Snow Day Places to Eat and Drink in Philly

Snow Day Places to Eat and Drink in Philly

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Philadelphia, PA - Hay Philly!! Looks like snow is in the forecast for this evening which means it's time for a bevy of snow day jawns from some of Philly's top bars and restaurants. These food and booze deals make venturing out into the winter wonderland worth it.Philadelphia, PA - Hay Philly!! Looks like snow is in the forecast for this evening which means it's time for a bevy of snow day jawns from some of Philly's top bars and restaurants. These food and booze deals make venturing out into the winter wonderland worth it.


 

Misconduct, $1 off Quaker City Shrubs Bulldogs at Bar and Misconduct every Snow Day. What is a bulldog? A Quaker City Shrub with an airplane nip of your choosing flipped into the mouth of the can.

Red Owl Tavern, the bustling restaurant and bar across the street from Independence Mall in Old City, invites visitors and locals alike to escape from the cold and enjoy a beer and burger. For only $15, guests can pair the Red Owl Tavern Burger, complete with smoked mozzarella, tomato jam, and baby arugula, with a draft of their choosing while watching the snow fall. Insider tip: snag the all-new window table for a burger and beer with a view of Independence Hall while the snow falls. 433 Chestnut St. | 215.923.2267 | www.redowltavern.com

Philadelphia Brewing Company, one of Philadelphia’s first and largest breweries, is offering a draught pint and well shot for just $7 during snow days. With a rotating seasonal draught list to year-round staples, the options range from the Philly-favorite Kenzinger to the Joe Coffee Porter to the Pennsylvania Pale Ale. Imbibers can choose their favorite Philly Brewing Co. beer and spirit of choice, then toast to the snow day! 2440 Frankford Avenue | 215-427-2739 | http://philadelphiabrewing.com

Ocean Prime, one of Center City’s most gorgeous seafood restaurants and steakhouses, will offer an extended happy hour every time the city declares a snow day. From 4:30 pm to close, guests can escape the cold and enjoy: $10 small plates and sushi, such as Beef Sliders, Crab Cake Sliders, Point Judith Calamari, Ahi Tuna Tartare, and more; $1 East Coast Oysters; $3 Shrimp Cocktail (per piece); $10 wines by the glass and $10 handcrafted cocktails. 124 South 15th Street |  (215) 563-0163 | https://www.ocean-prime.com/locations-menus/philadelphia

Square 1682, located in Center City just steps from Rittenhouse Square, is offering its signature 1682 Burger topped with onion jam, smoked gouda, and Applewood bacon with a beer of choice for just $16.82 when it snows. For those dreaming of warmer times, Executive Chef Machenson Horebe’s Haitian flair is sure to transport guests to the sunny Caribbean shores. 121 South 17th Street | 215-563-5008 | https://square1682.com

Joe’s Steaks + Soda Shop, longtime Philly cheesesteak purveyor, will offer up its delicious milkshakes for only $5 every time it snows. Guests can pair a milkshake with one of Joe’s iconic cheesesteaks to satisfy all snow day cravings. 1 W Girard Ave. | 215-423-5637 | 6030 Torresdale Ave. | 215-535-9405 | https://www.joessteaks.com

CO-OP, the contemporary restaurant and lounge adjacent to The Study Hotel in University City, is offering a rich and creamy spiked hot chocolate for $10 to keep guests warm and cozy during any blizzard or squall. 20 South 33rd Street | 215-398-1874 | https://www.coopphilly.com

Urban Farmer, Philly’s modern American “chic” steakhouse, is heating things up on snow days with $5 Irish Coffees. Urban Farmer offers delicious hearty steaks, comforting sides, and much more for those who decide to venture out in the storm. 1850 Benjamin Franklin Parkway | 215-963-2788 | https://urbanfarmerphiladelphia.com

Assembly Rooftop Lounge, the all-weather rooftop lounge atop The Logan Hotel, encourages guests to come up and enjoy sweeping snowy city views while sipping on a steaming $5 Hot Toddy. With a selection of small plates and a view of some of Philadelphia’s most iconic landmarks, this rooftop perch is the place to be during a snow storm. 1840 Benjamin Franklin Parkway | 215-783-4171 | https://assemblyrooftop.com

 

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