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French Quarter Bistro

French Quarter Bistro

It started with Flying Fish. Twelve years ago, come April, Mark Van Horn introduced his Cajun-style bistro to Montgomery County, one of the first bars in his local, consumer-based stretch of the suburbs to celebrate the micro-brewed culture.

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Reforming Old City

Reforming Old City

For the craft beer lover, Old City could use an update to its name. Wedged amongst the symbols of Philadelphia and America’s beginnings are a number of newer bars featuring impressive rotating drafts. Because of the large number of bars ...

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A Speakeasy of Sort

A Speakeasy of Sort

Over the past couple years, “speakeasy” type bars have become all the rage. Popping up throughout the city, people continue to line up at them, searching out their fancy cocktails. More so than the cocktails, people seem to enjoy the ...

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History Under the Walt Whitman

History Under the Walt Whitman

On an unassuming corner, on what is a mostly unattractive block of Gloucester, NJ, is a rather large corner bar that stands out quite a bit, but not in a bad, gaudy kind of way. Filled with history, Max’s Seafood ...

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South Street’s Craft Haven

South Street’s Craft Haven

Craft beer lovers don’t have to worry about going thirsty on South Street. Always known for a variety of watering holes, South Street and the surrounding area hasn’t disappointed with the craft beer renaissance that Philadelphia continues to enjoy. But ...

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Pigs & Brews

Pigs & Brews

Tucked away off the main drag in Malvern, PA on the corner of King Street, you’ll come across what first appears to be your typical, local corner bar. Outward appearances can be very deceiving and in this case, is especially ...

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Union Jack’s Old Glory Pub

Union Jack’s Old Glory Pub

A relaxed atmosphere paired with prime beer offerings and pub friendly food. On the outward edges of Philadelphia, in the small town of North Hills, stands Union Jack’s Old Glory Pub. This watering-hole is reminiscent of a beloved time when ...

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Fergie’s Pub

Fergie’s Pub

A timeless pub in the heart of a trendy neighborhood. In Philadelphia, it would seem, new bars are opening on a regular basis. Each one taking further steps to show up the others. More taps, larger bottle lists, more eclectic ...

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Bar & Restaurant Review: The Gravel Pike Gem

Bar & Restaurant Review: The Gravel Pike Gem

Ortino’s Northside offers a beer selection worthy of a trip to Zieglersville. According to Wikipedia, Zieglersville is an unincorporated community, located in Lower Frederick Township, Montgomery County, PA; meaning it’s pretty much in the middle of nowhere. What Wikipedia fails ...

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Bar & Restaurant Review: Reinventing the Dive

Bar & Restaurant Review: Reinventing the Dive

The Cornerstone of East Passyunk Ave. Resting on the corner at the end of the hip stretch of East Passyunk Avenue in South Philly, the Pub on Passyunk East (P.O.P.E.) has been perfectly balancing the line between dive bar and ...

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