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Bank & Bourbon

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  • Alcohol: Full Bar
  • Meals Served: Breakfast, Dinner, Lunch
  • Price: $$
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
  • Hours: Breakfast: Daily: 6:30am - 11:30am; Lunch: Daily: 11:30am - 2:00pm; Dinner: Daily: 5:30pm - 10:00pm

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7 Concerts Not to Miss in Philly This Week

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This week, Philly’s newest music venue The Fillmore has a hit lineup of concerts, from bluesy rock singer Grace Potter to the bossa nova-infused melodies of Thievery Corporation. Or check out a different type of act: harpist and singer-songwriter Joanna Newsom hits Union Transfer in support of her latest record. But be warned fellow music lovers: Newsom and a few other acts are already sold out, so check out our alternative links for third-party tickets. Scroll down for all this week’s picks, or click through to the day of the week you’re most interested in here:

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Bourbon Bash At Bank & Bourbon

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Bank & Bourbon, at 1200 Market Street in the Loews Hotel, is celebrating their one year anniversary by hosting a Bourbon Bash. And there are two very good reasons why you should check out the party.

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Restaurant Review: Bank & Bourbon

 

Photo by Mike Persico

Photo by Michael Persico

Pity the Philadelphia hotel restaurant. City dwellers will flock to food trucks, night markets, pop-up gardens and pizzerias with no seats, but just try getting us to eat in a building full of minibars. For every A.Kitchen, there are five Winthorpe & Valentines (a place that really exists, no joke). With Bank & Bourbon, the downtown Loews is now targeting the ground in between.




As the successor to the awkwardly named SoleFood (again, not kidding), which merged corporate decor and loads of dead space under Miami Vice lighting, B&B clearly yearns for some kind of contemporary relevance. Its whiskey-bandwagon name and predictably rustic trappings—now dominating restaurant design so utterly that Fortune 500 conglomerates are doing it, too—are enough to make a cynic roll his eyes and sigh, “Here we go again.”

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