Philly's Chinatown Bars & Nightlife Guide

Philly's Chinatown Bars & Nightlife Guide

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Philly's Chinatown Stretching from Vine St. on the north and Arch St. on the south, and from 8th St. on the east and and 11th St. on the west, the neighborhood is packed end to end with restaurants and Bars that represent Hong Kong, Cantonese, Fujianese, Northern Sichuan and Taiwanese cultures, with a sprinkling of Korean, Thai, Malaysian, Burmese, Vietnamese and hipster thrown in for good measure. Below are a few of the best drinking and nightlife located in the historic Chinatown District. Philly's Chinatown Stretching from Vine St. on the north and Arch St. on the south, and from 8th St. on the east and and 11th St. on the west, the neighborhood is packed end to end with restaurants and Bars that represent Hong Kong, Cantonese, Fujianese, Northern Sichuan and Taiwanese cultures, with a sprinkling of Korean, Thai, Malaysian, Burmese, Vietnamese and hipster thrown in for good measure. Below are a few of the best drinking and nightlife located in the historic Chinatown District. See more... Chinatown Philadelphia

 

Bars & Nightlife:

  • Bar.Ly – Forget flaming cocktails with colorful names—Chinatown is becoming a destination for serious beer and cocktail enthusiasts. With 60 beers on tap and a menu of global eats like cheesesteak spring rolls, Korean bulgogi sandwiches and kimchi pizza, this sports bar/gastropub is part of the neighborhood’s new generation. 101 N. 11th Street, (215) 922-2688, bar-ly.com
  • Hop Sing Laundromat – Those in the know have caught on to the mysterious Lê and his bartending prowess. Chinatown’s quirky answer to a speakeasy hand-cracks its ice, freshly squeezes its fruit juice per order and serves only exquisitely crafted cocktails. 1029 Race Street, hopsinglaundromat.com
  • Tango – Dinner and entertainment meet at this neon-lit combination noodle joint and karaoke bar. The menu features a wide range of Yakitori skewers, tempura rice bowls and luxe private singing suites. 1021 Arch Street, (215) 925-8100, tangophilly.com
  • The Trocadero – The ever-versatile former burlesque theater gives fans the chance to attend shows both large and small—whether it’s international bands, hip-hop artists, indie rockers or the campy Movie Monday series. 1003 Arch Street, (215) 922-6888, thetroc.com
  • Yakitori Boy – At this hotspot, the night starts with Yakitori, sushi or sake bombs and ends with karaoke. Those too shy for the crowd can show off their musical stylings to friends in one of the coveted private lounges. 211 N. 11th Street, (215) 923-8088, yakitoriboy.com

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