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Bars in Philadelphia That Book Private Parties

by Chase Harrison on Jan 5, 2012 in Roundups
Bars in Philadelphia That Book Private Parties

Whether for work or home, sometimes you’re looking for a place you can take 20 or more people for a party. Making an arrangement ahead of time is the way to go – by doing so, you can be sure there is enough space, food and drink for everyone. We checked in with all the bars in our database, and present this list of spots that have you covered for private parties, arranged by neighborhood. Bookmark it for your next event!


Center City

10 Arts (Upscale modern American; 10 Avenue of the Arts)

Black Sheep (Casual Irish pub; 247 S. 17th St.)

Cavanaugh's Headhouse (Laid back beer & whiskey pub; 421 S. 2nd St.)

Cavanaugh’s Rittenhouse(Sports bar; 1823 Sansom St.)

Con Murphy’s(Irish pub; 1700 Ben Franklin Pkwy.)

Fergie’s Pub (Relaxed Irish pub; 1214 Sansom St.)

Good Dog (Hipster gastropub; 224 S. 15th St.)

Jet Wine Bar (Intimate, eclectic wine bar; 1535 South St.)

Jolly’s Dueling Piano Bar (Lounge and piano bar; 1420 Locust St.)

Jose Pistola’s (Trendy Mexican; 263 S. 15th St.)

Lucky Strike Lanes (Swanky bowling alley; 1336 Chestnut St.)

Pub & Kitchen (Casual gastropub; 1946 Lombard St.)

Public House (Young professionals bar/pub; 2 Logan Square)

R2L (37th Floor American bistro/lounge; 50 S. 16th St.)

Smokin’ Betty’s (BBQ restaurant and gastropub; 116 S. 11th St.)

Vango Lounge (Rooftop bar and lounge; 116 S. 18th St.)


Old City

32 Degrees Luxe Lounge(Young professionals lounge with bottle service; 16 S. 2nd St.)

Bleu Martini (Asian-American fusion lounge; 24 S. 2nd St.)

Continental Old City (Swanky cocktail lounge; 138 Market St.)

Cuba Libre(Latin American restaurant; 10 S. 2nd St.)

Drinker’s Tavern (Casual party bar; 124 Market St.)

GiGi Restaurant & Lounge (Colorful fusion lounge; 319 Market St.)

Irish Pol (Neighborhood beer bar; 45 S. 3rd St.)


Art Museum

Bridgid’s(European bar/pub; 726 N. 24th St.)

St. Stephen’s Green (Irish gastropub; 1701 Green St.)


Chinatown

Lee How Fook (Intimate, authentic Chinese; 219 N. 11th St.),

Vietnam Restaurant (Elegant Vietnamese restaurant; 221 N. 11th St.)

Yakitori Boy(Japanese pub; 213 N. 11th St.)


Northern Liberties/Fishtown

Finnigan’s Wake(Irish pub; 537 N. 3rd St.),

North Bowl (Trendy bowling alley; 909 N. 2nd St.)

O’Reilly’s Pub (Irish dive bar; 2672 Coral St.)

PYT (Trendy burger/shake bar and restaurant; 1050 N. Hancock St.)

Standard Tap (Pioneering gastropub; 901 N. 2nd St.)


West Philly

Blockley Pourhouse (Music venue and gastropub; 3801 Chestnut St.)

City Tap House (American restaurant and beer bar; 3925 Walnut St.)

Copabanana (College party Mexican bar/restaurant; 4000 Spruce St.)

Distrito (Modern Mexican restaurant and lounge; 3945 Chestnut St.)

Drinker’s West (College party bar; 3900 Chestnut St.)

Gojjo Bar (Ethiopian bar and restaurant; 4540 Baltimore Ave.)

JG Domestic (Modern American restaurant; 2929 Arch St.)

MidAtlantic Restaurant & Taproom (Sleek young professionals taproom; 3711 Market St.)

Pod (Modern Asian fusion restaurant; 3636 Sansom St.)

Vietnam Cafe (Vietnamese restaurant; 814 S. 47th St.)


Manayunk

The Grape Room (College party bar and music venue; 105 Grape St.)

Mad River Manayunk (College party bar; 4100 Main St.)

Manayunk Brewery & Restaurant (Brewpub and restaurant; 4120 Main St.)
 
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