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Simple elegance and classic cocktails make Happy Rooster one of Philadelphia's most popular martini bars. Add in white-tuxedoed bartenders and waiters and one almost feels like being on the set for Casablanca. Though the bar is small, its wine cellar is amazingly vast. During the day the bar menu includes caviar, hinting that this is not your average watering hole. Those hungry for dinner can enjoy everything from Black Angus beef to smoked salmon.
Max Brenner – Philadelphia is a chocolate themed restaurant. It's for everyone who has a child like enthusiasm and loves chocolates. It is a chocolate fairytale that will just make you smile. Be it the menu or the decor, chocolate reigns in this place. Anyone remembers Willie Wonka? Well you can say Max is just a bit like that. The massive menu boasts about 30 sweet endings and there is a different savory menu too! Some of the specialties are the chocolate pizza, hot chocolate, really cheesy really crunchy Mac & Cheese and Black Sesame Salmon. Max Brenner will draw you with its chocolatey aura and intoxicate you with its delicious chocolate centered food. A great place to hang out and forget the cares of the world, indulge your family, friends and yourself in Max Brenner.
Nestled in the heart of Center City, Fergie's Pub is home to all the best of a real Irish pub: warm, friendly atmosphere and creamy Guinness on tap. Recently voted the Best Neighborhood Bar in Philadelphia, Fergie's is a great place to unwind with friends. The traditional Irish menu includes favorites such as shepherd's pie, fish and chips and burgers. Tuesday and Thursday nights showcase the local favorite Quizo game, a trivia contest. A variety of live music can be seen here Sunday, Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at no charge. Close proximity to the Convention Center and the Marriott.
Auntie Anne's is the eponymous bakery of Anne F. Beiler, that was established in 1988. With more than 20 years of being in business the chain boasts of over 300 outlets around the globe. This Philadelphia store is located within The Shops at Liberty Place shopping center, in the heart of the city. Noted for their range of pretzels, try the sweet varieties like raisin, sweet almond, cinnamon sugar or the savory ones like pepperoni, jalapeno, roasted garlic parmesan and sour cream and onion. Delicious dips are also offered to accompany your pretzel.
Franky Bradley is a classic American bar located off the busy 13th street corridor in Philadelphia. Engineered in a kitschy decor and bathed in dim lighting, this joint displays all kinds of quirky pieces from Elvis paintings to Tiffany lamps. Come here for a plate of rib-eye, tender chicken wings or some superb gnocchi, before heading to the dance the night away to some epic music.
Get swept away to a French bistro but keep your feet on Philadelphia soil and dine at Amuse at Le Méridien Philadelphia. This brasserie/bar serves traditional and trademark French dishes, including escargots (snails). So kick back and amusez-vous at Amuse.