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  • Alcohol: Beer, Full Bar
  • Meals Served: Brunch, Dinner, Lunch
  • Price: $$
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
  • Hours: Sunday to Saturday: 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Latest About Strangelove’s

Clarkville and Strangelove’s Are Celebrating the Snow Day in Style


Most of the city seems to be shut down by today’s little snowstorm. But if you’re like us, a snow day just means another excuse to hole up somewhere warm for some drinks and snacks while we wait to see what Mother Nature throws at us next.

The crews at Clarkville, Local 44 and Strangelove’s? They get that. Which is why they’ve laid on some specials for the day.

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Yards Events For Lovers And For Fighters


We’ve got two events coming up next week–one for lovers, one for fighters, both of them with Yards beer in the middle and both of them happening on February 8.

Also, there might be some ice skating. So read on for details.

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Wyndridge Farm At Strangelove’s Tonight


If you haven’t yet tried the line-up of craft beers and hard ciders from Wyndridge Farm, now’s your chance. Tonight, from 5 until 7, Scott Topel, Wyndridge Farm’s Cider Master (who also happens to be an accomplished finger picking guitar player, FYI) will be on hand at Strangelove’s to talk brews.

Why should you care? Well, first of all, Wyndridge is relatively new on the scene, but they’re based nearby in York county. The year-old brewery is two hours away from Philly on a 77-acre farm in Dallastown, Pennsylvania. It’s the project of a former orthopedic surgeon, Steve Groff, who, along with his wife, Julie Groff, built Wyndridge on their family’s farm following a cycling accident that very nearly left Steve paralyzed. After his recovery, Steve quit medicine and Wyndridge was born.

“It is exciting to see people following their dreams and being able to be part of that,” says Strangelove’s owner Brendan Hartranft, “It also helps that they make incredible beers and ciders.”

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