Bars in Southwest Philadelphia

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

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

Burger Dinner with Apps for Two, Four, or Six or Party Room Rental at Nineteen 19 Bar & Grill (Up to 67% Off)

Nineteen 19 Bar & Grill


$28.97 $15


Juicy burgers meet appetizers such as buffalo-chicken nachos and firecracker shrimp at dinner; party room rental enables private soirees

Irish Pub Meal for Two or Four at Lazy Lanigan's (Up to 55% Off)

Lazy Lanigan's


$43 $21


Peel-and-eat shrimp steamed in Yuengling, rich Guinness beef stew, shepherd's pie, and other hearty pub dishes

Bar Food at Pinsetter Bar & Bowl (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Pinsetter Bar & Bowl


$20 $11


Feast on bar food favorites like wings, sliders, and tacos

Pub Food and Drinks at Badges Sports Bar and Grill (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Badges Sports Bar and Grill


$20 $11

Beers and mixed drinks pair with appetizers such as loaded fries and sloppy-joe dip and entrees such as bacon-wrapped hot dogs and burgers

$5 for $10 Worth of Hookah Smoking — 40 Thieves PA

40 Thieves Pa


$10 $5

Grand-opening special includes a carefully prepared hookah with your choice of signature blend.

Hookah, Appetizers, and Drinks for Two, Four, or Six at Fumo Bar and Hookah Lounge (50% Off)

Fumo Bar and Hookah Lounge


$25.99 $13

Sink into plush sofas as lazy plumes of smoke encircle friendly conversations, fueled by thirst-quenching drinks and tasty small plates

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Landmark American Tap & Grill aims to live up to its name, providing a dining destination for patrons seeking classic, seasonal American cuisine matched with a rotating selection of craft draughts and bottles. The ever-evolving menu features appetite-slaking classics such as wings, burgers, and ribs, and a unique brunch spread showcases brioche french toast and savory breakfast nachos made with home fries. Bites pair with beers crafted in stateside cities such as Detroit and Grand Rapids, as well as those from overseas locales.

Diners sit at the polished bar or pull up vibrant red chairs to tables, sharing conversations and toasts to toasting amid exposed brick walls. The Landmark also provides a late-night menu to ensure performances aren’t underscored by growling stomachs.

3333 Market St

Named after the proprietors' father—a longtime veteran of the restaurant trade—Mikey's American Grill & Sports Bar continues the family's tradition of serving good food in a congenial atmosphere. Seated in the light-filled dining room, guests peel their eyes away from the sports-filled big-screen TVs above the bar to peruse a menu of classic bar standbys. Juicy 8-ounce burgers arrive piled high with tantalizing toppings including bacon, goat cheese, and fried eggs. Their tater tot brethren are no less decorated, coming tricked out with extras ranging from jalapenos and blue cheese to grilled chicken. The thirsty receive equal consideration, with bartenders pouring beer, original cocktails, and fishbowls that let friends share their libations or help pet tetras just loosen up for once in their lives.

3180 Chestnut St

A crack sounds as the bat connects with the ball, and you cheer with the rest of the crowd. You're not exactly in the ballpark, though?you're in McFadden's Ballpark. Located at the third base gate of Citizen's Bank Park, the pub gives patrons a spot to enjoy Phillies action nearby without requiring a ticket to the game or a pass from the Phanatic. Each at-bat is complemented with hearty bar food favorites, from Guinness shepherd?s pie to beer-battered fish 'n' chips. Angus beef burgers arrive topped with sliced corned beef or Irish cheddar, while fries can be loaded with ribeye steak, cheese, or house-made turkey gravy. McFadden?s comforting fare and frosty beverages are served up before, during, and after games.

1001 Pattison Ave

The Adobe Cafe's chefs find a way to accommodate nearly every diner without sacrificing the piquant flavors and aromas attributed to southwestern cuisine. They skillet-sear filet mignon and marinate chicken breasts and duck before tossing the seasoned meat with black beans, sautéed green peppers, and white onions for fajitas. But they also alter their traditional Mexican-inspired fare by substituting ground beef, chorizo, flank steak, and carnitas with seitan and tofu for vegetarians or meat eaters' pet goats. The chefs' use of ranchero sauce, roasted peppers, jerk seasoning, and even barbecue has earned the eatery a number of awards; The Adobe Cafe was recently named Best Southwestern Restaurant in Philadelphia by LocalEats.

1919 E Passyunk Ave

It's easy to quickly feel at home at Liberty Bar?Phillies pennants and beer signage make the cozy space feel familiar, chicken wings and cheeseburgers fill the menu, and your bed is set up at the bar. When local and international soccer matches aren't playing on the flat-screen TVs, there's often DJs or karaoke sing-alongs.

2204 Market Street

By 4 p.m. in the UK, weekend soccer matches are in full swing. In Philadelphia, where it's only 11 a.m., Liberty Bar & Grill is just opening its doors so that patrons can catch the day's action live on flat-screen televisions. Soccer jerseys adorn the exposed brick interior of the cozy bar—which, later in the day, accommodates DJs, karaoke, and other televised sports until its daily 2 a.m. closing.

The kitchen calls it a day only a half-hour earlier, diligently serving late-night helpings of pizza cheesesteaks and house-made roast beef sandwiches. An extensive beer selection complements eats, as do mixed beer drinks such as the Blacksmith, a Guinness and Smithwick's Ale blend combined via hard labor over an anvil.

2204 Market St