Twas the Night Before Thanksgiving and All the Bars Were Packed

The night before Thanksgiving is widely reported as being the biggest bar night of the year and many Philadelphia bars are hosting special events. Check out the best of them from our curated list.

American Sardine Bar – The Point Breeze bar turns one with a kick-butt draft list.

The Bards – Old Forge Brewing is taking over the taps at The Bards on Walnut Street.

Burger Palooza – Yards Brewing Co. is hosting a burger filled event with food trucks and fresh beer.

Cantina Los Caballitos – Turkey and tequila is the name of the game. $3 Dos Equis and $5 tequila shots.

Craft & Claw – Happy hour prices all night long.

Emmanuelle – Tommy Up’s cocktail lounge opens for business on Wednesday evening.

FooBar at Susanna Foo – Happy hour pricing all night at the bar. That means$3 dumplings, $3-$4 sushi, $3 beer and $6 cocktails.

Grady O’s – Another bar is debuting on Thanksgiving Eve. The Fishtown beer bar Grady O’s is debuting with 60 craft beers and a pig roast.

Revolution House – $15 for Goose Bourbon Barrel and a Goose Minx paired with house-made tater tots and chocolate ganache.

Southwark – A night with Scott Schroeder and Nodding Head’s Kurt Decker. Sounds like our kind of trouble.

Trestle Inn – DJ Case Bloom spinning funk, go-go dancers and Wild Turkey drink specials all night. $3 Cover after 11 p.m.

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