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The best bars of the Philadelphia Hotel
Chef Jean-Georges Fongeriten, marked by Michelin star JG SkyHigh The living room has mirrored ceilings and 40-foot-tall glass walls with panoramic views from the 60th floor of the tallest building in the city. Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia in Comcast Centerwho was awarded first AAA Five Diamond Hotel designation.
An ultra-chic place on the ninth floor Logan, Prefabricated living room on the roof allows Views worthy of Insta Logan Square and Benjamin Franklin Boulevard. There are seasonal cocktails, modern small plates, comfortable seats and cozy fireplaces.
For a chic mood drink in XIX bar on the 19th floor of Hotel Bellevue – one of Historic Philadelphia hotels. Drink one of the bar’s 19 signature cocktails – including Clover Club, named after the men’s club that gathered at the hotel before the ban – or craft brags while relaxing in a leather banquet, admiring local artwork on the walls of this majestic space. The bar, adjacent to Restaurant XIX, offers a New American menu, snacks and cheese bar. Make room on the outdoor terrace to open a beautiful view of the city.
For a more intimate experience, head to the cozy cocktail bottle located inside Rittenhousenamed one of the best hotels in the world in 2020 by Condé Nast Traveler readers. Library bar The décor reflects its name with elegant furniture, dark wood accents, a limestone fireplace – and a selection of books on built-in shelves. In addition to the chef’s small menu Lacroix The restaurant, bar also offers a 17-page beverage menu with a fine selection of fine wines, craft beers and craft cocktails.
The first micro-hotel in Philadelphia, The motto of the Hilton Philadelphia Rittenhouse Squareoffers several different foods and beverages. Candace, on the ground floor, there are cocktails based on mezcal and tequila. The Condesa Takeria, El Techo, occupies the 11th floor with a retractable glass roof, which offers amazing views of the horizon all year round.
Head to Keating’s rope and anchor, bar and kitchen for an unrivaled view of the Delaware waterfront. Located in the village Hilton Philadelphia at Penn’s Landing, an outdoor patio is perfect for enjoying a handmade cocktail on a sunny day. Specializing in seafood dishes, Keating’s also offers a rich beer and wine crust in a marine setting.
To get a great view of the city center, grab a table on the balcony Attica on the top floor of the Cumbria Hotel Philadelphia downtown. The large indoor and outdoor dining area serves modern Mediterranean and American cuisine, as well as a rich menu of classy and modern craft cocktails. Don’t forget to also check out the highs and bass on the second floor. This music-themed bar has lighting and furniture tools.
The art of food and drink lies at the heart of this party on the ground floor Sonesta Hotel Philadelphia. Stylish caps are complemented by a a wonderful collection of arts supervised in partnership with the Center for New Visual Artists. Enjoy an extensive list of local and domestic varieties, fine wines and spirits. ARTBAR Handmade branded cocktails, rich in art, include “Warhol’s Wild Raspberries”. Dining al fresco on 18th Street is a great place for people watching.
City but neighborhood bar, Red Owl Tavern y Hotel Monaco attracts locals and guests with its smart menu, which presents American products with a modern twist. The bar has also created fans thanks to its signature cocktails and a selection of craft beers. Approach the hotel Stratus Rooftop Loungean exquisite night spot that stunning craft cocktails and serves seasonal plates to a stylish crowd.
Panoramalocated inside Penn’s View Hotel in the Old Town, offers more than 150 wines by the glass and is the largest WineKeeper in the world – as certified in the Guinness Book of Records. The restaurant fills the charm of the old world with modern and contemporary elements a few steps from historical sites such as the Elfret Alley, the Betsy Ross House and the Church of Christ.
StubbornAmerican Brasserie, located within Canopy by Hilton Philadelphia Center Cityin partnership with a local small-scale distillery Monotony still works create an exclusive branded blended gin called The Wayward American Gin. With hints of lavender and citrus, the unique blend is limited to 100 bottles and is not available for retail purchase, except for a few smaller bottles that can be purchased by guests at the Canopy by Hilton Philadelphia Center City. To experience the taste of a special spirit, drink craft cocktails at The Wayward in Center City or at the Manatawny Still Works tasting rooms located in Potstown and Passoon while stocks last.
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Cover photo: Assembly Rooftop Lounge. Photo by S. Spitzer for PHLCVB.