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Bars With Jukeboxes in Philadelphia

Bars With Jukeboxes in Philadelphia

Want to rock, shake, sing or hum along to your favorite songs with a drink in your hand and your friends by your side? Easy. Put down the headphones and put on your shoes. You’re going to a bar with a jukebox, where accessing your favorite tunes is only a few pressed buttons away.

Khyber Pass Pub: Head to this Old City haunt to enjoy some tunes while scarfing down a good ol' Mint Julep, one of two dozen craft beers and some oyster po' boys.

Doobies: Don't sleep on this beloved neighborhood bar whose juke is stocked with tunes from classic rock gods and local music heroes.

Royal Tavern: Enjoy comfort food and local brews while the jukebox airs anything from indie rock to classic soul to death metal.

McGlincheys: Philly's favorite smoky dive has a jukebox with 100 CDs spinning classic tunes.

Jose Pistolas: In addition to the Internet jukebox at this Center City cantina, you can enjoy live music every Tuesday with at Funk Sessions.

P.O.P.E: On East Passyunk, find an eclectic jukebox spinning anything from '90s alt rock to Frank Sinatra oldies.

Dirty Franks: Throw back a Citywide Special at this 13th Street dive while the Internet jukebox provides the soundtrack to the night.

Local 44: Hit up this West Philly bar/bottle shop and pump quarters into the jukebox while enjoying killer bar food (including several vegan options) along with a draft from over 20 taps.

Locust Rendezvous: Along with some of the cheapest drinks in the city, the 'Vous houses an online jukebox for your listening pleasure.

Tattooed Mom: Two vintage jukeboxes rock at this South Street joint, one upstairs featuring metal and hip-hop, and one downstairs spinning indie rock and R&B.

Good Dog Bar: This Center City bar has an electic Internet jukebox to keep you entertained while you house one of the signature, Roquefort-stuffed burgers.

Percy Street Barbecue: A vintage jukebox lives at this South Street BBQ stop, one of the few in the city. Enjoy your 'cue while Prince or the Stones play.

Ray's Happy Birthday Bar: A destination for those who want to make a special evening of their birthday (or morning — it opens at 7 AM daily), this local has an Internet jukebox that features over 275,000 songs.

Oscar's Tavern: At this longtime favorite Center City dive bar, the jukebox spins the oldies.

Cook and Shaker: Have your berry mojito and meatloaf sandwich with a side of music.

Nick's Roast Beef (Old City): Download the app and make requests from your phone.

El Bar: You won’t hear the El overhead when you DJ the jukebox.

Prohibition Taproom: A jukebox for audiophiles, where you’ll find Beatles, Black Flag, Warren G., Dr. Dre and more. $1 jukebox plays three songs.

The Druid’s Keep: It’s quiet in there when the internet jukebox isn’t being fed. You have the power.

2nd Street Brew House: Hit this corner bar on Two Street to for the beer and video games too.

Irish Pol: Jukebox is downstairs. Pick what you like, and enjoy the random Beastie Boys in between.

McGillin’s Olde Ale House: It’s the oldest bar in the city. Find it, and learn their secret.

Johnny Brendas: Even when there’s no live show, you still have hip music at your fingertips.

Ten Stone Bar & Restaurant: If the TARDIS served craft beer and had a jukebox, it would be this corner bar in Graduate Hospital.


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