Fountain Porter Opening its Doors Tomorrow

Kite & Key alums Evan Clancy and Scott Pawlicky are a day away from opening the gates to Fountain Porter, their East Passyunk version of a good ol’ neighborhood bar.

The pair promises no pretension, just 20-taps of craft beers (no bottles or cans), a fully-stocked bar and good, affordable wine.

As for the grub, the menu, although not yet finalized, plans to pride itself on meats, cheeses, local pickles, etc. Prices will range anywhere from $1.50 – $12.

The location will start with 43-seats including indoor picnic tables and the bar, including a window counter.

Opening Beer List at Fountain Porter

  • Great Divide Titan IPA
  • Weyerbacher Pumpkin
  • Maine Peeper Pale Ale
  • Bear Republic Oktoberfest
  • Rodenbach Sour
  • Maredsous 8
  • Triple Karmeliet
  • Duvel Single
  • Jolly Pumpkin Luciernaga
  • PBC Kenzinger
  • PBC Cider
  • Allagash White
  • Allagash Smoke’ n Beards
  • Slyfox O’ Reily’s Stout
  • Founders Double Trouble
  • Founders Breakfast Stout
  • Troegs Troegenator
  • Stillwater Saison
  • Neshaminy Pilsner
  • Duck Rabbit Schwarzbier

Fountain Porter Hours:
Monday to Friday, 3 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Saturday and Sunday, 11 a.m.-1 a.m.

More on Fountain Porter:
Fountain Porter opening Tuesday [The Insider]
First Pics Inside Fountain Porter, Opening This Week [Passyunk Post]

Fountain Porter
1601 S 10th St
Philadelphia, PA 19148
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  • Zagnut

    This is the kind of bar Rik Smits would drink at when the ’96 Pacers would roll through town…

  • Alimentarius

    Love the Rik Smits reference! Maybe Noord will tempt him back here.

  • Jacques Strappe

    Cherry Street was a favorite of the generation before Rik. The Chief, McHale and Bird would get hammered in there before stumbling back to the 4 Seasons.

  • brian

    I believe Mace’s Crossing is a better representation of a Bird-era Celtics bar.

  • brother bluto

    Why closed one am?

  • FairmountFrank

    Nice family tree going on here and knowing some of the parties involved, I assume it’s pretty amicable.

    2 guys left from Bishops Collar to open Kite and Key and now these 2 leaving to open this new place. I’m sure that the new spot will be a great neighborhood bar jsut like the other 2.

  • actuallyanoldie

    i actually hope they have a few vegan/veggie items.
    i cant stand dealing with the kids at the pope if i want food and beer.

  • Jacques Strappe


    Stands to reason that they hung at Mace’s too, I’ve just heard too many hilarious stories from Cherry Street oldtimers about that era and getting HAMMERED with Larry Legend.