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South Philly's the Devil's Den has been luring in impish drinkers since 2008 with local and imported craft beers, as well as some rare wood-aged suds that are sipped as hell's flames roar in the rustic fireplace. The food that comes out of the kitchen in herculean portions can be divided into two wings: gluttonous beer-sponge (bacon-wrapped hot dog with scrambled eggs) and surprisingly elevated (duck breast with sautéed kale and cherry-red wine sauce).
Johnny Brenda's features all kinds of local beer and plenty of live music out of their divey, Fishtown digs.
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.
Delicious brews on revolving tap, carry out available if you want to take the tasting party home, and an elusive pool table characterize this row home eat/drinkery.
Looking for something new to drink every night? Teresa's Next Door Bar (conveniently located next door to her cafe) hosts Tasty Tuesday, Wine, Wednesday and Whiskey Thursday. The cafe has everything from pizza to calamari.