Center City Sips, the Center City-wide Wednesday night happy hour officially kicks off on Wednesday, June June 3rd. The weekly deal includes $3 beer, $4 wine, $5 cocktails and half-priced appetizers at more than 80 bars and restaurants.
This week, on Wednesday, May 27th a special kickoff party will be held on the patio bar at the Marathon at 18th and Market. The event will include Sips specials, 2 Gingers tastings, plus music from DJ Royale. Stop by and get a head start on Center City Sips.
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New beer from Yards at IBG Wheat.
Michael Schulson’s Independence Beer Garden at 6th and Market has added happy hour. The happy hour includes $4 beer, wine and cocktail specials from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday through Thursday. There’s also a $4 happy hour menu of food like corn croquettes, beef sliders and spit roasted chicken wings.
Also new is a new beer offering, IBG Wheat is a summer wheat brewed with Yards Brewing. The flavor is described as “candied sugar, orange peel, banana, clove, pepper, grass, lemon” and comes in at 6.5% alcohol by volume.
Independence Beer Garden has already gotten into our heavy rotation this year, the shuffleboard to the addictive popcorn has made us fans. And a special shoutout to Brooke, a server at IBG who might just be the nicest person in Philadelphia.
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Petruce et al posted its happy hour menu to Facebook today and one item really caught our eye. The “Balling” Citywide” is a “London Balling” barleywine and ounce shot of Angel’s Envy for $25. Certainly not in the same price range as Bob & Barbara’s, but if you’re balling, this is the shot and a beer for you.
Also, get a head start on National Empanada Day with Petruce’s pepperoni, mozzarella and onions stuffed empanada.
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With the continuing restaurant boom in Philadelphia comes an array of new choices to visit during everyone’s favorite after-work past time: happy hour. It’s that blissful hour or two after work where you can complain to your co-workers about what’s going on in your life over cheap wine and bite-sized snacks. Now with all new options, it’s time to branch out from your favorite watering hole and try these six new happy hours in Philly.
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Savona, at 100 Old Gulph Road in Gulph Mills, is celebrating its 18th anniversary by introducing a new happy hour food and drink menu and offering specials all month.
The new happy hour is Monday through Friday from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. All cocktails, beer and glasses of wine are half off. The snack menu offers mini pizzas for $8, antipasti for $7, and crostini for $5.
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Charlie Was A Sinner is now hosting an Industry Night every Sunday and Monday from 9 pm to 2 am. All industry personnel receive 20% off regular priced food and drink items.
The restaurant is also offering $3 draft beer, $1 off bottled beer and $6 well shots. Along with these industry night drink specials, Charlie has also updated their happy hour food menu.
Their happy hour runs Monday through Thursday from 4 pm to 7 pm and Friday 4 pm to 6 pm.
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Franky Bradley’s is opening its upstairs lounge this Friday and it will also be debuting its “Happiest of Hours” happy hour downstairs. Specials will run from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays and will feature top shelf vodka and gin, with your call of mixer over ice for $6. The Midtown Village bar will also offer house red and white wines for $6 plus select draft beers at $3.
Mark Bee’s newest spot will also offer four of his most popular appetizers for $7.
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Lunch is back at the Fat Ham | Pimento cheese with grilled country bread
Beginning today, the Fat Ham is offering lunch and happy hour. Kevin Sbraga’s Southern restaurant in University City is offering lunch weekdays, from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and happy hour from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Lunch includes the Fat Ham burger, shrimp and grits, pork belly and a hot chicken sandwich.
Happy hour consists of $4 snacks, discounted beers, wines and cocktails.
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And that pretty much says it all. If you haven’t been there yet, maybe this is the excuse you need.
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Pork Belly Bao Buns from Chifa
Every Wednesday night, Bar Volver offers special deals on cocktails, wine and snacks (PDF). And tomorrow, Wednesday, January 14th, Jose Garces’s Kimmel Center bar has a little something special planned.
Volver’s chef de cuisine, Natalie Maronski who was Garces’s chef at Chifa (the Iron Chef’s Peruvian/Chinese mashup), is bringing back some of Chifa’s favorite buns, duck tacos, wings and other dishes for one night.
Happy hour at Volver runs from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and you’ll want to get there early to get a taste of Chifa.