Bridget Foy's

200 South St, Philadelphia, PA 19147
3 reviews

Amazing lunch. Great in the summer if you can get the patio seating

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  • 1
    0.21 mi

    Spirit of Philadelphia

    401 South Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA, United States
    0.21 mi from Bridget Foy's
    8 reviews

    Great food and entertainment! Drinks were reasonably priced and the view from the deck was nice.

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  • 2
    0.16 mi

    Theatre of the Living Arts

    334 South Street, Philadelphia, PA
    0.16 mi from Bridget Foy's
    3 reviews

    This place breathes rock and roll. So many fond memories and so many great shows!

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  • 3
    0.05 mi

    The Irish Times

    629 S. 2nd Street, Philadelphia, PA
    0.05 mi from Bridget Foy's
    1 review

    This is one of my favorite bars in Philly. They show many of the EPL games. I go here more than any other bar except for Fado. The owner Eamon is a great guy. Stop in for a pint.

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  • 4
    0.67 mi

    Liberty Bell

    500 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
    0.67 mi from Bridget Foy's
    60 reviews

    An absolute must for visitors. Fun fact: The Bell is owned by the City of Philadelphia, but sits on National Park Land.

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  • 5
    0.58 mi

    Independence Hall

    500 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
    0.58 mi from Bridget Foy's
    37 reviews

    Independence Hall was the location of many historical moments in early US history. Tickets are free, but required March-Dec. The visitors center is a block away. You will need to arrive at least 30-45 minutes early to go through security. Tour guides give you a small introduction and then walk you through the rooms. All in all the tour takes ...

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  • 6
    0.48 mi

    South Street

    South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
    0.48 mi from Bridget Foy's
    24 reviews

    Where art, history and food collide. It is most certainly a tourist destination - but it id a destination that all who make the pilgrimage to Philadelphia should make.

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  • 7
    0.58 mi

    Old City Hall

    Chestnut Street and South 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
    0.58 mi from Bridget Foy's
    10 reviews

    My favorite place in Philly. So much too see and do and eat and drink.

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  • 8
    0.82 mi

    Elfreth's Alley

    126 Elfreth Alley, Philadelphia, PA 19106-2006
    0.82 mi from Bridget Foy's
    8 reviews

    Cute little street, known as one of the oldest continuously occupied streets in the country, takes you back in time… Almost every house (historical, to be precise) has an iron boot scrapers at its doorsteps. Some courtyards are open to the public to wonder around. People actually live in these houses now, and it’s fun to watch when they come ...

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  • 9
    0.73 mi

    Philadelphia Magic Gardens

    1020 South Street, Philadelphia, PA
    0.73 mi from Bridget Foy's
    7 reviews

    A very unique museum-art exhibit in the middle of Philadephia's South Street. Artist Isaiah Zagar created this mosaic-tiled work of art in 14 years and the real estate owner almost sold it before the local community stepped in and saved it. It's now a Philadelphia fixture, along with Zagar's other pieces of work spread all over the city. This is ...

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  • 10
    0.85 mi

    National Constitution Center

    525 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
    0.85 mi from Bridget Foy's
    7 reviews

    You would think this would be boring....however, you would be wrong.

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  • 11
    0.71 mi

    Independence National Historical Park Visitors Center

    6th and Market Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19106
    0.71 mi from Bridget Foy's
    6 reviews

    Your launching pad for the historical tour of Philly - the Independence National Historical Park is home to some of the USA's most prominent founding cornerstones, including the Liberty Bell and Benjamin Franklin Museum.You can get free tickets to Independence Hall, and the guides are friendly and helpful.

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  • 12
    0.53 mi

    United States Mint

    151 North Independence Mall East, Philadelphia, PA 19106-1819
    0.53 mi from Bridget Foy's
    5 reviews

    i actually thought this was REALLY COOL! i came with low expectations, but once i got upstairs, the displays were modern (did they revamp this recently?), and i could see them making coins below. it was awesome! i read about dies, castings, lasers, where the term "mint" condition came from, how they search for flaws, etc. it was all so ...

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  • 13
    0.77 mi

    Betsy Ross House

    239 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA, United States
    0.77 mi from Bridget Foy's
    8 reviews

    Surprisingly very tiny. Amazing how people lived back then. Very interesting and informative. Don't miss it.

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  • 14
    0.35 mi

    Penns Landing Festival Pier

    201 South Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA, United States
    0.35 mi from Bridget Foy's
    5 reviews

    NO place like Penns Landing

  • 15
    0.51 mi

    Penn's Landing

    100 South Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19106
    0.51 mi from Bridget Foy's
    4 reviews


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  • 16
    0.91 mi

    Adventure Aquarium

    1 Riverside Drive, Camden, NJ
    0.91 mi from Bridget Foy's
    5 reviews

    Camden is not the nicest city but the Aquarium is very nice and worth visiting if you happen to find yourself in the Philadelphia area.

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  • 17
    0.68 mi

    Italian Market

    949 South 9th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147, United States
    0.68 mi from Bridget Foy's
    5 reviews

    There are very few street markets in the US, so the few we have are treasures, and I especially love this one. It's unpretentious and really a functioning neighborhood (unlike NYC's Little Italy), and very interesting for its mix of different foods--not just Italian, but now some Asian shops moving in, and a few very old stores (vinyl records!).

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  • 18
    0.48 mi

    First Bank of the United States

    116 South third street, Philadelphia, PA, United States
    0.48 mi from Bridget Foy's
    5 reviews

    Not much to see here other than the outside of the building. It was once home to the US's first central bank, the brain child of Alexander Hamilton, and one of the tools he envisioned in forming a strong central government as well as serving the vital role of consolidating and paying-off the US's war debt

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  • 19
    0.63 mi

    Library Hall

    105 South Fifth Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106-3310
    0.63 mi from Bridget Foy's
    4 reviews
  • 20
    0.54 mi

    Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

    Washington Square, Philadelphia, PA 19106
    0.54 mi from Bridget Foy's
    4 reviews

    Many major cities have these. For some reason, this one didn't really move me.

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