- Neighborhood: South Philadelphia
- 1800 Federal Street, Philadelphia, PA
- Phone: 215-334-2337
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- Cuisine: Gastropub
- Price: $$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Yesterday, I told you about the greatest pre-Thanksgiving party ever involving a Turkey-shaped shot luge, and said you just had to go if you were planning on being in town over the holiday. But for those of you out there who don’t think that drinking shots of Wild Turkey out of a turkey’s ass sounds like a good time (Communists…), there’s this: American Sardine Bar’s 5th Anniversary party, which is also happening on November 23.
So this is it.
After months of research, weeks of debate and a whole year of waiting, we finally have this year’s ranked list of the 50 Best Bars In Philadelphia.
Because Philly is one of the greatest drinking cities on Earth, it’s also home to an unusually high concentration of experts in the elbow-bending arts. This year we’ve again turned to the best of them–writers and editors, rummies and winos, industry pros and enthusiastic amateurs–and asked them where they go when there’s drinking to be done. We tallied their votes and cast our own and all to bring you this: our always controversial, always surprising (and absolutely accurate) ranking of the 50 best bars in the region.
So let’s get drinking, shall we? And we can start at …
American Sardine Bar is kicking off Monday brunch today. The Point Breeze bar is offering brunch sandwiches, pancakes and even a breakfast sardine. Pair your brunchy bites with a breakfast screwdriver or a beermosa (wheat beer and orange juice).
Monday brunch is offered from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.