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Philadelphia has perhaps the richest industrial history of any U.S. city. Once nick- named the “Workshop of the World,” its factories produced everything from saws to hosiery to trolley cars. Of all these industries, brewing was one of the largest in scope, giving a name to an entire community: Brewerytown.


9 mins
to City Hall
9 mins
to Fairmount Park
7 mins
to Boathouse Row

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Food & Drink

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2637 Brew

Craft beer. Spectacular Food. Artisan Cocktails. Hip, casual, comfy, cozy. Exposed brick and Edison bulbs set the scene for a laid back neighborhood hangout in Brewerytown.


Quick-serve concept features made-to-order sandwiches & panini, 250+ beers & shuffleboard upstairs.

Primal Supply

Primal Supply is a woman-owned butchery that provides the highest-quality, local, sustainable meat to Philadelphians.

The Monkey and Elephant

This non-profit cafe not only sells coffee, baked goods and paninis, but also employs former foster youth.

Lucky Goat Coffee House

Quaint coffeehouse featuring classic & specialty espresso drinks, plus baked goods & soups.

Harper's Ice Cream

A small wholesale small batch ice cream company that sources its dairy from local grass fed farms.