Pub and Kitchen

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  • Hours: Monday to Friday, 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.; Saturday, 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m. to 2 a.m.

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It’s the 2014 50 Best Bars in Philadelphia

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Bob & Barbara’s | Photo by Trevor Dixon

We asked 25 of the city’s best chefs, bartenders, beer geeks, cork dorks and professional drinkers to weigh in on the best bars in Philly. Here, in order, are the 50 best places to drink in a city made for drinking. Philadelphia, meet the 50 Best Bars Class of 2014.

Foobooz 50 Best Bars by the Numbers

13 bars are new to the list from last year.

18 bars have been on the list for all six years we’ve compiled it.




Another 4 bars have been on the Best Bars list at least 5 years.

A.bar was the biggest mover, jumping 38 spots on the list.
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Will BYOB Turns Two

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Will BYOB is celebrating its second anniversary with a special collaboration dinner. On Sunday, August 24th, owner and chef Chris Kearse will be joined by chef John Patterson of Fork and chef Eli Collins of Pub & Kitchen for a special $100 per person dinner that benefits the National Foundation for Facial Reconstruction.

Call for 215-271-7683 reservations or book online.




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DIY Down the Shore: Chef Eli Collins’ Chili Rubbed Skirt Steak with Cherry Tomato Vinaigrette

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Photo by Mike Persico

To help your summer along, Foobooz plans to give you some recipes by notable chefs and bartenders in Philadelphia. We’re calling it the DIY Down the Shore series, and we’ll be posting them all week. We’re bringing Philly’s dining scene into your summer homes.

Keep the coals hot, because this summer spent seaside is made for grilling. Chef Eli Collins, exec at Pub & Kitchen, says it best, “I think cooking at the Shore should be simple, centered around outdoor cooking and celebrating summer produce.”

We couldn’t agree more and the recipe chef Collins has chosen to share is precisely that. A chili rubbed skirt steak with cherry tomato vinaigrette that sounds exactly like what you should be cooking this weekend.

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