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Coffee & Cheese Pairing Tonight in Old City

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How’s about a ménage-à-quatre for your Friday evening. Just you, some coffee, some cheese, and some beer. The four of you, together at last.

It’s A Story of Philadelphia’s Coffee Revival, it’s happening tonight at 7 pm at Hylo Boutique at 242 North 3rd Street, and everyone’s participating: Di Bruno, Ultimo, Bodhi, Shot Tower, Elixrthe Madame Fromage (Tenaya Darlington), Eclectik Domestic, and Brew. All of them, joining forces for an evening of culinary passion and celebration, all of them paying their respects to a scene that turned this city upside down.

It’s like a hipster’s dream come true, and we’re all about it.

A Story of Philadelphia’s Coffee Revival [hy•lo Boutique]

Ultimo Coffee Named Ultimate in America

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The Daily Meal loves itself some lists. And today they name the Best Coffee Shops in America. And sitting pretty in the number one spot is Philadelphia’s Ultimo Coffee. Ultimo, which won Philadelphia magazine’s Best of Philly Coffee Shop for 2012, is singled out for its lack of attitude, sandwiches from American Sardine Bar and that the Newbold location is attached to BREW, the craft beer shop it shares space with.

Also making the list, Joe, which just opened on the 1800 block of Walnut Street and Town Hall Coffee on Montgomery Drive in Merion Station.

Celebrating a Week at Brew

After a year of battling to get their liquor license, Brew is finally selling beer. And to celebrate the close of their first week of beer sales the Newbold bottle shop is celebrating on Saturday.

  • The first 25 customers of the day will get a “Staff Discount” coupon good for their next visit. The Staff Discount is 25%
  • From 7-9pm 6-packs of Philadelphia Brewing Company’s Newbold IPA will be $6.50 plus tax.
  • At 9pm there will be a celebratory toast of Newbold IPA All over the age of 21 are welcome.

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