Chill out in the bars and pubs of Philadelphia
Philadelphia is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It is also the county seat of Philadelphia County, with which it is coterminous. It is situated in the Northeastern United States. Flights to Philadelphia will leave you to explore the glamorous nightlife of the city.
Among the many venues you should check out 10 Arts Lounge. It is the ultimate place for those who are art-lovers. You will be amazed by the striking décor of the place. This lounge, formerly known as the Rotunda, serves unforgettable noshes from Eric Ripert’s menu. It is a family gathering spot by day, but dramatically changes to post business dinner night spot late at night. Hop onto one of the cheap international flights and bask in the art deco of the place.
Take any of the cheap flights to Philadelphia and have a night-out at Amada. The place is so popular that if you somehow score a bar stool at this Old City Spanish restaurant, consider yourself lucky. It is a great spot to bunker down and get tipsy on fruit-filled sangria, while nibbling the jamón (ham) and Manchego that slide off the antique slicer. You will have the most amazing meals here.
Another notable place to be seen in is Bar Ferdinand. This Northern Liberties bar became an instant success when it opened in 2006, serving tapas, Alhambra beer and homemade sangria in a rustic gold-and-wood setting. You will be amid an artsy and stylish crowd here, the kind that could live just on the bars inexpensive wine specials and tiny Spanish platters of smoked fish, cured ham and spiced almonds. The list of wines is purely Spanish. The menu is served till an hour after midnight.
Cheap tickets to Philadelphia will take you to Brasil’s. It has a compact, classy dance floor upstairs, which is the best place in Old City to show off, or learn, some pretty amazing salsa moves. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday are the popular days for hordes of locals to hit the floor hard. It was the first venue in town which served refreshing and sweet mojitos and caipirinhas. Free salsa lessons can be taken thrice a week. Beneath this club, there is the more subdued Club Heat which offers drink specials for those who don’t dance.
Book your airline tickets and get ready to have an amazing time in Bridget Foy’s. This classy bar and restaurant has been serving top-shelf martinis and bottles of beer, spicy Buffalo wings, and straightforward filet Mignon to South Street neighbors for quite some time now. There is plenty of company to keep you entertained here.