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1. Oyster House1516 Sansom St, Philadelphia
2. Drinker's West3900 Chestnut St, Philadelphia
3. The Bards2013 Walnut St, Philadelphia
4. Locust Rendezvous1415 Locust St, Philadelphia
5. Alma De Cuba1623 Walnut St, Philadelphia
6. The Goat's Beard4201 Main St, Philadelphia
7. Yakitori Boy211 N 11th St, Philadelphia
Drop on by the Oyster House for their famous Buck-a-Shuck happy hours and get shuckin'.
Drinker's West has daily specials on high-lifes and PBRs, but if that doesn't tickle your fancy they have even more specials for every other day of the week, which makes drinking... easy.
Come here for authentic Irish brew, food and of course for warm Irish hospitality. The atmosphere here is casual and lively but not dive-y or too loud, so that you can enjoy a pint of Guinness without the large crowds or rowdy drunk people that typically come with Irish bars.
Locust Rendezvous has been kickin' it since 1989 and offers up some great changing weekly specials for booze. What else could you ask for at a bar?
Alma De Cuba is serving up some great Caribbean and Latin-inspired food in the heart of downtown Philly.
The Goat's Beard features an extensive domestic whiskey/bourbon selection and also caters to craft beer fans by providing a large selection of both draft and cans.
Yakitori boy defines itself as the Japanese version of a pub. If that's the case, the Eastern take on a pub is a sleek and contemporary karaoke bar where the portions are small, the sake is flowing, and the crowd isn't shy, particularly on stage. If you aren't coming to belt out your go-to song, you're probably here for the food, which is served as its prepared and includes chicken wings, crispy fried salmon neck, and a sushi selection with all the basics. Make sure you bring a pack with you, because the belief here is that sharing is caring.