Midtown Village Pub Crawl
McGillins Old Ale House

1310 Drury Street | Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-735-5562
mcgillins.com

McGillin's Olde Ale House threw open its doors the year Lincoln was elected president. That's shortly after the Liberty Bell cracked and long before ground was broken for Philadelphia City Hall. The beer taps have been flowing since 1860 – making it the oldest continuously operating tavern in Philadelphia. It has outlasted Strawbridge's, the Civil War and even Prohibition.

What's the secret? McGillin's has become just like the fictional "Cheers" – with camaraderie, good food at a reasonable price, and a great selection of local and regional beers on tap.

Fun Facts:
Originally called The Bell in Hand, the tavern opened 153 years ago inside a small row house. The laborers who frequented the place just called it McGillin's after William McGillin, the Irish immigrant who owned the bar and raised his 13 children upstairs. The nickname stuck and the tavern grew to encompass the oyster house next door, the back alley/washroom and the McGillin's house. On August 31, 1901, "Pa" McGillin died and "Ma" McGillin took over running the restaurant. No pushover, "Ma" had a list of troublemakers who weren't allowed into McGillin's. The list read like a social registry, including some of the most prominent citizens of the day. McGillin's survived Prohibition and Ma ran it until her death in 1937 at the age of 90. The McGillin's daughter, Mercedes McGillin Hooper, who grew up above the tavern, sold it in 1958 to brothers and experienced barkeeps, Henry Spaniak and Joe Shepaniak. (That's not a mistake, the brothers actually spelled their name differently.) Keeping it in the family, Henry's daughter, Mary Ellen Spaniak Mullins, and her husband, Chris Mullins, have run the restaurant since 1993. Mary Ellen and Chris' son, Christopher, Jr. (Henry's grandson), recently joined the business.

Big Red Pedal Tours Guest Specials:
$3.00 pints of McGillin's Ale
$3.00 pints of McGillin's Lager
$3.00 KamiKaze
$3.00 SoCo-Lime Shots
$4.00 Fireball shots
$5.00 glasses of wine
$7.00 pitchers of PBR
$8.00 pitchers of Bud Light
 
Hot Toddy Crawl Specials:
The Drury Sleigh Ride - $5.00
Old City Pub Crawl
Las Vegas Lounge

704 Chestnut Street | Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-592-9533
www.lasvegaslounge.com

Las Vegas Lounge is Philadelphia's favorite neighborhood bar in Center City. We are located just minutes from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, a short distance from the Philadelphia Convention Center, Center City Hotels, Old City and Rittenhouse Square.

We opened in 2001 and began serving giant 20oz draft beers and offer a great selection of seasonal craft beers. We also feature a signature cocktail menu as well as great martinis, wine and bottled beer choices. Our awesome daily drink specials run all day. Service industry workers or anyone who likes a great deal should check out our Late Night Happy Hour!

Our tasty food menu features hand-formed burgers, savory sandwiches, crispy jumbo chicken wings, and vegetarian food options.

Stop in and enjoy our casual environment and meet our friendly staff. Challenge your friends to a game on our pool tables or just relax and listen to your favorite songs on our digital Juke Box.

Come in once and you'll become a regular too. Vegas Baby, Vegas!!!

Here are the specials that we are offering:
$3.50 Yuengling & Miller Lite 20oz Drafts
$5.00 Well Mixed Drinks
$5.00 Fireball Shots
$5.00 House Wines
JJ Bootleggers

35 South 2nd Street | Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-923-3300
jjbootleggers.com

JJ Bootleggers is one of Pennsylvania's first moonshine-themed restaurants located in our country's birthplace, Philadelphia. The bar offers a great selection of libations, but we like to focus on moonshine flights and our moonshine signature cocktails. We did not forget about the beer lovers, as we offer 10 rotating drafts and a wide selection of canned and bottled beers.

Our food menu was created to offer some of your favorite comfort foods with an optional moonshine twist. The menu and atmosphere are perfect for a nice dinner or for partying with a group of friends and choosing several different small bites to sample and share.

Moonshine – hooch, white lightning, mountain dew, XXX – is an un-aged, colorless spirit made from cornmeal, yeast, sugar, water and malt. The term moonshine comes from the fact that distilling illegal liquor was done underground or in the "moonlight."

