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Charlie Was A Sinner is now hosting an Industry Night every Sunday and Monday from 9 pm to 2 am. All industry personnel receive 20% off regular priced food and drink items.
The restaurant is also offering $3 draft beer, $1 off bottled beer and $6 well shots. Along with these industry night drink specials, Charlie has also updated their happy hour food menu.
Their happy hour runs Monday through Thursday from 4 pm to 7 pm and Friday 4 pm to 6 pm.
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It’s late night and you’re about to dip into rent money to keep the buzz going – but 13th Street’s got ya covered when it comes to late night happy hour deals.
Lolita has had a late night happy hour since it retooled, but now it includes a Mexican take on the Citywide Special. Get a taco (some food in the stomach), a shot of tequila, and a Tecate for just $10. Or you can do the two tacos for $5 deal and pair that with a cerveza for $3 or a margarita for $6. The deal’s available from 10 p.m. until 11 p.m. Monday-Thursday.
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Craig LaBan reviews Charlie was a sinner. this week and gives the “plant-based” restaurant in Midtown Village two bells, though he does find more than a few things wrong.
Some otherwise beautiful dishes still need tweaks: The elegant sunchoke soup, pureed and poured over intricate garnishes, was spun off-kilter with too much sweetness from Asian pears. The potato gnocchi with favas were dense and doughy minus the levity of the usual egg. I saw more sweet-tart raisins than barley in the mushroom-barley toast.
Also of note, opening chef Michael Santoro has moved on, Max Hosey is now in charge of the kitchen.
Two Bells – Very Good
Call it 'plant-based' or vegan, Charlie is a winner [Philadelphia Inquirer]
Charlie was a sinner. [Foobooz]