Posted by Foobooz on November 14th, 2012
The Dark Horse at Headhouse Square has new owners and a blast from the past back in the kitchen. The bi-level bar is now owned by he team behind the Cavanaugh’s stable of bars. Owners Patrick Pawliczek and Ken Hutchings have brought a familiar name back to the kitchen. Ben McNamara, who has been doing gastropub since before that unfortunate name stuck, is the chef at Cavanaugh’s Headhouse Square. McNamara has been the chef at the New Wave Cafe, Saint Stephens Green and Philadelphia Bar and Restaurant. This will be his second tour of the kitchen in the Dark Horse/Dickens Inn space.
Another connection to the space’s past will be Jim Crowley. The longtime bartender will still be at the helm of the downstairs bar.
But will there be European sports? »
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Posted by Foobooz on June 8th, 2006
- Barristers - Watch the action on five plasmas and gulp down $3 Beck’s & Beck’s Light.
- Black Sheep Pub – The Black Sheep will be offering discounted pints during all games.
- Dark Horse – The Dark Horse is always filled with soccer fans for the World Cup, but arrive early if you expect a seat. Especially for England’s games.
- Fado – During all games, $13 buys two 20oz pints Bass, Boddingtons, or Stella Artois, plus any a sandwich
- Ludwig’s Garten – Where better to cheer on Germany than in Philadelphia’s authentic German bar.
- O’neals – Always a hot spot to watch a game, never a cover.
All that beer drinking sound too tempting as you duck out for lunch? Then how about Upstairs at DiBruno Bros. where they’re offering high-def TVs and all of the games.
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