Best of Philly

Best Beer Store

2017 Best Beer Jackpot

Bánh Mì & Bottles

It’s a well-stocked neighborhood bottle shop when you need it and a really solid Vietnamese restaurant—with cool cocktails!—when you want it.

712-714 South Street, Philadelphia, PA | 215-800-1533 | Website

2016 Best Di Bruno Bros. Bottle Shop at the Franklin

Di Bruno Bros. Bottle Shop at the Franklin

834 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA Website

Carved out of Di Bruno’s 9th and Chestnut location, this beer store encourages customers to stop and linger with excellent cheesemonger-approved pairings. If you’re just […] Read more »

2015 Best Hawthornes Cafe

Hawthornes Cafe

738 South 11th Street, Philadelphia, PA Website

The fire that ravaged Hawthornes last year didn’t keep ’em down long: The cafe and beer shop are both back and better than ever. If […] Read more »

2013 Best Bottle Bar East

Bottle Bar East

1308 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, PA Website

Browse the coolers, pick a bottle, have the bartender open it, and sit back and enjoy your brew with the giant projection HDTV. Order the […] Read more »

2013 Best Corner Foodery

Corner Foodery

1710 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA Website

A giant bottle selection and they don’t go to sleep on the charcuterie, cheese and sandwiches either. Grab a pint from one of the six […] Read more »

2012 Best Bottle Shop at Local 44

Bottle Shop at Local 44

4333 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA Website

The expertly curated bottle list includes everything from the newest local seasonals in the wall-length coolers to $60 Belgian rarities upstairs on the “balcony.” Plus […] Read more »

2011 Best Pinocchio’s Beer Garden To Go

Pinocchio’s Beer Garden To Go

131 East Baltimore Pike, Media, PA Website

More than 800 beers by the bottle plus 23 drafts by the growler make this Media shop a great place to stock up. And the […] Read more »

2010 Best Capones

Capones

224 West Germantown Pike, Norristown, PA Website

This pantry-size bottle shop is tucked behind Capone’s Restaurant, with its own separate entrance. It’s dark. It’s damp. It’s lined floor-to-ceiling with dusty bottles of […] Read more »