Pub Crawl Advice
A Sweet night out on the Town is not something we have done much recently. But taking that quick two or three hour Bensalem & Croydon pub crawl was fantastically fun.
Maybe we were, and are, blessed with great company, but a responsible night out can be a well deserved reward.
The Broken Goblet is this wonderful live venue that is perfect to see emerging artists and the staff was very friendly. The venue is top of the line for sound, audio and productions. High quality enough for tier-1 events.
The Neshaminy Brewing Co. is beautiful in comparison to my last squall two or three years ago. Such a strong brand this is and a powerhouse in Croydon. Extremely proud of this spot. It was an inviting 21-25 age range and an accommodating team the night we visited.
Dog & Bull is a great finale to an evening with the friendliest staff, live music at a comfortable level with talented acoustic musicians. They still have “crack” fries and is a must visit at any time.
Damn – I’m like a restaurant/venue critique on this post. But the point – be responsible and don’t make your pub crawl too long.
Off to ice hockey – enjoy your weekend And Shake it Off.