atmosphere, Sassafras is an Old City bar and resto that serves up a slice of the world: from Mongolian dumplings to their signature Philly cheesesteak made with brie, you're sure to find a bite to please everyone in your group.
hoof it over to Cavanaugh's, where you can kick up your feet on either floor to watch whatever's on their screens whilst knocking back drafts of whatever's on tap and taunting other fans.
With 400 beers and some of the best fries in Philly (seriously -- you've got to try 'em!), this Old City resto/tavern is definitely worth checking out. It's all about state-of-the-art presentation here, which means the bartenders are trained to notice every little detail that goes with drinking great beer.
You can grab 100 brews, 15 single malts, and a fish 'n chips-heavy menu on the "Steelers Alley" second floor at O'Neals, reminding Black & Yellow fans of another O: Ohhh crap, Kordell's under center again.