- Neighborhood: East Passyunk
- 1338 South 10th Street, Philadelphia, PA
- Phone: 215-800-1992
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- Cuisine: Bar
- Alcohol: Full Bar
- Price: $$
Whether you’ve tired of Center City Sips, your go-to bar, or simply drinking at home, here’s a round-up of the newer additions to the list of Philadelphia’s happy hours this summer. With the heat of August on the horizon, we’re probably all going to need a drink (or three), so let these newcomers reinvigorate your weekday drinking.
We’ll accept a cocktail as thanks.
For the first time since the original Triangle Tavern’s opening in 1933, the South Philly tavern will begin weekend lunch service this Saturday June 27th at 11 am. Well, they’re calling it lunch, but with options like ham and egg sandwiches and French toasts, let’s call it what it really is: brunch. And a boozy brunch at that.
Don’t worry, your Triangle Tavern favorites will all still be available. Chef Mark McKinney is still serving up classics like juicy roast beef sandwiches and mussels (red or white). But he’s also introducing weekend specials like spaghetti carbonara and the aforementioned french toast.
Similarly, drink service also honors the old while inviting the new. 12 draft beers, an entire list of Negroni variations and Adult Water Ice, available in six different flavors in either a goblet or pitcher, will all continue on from the regular menu. New additions are primarily cocktails and include seasonal bellinis, Blood Marys (garnished with mini meatballs) and house made limoncello.
Triangle Tavern [Foobooz]