- Neighborhood: South Philadelphia
- 1800 Federal Street, Philadelphia, PA
- Phone: 215-334-2337
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- Cuisine: Gastropub
- Price: $$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
American Sardine Bar is hosting its three-year-anniversary party tomorrow, November 26th.
The party’s going to have a special sardine menu, a long beer list, specials and contests beginning at noon.
The draft list will include Bruey Tart of Darkness, Russian River Supplication, Firestone Walker Agrestic and a ton of others. There will also be specials on cans if that floats your boat.
So if you want to spend your snow day with a bunch of food and booze, Point Breeze might be your answer.
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As if there needs to be a reason to celebrate SPAM–the world’s favorite canned meat product–a team of chefs and troublemakers have determined that next Wednesday, August 27, should be a day devoted to the greater glories of Hormel’s wonder-meat.
And so, on that night, at American Sardine Bar, there’s going to be a SPAM party. Photographer Neal Santos, food writer and man-about-town Drew Lazor and chef Scott Schroeder will be “expressing [their] hermetically sealed love” with an a la carte spread of “original SPAM-centric snacks.” Oh, and if that’s not enough, these three somehow managed to convince the good people at SPAM headquarters to ship them out a bunch of rare, weird or locally unavailable varities of SPAM, like hot-and-spicy SPAM, teriyaki jalapeno SPAM and bacon-flavored SPAM.
So you're already excited, right? I know you are. And you're going to be even more into it when you see the menu that the guys are putting together.
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