If you want to watch the Eagles or the Sixers or even the Philadelphia Soul, you can pretty much walk into any bar with a working TV and find them on it. But if you’re a soccer fan, your choices are a lot more limited. There are, however, a few places around the city that play the matches - and the best of them is Fado. Unlike most other soccer bars, Fado doesn’t play favorites on which matches they show, and they’re usually showing multiple at a time. You can also download their entire viewing schedule on their website so you don’t have to wonder what you’re about to walk into.
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Barbuzzo Mediterranean Kitchen & Bar
Barbuzzo is a great place to escape Center City for a low-key date, or any other time you want some charcuterie and pasta.
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Independence Beer Garden
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La Peg is an American pub set inside the Fringe Arts building that turns into a huge beer garden during the summer.
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Gojjo Ethiopian Bar & Restaurant
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City Tap House
City Tap House in University City is a bar and pizza place that’s great for groups and popular with students.
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