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Rivals Sports Bar & Restaurant

5 Lehn's Court,, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania United States

610-392-2932

Rivals Sports Bar & Restaurant is located on the circle in Downtown Easton, PA within short walking distance of the Crayola Factory and the Easton State Theatre. [more]

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Misconduct Tavern

1511 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States

215-732-5797

Misconduct Tavern is located at 1511 Locust Street, between Rittenhouse Square and the Avenue of the Arts. It has been in the hands of its current owners, Chris Markham and Chuck Ercole since March, 2007. Misconduct is the perfect place to drink craft beer and enjoy incredibly fresh, upscale pub fare while taking in a sporting event. We feature [more]

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Battleship New Jersey

62 Battleship Place (Camden Waterfront), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States

866-877-6262

America's most decorated Battleship is now the area's most exciting museum, open for tours, events and overnight encampments. Exploring BB62 is experiencing history in a whole new way. Not only do you see exhibits of artifacts from the ships past, but you are put into the exhibit as you go through the tour route. Sit in the chair from which [more]

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Tavern on Camac

243 S. Camac Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Old City) United States

215-545-0900

One of the oldest gay and lesbian bars in the country. We feature a superb restaurant, a lively piano bar and an exciting new dance bar. We are located in the heart of historic Center City Philadelphia. [more]

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Johnny Brendas

1201 N. Frankford Ave, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania United States

215-739-9684

Johnny Brendas is a bar, restaurant, and music venue located in the Fishtown section of Philadelphia. The building dates from the late 19th century, and while the performance space has been completely redesigned, it maintains the feel of an elegant, iconic historical social hall with design elements reminiscent of a turn of the century burlesque [more]