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Mad River Manayunk
4100 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127
Mad River Manayunk is a bar and grill located at the corner of Shurs Lane and Main Street. This is a very largeMore establishment, featuring multiple rooms and bars, as well as an outside seating area. Guests can choose to relax at the bar or come with a large group and sit in the gargantuan booths. Mad River features 27-inch televisions at each booth, in addition to the massive amount hanging on the walls in the general standing area. Its menu includes a mix of American bar cuisine, which features its signature deep fried pretzel bites. Perhaps the most sought after aspect of this bar is its massive selection of NFL games on Sunday. Fans of all teams are encouraged to come out and support their team (but obviously this is a place where the Eagles are favorites).
Graham's Pub
8919 Ridge Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19128
Graham's Pub is a good old-fashioned hole in the wall complete with darts, pool table and bar food. As dimly lit as aMore bar should be, with the smell of beer on tap and roast beef sandwiches looming in the background, this bar is rumored to make a great sandwich and not overcharge for it. Want to have some people over to the house but its after hours for the state store? Graham's has take-out beer service as well. Cheers!
A.G. Jameson US Hotel Bar & Grill
4439 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127
The US Hotel Bar & Grill has been on Main Street longer than anyone can remember. Next door to the Post Office, thisMore small but inviting location has had multiple owners over the years. A.G Jameson is the current owner. He is proud to serve good meals and great drinks to the patrons of US Hotel Bar & Grill.
Union Jacks Pub Manayunk
4801 Umbria St, Philadelphia, PA 19127
Union Jacks can definitely be described as a "hole in the wall," and it is way "off the beaten path." However, thisMore bar is well worth the extra half-mile drive from Main Street. If you love buffalo wings, this is the place to go. The bar features an extensive beer selection, and the bartenders are friendly. The atmosphere is a happy medium between 'happening hot spot' and 'corner bar' -- it's not too loud, but you definitely won't feel lonely here, either.
Dwights Southern Bar-B-Que II
3734 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19140-3620
Scanlon's Saloon
4201 Manayunk Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19128
Want to get off the trendy Main Street path? Scanlon's Saloon is a great choice for food, drink and play any time ofMore day. With pool tables, neon lights, TVs and a sassy staff, Scanlon's offers a fun environment to catch a bite or watch the game. Don't arrive expecting high-class fusion fare, however: This is a bar with good old-fashioned Philadelphia bar food. But you can get breakfast sandwiches, lunch, dinner or late-night fillers.   Cheers!
Spanky's Bar and Grille
4630 Umbria St, Philadelphia, PA 19127
Spanky's is the perfect "hole in the wall," complete with locals, bar food, and a video game or two. The friendlyMore bartender knows everybody and will warmly welcome you to the "family."  Come to chill, or get rowdy watching a game with friends on one of the five big screen plasma TVs. Just off the beaten path of Main Street, Spanky's is a nice retreat. 
Jake's and Cooper's Wine Bar
4365 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127
Jake's and Cooper's is a great spot if you've got varying tastes. If you're looking for booths and a little more of anMore upscale menu, stay on the Jake's side of the restaurant. If you want more of a bar scene and cheaper options, cross through to Cooper's, where the gourmet pizza impresses the palate and the inexpensive red and white carafes are tasty. Lunch, dinner or late night, Jake's and Cooper's is a great Main Street choice.   
Derek's Restaurant
4411 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127
It's hard to decide what to order with a menu as succulent as Derek's. Gracing the Main Street scene since 2007, Derek'sMore has become a favorite for people from all over the city. With its many rooms, you can enter a lively bar with tall tables and TVs, a quiet booth for a conversation, an open room with seating for large groups or make your way upstairs to a regal whisky bar. Be sure to come hungry because you will definitely want to order more than one thing.
Cactus Southwestern Restaurant
4243 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127
Cactus Southwestern Restaurant provides a unique flare in comparison to other Main Street bars.  Its southwesternMore menu includes nachos, taquitos, fajitas and enchiladas.  Most guests will come to try the authentic margaritas, but others will simply enjoy the combination of an upscale experience with a casual attitude.  There is outdoor seating available, as well as a full-service bar and private upstairs lounge. 
T-Hogan Pub
5109 Rochelle Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19128
The T-Hogan Pub sits just across the street from the Wissahiccon train station. As a fun place to go after work or forMore dinner with the family, a round bar greets customers at the entrance. There are video games, darts and a pool table in the back. The staff is friendly and makes everyone feel like regulars even when visiting for the first time. The standard bar menu has something for everyone, ranging from mozzarella sticks and poppers, to cheesesteaks and wraps. Pizza and sandwiches are also available.  
Zesty's Restaurant with Munk & Nunn bar
4382 Main St, Philadelphia, PA 19127

Zesty's has long been a signature restaurant on Main Street. A Greek-based fine dining menu boasts entrees likeMore shrimp glyfada, yellow fin tuna, moussaka, and spanakopita. The atmosphere is warm and inviting and perfect for a date, family, friends or business clients. Service so friendly, you'll toast the chef and have a night to remember. 

Zesty's recently expanded and added an extensive upscale bar called Munk & Nunn.  Its booths are pews, and giant photographs of St. John's stained glass give it a lofty feel; making for a uniquely pleasing setting for drinks and lighter fare.   

Bottles, Packs and Growlers
E Cathedral Rd & Brierdale Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19128
Bottles, Packs and Growlers offers a diverse selection of craft and imported beers by the bottle, six pack and growler;More there is also a bar with 12 taps. Draft beer can be enjoyed either at the bar or in growler filled to go. Bottles, Packs and Growlers is located next door to Doc’s World of Beer, which is owned by the same people, where customers can pick up a case if they require more beer. The knowledgeable staff can guide you to finding the right beer from the store's selection of more than 300 bottles and cans.
Murphy's Tavern
5892 Henry Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19128
Though Murphy's might be called a hole in the wall, it happens to be a lot of fun, and to attract a loyal group ofMore happy-go-lucky regulars. It features big-screen TVs to watch the game on and a menu of standard bar food and a wide selection of beer. 
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