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The 10 Best Bars In Queen Village, Philadelphia

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©Katie Inglis/Flickr
Tucked into the tree-lined streets of the residential Queen Village are some hidden gems perfect for quiet evenings drinking craft brews or cocktails. You’ll find expertly-crafted cocktails and both European and domestic drafts available in full. Read ahead for our guide to the best bars in Queen Village, Philadelphia.
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Ela

Ela offers an astounding and inventive cocktail menu that will make you think of it as one of the finer drinking establishments in the city. Their list includes expertly-crafted concoctions from their green river with rum and smoked pineapple and their ‘bad moon rising’ cocktail with red wine, cranberry and spices and oranges. You can also find a small batch of classic cocktails on the menu as well and if you’re not in the mood for hard liquor, try their draft list with classy domestics or international bottles and cans for $5-$10. Plus, their food is phenomenal.
Address & phone number: 627 S 3rd St Philadelphia, PA 19147 267-687-8512

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©Sisters Dissonance Ady/Shan’s Photostream

The Good King Tavern

The Good King Tavern has a mix of quirky-chic style with chalkboards and yellow, rustic wood paneling mixed with French glamour. At this local neighborhood hangout, patrons can find two house cocktails and seven classic cocktails listed, ranging in price from $10-$13. The drinks range from tart and strong to tangy sweetness, and are served in generous pours.

Price: Mid-Range
Hours: Monday-Friday 5PM-2AM, Saturday-Sunday 11AM-2AM
Watch out for: Cocktail list
Address & phone number: 614 S 7th St Philadelphia, PA 19147 215-625-3700

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