Nightlife in Philadelphia

Admission and Hookah for Two or Four at Trilogy Hookah Lounge (79% Off)

Trilogy Hookah Lounge

North Philadelphia East

$60 $12.50

Folks relax while puffing on aromatic, gentle tobacco

Hookah and Non-Alcoholic Drinks for Two or Four at Eclipse Hookah Lounge (Up to 55% Off)

Eclipse Hookah Lounge


$31.96 $15


Two dozen flavored tobaccos populate the shisha menu at this chilled-out hookah lounge

Maze featuring Frankie Beverly & Patti LaBelle at Mann Center for the Performing Arts on September 7 (Up to 50% Off)

Maze featuring Frankie Beverly with Ruben Studdard

Mann Center for the Performing Arts

$39.85 $20


Bay-Area soul hit-makers behind “While I’m Alone” and “Lady of Magic”; “velvet teddy bear” of American Idol opens

Two-Hour Private Karaoke Room Rental for 10 or 20 Plus Asian Cuisine at Tango Karaoke Lounge (67% Off)

Tango Karaoke Lounge


$150 $50


Private karaoke rooms offer access to thousands of classic and pop songs as guests nibble on sushi and stir-fry

Wine and Cheese Tasting for Two or Four with Optional Tour at Blue Mountain Vineyards & Cellars (Up to 54% Off

Blue Mountain Vineyards & Cellars

Multiple Locations

$35 $17


Sample five varietals of wines paired with Di Bruno Bros. cheeses and learn about the winemaking process

ESE Presents: Splash Fest 2 at Bamboo Bar on Saturday, August 16, at 4 p.m. (Up to 41% Off)

Splash Fest 2

Bamboo Bar

$22.09 $13


Dance and cool off in a pool at an outdoor show featuring dance DJs from the UK and Australia, including Dodge & Fuski and Uberjakd

MKTO – The American Dream Tour at Theatre of Living Arts on September 8 at 7 p.m. (Up to 39% Off)


Theatre of Living Arts

$28.50 $17.50


Malcolm Kelly and Tony Oller spout off hip-pop hits such as "Thank You" and "Classic"

The Fray and Neon Trees at Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing on Saturday, July 12, at 7:30 p.m. (Up to 26% Off)

The Fray and Neon Trees

Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing

$27 $20


Grammy-nominees behind "How to Save a Life" treat audiences to piano-driven hits; synth-pop rockers ignite the stage with colorful energy

Kirk Franklin Presents Tye Tribbett at Theatre of Living Arts on Tuesday, July 1 (Up to 63% Off)

Kirk Franklin Presents Tye Tribbett

Theatre of Living Arts

$29 $14


Grammy winner heralded as the "Elvis of Gospel" showcases catchy pop hooks and powerhouse vocals

Philadelphia Comedy Academy at Helium Comedy Club on July 12 or 13 (Up to 58% Off)

Philadelphia Comedy Academy

Helium Comedy Club

$120 $50


Veteran comedian Brad Trackman shares the foundations of standup comedy, from writing material to industry tips

BalletFleming's "After the Summer Sun" at The Performance Garage on September 19 or 20 (Up to 51% Off)

"After the Summer Sun"

The Performance Garage

$25 $13


Inventive contemporary ballets set to music by Eric Clapton and Guster mark the opening of the company's fifth season

Women of Faith: From Survival to Revival on Friday, September 5, and Saturday, September 6 (Up to 30% Off)

Women of Faith: From Survival to Revival

Wells Fargo Center

$99 $69


A Bible-focused weekend of inspiration and entertainment, including music, speakers from churches around the world, and comedy

Sports-Bar Food at Bada Bing Sports Bar and Grille (45% Off). Two Options Available.

Bada Bing Sports Bar and Grille


$20 $11

Pub-style favorites such as sauce-slathered wings along with fresh Boncella's crabs at a laid-back sports bar

"Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles" at Academy of Music, June 11–15 (Up to 39% Off)

"Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles"

Academy of Music

$73 $45


Acclaimed Broadway tribute act featuring the cast of "Beatlemania" recounts the Fab Four's career in a detailed performance

Select Local Merchants

With roots firmly planted in the tradition of the izakaya—Japanese pubs designed for unwinding and socializing with friends over a modest sake and street-food selection—Yakitori Boy focuses its culinary philosophy on interaction above all else. In this spirit, the menu brims with modestly priced tapas-style dishes meant for sharing—sushi comes in miniature four-piece rolls, tempura plates bear only a half-dozen or so of the crispy morsels, and diners order the eatery's signature creation, yakitori, by the single skewer. Of course, guests can still splurge on a full entrée, as head sushi chef Tasaka Yasuhiko calls on his 40 years of experience to craft full 12-piece helpings of specialty caviar- and tempura-topped maki, while chefs in the bustling kitchen whip up traditional don, or creative meat preparations served over a bowl of rice. A floor above the dining room's geometric lines and romantic lighting, a karaoke lounge urges diners to keep the celebration rolling with a public stage and eight private rooms ideal for parties of up to 20 or solo performances of "Where Everybody Knows Your Name" on repeat.

