Forgotten Boardwalk is a family-friendly brewery located in Cherry Hill. Apart from craft beer, taste the funnel Cake Ale at the brewery. Besides, you can face-off against your friends or even the owner at one of the skeeball machines.
Bringing a bit of the Caribbean to the city, Bahama Breeze is a lively spot to relish the eclectic cuisine from these islands. Their extensive menu with its tropical flavors will entice your palate and will make you want more. Enjoy their happy hours with delectable concoctions that are specially handcrafted by their bartenders. Listen to live music and sway a bit along with family and friends in tow.
Opened in 1992, Steak 38 is an ode to the period from 1950 through the 1960s and is a popular spot for their perfectly charred, flavorful steaks. Their table-side dishes are also a hit among patrons. Using only certified Angus beef and the best of seafood, their steaks are grilled on open flame. Dimly lit, this cozy place also stocks top scotch and martinis. Casually elegant in a nostalgic way, you can be sure of a memorable experience at Steak 38.
Highly acclaimed brewers Mark Edelson and Kevin Finn started this brewery in CE 1994, only to merge as one of the best breweries in town. Not only the house beers but the food is delicious. It has many awards for its children's menu, proving that it knows how to keep kids happy. The Kid's Menu comprises of an assortment of healthy food like fish, fresh sandwiches and the popular Mint, Oreo Cookie. There are gluten-free meals too. Try the egg rolls which are quick to sell. The house beers include the mild Iron Hill Light Lager, Raspberry Wheat with a burst of raspberry and a medium Ironbound Ale.
The Khyber is one of the oldest bars in Philadelphia. It is the quintessential rock club - all dark and smoky. The chosen bar for old and new rockers alike, most bands go on to hit the jackpot from here (always a good sign). The bar itself, designed with ferocious red eyed gargoyles that have been shipped from London way back in 1876! The club boasts of at least one good live show in a week, and happy hour is between 5p-7p. So stop by to chug some beers from the excellent selection, which has both local and international brews. There's also a good selection of delicious pub-style fare on offer, including many vegetarian and vegan options to choose from.
Hop Sing Laundromat on Race Street is Chinatown's best kept secret which everyone's raving about. Difficult to locate, the curiously named place, is actually a speakeasy of sorts with a plethora of hand-crafted cocktails on offer. Hop Sing keeps a mysterious, low profile, with a nondescript entrance, which adds to its cult status. Caution - photos are strictly discouraged here, this bar isn't for them selfie-addicts. The dress-code is pretty strict as well, no slip-ons, no shorts, no sneakers. So, dress the part because the experience is quite worth the drill. The menu here keeps changing as per seasonal inspirations, and the libations are stellar every time you visit, made using fresh, top-quality ingredients. The decor is elegant, plush and quite gorgeous, really, too bad you cannot document it. Also, there's no food on the menu, but you can order in from one of the many Asian restaurants in its vicinity. The service is impeccable and on the whole, Hop Sing Laundromat makes for quite an unforgettable night - highly recommended. Cards not accepted, cash only.
Featuring three distinct spaces, Vera Bar & Grill is a swank place that has something for everyone. Their family-friendly restaurant serves a seasonal menu of delicious modern Mediterranean fare, while the fully stocked bar with 24 tap beers, seasonal cocktails, specialty drinks and martinis is a great place to enjoy happy hours, and unwind over a drink or two. For those who want to club in style, the lounge on the last floor accentuated by a huge, customized chandelier is a lively place to be. Live music, DJ acts, comedy sessions and more will keep you entertained and mostly on your toes.
If you are looking for a place that offers an extensive beer menu and seafood, then head straight to Mulligan’s Bar and Grill located in White Horse Pike. The bar is spacious and there is ample seating available for all, hence it is popular with locals who come here to watch their favorite sport shows on the large screen TV while enjoying their drink. Drinks can be accompanied with a variety of entrees, bar foods and sandwiches. Those looking for a complete meal can savor a variety of seafood dishes, try their Mussels and Crab dishes. Sometimes during weekends they also host Live Music performances.
Open for twenty years now, Giumarello's Restaurant proudly serves the finest Tuscan food featuring Calamari Fritti, Jumbo Lump Crab Cakes and Riccota Cheese Gnnochi. Winner of the Zagat 2013 award, it is renowned for its quality entertainment and wholesome food. The G-bar in the same premises offers cocktails and live entertainment along with happy hour promotions. It is crowded most of the time therefore booking is advisable. Dress well and be warned that the prices are a little hefty here.