14 "Dancing" restaurants in Philadelphia.
Johnny Brenda’s is a bar in Fishtown that has a concert venue on the second floor.
Silk City is a diner with a huge outdoor patio and separate nightclub area.
Yakitori Boy is a Japanese dinner spot and karaoke bar with private rooms to end your night in.
Howl At The Moon is a dueling pianos bar in Center City that gets very crowded on the weekends.
Concourse is a night club in Center City, and all you really need to know about it is there’s a full-room ball pit inside.
Go to The Plough & The Stars to drink double-strength cocktails and maybe dance to Justin Timberlake remixes.
Voyeur is a serious nightclub in Center City that’s fun when it’s 1am and you’re a few drinks deep.
Franky Bradley’s is a two-floor bar that’s casual downstairs, but a full-on party upstairs.
Tavern On Camac is part piano bar, part dance floor with DJ, and exactly where you should be ending your nights out.
Tattooed Mom is a perfectly weird bar on South Street that’s covered in street art and does things like craft nights.
Bob & Barbara’s is exactly what you want from a dive bar. It’s also the birthplace of the Citywide, so it’s basically royalty.