Philly's MilkBoy on South Street

South Street’s newest bar and restaurant begun as a MilkBoy recording studio. Owners Jamie Lokoff and Tommy Joyner opened in Olney and then moved to Ardmore, opening MilkBoy Coffee around the corner as a quaint coffee shop and music venue. Then it was off to midtown Philadelphia for bigger and better space with a liquor license too. Fast forward to August 2, 2016 with the opening of Milkboy South Street. Formerly Lickety Split and after Bar Rescue’s Jon Taffer a bi-level concept: Alleged Pizza on the bottom, 2nd State Lounge on top; which didn’t last long.South Street’s newest bar and restaurant begun as a MilkBoy recording studio. Owners Jamie Lokoff and Tommy Joyner opened in Olney and then moved to Ardmore, opening MilkBoy Coffee around the corner as a quaint coffee shop and music venue. Then it was off to midtown Philadelphia for bigger and better space with a liquor license too. Fast forward to August 2, 2016 with the opening of Milkboy South Street. Formerly Lickety Split and after Bar Rescue’s Jon Taffer a bi-level concept: Alleged Pizza on the bottom, 2nd State Lounge on top; which didn’t last long.

Jon’s Bar & Grill South Street -The Birthplace of Larry Fine

PhillyBite10Philadelphia South Street - Jon’s Bar & Grill, the actual birthplace of Larry Fine, one of The Three Stoogies, Jon’s has 10 big-screen sets, 20 beers on tap and daily and game-time drink specials. A not-so-subtle mural overlooking the outdoor patio pays homage to the smartest Stooge. 300 South Street, (215) 592-1390, jonsbarandgrille.com

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