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Morgan’s Pier

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  • Alcohol: Full Bar
  • Meals Served: Brunch, Dinner
  • Price: $$
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
  • Hours: Monday - Friday: 4pm to 2am; Saturday and Sunday: 11am to 2am; The kitchen is open from 5 to 10pm on weekdays and 11am to 10pm on weekends.

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Morgan’s Pier Is Hosting Distillery Tours

Spirit+Tour+Poster+REvLike us, Morgan’s Pier is enjoying visiting local distilleries this summer. The riverfront bar is offering tours of Stateside Vodka and Red Brick Craft Distillery. The tours start out at Morgan’s Pier with light snacks and a specialty cocktail made with spirits from the distilleries. Then everyone gets on a trolley bus and learns how those drinks came to be. Each distillery offers an exclusive tour and tasting to the guests.

After the two stops, the trolley heads back to Morgan’s Pier for a nightcap. The tours cost $35 and there are two more this summer, Tuesday, August 16th and Tuesday, September 14th. The events start at 5:30 p.m. at Morgan’s Pier, with the trolley leaving at 6 p.m.

Purchase your tickets online.

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Poke from Poke Bowl in Northern Liberties

Poke, like the sushi burritos and croughnuts of days passed, is one of the newest food trends making waves this summer. Originally a Hawaiian dish, poke has been all over Instagram and has been slowly making its way from the West Coast. Poke (pronounced poh-KAY) is typically made up of marinated raw fish served on rice or greens.

If you’re looking to get your fix of the summery poke before the trend dies out, we’ve rounded up the places in Philly that offer poke.

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First Look: Morgan’s Pier, Summer 2016

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Who says you can’t go home again? Jim Burke is proof that you can go home and you can do so with a brewski in hand. The Burkes are back in town following a stint in New York, and Jim is happily installed under the blue skies and multicolored umbrellas of Morgan’s Pier for the summer. Fans will remember he and Kristina Burke at the mention of their Bella Vista restaurant, James, that they closed back in 2011. The pair is cooking up their next move, and in the meantime he’s putting an Italian spin on his Morgan’s Pier offerings.

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