Cashman & Associates
JJ Bootleggers
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1. Milkboy 1100 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19107 (Philadelphia)

A heralded coffee shop/music venue with two suburban outposts, Milkboy's finally crashed the city with a two-level loft space rocking garage-door windows, plenty of stripped surfaces (exposed brick and woodgrain), and a bar on each level, making it the first bar/ coffee shop in Philly, and the first boozer on their roster, a move made more difficult by the fact that coffee shops don't traditionally have disabled lists. Additionally, this multi-use space also takes on the role of a music venue, hosting impressive live acts like cult favorite, Electric Six,

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2. Tavern 243 S Camac St, Philadelphia, PA 19107 (Midtown Village)

Tavern, on Camac, is run by a former Chopped champion and's serving up heaping portions of garlic fries, bacon burgers, and -- of course -- cheese sauce.

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3. The Continental 1 Atlantic Ocean, Atlantic City, NJ 08401

Stephen Starr's rooftop retro diner at the Pier Shops at Caesars serves up small bites like tuna tartare potato skins and lobster mac 'n cheese -- along with a ridiculous boozy brunch featuring the likes of Fluffernutter waffles.

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4. JJ Bootleggers 35 S 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106 (Old City)

Known for their Sunday Fun Day brunches and of course, their moonshine booze list, JJ Bootleggers serves up down-home eats and drinks.

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5. City Tap House 3925 Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (West Phillyu City)

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.