Monday, November 16th, 2015

10 Places To Hold Your Office Party in Philadelphia

The holiday festivities are beginning and the office parties are beginning to form. But, where will your office party be held this year? This is an important question because it can either make or break your office party because as we all know, the beer, food, and liquor are very important ingredients to a good office party. So, we have gathered ten options for you to hold this year’s office holiday party!

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That festive time of year is approaching and office party plans are starting to form. Depending on your office, you might approach these gatherings with anticipation or dread — but either way, we’ve got you covered with a bar where you’re guaranteed good drinks and a great time. Check out 10 spots all over Philadelphia that cater to the love of beer, food, whiskey and fun.

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Brauhaus SchmitzThis German beer hall on South Street debuted a Brauer Bund room earlier this year, which expanded their space significantly. The separate area is great for hosting larger parties. It comes equipped with 10 taps featuring some of the best German beers to be found in the region, which pair well with Chef Jeremy Nolen’s new German cooking. Bonus: the staff is full of educational information on German cuisine and culture — who doesn’t want to learn more about German beer? (718 South St.; 267-909-8814)

Percy St BBQ: A few blocks up from Brauhaus you’ll find good ol’ American BBQ. This Cook + Solo spot specializes in Texas-style BBQ and has one of the largest beer can selections in the country. No need to worry about vegetarians in your group, chef Erin O’Shea has options for them, too. Featuring a private room for events that can seat large parties, the wide brew and whiskey selection and easy-eating food make Percy Street a no-brainer for hosting an event (900 South St.; 215-625-8510).

Pub & Kitchen: Over on Lombard Street, P&K has a great upstairs space equipped with its own bar and tap system for private events. If the people in your party are foodies, they’re sure to appreciate chef Jonathan Adams’ cuisine paired with some great craft beer and an excellent whiskey selection (1946 Lombard St.; 215-545-0350).

Tir Na Nog: You can’t go wrong with this Irish pub; the space is perfect for corporate parties. Several different private areas can accommodate almost any size party, plus you’ll find a great menu of bar snacks sure to be crowd pleasers (1600 Arch St.; 267-514-1700).

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