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MilkBoy Philly celebrates two years with weekend specials and shows

MilkBoy is celebrating their two year anniversary with drink and food specials as well as live performances.

MilkBoy Philly celebrates two years with weekend specials and shows

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MilkBoy Philly is a great spot to grab a drink, a bite to each or catch some live music. (Photo: Tony Wood)
MilkBoy Philly is a great spot to grab a drink, a bite to each or catch some live music. (Photo: Tony Wood)

Starting Thursday, August 15, MilkBoy Philly will be celebrating their second anniversary with a three day party fest that extends until Saturday, August 17.

“We're really proud of everything we have to offer,” says MilkBoy partner Bill Hanson, "we have the neighborhood, the music community, and the bar industry folks to thank for all of the support we’ve received these past two years; it’s all about making them happy.”

The celebration includes free live music and DJs every night as well as food and drink specials that include $2 shots, $2 beers, $2 snacks and complimentary hors d’oeuvres from Chef Brian Mahon’s kitchen.

MilkBoy is a unique place among its Center City neighbors, offering dishes like duck confit and drinks like the Philly Kiss–bourbon, strawberry purée and lemon. The restaurant and bar has also played host to live music events, bringing local and renown acts to their second floor stage.

The live music schedule will go on as follows:

  • Thursday, August 15, 8 pm - Black Landlord, El Malito, Kim Jong Ill (yup), DJ Tony Sylvester.
  • Friday, August 16, 8:30 pm – Shark Tape, The Fleeting Ends, The Peace Creeps (Richard Bush of the A’s), Mo Lowda & The Humble.
  • Saturday, August 17, 8:30 pm – W.C. Lindsay, The Sixties, Three Idea Men, Commonwealth Choir.

Mentioned specials will be served all weekend during the live shows.

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