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After Work in Mt Airy?

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doxiemom Apr 25, 2008 12:29 PM

Can anyone reccomend a place to grab a quick after work drink with friends in Mt Airy OTHER than McMenamin's? With Germantown Ave all torn up we are trying to avoid going up into Chestnut Hill. Thanks.

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    susan1353 RE: doxiemom Apr 25, 2008 01:48 PM

    North by Northwest is good too.

    1. Chinon00 RE: doxiemom Apr 25, 2008 02:23 PM

      EBB, Earth, Bread and Brewers should be opening soon one block East of McMenamin's on Germantown Avenue. They will feature their owns beers (brewed on the premises) along with some host beers and supposedly an outstanding wine by the glass selection. Will do brick oven pizza too. I'm psyched.

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        alonna Smith RE: Chinon00 Apr 27, 2008 03:18 PM

        The last date I heard was early June for their opening. I can't wait!!!

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          ClockworkOrange RE: Chinon00 Apr 27, 2008 09:38 PM

          http://earthbreadbrewery.com/

        2. Chinon00 RE: doxiemom Apr 27, 2008 07:05 PM

          How likely is it that Mount Airy will become the next Manayunk (and is that a good thing)?

          Thanks

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            Bob Loblaw RE: Chinon00 Apr 28, 2008 08:05 AM

            i don't really see it happening. just a matter of access - the drives, 76, ridge ave. all get you pretty close to main st. where would mt. airy draw its customers/visitors from? that said, there's definitely room for an increase in what's there, both on g-town and in that little area by the coop.

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              Chinon00 RE: Bob Loblaw Apr 28, 2008 09:30 AM

              I bring this up because I know that for some during weekends McMenamin's is a destination (and obviously NXNW is too). EB&B will definitely be more of a destination than either NXNW or McMenamin's I think. I imagine particularly the first year the traffic and parking being a nightmare during weekends.

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