Bars in Philadelphia Open on Thanksgiving
The last Thursday of November for some can be the best day of the year, and for others, the most dreaded. Depending on how you do Thanksgiving, you may enjoy cooking all day and relaxing with a refreshment afterward, you might have someone handle all the cooking for you, or you might be looking for a place to hide. We’re not here to judge. In fact, here is a list of places for you to wet your whistle after getting your gobble on:
Bierstube: Bar open 5 PM–2 AM. Kitchen open 6 PM–10 PM, normal menu and happy hour specials.
Bishop’s Collar: Open at 7 PM; drinks only
Bottle Bar East: Open for takeout starting at 12 PM; the bar and kithcen open at 6 PM.
Bridget Foy’s: Reservations from 1 PM–8:30 PM; Traditional Roast Turkey Dinner ($26) plus special selections from the fall menu.
Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse: Open at 3 PM. NFL Specials- $3.50 Miller Light, $3.50 Yuengling Lager
Cavanaugh’s Headhouse: Open at 3:30 PM. NFL Specials- $3.50 Bud Light, $3.50 Yuengling Lager
Devil’s Den: Open at 6:00 PM; Pumpkin beers will be on special.
Dirty Frank’s: Open at 7 PM
Grey Lodge Pub: Open at 8 PM; drinks only
London Grill: Thanksgiving buffet 2–7 PM. Reservation Only. Bar and Cafe will be open for walk-ins.
Pub on Passyunk East: Open 4 PM; They'll be playing the Eagles Vs. Cowboys game with the sound on and offering a special Thanksgiving Day food platter
Revolution House: Open 11:30 AM–9 PM for dinner and drinks.
Sassafras Bar: Open at 5 PM for drinks and dinner.
South Philadelphia Tap Room: Open at 6 PM; full menu available.
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Photo: Courtesy of Bottle Bar East
Tags: Beer, Cocktails, Holiday, Spirits, Wine