Directory of Night Clubs, Bars,
Breweries, Restaurants with
Entertainment & Dancing, etc.

Rock Lobster – Good food – live music – Delaware Ave

Dave & Buster’s – Full game room/ arcade/  pool tables &       “casino”  –  Lots to do several choices of eateries       & good drinks – Delaware Ave

Bahama Bay at Pier 42 – Listed as the premier spot for       African-Americans aged 25 to 40. They play all types of music except for rap. This is the largest outdoor nightclub in Philly. Activities include volleyball, beach barbecue,elegant cocktails. 950 N. Delaware       Ave.215-829-9799

The Beach Club – 829- 1900   Pier 42

Black Banana – A predominantly members only club. Videos are shown  on the 1st floor, and dancing is on the 2nd. Non-Members are welcome to join for the night for a rather high $55. American Express Accepted. 3rd and Race Sts.215-925-4433

Blue Moon Jazz Club – House performers start their sets at 9:30pm.  Wednesday through Saturday, and all other nights are open. No cover charge. 21 S. 5th St. at The Bourse 215-413-2272

Catch a Rising Star – Shows are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at  8:30 pm., on Friday and Saturday at 8:30 and 11pm., and on Sunday at       8:30pm.  Features rising stars from Comedy Central. Breweries and Pubs. 211 South       St.215-440-3131

Chestnut Cabaret – The most popular rock act in Philadelphia, the Cabaret does the best job at bringing in regional, and even national acts,  in rock, pop, Rhythm and Blues, and Reggae. Concerts are held Tuesday through Saturday nights. Cover charge varies. 215-382-1201

Circa – A variety of music from, house, disco ,pop, and techno.   Great food . Opens at 9pm on Fridays, and Saturdays, cover charge.  1518 Walnut St.215-545-6800

Dock Street Brewing – If you’re looking for imports, or other rare microbrews, this is no the place to go. Dock Street sells only the beer that it produces. Each glass of carefully prepared ale cost around $2.50. Six varieties to choose from. Live music on Fridays, and Saturdays. 18th and Cherry Sts., Logan Square

Irish Pub –  Offers good beers and food and lively Irish tunes 1123 Walnut St.  215-925-3311

J.C. Dobbs – When you come to J.C. Dobbs, come here to drink a lot and have a great time. Food is served until 1 a.m.. Cover charge is no  more than $5. 304 South St.  215-925-4053

Jake and Oliver’s – Once an old church, sounds of techno and house music are upstairs-  Monday through Saturday. The downstairs  is a microbrewery, caters to the 21 and over crowd. Cover charges. Comedy Club. 22 S. 3rd St

KatManDu – The cover charge is a mere $5. Admission includes white  sand, palm trees, outdoor pit barbecue Pier 25, 417 N. Delaware Ave.  215-629-1101

Love Lounge – Above the Knave of Hearts. Caters to a mid-40’s crowd.   Serves great food, and cocktails. 232 South St.

Maui – Outfitted in a plush tropical setting, this club features an outdoor beach grill, and volleyball court. Most of the crowd is aged in       their 20’s and 30’s. You have to be young in order to tolerate the noise level in this place. Pier 53, 1143 N. Delaware Ave 215-423-8116 or  463-5771

– Features over 120 different types of wine to choose from. This elegant wine bar is at the back of the Penn’s View Inn. Be careful, it’s kind of tricky to locate. 14 N. Front St  215-922-7800

Samuel Adams Brew House – The Samuel Adams Brew House provides a relaxed environment, and offers you a selection of three home brewed ales.       Their is an Oyster House on the first floor. 1516 Sansom St.  215-563-2326

Silk City Lounge – This club is attached to the American Diner for your convenience. It caters to a young crowd, and draws live acts about once a week. Open all night Friday through Sunday. 5th and Spring Garden Sts.  215-592-8838

Xero – One of the most successful and popular clubs/bars in the area. Thursday’s cover is $5, which includes food, drink, and dance, and techno deejays set the tune on the weekends. Happy hour is 7pm to 9pm on Friday, and Saturday. 613 S. 4th St.