301 S. Black Horse Pk.
Bellmawr, NJ 08031-2314
Phone: (856) 931-2800
Fax: (856) 931-2992
Adelphia is a restaurant, bar and nightclub all rolled into one. It is a complete package for a fun night with friends. The restaurant offers American cuisine with a dash of Mediterranean influences that adds more variety to the list. It includes dishes like the Chicken Grand Marnier (chicken cooked in an orange sauce) , Veal Zingarella (veal with marinara sauce) and the Seafood Diablo or assorted selections from the sea. The place is visited by the who's who of town, partying throughout the night. Live bands play as also famous DJs. Top 40s and Disco numbers blare through the night. The bar offers happy hours, ladies night and loads of TVs to catch the ongoing game.
A fun club to just chill and have fun the Oregon Club is a hang out for the young crowd of the city. Flowing beer and great music make this place all the more desirable. Check it out to indulge and let go.
Savor the elegance of Northern Africa as you dine on a Moroccan feast. Although an ala carte menu is served during the rest of the week, the weekend is reserved for traditional meals of meat, couscous, salad, fresh fruit, Moroccan pastries and other delicacies. Couscous, a traditional Moroccan favorite, is featured on the menu. Couscous is freshly steamed semolina grain that is seasoned and served with a variety of vegetables. Friday and Saturday nights also feature live belly dancing. You'll become part of this exciting culture as you recline on large pillows and listen to authentic Moroccan music.
Enjoy eclectic American cuisine, relax in the intimate setting or linger till the wee hours in the lower music lounge at Filo's in historic Old City. Savor imaginatively prepared favorites including filets, Chilean Sea Bass, Tuna Steaks, Duck, Rack of Lamb, Penne and more in the upper dining room. Retire to the lower music lounge as Philly's faves spin Rap, Funk, Techno, Reggae, House and Hip-Hop tunes.
Since 1939 this dining mainstay has been consistently rated as one of the area's best for having mastered the culinary art of creating authentic Philly cheesesteaks. Cheez Whiz, sautéed onions, mushrooms, and peppers are just a few of the extras that are always on call to top the thinly sliced rib eyes. Put them together on a long Italian torpedo roll and you have a sandwich masterpiece. The menu also offers several cheesesteak variations as well as soups and salads. Its late hours make it a favorite with the bar crowd.
L'Etage is predominantly a nightclub frequented by hipsters. However, there is a cabaret night once a week which is fun to check out. The club has a very unique decor giving it a very lounge-ish feel. This classy place plays hip-hop, jazz and house music. The gloomy ambiance and lighting is a hit with crowds who find it sexy and seductive. There is a wide selection of expensive beer and wine on the menu and mussels and hors d'oeuvres from the kitchen.
The sultry sounds of South American music, tanks of tropical fish, and authentic Brazilian cuisine make Brasil's Restaurant a cozy dinner destination. Downstairs: Cool and quiet, an effect of soft lighting and tanks of tropical fish. Before dancing, enjoy a distinctive blend of spices at the traditional rodizio, a Brazilian dinner buffet where you can sample more food than you can eat. Upstairs: A packed and popular Latin dance club. On Friday nights you'll be swept up by the sound of live music and dancing that will thrust you into the heart and soul of Latin America.
Good foot tapping music, welcoming ambiance and a full bar stocked with all your favorite drinks that's what Rain Lounge is that about. The lounge which opened with a bang in 2008, has fast become one of the hottest locations in the city. Rain offers some of the best urban hip-hop music in town, so you can dance the night away, or grab a drink with your pals and watch the hep crowd lose themselves in this A-one lounge.
Run by the same brothers who run Zanzibar Blue, this is an expansive blues club, a big room with good music and plenty of space for the sound. The menu has a Southern accent— Chicken-Fried Steak, Chicken with Waffles, Ham and Greens, grits with everything. Reservations are suggested. (If you have a reservation for dinner, there's usually no cover charge for the shows.) On Tuesdays, there's an open jam. On Sundays there's a Gospel Music Brunch.
This converted bank makes you think every bank should have a bar in it. There is an excellent list of Irish beers on tap, including Murphy's Stout, Caffrey's and Harp. A massive stone fireplace at one end of the room is ringed with cozy chairs and side tables. On Sundays, an Irish band sits by the fireside and jams on traditional tunes. It's a good spot for brunch on Sundays or a drink on rainy afternoons. The food is modern Irish fare, a nouvelle cuisine that sheds any old stereotypes of Irish cooking. There's a very light seafood chowder.
Love Coffee and the Arts then head to Chapterhouse Cafe & Gallery, this place offers some of the finest coffee around Philly. The place has plenty of space with a lot tables and chairs. But be sure to get there early as this place is so popular that it tends to fill up quickly. Here you find a variety of individuals either working on their lap tops or just sipping on that hot cuppa coffee. For those who don't like coffee don't be disappointed here they serve a number of sodas and teas. Try the sweet and tangy peach pomegranate tea. It is also a gallery which houses unique contemporary art on the walls.
Folk music always sounds best in an intimate room where you can hear everything clearly. (Unless you hate singer-songwriters, in which case it's better to face them in a bar where the music is drowned out by the clack of the pool table.) This room is deceptive: it's long, low and narrow, so it feels small and warm but has enough room to hold about 50 small tables plus a bar in the back. There are live acts four nights a week, two shows a night. Recent acts have included Elias Ochoa (from the Buena Vista Social Club), Jimmie Dale Gilmore, Jill Sobule, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Mick Taylor and Freedy Johnston. Advanced tickets suggested; when you buy your tickets, you can make a dinner reservation at Serrano downstairs for dinner, and they'll hold a seat for you at a table upstairs for the show.