Fun Fact:
Bootlegging originated during the American Civil War, when soldiers would sneak liquor into the army camps by concealing bottles in their boots. During the prohibition era of the 1920s, bootleggers delivered illegal shine from state to state.

Some moonshine is now legal to produce and is rocketing into popularity. Today's white lightning and flavored 'shines are used in our recipes to create outstanding signature cocktails.

Big Red Pedal Tours Guest Specials:
$1 off any craft draft beer
$2 off moonshine specialty drinks
$6 Rum Runners
$6 White Lightnin' boneless wings (served in a to-go container)
South Street Pub Crawl
Manny Brown's Grill

512 South Street | Philadelphia, PA 19147
215-627-7427
Manny Brown's Facebook Page

Manny Brown’s has long been the pregame spot for so many music fans looking to get ready for a show at the TLA or trying to eat some succulent ribs. An institution on South Street, the pub features an amazing craft beer selection, hip décor and live music right in the front window most nights.

The crowd is always friendly, the music so well selected and the TV’s are always playing the "big game". It’s a great example of great watering hole in the City of Brotherly Love.

Big Red Pedal Tours Guest Specials:
$1 off all draft beers
$1 off all bottled beers
$1 off all well drinks

Paddy Whacks

150 South Street | Philadelphia, PA 19147
215-464-7544
www.paddywhackspub.com

Paddy Whacks aims to serve the social dining and entertainment needs of all members of the community young and old. It is a place to meet, laugh, hear music, relax or dance the night away. Paddy Whacks has a culture of its own, integrating the rich traditions of a pub into the heart of the community.

Open since December 2007, Paddy Whacks is South Street's favorite Irish Sports Pub. The laid-back neighborhood spot is popular for casual meals, happy hour specials and late-night fun. During football season, crowds line up along the bar to watch one of their HDTVs. On Fridays and Saturdays, their house DJ spins all of your party music. Local bands take the stage all weekend long during happy hour.

Their menu includes Irish favorites like Shepherd's pie and fish and chips, plus wings, pizza and other pub fare. The daily lunch special is a local favorite. Paddy Whacks is available for private parties and charity events. The private events space holds up to 200 people comfortably and they have a variety of food and drink packages to accommodate your needs.

Big Red Pedal Tours Guest Specials:
$6 Bud Light Pitchers
$5 House Wines
$4 Guinness & Crafts
$3 Domestic Pints
Las Vegas Lounge

704 Chestnut Street | Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-592-9533
www.lasvegaslounge.com

Las Vegas Lounge is Philadelphia's favorite neighborhood bar in Center City. We are located just minutes from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, a short distance from the Philadelphia Convention Center, Center City Hotels, Old City and Rittenhouse Square.

We opened in 2001 and began serving giant 20oz draft beers and offer a great selection of seasonal craft beers. We also feature a signature cocktail menu as well as great martinis, wine and bottled beer choices. Our awesome daily drink specials run all day. Service industry workers or anyone who likes a great deal should check out our Late Night Happy Hour!

Our tasty food menu features hand-formed burgers, savory sandwiches, crispy jumbo chicken wings, and vegetarian food options.

Stop in and enjoy our casual environment and meet our friendly staff. Challenge your friends to a game on our pool tables or just relax and listen to your favorite songs on our digital Juke Box.

Come in once and you'll become a regular too. Vegas Baby, Vegas!!!

Here are the specials that we are offering:
$3.50 Yuengling & Miller Lite 20oz Drafts
$5.00 Well Mixed Drinks
$5.00 Fireball Shots
$5.00 House Wines
History & Beer Adventure
McGillin's Old Ale House

1310 Drury Street | Philadelphia, PA 19107
215-735-5562
www.mcgillins.com

McGillin's Olde Ale House threw open its doors the year Lincoln was elected president. That's shortly after the Liberty Bell cracked and long before ground was broken for Philadelphia City Hall. The beer taps have been flowing since 1860 – making it the oldest continuously operating tavern in Philadelphia. It has outlasted Strawbridge's, the Civil War and even Prohibition.

What's the secret? McGillin's has become just like the fictional "Cheers" – with camaraderie, good food at a reasonable price, and a great selection of local and regional beers on tap.

