Popcorn chicken at Wokworks.
If there are two words to get me off the couch and out of my blissfully air-conditioned bedroom, they are “free” and “food.” And I can’t be the only one. Luckily, if you’re a Yelp user there are all sorts of pick-me-ups to be had around the city. And all you have to do to get them is “Check In” on Yelp at any of the establishments below to snag your freebie.
Show me the free stuff
Taiwanese fried popcorn chicken
Yes, I did say free beer. Every Wednesday, all summer long, from 5 PM – 10 PM. Intrigued?
While you’re planning your Center City Sips moves, make a pitstop at Wokworks, where they will be serving up a menu of tapas-style snacks to go with the aforementioned free beer.
If, however, you want any other type of drink, WokWorks is BYO and they offer house-made mixers. They had us at free beer.
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Attention, everyone! Cancel your post-workout plans tonight and head to Wokworks at 20th and Chestnut. Earlier this month, they started a Wednesday night happy hour promo, at which they’ve been handing out free beer—up to three (!) per person—with no strings attached.
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What better way to celebrate Hump Day than with free beer and food specials? Well maybe with free beer and food specials on a beach, but let’s not be picky.
Starting today, Wednesday, July 9th, and continuing every Wednesday, WokWorks will be pouring free draft beer (until the keg runs out) from 5 – 10 p.m. And tonight you can get your hands on Kirin, an authentic Japanese beer that can be enjoyed with the delicious (and cheap) food specials, including $2 slider buns, $3 dumplings, $5 tropicalia wings and more.
Beers are limited to 3 per person because after all, you still have to go in to work the next day.
Wokworks – Sriracha is hipster ketchup
Quick-serve Asian noodles spot, Wokworks is now open at 1935 Chestnut Street. Wokworks offers assembly-line style noodle dishes where patrons can choose their noodle, protein, vegetables and sauce. The spot also offers dumplings, buns, crispy noodle chips and frozen tea slushies.
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Wokworks at 1935 Chestnut Street is oh so close to opening. They’re not saying exactly when, but we’ve got their finalized menu.
Like Agno Grill and honeygrow, it’s a step-by-step process. Diners will first choose their rice or noodle, add protein and veggies before finishing it off with one of eight sauces.
Also on the menu, Asian buns, dumplings and sides like miso soup and house-made Asian pickles.
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