South Philadelphia, PA - They say devil is in the details, or perhaps he hangs out at 11th and Ellsworth. Since April 2008 the Devil’s Den opened to bring the best of craft and import beer and pub fare to the South Philly Neighborhood. The restaurant owner Erin Wallace, who also owns Manayunk’s Old Eagle Tavern, named the Devil’s Den after the Gettysburg battle site- one of the bloodiest battles. A photo of the battle actually hangs above the fireplace in the restaurant.
Philadelphia's South Street - Manny Brown’s, open since the summer of 1983, this standby does up Buffalo wings, chicken fingers, potato skins and craft beer. Daily specials often make drinking at Manny’s an affordable project. 512 South Street, (215) 627-7427Storied, neighborhood watering hole with daily food specials & craft brews, plus TVs showing sports.
Philadelphia, PA - Level 28 at AKA University City - Level 28, Philadelphia's newest and most spectacular club, soars above street level to occupy the entire 28th floor with lifestyle-enhancing amenities, designed for our residents' wellness and enjoyment.