Fun Facts:
Originally called The Bell in Hand, the tavern opened 153 years ago inside a small row house. The laborers who frequented the place just called it McGillin's after William McGillin, the Irish immigrant who owned the bar and raised his 13 children upstairs. The nickname stuck and the tavern grew to encompass the oyster house next door, the back alley/washroom and the McGillin's house. On August 31, 1901, "Pa" McGillin died and "Ma" McGillin took over running the restaurant. No pushover, "Ma" had a list of troublemakers who weren't allowed into McGillin's. The list read like a social registry, including some of the most prominent citizens of the day. McGillin's survived Prohibition and Ma ran it until her death in 1937 at the age of 90. The McGillin's daughter, Mercedes McGillin Hooper, who grew up above the tavern, sold it in 1958 to brothers and experienced barkeeps, Henry Spaniak and Joe Shepaniak. (That's not a mistake, the brothers actually spelled their name differently.) Keeping it in the family, Henry's daughter, Mary Ellen Spaniak Mullins, and her husband, Chris Mullins, have run the restaurant since 1993. Mary Ellen and Chris' son, Christopher, Jr. (Henry's grandson), recently joined the business.

Big Red Pedal Tours Guest Specials:
$3.00 pints of McGillin's Ale
$3.00 pints of McGillin's Lager
$3.00 KamiKaze
$3.00 SoCo-Lime Shots
$4.00 Fireball shots
$5.00 glasses of wine
$7.00 pitchers of PBR
$8.00 pitchers of Bud Light
 
Hot Toddy Crawl Specials:
The Drury Sleigh Ride - $5.00
Non-Pub Pub Crawl
Las Vegas Lounge

704 Chestnut Street | Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-592-9533
www.lasvegaslounge.com

Las Vegas Lounge is Philadelphia's favorite neighborhood bar in Center City. We are located just minutes from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, a short distance from the Philadelphia Convention Center, Center City Hotels, Old City and Rittenhouse Square.

We opened in 2001 and began serving giant 20oz draft beers and offer a great selection of seasonal craft beers. We also feature a signature cocktail menu as well as great martinis, wine and bottled beer choices. Our awesome daily drink specials run all day. Service industry workers or anyone who likes a great deal should check out our Late Night Happy Hour!

Our tasty food menu features hand-formed burgers, savory sandwiches, crispy jumbo chicken wings, and vegetarian food options.

Stop in and enjoy our casual environment and meet our friendly staff. Challenge your friends to a game on our pool tables or just relax and listen to your favorite songs on our digital Juke Box.

Come in once and you'll become a regular too. Vegas Baby, Vegas!!!

Here are the specials that we are offering:
$3.50 Yuengling & Miller Lite 20oz Drafts
$5.00 Well Mixed Drinks
$5.00 Fireball Shots
$5.00 House Wines
JJ Bootleggers

35 South 2nd Street | Philadelphia, PA 19106
215-923-3300
jjbootleggers.com

JJ Bootleggers is one of Pennsylvania's first moonshine-themed restaurants located in our country's birthplace, Philadelphia. The bar offers a great selection of libations, but we like to focus on moonshine flights and our moonshine signature cocktails. We did not forget about the beer lovers, as we offer 10 rotating drafts and a wide selection of canned and bottled beers.

Our food menu was created to offer some of your favorite comfort foods with an optional moonshine twist. The menu and atmosphere are perfect for a nice dinner or for partying with a group of friends and choosing several different small bites to sample and share.

Moonshine – hooch, white lightning, mountain dew, XXX – is an un-aged, colorless spirit made from cornmeal, yeast, sugar, water and malt. The term moonshine comes from the fact that distilling illegal liquor was done underground or in the "moonlight."

Fun Fact:
Bootlegging originated during the American Civil War, when soldiers would sneak liquor into the army camps by concealing bottles in their boots. During the prohibition era of the 1920s, bootleggers delivered illegal shine from state to state.

Some moonshine is now legal to produce and is rocketing into popularity. Today's white lightning and flavored 'shines are used in our recipes to create outstanding signature cocktails.

Big Red Pedal Tours Guest Specials:
$1 off any craft draft beer
$2 off moonshine specialty drinks
$6 Rum Runners
$6 White Lightnin' boneless wings (served in a to-go container)