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One Night in Philly

Papa Kip Chee Aug 4, 2006 03:13 PM

Will be in Philly one week night to meet with a friend for dinner. I LOVE beer, and we are open to Indian, Mexican/S. American, Thai, Korean, or whatever. Would love to hear your suggestions.

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  1. saturninus RE: Papa Kip Chee Aug 4, 2006 03:21 PM

    beer: eulogy or monks cafe

    1. joypirate RE: Papa Kip Chee Aug 4, 2006 06:01 PM

      Or Tria. Or Grace's Tavern if you like your Chimay with a side of Tom Waits, a cloud of smoke and alcoholic locals.

      1. bluehensfan RE: Papa Kip Chee Aug 4, 2006 06:08 PM

        Which is more important, beer or food? If it's a zillion Belgian ales and the best burgers and fries in Philly (but not much else overly redeeming), I'd second Monks. If you're looking for more upscale food with a less varied beer selection I would go elsewhere.

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          sailbadthesinner RE: Papa Kip Chee Aug 4, 2006 06:27 PM

          For a great beer selection and some interesting food, go to Bridgid's - 726 N 24th St - in the Fairmount section of the city. Delerium Tremens on tap.....mmmmmmmmmmm........

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            DanielleM RE: sailbadthesinner Aug 4, 2006 06:29 PM

            Hmmm, I have heard some REALLY bad things about Brigid's food; Granted, I have not experienced it myself, but it might be a good idea to stick to their beer and have food elsewhere.

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              G Goo RE: DanielleM Aug 18, 2006 07:02 PM

              Brigid's food is NOT bad......It's simple fare, not real extraordinary, but it's always good. And cheap. Great (usually small) beer selection.

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            lockwoa RE: Papa Kip Chee Aug 4, 2006 08:03 PM

            New Wave at 3rd and Catherine has more upscale food and a good beer selection....

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              Papa Kip Chee RE: lockwoa Aug 4, 2006 09:10 PM

              Menu looks good. Are there other places close by for barley-based libations on tap as well?

            2. Sloth RE: Papa Kip Chee Aug 4, 2006 08:59 PM

              Nodding Head on Sansom, above the Oyster House, has great award-winning microbrews and some pretty decent chow. They even have vegan dishes, if you're into that.

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                Papa Kip Chee RE: Sloth Aug 4, 2006 09:19 PM

                Hmmm...definitely an inticing option. Thanks.

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