- Neighborhood: Avenue of the Arts
- 1421 Sansom Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
- Phone: 215-568-3131
- Cuisine: Southern
- Alcohol: Full Bar
- Price: $$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
The Sidecar Bar is opening at 1 p.m. for the Phillies game today and they will be offering dollar dogs and Cracker Jack.
Leave work now and catch pitching ace Kyle Kendrick as he tries to salvage a split against the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Kraftwork in Fishtown is offering the same deal.
Chris’ Jazz Cafe is also offering Phillies deals. The Sansom Street bar is offering dollar beers and free popcorn.
If you’ve ever craved a steakhouse dinner on a diner budget then you know it can be pretty tough to find a quality, affordable steak. Here are six Philadelphia restaurants with inexpensive steak dinners to satisfy the biggest meat lover.
Last year, Chris’ Jazz Cafe debuted the world’s first-ever crawfish cheesesteak, and it was pretty dang good, as Councilman Bill Green can attest. And so the other day, when I heard that the first of the live crawfish had arrived at Chris’ from Louisiana, I wondered what strange concepts might be on the horizon.
Well, in addition to a new four-course crawfish tasting menu–which may include items like crawfish dauphinoise or ravioli and a Franklin Fountain-made mayhaw berry ice cream (mayhaw berries being indigenous to Louisiana), there’s also a “crawzone” (yes, a crawfish calzone) as well as the Mudbug Mary: A Cajun twist on the Bloody. Of course, if you just want to kick back and suck some heads, boiled crawfish are $10 per bucket.
Chris’ Jazz Cafe [official website]