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The Eclectic Flavor of National Mechanics

The Eclectic Flavor of National Mechanics

This former bank has become a focal point for great food & beer in Old City. Located in an old bank (Mechanics National Bank, thus the name) on 3rd Street, National Mechanics is arguably one of the coolest bars in ...

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A Taste of the Abbey

A Taste of the Abbey

Iron Abbey is the suburbs’ spot for sports, good food and a stellar beer line-up. There are sports bars. There are gastro-pubs. There are locally focused beer bars. There are import focused beer bars. And then there’s the Iron Abbey, ...

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Conshy’s Flanigan’s Boathouse

Conshy’s Flanigan’s Boathouse

Where you can get lost in a sea of beer. Flanigan’s Boathouse is located in Conshohocken, PA, or as many affectionately identify it, “Conshy.” The wellknown pub with its brightly lit sign can be found on 113 Fayette Street, which ...

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Giving New York a Better Image

Giving New York a Better Image

Pub & Kitchen brings a taste of the Big Apple to Philly. For as much as Philly hates New York (Yankees, Mets, Rangers, Giants, the list goes on…), there are actually some things worthy of a chance to come out ...

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A Victorious Meal…

A Victorious Meal…

Dining at the Victory Brewpub in Downingtown, PA. For most, when the name Victory is thrown around in the beer scene, people think of the award-winning craft brews like the Prima Pils or the Hop Devil. Sure, these beers are ...

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12 Steps Down

12 Steps Down

Not exactly Bill Wilson’s type of bar. What is the best way to come up with an ethically questionable bar name? For 12 Steps Down, it was to take over a bar and put out a suggestion box to let ...

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The Cherry Street Tavern

The Cherry Street Tavern

Setting the stage for the corner, neighborhood bar. Nestled right outside of Center City, lies one of Philly’s best gems. The Cherry Street Tavern has mastered the art of keeping patrons coming back for years. Cherry Street isn’t your typical ...

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Behind the Facade Lies a Quaint Tavern

Behind the Facade Lies a Quaint Tavern

A burger and a beer at Ron’s Original Bar & Grille in Exton. Whenever I pull up to a bar or restaurant located in a shopping center, my initial gut instinct is, “This place is going to suck.” My second ...

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Man’s Best Friend

Man’s Best Friend

The Blue Dog Pub invites you to Come.Sit.Stay. This past weekend I had the pleasure of sharing an evening out with a group of friends at the highly recommended Blue Dog Pub in Lansdale, PA, not to be confused with ...

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Resurrection Ale House

Resurrection Ale House

Yet Again Bringing New Life to Off-Beat Parts of the City. It’s hard to tell sometimes whether Brendan Hartranft and Leigh Maida are in the business of opening bars or, not to use a cheesy pun, resurrecting neighborhoods. With their ...

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