West Passyunk’s Grubhouse won a Best of Philly award for best hangover cure. But the South Philly luncheonette isn’t just about curing your headache with bacon pancakes. They also offer several deals that can heal your ailing wallet.
Strangelove’s sits in a neighborhood filled with restaurants, hospitals and Jefferson University. So they figure, why should happy hour only cater to the 9-5ers? On Tuesday nights, after that late shift, class or just because you’re out late on a Tuesday, head to Strangelove’s between 9 p.m. and midnight for select American drafts, house wine, well drinks and snack specials, all for just $4.
Resurrection Ale House on Grays Ferry Avenue is turning four and they’re celebrating with a special lineup of beers from Allagash Brewing. Starting at 5 p.m., the beers will be pouring and complementary passed bites will be coming out of the kitchen.
Now if you show up before 5 p.m., you’ll get to experience a new Tuesday promotion. Every Tuesday, fried chicken will be the only thing on the menu until 5 p.m. That means fried chicken without the fear of it running out. And on Tuesdays, you can combine an order of fried chicken and a can of Resurrection Ale from Brewer’s Art for $18.
Will BYOB and chef Christopher Kearse are bringing back their tasting menus on the third Tuesday of each month. The first of these Tuesday tasting dinners will be September 17th.
Each month a different five-course tasting menu will created featuring on a seasonal ingredient. This month’s menu will focus on New Jersey corn.
The dinners are $55 per person and reservations are available now.
London Grill is ending its half-price burger Tuesdays today. So tonight will be your last chance to get the award winning burger for half-price. And as it is Tuesday, any bottle of wine is 20% off and Willie Sutton pints are $4 at the bar from 7 p.m. to midnight.
London Grill [Official Site]
Bad News: Lobster Mania at Chick’s Social Kitchen and Bar is coming to an end in two weeks.
Good News: For the final two Tuesdays and Wednesdays in May, Chick’s will be serving up a one-pound lobster with clams, mussels, and potatoes for only $18.
We hazard to guess there won’t be a better lobster deal this season, so get it while it lasts.
Chick’s Social [Official Site]
Need a lobster fix? Chick’s Social Kitchen and Bar can help you out. Every Tuesday and Wednesday this May they’re rolling out Lobster Mania. Come on out as they serve up a one-pound lobster with clams, mussels and potatoes for $18.
Call 215 625 3700 for reservations.
Chick’s Social [Official Site]
Chef Marcie Turney brings back fan-favorite $20 Taco Tuesday this April and May at Lolita starting April 9th.
Conquer those midweek cravings with an appetizing menu consisting of grilled fillet tips, Puerco borracha, grilled asparagus and wild mushrooms, crispy plantain and blue corn crusted mahi, jicama, lime Mexican beans with smoked bacon, cotija, chile and a whole slew of other delicacies. Vegetarian beans are also available upon request.
And wash down those tacos with a nice glass of tequila. Taco Tuesdays are BYOT (Bring Your Own Tequila) and Lolita is serving up freshly-squeezed margarita mixes for your drinks: choose from blood orange, traditional lime and passion fruit!
Are you ready for Taco Tuesday?!
Mt. Airy’s Avenida on Germantown Avenue will be hosting this special event every Tuesday starting April 9th. Specials include three tacos and three sides for just $20 per person.
There’s a wide variety of tacos to choose from, including pan-seared pentado (Brazilian Tigerfish) with shredded fried tortillas, iceberg lettuce and romesco sauce; grilled lamb sausage with pico de gallo; black bean and soy chorizo with escabeche; and pollo a la parrilla, grilled chicken with creamy roasted pepper-garlic sauce and cilantro leaves. As far as toppings go, sink your teeth into baked black beans with cloves and bacon lardons; trio frito, yukon gold, sweet potato and yucca fries; creamy cabbage and watercress with dulce de leche chipotle vinaigrette; and fried zucchini “noodles” with jalapeños, onions and tomatillo sauce.
Snow crabs tend to be weirdly addicting. You crack one open, suck it down, and sooner or later you’re ten deep, you’re covered in crab carcasses, and you have no idea what year it is.
At least that’s been the constant on my end…
The Convention Center’s recently renovated sports bar/beer hall, Field House, is now offering snow crabs every Tuesday, all you can eat of them. For $25, chef Andrew Brown (previously of White Dog and Opa) will serve you an endless supply of snow crab, fries, and drawn butter. They’re an easy pair with local crafts too, so grab a long table, throw down some beers, and gluttonize in snow crabs forever.
Field House [Official Site]