Philly: Getting Tipsy Just Got Easier
Finding your way to the next bar on a bar-hopping venture through any city can get difficult after a few drinks. But the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation just made our tipsy lives a little easier.
Introducing Philly’s BYOB interactive map, a Google map detailing 130 of the city’s more than 200 BYOBs (bring-your-own-bottle restaurants). Just select a neighborhood, click on a bottle, and an information bubble pops up that details basic restaurant info as well as the location of the nearest liquor store.
In the Fairmount/Art Museum Area, for example, Figs (2501 Meredith Street; 215-978-8440) appears with the following blurb: “Chef/owner Mustapha Rouissiya’s global cuisine and quaint dining room are dressed up with authentic Moroccan accents. Mediterranean, Moroccan. Cash only. Reservations accepted [Nearest Liquor Store: 1935 Fairmount Avenue].” After picking which restaurants you’d like to try during your Philly visit, you can send the information right to your phone.
If you ask IT, you’d think Philly wants us to get drunk!
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