This Sunday, August 4th, 12 Steps Down will host a wheat and sour beer festival. The fun begins at 4 p.m. and runs all night.
The Shiprock Pop-Up: In Which Navajo Tacos Will Be Served On The East Coast For Probably The First Time Ever
I have four words to say to you people: Fry. Bread. Pop. Up.
I have confidence that a small portion of the Foobooz audience–those who come from the West, who have traveled through the mountains and the deserts, who know that the state of New Mexico has more to offer this great nation than discount turquoise and crystal meth–have just passed out from excitement over the promise of an honest-to-Jesus Navajo taco / fry bread experience in Philly, so I’m going to give them a moment to recover.
For those of you who are not moved by those four magic words above, let me explain something to you about Navajo tacos…
Hop Sing Laundromat (as it looks today) retains an air of secrecy
Danya Henninger knows a thing or two about bars. And about drinking at bars. And about where to go when drinking at a bar is exactly what you need. As editor of The Drink Nation and Philly editor for Zagat.com, she gets to write a lot about her favorite subject (booze), and a couple days ago she put together a very nice list of Philly’s “secret” bars.
12 Steps Down just tweeted their beer list for the evening. Among the many quality selections, Ballast Point Sculpin, Victory Headwaters, Dock Street Rye IPA, and Bells Two Hearted. More than enough choice for any hophead.
Tonight is the first day of the countdown to smoke free bars in Philadelphia, so where to go?
12 Steps Down, 9th & Christian has $3 pints of Hazed & Infused.
Or try O’neals Sierra Nevada promo, $3 Summerfest pints, and you get to keep the glass.
Or if you want to get a headstart on not smelling like smoke try one of these spots.