Philly's St. Patrick Day List of Alternatives to Green Beer Locations

Philly's St. Patrick Day List of Alternatives to Green Beer Locations

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Philadelphia, PA - PhillyBite's:of some with these themed cocktails from some pretty killer bartenders at great Center City places.Philadelphia, PA - PhillyBite - St. Pat's Day list of some with these themed cocktails from some pretty killer bartenders at great Center City places.

Ocean Prime  - Philadelphians looking for an upscale alternative on St. Patrick’s Day should head to Ocean Prime, one of Center City’s most gorgeous seafood and steakhouses, and toast to the holiday with a Whiskey Clover ($12) — Gentleman Jack Whiskey, Hennessy VS, Honey Water, hand-squeezed lemon and orange. The cocktail will be featured during Happy Hour this St. Patrick’s Day on Friday.

124 S 15th St. | 215.563.0163 | https://www.ocean-prime.com/locations-menus/philadelphia

Square 1682  - Rittenhouse’s Square 1682 is paying tribute to the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day with their food and booze specials.

For the perfect St. Patty’s Day pairing, guests can enjoy Chef Bobby Surdam’s Guinness-glazed chicken wings (6 for $9 and 12 for $16) with Lead Bartender Kulisek’s specialty craft cocktail, The Quiet Man ($12) — Art in the Age Sweet Potato, Jameson Caskmates, honey and lemon.

Guinness specials will be available all day to pair or enjoy on their own at the Rittenhouse House bar and restaurant adjacent to Hotel Palomar.

Additionally, Square 1682 will offer a detox/retox special all weekend with a fresh Bring Green raw juice spiked with booze for just an additional buck!
121 S 17th St | 215.563.5008 | www.square1682.com

Red Owl Tavern - At Red Owl Tavern on Independence Mall, uber-talented Lead Bartender Kyle Darrow gives nod to the holiday with his Irish Palm — shaken with Lemongrass Vodka, Midori, coconut milk, and finished with a Sumac mist. $12 and offered all weekend. {Photo below}

Additionally, Red Owl — boasting one of the city’s largest selection of brown spirits — will offer flights of Irish Whiskey {3} served with a side jar of pickled cabbage.

After St. Patrick’s Day, Darrow will continue the program with one featured whiskey every week, served with a paired pickled vegetable.
[Photo below]

433 Chestnut St. | 215.923.2267 | www.redowltavern.com

Bluebird Distilling - Bluebird Distilling is not only one of the region’s best craft distilleries. It’s also a serious craft cocktail bar in it’s own right.
Head up to the stylish and uber-hip Phoenixville cocktail bar at the distillery this St. Pat’s.
Wheat Whiskey replaces bourbon in a minty fresh St. Patty’s cocktail, Thin Mint Julep — a delicious Irish twist on a Southern classic.

Thin Mint Julep $13
2 oz. Bluebird Wheat Whiskey
.75 oz. Fresh Mint Rick Simple Syrup (2:1) sugar to water
4 dashes Fee Brothers Aztec Chocolate Bitters
Serve with Fresh Mint Sprigs over Crushed Ice in a Julep Cup.

100 Bridge St., Phoenixville | 610.933.7827 | www.bluebirddistilling.com

Bluestone Lane Coffee House - Bluestone Lane’s Matcha Latte – Made with ceremony grade matcha powder and almond milk, Bluestone Lane’s Matcha Latte is a guilt-free, healthy alternative to coffee. Bonus – it’s the perfect shade of green to get you into the St. Patty’s Day spirit. Can be found at both BSL’s Rittenhouse Square and City Hall locations.

Art Bar Sonesta - The Shamrock Shaker at Art Bar at Sonesta Philadelphia Downtown Rittenhouse Square – This green-hued martini mixes together vodka, Midori, ginger syrup and lemon juice.

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