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.
Storied, neighborhood watering hole with daily food specials & craft brews, plus TVs showing sports. with daily specials such as happy hour Monday thru Friday 5pm to 7pm 1/2 off most drafts and domestic& import bottles and 1/2 priced well drinks.
The Philly Taco, South Street Sushi, The Lorenzo's and Jim's Challenge - Are you searching for the ultimate Philadelphia frank'enfood, look no further, its The Philly Taco. A combination of a Philly cheesesteak and a slice of pizza. The combo gets its origins on South Street, where foodies of all kinds head over to both Jim's Steaks and Lorenzo's Pizza for their steaks and pizza. Just wrap your Jim's steak in your in your Lorenzo slice, and you just made The Philly Taco or South Street Sushi.
Philadelphia's South Street Guide - welcomes more than just hippies these days. Shoppers searching for a statement-making look, visitors hungry for a real Philly cheesesteak and music lovers who want to catch an up-and-coming band head to the storied boulevard. Ethnically diverse restaurants, bars that keep the party going long after dessert and galleries and performance spaces help make South Street the place where everyone meets.