Philadelphia Neighborhoods To Visit This Fall

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Most people in the Mid-Atlantic have found a reason to get to Philadelphia at least a few times, whether it’s a concert, a game, a show or just the effervescent nightlife. For those in and outside of the borders, there are a variety of neighborhoods and options for a night out on the town. While everyone knows about Center City, here are a few other neighborhoods with tantalizing options.

Old City- Between the Delaware and 4th from Spring Garden to Walnut lies a historical area that holds options for activities day and night. The National Constitution Center, Independence Hall, The Liberty Bell and The Ben Franklin Museum border the area for educational value. Towards the interior, National Mechanics, Amada, Buddakan, City Tavern and Zahav lend the neighborhood a distinguished but lively presence for drinks and cuisine.

Holme Circle/ Torresdale- Far flung from the hustle and bustle of downtown, this quaint Northeast neighborhood offers a reprieve from the population density of other areas. The jewel of the neighborhood is restaurant industry darling, The Blue Duck. The Duck’s hallmark features include nightly specials and American fusion dishes that established eateries would never dare attempt. East of the restaurant lies competitor, Three Monkeys Cafe and upscale watering hole, Maggie’s Waterfront Cafe.

Chinatown- Bordered to the north by Vine Street, to the South by Arch between Broad and 7th is one of Philadelphia’s most celebrated ethnic centers. Bursting with culinary options for any meal, Ocean Harbor is a local favorite from brunch-time Dim Sum. At nighttime Bar-Ly is a sports bar that offers unique Asian-American pub fare, but the true nightlife attraction is Yakitori Boy, a Japanese karaoke bar unlike any other destination in the city.

Manayunk- East of the Schuylkill, north of the main line and west of the city lies one of the more up-and-coming areas of the city. With well-populated bars like Mad River and Manayunk Brewery, the area attracts a slightly younger crowd than most other neighborhoods. While the drinking options are plentiful it’s difficult to walk a single block along main street without bumping into a unique dining option like Anastasi or Union Taco.

With so many areas to visit, this fall is the perfect time to enlist luxury transportation to explore the nightlife of Philadelphia. To learn more about how to schedule your limo for the night or our airport car service to Newark, NJ, visit