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Bars in Bethlehem, PA
1.The Bookstore Speakeasy
336 Adams St1.06 mi Bethlehem, PA BarsRestaurantsFine Dining RestaurantsCocktail Lounges
Step back in time at The Bookstore: a 1920's speakeasy. Featuring prohibition-era cocktails, exquisite beer, sumptuous small and large plates, and live jazz music.
2.Tally Ho Tavern
205 W 4th St1.21 mi Bethlehem, PA$ TavernsBarsAmerican RestaurantsNight Clubs
3259 Easton Ave2.57 mi Bethlehem, PA$$ Bars
Went to the new Whitehall location, wouldn't go back. Hamburger was so-so, wings were bad...not crispy at all but soggy. not much taste to them either. The interior decor was bland and dreary.
320 E 1st St0.85 mi Bethlehem, PA$$ BarsTavernsNight ClubsRestaurants
5.Old Brewery Tavern
138 W Union Blvd0.62 mi Bethlehem, PA$ TavernsBrew PubsBar & GrillsBars
6.Diamonz Nite Club
1913 W Broad St2.04 mi Bethlehem, PA Night ClubsBarsTavernsBar & Grills
Everybody is so freindly
12 W Broad St0.47 mi Bethlehem, PA$ Take OutHappy HourDeliveryReservations BarsBar & Grills
If you are looking for a great local corner bar, very much like you see on Cheers, this is your place. It's filled with warm friendly people and it's owned by this guy who is a great Yankees fan. And yes, he spends time there doing what he should, talking with his customers about anything from Sports to Politics. This type of place is a real find in today's commericalized, trendy sports bar over-franchised world. If you are ever in Bethlehem, make sure you stop and Joe's, they have real quick bar food and the prices are very affordable for a downtown tavern.
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