One of the cocktails 1 Tippling Place is serving in India
Here’s something you don’t hear every day: Philadelphia cocktail bar, 1 Tippling Place, named one of the 24 best cocktail bars in America by Food & Wine Magazine, is hosting a pop-up in Mumbai, India. They’re serving their finest cocktails to a city with an almost non-existent cocktail scene.
Owner of 1 Tippling Place Anne Frey and mixologist Myles Carroll have been at Olive Restaurant in Mumbai, India during the second annual Mumbai Cocktail Week, which began on March 14th and continues through tomorrow. The restaurant is a popular bar in the Bandra neighborhood of Mumbai, where many Bollywood stars live.
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Volvér is saying “suck it” to everyone who doubted it would last a year by throwing an anniversary party tonight. Join them in sticking it to the proverbial man (oh, how I hate the proverbial man…) with a celebratory Happy Hour tonight from 5:30-7pm.
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Each week, we curate a perfect Philly-themed date night of the week—whether you’re longtime lovebirds or Tinder-discovered newbies. This week, we’re taking you to some of our favorite speakeasies in the Rittenhouse area that would make for perfect evening of sophisticated bar-hopping.
In the spirit of a speakeasy, there's no actual website for this Stephen Starr bar, which is located in the back of his El Rey restaurant, but don't be fooled: This dark, sexy spot is a great way to start a date night. The small watering hole features black leather booths and expert bartenders whipping up a host of memorable cocktails, plus you can snack on an assortment of goodies from the El Rey kitchen. It's not on the menu, but for a light drink that will get you buzzing, ask for the Ranstead Fruit Cup. You won't regret it. Sunday-Saturday, 6:30 pm to 2 am, Ranstead Room, 2013 Ranstead Street
1 Tippling Place is a quirky spot that feels like across between a library, an antique shop, and a bar: There are tons of cozy, worn couches to rest on while enjoying your specially made libations, and the staff is warm and friendly. The Gin Gin Mule, made of gin, lime, mint, ginger, pineapple, and soda, is a sweet way to start, and they also make a mean French 75. This is a perfect spot to cuddle up with your date: Hey, at this point, you've had a few to drink, right? Tuesday-Sunday, 5 pm to 2 am, 1 Tippling Place, 2006 Chestnut Street
Honestly, we saved the best for last: The Franklin Mortgage and Investment Company is the place of legend, and there's clearly a reason why. The bartenders are probably the best in the city and can concoct just about anything your taste buds desire, although you can't go wrong with sharing a massive order of punch (they have several varieties). The sexy marble and leather accents and candlelit space is the perfect way to bring your evening to an end (or not … ) Sunday-Saturday, 5 pm to 2 am, The Franklin Mortgage and Investment Company, 112 South 18th Street
A few weeks ago, I went to the local craft food and drink showcase Noshhh and had the best cocktail of my life. No exaggeration. I got it from the showcase’s make-your-own cocktail bar, where you got to choose two mix-ins from fresh ingredients, like strawberries, cucumber, blackberries, basil, cilantro, jalapeños and more good stuff (I opted for strawberries and basil), along with a liquor (I went with vodka), and have the bartenders (one of which was event organizer Dan Hamm from 1 Tippling Place) make you a drink using what you picked.
I repeat: It was the best cocktail of my life. And all it took was fresh strawberries and basil! Read more »
It’s that time again–time for another entry in the Bar Volver Guest Bartender Series. Tonight, starting at 5pm, Dan Lan Hamm from 1 Tipling Place will be behind the bar, and he’ll be slinging four original cocktails for the crowd.
In case you’ve forgotten, let me remind you why this series is awesome…
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On Thursday, November 21st, Elixr Coffee is hosting coffee and cocktail competitions featuring bars and coffee shops around the city.
On this special night, a latte art throwdown featuring top baristas from sixteen coffee bars in Philadelphia will compete. That will be followed by a coffee-centric cocktail competition featuring bartenders from cocktail bars and restaurants (Vedge, The Corner, 1 Tippling Place, Farmers’ Cabinet and more) around town. It all goes down at Elixr Coffee, 207 Sydenham Street (between 15th and 16th Streets) at 6:30 p.m. As Elixr says, “Come to Taste the Magic. Come, and we All Win.”
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On Sunday, May 19th, 1 Tippling Place is going to be hosting a French Quarter style New Orleans pop-up. The Chestnut Street bar will serve a special drink list of classic New Orleans drinks like the Sazerac, Ramos Gin Fizz, French 75 and more. Happy hour specials will run from 6 to 9 p.m. when all Zaya Rum drinks will be $2 off.
The kitchen will also be getting in the N’awlins swing of things with $4 Jambalaya bowls and $2 Po’ Boy sliders. Guest bartender, Derek Moorer from the Ranstead Room will be assisting behind the bar.
1 Tippling Place opens at 5 p.m.
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When 1 Tippling Pl. made the 2012 Foobooz Top 50 Bars list, even I, curator of that list, raised an eyebrow. But the panel had spoken, so onto the list the new Chestnut Street cocktail lounge went. And upon further inspection, it isn’t difficult to see why this newcomer made such an impression. When you walk in, you’re greeted by welcoming love seats, overstuffed leather chairs, and small tables for your drinks. The bar mixes up excellent classic cocktails like gin martinis, old-fashioneds and manhattans. “Less Common” and seasonal cocktails also make for sound choices. The Penicillin provided just the remedy for a cold night, with smoky scotch, lemon, honey and candied ginger warming me from the inside out. The only food on offer: throwback hors d’oeuvres like meatballs in Thai peanut sauce, dates wrapped in bacon, and nuts served in a clever (though only partly successful) angostura bitters glaze. Go for the drinks, though, and you won’t be let down. For sustenance, eat before or after, or stick with the kitchen’s grilled-cheese menu.
1 Tippling Place
2006 Chestnut Street