- Neighborhood: Northern Liberties
- 129 Laurel Street, Philadelphia, PA
- Phone: 267-273-1632
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- Cuisine: American
- Price: $$
- Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
Northern Liberties quaint and comfortable neighborhood hangout spot, Jerry’s Bar, is announcing big changes to the little bar and bistro wedged at the intersection of West Laurel and New Market Streets.
Philadelphia’s Taste of the Nation, sponsored by No Kid Hungry, is back this year at the Loews Hotel on May 3. The huge event will feature over 40 different restaurants whipping up some food and drinks for the attendees.
Tickets to the event are $95 per person and $145 for VIP, which includes an extra hour prior to the event for tastings. The event starts at 6 p.m. (5 p.m. for VIP holders) and ends at 8 p.m.
Restaurants attending include Townsend, Vernick Food + Drink and Helm, along with a.kitchen, Olde Bar and Brick & Mortar mixing up specialty cocktails.
Starting on February 2, the first Monday of every month at Jerry’s Bar is going to mean fried chicken, sticky buns and beer.
The bar just so happens to be inaugurating its new Monday chicken tradition on a very important holiday: Groundhog Day. And in celebration of this fact Groundhog Day (the movie starring Bill Murray) is going to be playing on repeat all throughout the night.
In addition to enjoying the cinematic stylings of one of America’s finest films, for just $20 per person, guests are invited to chow down on fried half-chickens, sticky buns by Breakin’ Bread Bakery, and a pint of Kenzinger.
Tickets for the event can be purchased here. And remember: Don’t drive angry.
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