McGillin’s Old Ale House
Philadelphia’s longest-operating tavern has been pouring beer since 1860. Despite its location, nearly hidden on a side street near City Hall, McGillin’s attracts crowds for pitchers and wings and more pitchers, plus a cozy atmosphere that’s even cozier during the winter holiday season.
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