The oldest continuously operating (since 1860), family-run, beer-centric tavern in the city. Know this: they don't serve Guinness. You can get O'Hara's, a stout exclusively brewed in Ireland. Read more
The bartenders are friendly, you won't have to yell to your friends right across the table from you, the vintage Philadelphia decor is great, and the beers are cheap! Happy hour at it's best. Read more
Get a steal of a price on a pitcher of PBR or go for the craft brew. Either way, you've got to try their chilinachos or $0.35 wings on Tuesday Nights. See the fun we had on a Saturday - Tap More Info Read more
Philly's oldest continuously operating pub is getting in on the fun with a handful of pope-related specials. Head to McGillin's for a Popetini, Good Shepherd's Pie, Basilica-High Meatloaf & more. Read more
McGillin's Olde Ale House is Philadelphia's oldest continuously operating tavern. The historic tavern has become just like the fictional “Cheers”- with camaraderie, good food at a reasonable price and the best selection of local & regional beers on tap.