678 Bethlehem Pike
Montgomeryville, PA 18936
Phone: (215) 361-3600
Fax: (215) 361-7949
678 Bethlehem Pike, Montgomeryville, PA, US, 18936
- Phone: (215) 361-3600
- Fax: (215) 361-7949
Whiskey Tango sits just on the border of the Philadelphia, but has all the excitement of the city bars. However, Whiskey Tango has one thing most city bars don't have – space. With 3 full bars downstairs as well as an upstairs dance floor and plenty of mini-bars for bottles, Whiskey Tango has plenty of room to move, mingle and dance. Make sure to check out this popular bar on the weekends for local live bands and plenty of drink specials.
This popular watering hole offers so many bottled beer selections that every visit feels like an international beer festival. Management prides itself on its eclectic beer menu that features such obscure selections as Roquefort10, Black Dog Honey Raspberry, Bolton German Ale, La Fin de Monde and Maudite to name a few. Oddly enough there are no no beers on tap. It serves a light kitchen menu including 15-cent wings after 4pm on Tuesdays. Live jazz can be heard every Wednesday.
The Manayunk Brewery & Restaurant features live music regularly and a Sunday jazz brunch. The gourmet menu features crab and lobster appetizers and the most notable side dish is the creamy, subtle Garlic Mashed Potatoes. Complete any meal with an irresistible dessert such as a Canoli Cake. Enjoy a Schuykill Punch or Krook's Mill, a few of the lighter beers brewed on the premises.
There's a place at the bar for everyone here. Dawson Street, as locals warmly refer to it, prides itself on serving nothing but the best micro brews both hand-pumped or in bottles. Enjoy a variety of Yards, a beer originated in Manayunk, or Young's, another micro-beer. This establishment has dim lighting and graffiti-like painting on every wall. The front room features the bar and table seating, a second room for pool or darts, and a lounge with couches and a coffee table. They offer live music on weekends.
Offering some of the best food and entertainment in town is the Tierra nightclub Philadelphia. The place is buzzing with activity, music, booze and the works. The welcoming and chic ambiance is the icing on the cake. The delectable Latin, Cuban cuisine offered is equally scrumptious and is good value for your money. All this and more can be enjoyed at the Tierra. Check website for event schedules.
The New Palladium is a newbie in the nightlife scene of Philadelphia. It is one of the finest place in the city for the night owls for dancing to the music and then fill in themselves with the delicacies served the Cara's Restaurant, located nearby. Do check their website for more.
Sometimes it can be hard to find a good polka show in a strange town. There are polka evenings at least once a week at Cannstatter Volksfest-Verein, with visiting and local accordion virtuosos. The food, as one might expect, runs towards sausages and blintzes. On Fridays, Senior Citizens enjoy discounted lunch. Polish, German and American holidays are celebrated with a festival with more food, more activities for the entire family and, of course, more accordions. Ample parking for guests and handicapped access. Catering facilities and Modern Picnic Grove accommodate 25 to 3,000 people - perfect for weddings, company parties or birthdays.
North Star is among the top rock bars in Philly. Originally a hub for folk performers, it has now reverted to its rock days. The bar is spacious with pool tables and an additional balcony to hang out on, from which you get a view of the neighborhood.