Every week, you leave the dojo and wish you had a good place to invite your classmates and Sensei Jim to come hang out. With today's Groupon to Paddy Whacks Irish Sports Pub, you'll be able to kick up your social life a few belt colors. For $10, you'll get $25 worth of indulgent pub grub and drinks for $10 at any of Paddy Whacks' three convenient locations.
Though the atmosphere at Paddy Whacks is one of camaraderie, it is rarely deemed appropriate to play knick-knack on a stranger's thumb. You will, however, go rolling home unless you remember to pair your Guinness with one of Paddy Whack's savory snacks or hearty entrees. Share onion rings ($5.99), fried ravioli ($7.99), and mini crab cakes ($8.99) among friends, and nibble on humanely procured potato skins stuffed with cheese, bacon bits, and scallions ($6.99). French onion soup takes a backseat to Irish-stout onion soup (made with Guinness, $4.99). Eat even more of your favorite booze with Jameson-smothered drunken steak (a flat-iron steak topped with mushrooms in whiskey-cream sauce with mashed potatoes and veggies, $14.99) or Harp-battered fish and chips ($11.99). Try a traditional Irish favorite, bangers and mash (sausages and potatoes with rosemary gravy, $10.99), or get a golden, chicken-tastic Paddy melt (homemade chicken tenders and American cheese on sourdough, $8.99).
With locations on Second and South, Welsh Road, and Comly Road, Paddy Whacks maintains a neighborhoody charm with tons of special events and crowds gathered together to cheer on the sports team as they attempt to make pancakes without using their hands. Comly Road has an in-house dart league, Second and South features live bands every Friday night, and Welsh Road plays live Irish music every Saturday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.
- The staff was very friendly and made us feel like family...A great place to meet old friends and make new ones. – Al P., Insider Pages
- It's got a younger crowd...with a great beer selection and good bar food. It also has an awesome, huge juke box. I would go here any time! – Mary Beth C., Citysearch
Paddy Whacks Irish Sports Pub
Paddy Whacks Irish Sports Pub brings the best of Ireland and the States together under one roof, thanks to its hearty menu of Irish and American fare. Patrons can gather around the bar to watch sports on a high-definition TV as they munch on everything from spicy buffalo wings and philly cheesesteaks to golden-fried fish ‘n’ chips or bangers and mash. Friday and Saturday nights encourage customers to take their draft or bottled beers to the dance floor, where they can burn calories to the beats of a house DJ, the live crooning of a local band, or the constant reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance that hasn’t left their heads since middle school.
Center City East
150 South St
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19147Get Directions