What's causing the phenomenon? One word: Sláinte (slawn-cha), “cheers” in Gaelic, the new resto/Irish pub is owned by the people behind long-standing New Deck Tavern (3408 Sansom Street) and is located just across from 30th Street Station.
The new go-to for the after-work crowd, Sláinte will please brew connoisseurs and foodies alike with its European draft beer system and huge drool-worthy menu. Fill up on items such as Prince Edward Island Mussels; bangers and mash; fish 'n' chips; and, yes, cheddar beer dip made with Harp Lager. Then wash it all down with a massive selection of stouts; lagers; Hefeweizens; and, of course, Guinness.
The high arched ceilings, gorgeous woodwork, and handcrafted Irish furniture create a cozy pub feel, while the six high-def TVs keep it modern. Head to Sláinte for lunch, dinner, happy hour, late-night music, and karaoke.… Read More