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It's this simple: For the non-football fan in Philadelphia, the season can be flat-out unbearable. Here's some places to go when you want/need to avoid mouth-breathing NFL fans who are too damned stupid to know that they're being played by billionaires.

Fergie's Pub

A True Irish Pub serving Irish Classics

Tria (Various locations)

Tria is Philadelphia's bar-cafe that celebrates the fermentation trio of wine, cheese and beer.

Standard Tap

January 20th, 2011 When Standard Tap opened its doors in December 1999, our goal was simple: to create a neighborhood tavern that featured great beer and wholesome food. With that in mind, we offer a draft-only beer selection that highlights the vast array of styles crafted by breweries located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.

Dive Bar

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Oyster House

Oyster House. Philadelphia seafood restaurant and bar. 1516 Sansom Street. (215)567-7683

Bardot Cafe

Bardot Cafe. 127 likes · 59 talking about this · 72 were here. Neighborhood eating/drinking establishment

National Mechanics

A restaurant and bar in Philadelphia's Old City, National Mechanics is the spot for good food and good drink. On 3rd St between Market and Chestnut.

Lucha Cartel

National Mechanics' new Philadexican cousin Lucha Cartel is serving a tex-mex mix of apps and entrees at 2nd and Chestnut along with a bevy of beverages like mojitos, margs and a host of specialty cocktails. The decor is your typical rudos y tecnicos battling dia de los muertos monsters in a bloodbath of distressed bar stools, prickly cacti and evocative lighting.

The Yachtsman

The Yachtsman. 929 likes · 169 talking about this · 576 were here. The Yachtsman is Philly's own tiki bar, located on Frankford Avenue in Fishtown.