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May 18, 2007 10:07 AM

Any place in Philly/South Jersey that does all you can eat mussles night?

One of my co-workers told me about a place called the Swedes Cafe in Sweedesboro, NJ that used to have incredible all you can eat mussels but they dont do it anymore. Does anyone know of a place that does that either in Philly or South Jersey?

thanks for your help

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  1. Zot in Society Hill does a night but I'm not sure which one it is. I think they have a website you could check out. Haven't been myself so I don't know how good they are.

    3 Replies
    1. re: Tonyjlive

      Monday night, cash only, $25.99. Really small, but lots of sauces.

      1. re: juice

        Thanks for the tip on the mussels but what place are you talking about? Thanks

        1. re: acewex

          It was in response to Tonyjive and Zot. 2nd and Lombard.

    2. I'm not sure if this is too far but the Drafting Room in Springhouse does all you can eat mussels. I do not remember exact details but i recall the price was very reasonable. they gave great beers on tap too.

      1. If anyone is still looking for AYCE mussels I've tried Zot in Society Hill and it's good. The menu of different ingredients in the pot of mussels is intimidating. The Friets that come with it are excellent served with homemade mayo. I like the Bruxelles style mussels best. They also have a pot of mussels called The Snob which has lobster bisque and congac basted over the mussels. The trick to all you can eat night is getting the mussels out of the shells first and letting them go into the flavored broth then eating them out of the broth instead of picking them out of the shells one at a time. The broth is so good you want to get those shells out of the way so you can enjoy the mussels swimming in all the flavors. There are some weird flavors like Rootbeer and Lavender Honey. They have a huge beer listing and Young's Chocolate Stout is on it. It was a treat to get one of those with my meal. The more friends you bring to AYCE mussel night the better so you can try lots of different broths. Get the Bangkok if you love lemongrass, ginger and vodka on your mussels.

        1. Does anyone know if the Bomb Bomb Bar B Que Grill at 10th and Wolf still does an AYCE mussel night? I went years ago....