211 N 11th St

An always-bustling Northern Liberties tavern, Standard Tap, which opened in 1999, was at the forefront of what’s generally called the gastropub revolution, with its warmly lit space, hand-built bar, complete lack of TVs, draft-only beer selection highlighting tri-state breweries and the enticing seasonal menu. The whitewashed brick exterior echoes the craft philosophy, with its faded, custom-painted signs. Find a seat in this multi-room space – the charming second-floor outdoor deck beckons in nice weather – and order popular favorites like mussels and sausage or the duck-confit salad, with its luscious, slow-cooked meat. Chalkboards throughout announce the many daily specials, at times featuring produce from the nearby Greensgrow Farms co-op.

901 N 2nd St

An Exotic Ambiance

Bolts of crimson and green fabric embellished with golden patterns adorn the walls of Fez Moroccan Restaurant. Seated atop cushioned stools, diners surround the room's low-slung circular tables as Moroccan music echoes throughout the space and Friday and Saturday evenings herald the arrival of belly dancers. Collectively, these elements create an unmistakably Morroccan atmosphere.

A Feast for the Senses

As evidenced by the swirling aromas of saffron, honey and almonds, and harissa-cumin sauces, the chefs are equally committed to the task of capturing the essence of Morocco. In addition to the selection of kabobs and tagines, the menu features a variety of vegetarian as well as meat-laden couscous dishes. The savory smells mingle with the slightly sweet smoke of the fruit-flavored shisha smoldering in the hookahs.

What Do the Experts Say About Fez Moroccan Restaurant?

  • Gayot described the restaurant's atmosphere as "a setting out of Arabian nights."
  • CBS Philly declared it one of the Top Hookah Bars In Philadelphia.
  • Zagat recommends this intimate Moroccan hideway for a "culinary adventure."
620 S 2nd St.

At the crossroads where bowling and fitness meet stands Sweat Fitness and Frames, a facility that houses both a full gym and a 10-lane bowling alley under the same roof. On the bowling side, competitors rack up points and quench their thirst thanks to the center's BYOB policy and strict ban on water fountains that dispense vinegar. Fitness professionals maintain surveillance over the gym area, where they offer up advice to exercisers using weights and cardio equipment. Group fitness classes are available throughout the week to members, who also enjoy free access to the bowling lanes.

3300 Henry Ave.

Eulogy Belgian Tavern: A User's Guide

Internationally Inspired Pub Fare | Belgian Mussels and Frites | Late-Night Kitchen | 300-Plus Craft Beers

Sample Menu

  • Appetizer: baby back ribs smoked in Stella Artois
  • Entree: waterzooi, a traditional Belgian-style stew chockfull of pan-seared chicken thigh, fresh herbs, and light cream sauce
  • Drink: an Orval trappist ale from Belgium

    While You're Waiting

    • Start thinking ahead about a drink order. Along with 21 drafts, Eulogy stocks more than 300 international and domestic craft brews. There's even a house beer—Eulogy's Busty Blonde—that's made exclusively for the tavern by Belgium's La Binchoise Brewery.
    • Explore your historic surroundings. This two-story tavern is housed in a classic row-house-style building from the 19th century.

    Inside Tips

    • The bar's second floor is officially smoke-free after 10 p.m., but smoking's allowed any time on the ground floor.
    • Eulogy is a great spot to grab a bite after a late concert or raging Friday night party—the kitchen stays open until 1:30 a.m. Thursday–Sunday.

      While You're in the Neighborhood
      Before: Figure out how to work Sartre's Being and Nothingness into your flirting routine with fellow deep-thinkers at the American Philosophical Society Museum (104 S. Fifth Street).
      After: Groove to the latest hip-hop, metal, and indie rock during concerts at the Theatre of Living Arts (334 South Street).

136 Chestnut St

Established: 2009

Reservations/Appointments: Required

Staff Size: 2?10 people

Average Duration of Services: 30 Minutes or Less

Brands Used: Hohner, Weltmeister, Scandalli, Borsini, Roland, Stagi, Saltarelle

Pro Tip: Take a look at our hundreds of online video demos to see different types of accordions that we carry.

Q&A with Mike Bulboff, Owner

Describe a time your services really changed a client's life for the better.

We were able to do a emergency bellows replacement for Flogging Molly's Matt Hensley one day before their show.

Besides making clients happy, what do you like most about your job?

Every day, we meet customers from all over the world who play their own unique styles of accordion music. It's like going to a concert in a new country every day.

When and how did you first develop a passion for your work?

I found my father's dusty old accordion in the attic at age 17. Since that first encounter, we've had about 3,000 accordions come and go, and I have seen and played every kind you can think of.

Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?

We play every one of our instruments on our YouTube channel: user libertybellows.

947 E Passyunk Ave