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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Let it Snow, no worries, have a great beer

Some of my favorite memories of living in the City were from snow days. And beer. And, the two together. Like tonight, for example, where impromptu specials are popping up around town... City Tap House - Sam Adams Choc Bock tapping Monk's - Brooklyn Dinner reservation book opened this morning...maybe sold out by now, but worth a stop by just the same Resurrection Ale House - Sierra Nevada 30th Anniversary beers, all $4 The Belgian Cafe - "Tuesday Festivus" Tria, Rittenhouse Sq. - "Drink and Eat Your Oatmeal", Terrapin Wake 'n' Bake (10oz) plus large cookie for $5.50 Tria, Washington Sq. - Dogfish Head Olde School Barleywine, 5oz for $5 Though, World Cafe Live is closed. What? The bands are afraid to venture out in a little snow? Wonder what Rendell would say about that? Where else would I like to hang out in the City on a snowy day? Oh, I don't know. Places come to mind like Bridgid's, Standard Tap, Khyber Pass, Dock Street, For Pete's Sake, South Philly Tap Room, or trapped at the train station at Bridgewater's just to name a very few.

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