4 South New Middletown Road
Media, PA 19063
Phone: (610) 565-5800
Fax: (610) 565-7748
Since 2006, Wilmington's Mojo 13 has been keeping it real with authentic music that emphasizes the road less traveled. Besides the revolving door of musical acts, the club also hosts regular karaoke and open-mic nights. Phone or see website for more information.
Millcreek Tavern is the location to be if you are in Philadelphia. The bar is all encompassing with a good bar mainly beer of which they have 20 taps. Full fledged lunch, dinner and snack menus are sure to satisfy the most famished and the live music will boost any depressed soul. Get down and dirty at the Millcreek Tavern. Check website for event details.
Drinker's West is popular for its fantastic list of drink and food specials. It is quite huge and attracts visitors with its energetic atmosphere and an array of games like darts, arcade games and ping pong. It also features a huge projector screen which screen matches of current sporting events. The food is well priced, and its tacos simply beguile your taste buds.
O'Hara's Fishhouse restaurant has been a favorite landmark in West Philadelphia's University City District for over 20 years. O'Hara's Fishhouse offers a full line of fresh seafood and the popular BBQ baby back ribs, fresh chicken wings and charbroiled steak. Home of the All-You-Can-Eat special ever Sunday (ribs and wings), Monday (crab legs) and Tuesday (shrimp). The Happy Hour is 5-7pm Mon-Fri, featuring complimentary hors d'ouevres. Live entertainment from local jazz musicians Thurs-Sat (Friday music starts at 6pm). Wed, Karaoke. Sunday, DJ.
A very good addition to the already buzzing nightlife in Philadelphia, Pegasus Nightclub is a place to go to only if you like hip-hop and soul music. The crowd here is very friendly and well-dressed and know how to have a good time. Dj's play some of the hottest tracks that are burning up the charts all over the world, with live local and national music acts performed throughout the week. Gill Scott-Heron, Les Nubians and local luminary Beanie Siegel have all played here. The drinks are a bit pricey but the ambiance makes it all worthwhile.
Judy Wicks opened the White Dog in an old brownstone on the Penn campus and then kept knocking down walls until she had a spacious, well-lit restaurant that's popular with everyone. The sidewalk tables and front bar are small and cozy, with a light menu. The spacious rooms in back carry the full menu, everything from Grilled T-bone Steak with Bleu Cheese Shallot Butter to Balsamic Roasted Organic Portobello Mushroom on Baked Parmesan Polenta sauteed broccoli rabe, with roasted garlic, grilled onions, toasted pine nuts and oven-dried tomatoes. There's a piano lounge for late evening coziness.
This popular watering hole offers so many bottled beer selections that every visit feels like an international beer festival. Management prides itself on its eclectic beer menu that features such obscure selections as Roquefort10, Black Dog Honey Raspberry, Bolton German Ale, La Fin de Monde and Maudite to name a few. Oddly enough there are no no beers on tap. It serves a light kitchen menu including 15-cent wings after 4pm on Tuesdays. Live jazz can be heard every Wednesday.
The Manayunk Brewery & Restaurant features live music regularly and a Sunday jazz brunch. The gourmet menu features crab and lobster appetizers and the most notable side dish is the creamy, subtle Garlic Mashed Potatoes. Complete any meal with an irresistible dessert such as a Canoli Cake. Enjoy a Schuykill Punch or Krook's Mill, a few of the lighter beers brewed on the premises.
Embedded in the famous St. Tropez Bistro, the Great Room is a big hall which serves as a nightclub and a fine venue for weddings. With DJs bringing alive every party hosted here, this spot offers an enjoyable experience who walk in here. The drinks are served at a decent price while the staff is excellent with their service. It's great fun out here, after all, it's the Great Room.
There's a place at the bar for everyone here. Dawson Street, as locals warmly refer to it, prides itself on serving nothing but the best micro brews both hand-pumped or in bottles. Enjoy a variety of Yards, a beer originated in Manayunk, or Young's, another micro-beer. This establishment has dim lighting and graffiti-like painting on every wall. The front room features the bar and table seating, a second room for pool or darts, and a lounge with couches and a coffee table. They offer live music on weekends.
The Level Room at Penn's center is one of the premier locations to have fun and just let go. The place is buzzing with music, drinks and people who are ready to dance the night away. A must visit for all in the mood for fun.
The Irish bartenders in town always talked about football and beer. These days they talk more about bandwidth and modem configuration, but they still know their beer. Caffrey's, Murphy's, Harp's and some of the local micro brews are on tap. There's usually six Irish whiskeys waiting. If you'd like something with your beer, there's a great Atlantic Seafood Chowder. The Bards also offers Irish stew, burgers and four kinds of boxty, an Irish dish of mashed potatoes flavored with shrimp, leeks, chicken, etc.