Southwark

Row 1

Details
701 S 4th St (at Bainbridge St.)
Philadelphia, PA 19147
(267) 930-8538
Cocktail
$ $ $
Hours
Mon, Wed–Sun: 5:00 PM–2:00 AM
Menu
Map

Foursquare Tips

  • One of the very few classic cocktail bars in the city that can make a $15 drink thats worth every penny.
  • This corner restaurant and barroom offers old-school cocktails and an impressive selection of ryes and gins.
  • Order the Jockey Club. One of the best drinks in Philadelphia.
  • With the best rye selection in the city (maybe the country!), Southwark is a dream come true for whiskey fans and a long-time favorite of ours.
  • Instantly one of my top favorite bars in Philadelphia. Great drinks, great atmosphere, great bartenders.
  • Congratulations, you've found one of Esquire's Best Bars in America. They make a perfect rye old fashioned.
  • The best Manhattan in the city !;)
  • Classy cocktails a bit on the pricey side, and every bit worth it.
  • You owe yourself a nip from their gin and rye collectionstheir cocktails are king, especially the Manhattans. Yes, even in Philly.
  • Excellent food and cocktails, including one of the best Manhattans you'll ever have.
  • A classically elegant American bar with a lovely dining room and great small plates lands Southwark a spot on our 2011 list of Best Restaurants of Philly!
  • Tell your bartender what you like and watch as they make you a potent cocktail. Great bathrooms.
  • Gnocchi is phenomenal!
  • Great cocktails, knowledgeable bartenders, and a fun vibe.
  • Food's OK, but the drinks are better. Get the Completely Reformed (Scotch, Bourbon, Apple Cider Syrup, Lemon, Allagash White).
  • Try the beef tartare with egg and chips. The Gnocchi won't disappoint.
  • Whiskey cocktails--skip the food but get lots of drinks.
  • Farmer platter is where it's at!!! All fresh and local and delicious! Good beer selection good liquor selection, husband loves their manhattan's
  • One of the best classic cocktail bars in the country. It gets extra credit for stocking smart wine values like the Chad pinot noir, and more points still for the after-dinner drink menu.
  • Brian Ricci, chef of Kennett, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Farmhouse Platter.