Philadelphia, PA - Silence DoGood's Tavern, the Old City tavern named for Benjamin Franklin's first pen name, brings burgers, beer, and bourbon to Old City with a new menu featuring eight hearty burgers, a build-your-own burger, a dozen local beers on tap and a rotating list of unique bourbons. The historic-themed tavern has been renovated, and more seating has been added.
The new menu features eight burgers, including The Classic Jawn (served with lettuce, tomato, onion, pickles, and American cheese) and the Black & Bleu Burger (Cajun seasoned with bacon, tomato, blue cheese dressing, and frizzled onions), as well as a turkey burger and vegetarian burger. Large flatbreads, belly-busting sandwiches, salads, wings, "grown-up" tater tots, and house-made fries round out the menu. To see the full menu, click here.
"From the Whiskey Rebellion to the Stonewall Riots, taverns have long been the place where American history is written," said Eric Keiles, owner of Silence DoGood's Tavern. "We hope lifelong Philadelphians and those who are just passing through will find good friends and a cure for whatever ails them at our modest establishment."
You can wash down the hearty food with 12 beers on tap, mostly local, a constantly rotating list of unique bourbons available in flights, and refreshing cocktails like watermelon jalapeño margaritas and strawberry coconut mojitos.
The Tavern aims to have the best happy hour in Old City with $5 flatbreads, $5 Kenzinger pints, $5 Faber cocktails, and $5 house wines on Monday through Friday from 5 to 7 p.m. Plus nightly specials including: