1338 South 10th Street Philadelphia, PA 19147
This tavern, founded in 1933 by Antonio Patrone, was one of the genuine South Philly places, a casual hangout for cops and crooks alike, as well as the occasional Fabian and Frankie Avalon sighting. It was renowned as much for its “mussels red,” which the kitchen dispensed through the back door on Sundays to locals with buckets, as for the colorful performers who defined its heyday in the ’70s and ’80s. Senior citizen crooner Dusty Gale, “the singing cabdriver,” was known to take his teeth out before his bawdy striptease covers of Madonna or Springsteen before an adoring crowd.
Serving South Philadelphia favorites with a large selection of vegetarian and vegan options.
Kitchen is open until 1 am every night.
Happy Hour is 4-6 pm Monday through Friday!
- Website: http://www.triangletavernphilly.com/