Philadelphia beer gardens

Independence Beer Garden
100 South Independence Mall West (Center City)
Open during spring, summer, and fall seasons, grab a pint and play free outdoor games like cornhole and shuffle board, or take a seat and order some bites. In case of rain, there is an awning outside to keep you from getting wet.

Frankford Hall
1210 Frankford Ave. (Fishtown)
One of Philadelphia’s most-noted beer garden, this Stephen Starr joint has the pints to prove it. Order a wurst, a pilsner (go half or full liter), hit up the ping pong table or grab a box of Jenga and soak in the nice weather at this outdoor/indoor beer hall.

Drury Beer Garden
1311 Sansom St. (Center City)
Located behind Mediterranean eatery Opa, guests can play Jenga, table tennis, and more at this colorful outdoor drinking spot. They also have some signature drinks on the menu that are worth a sip.

Morgan’s Pier
221 N Columbus Blvd. (Penn's Landing)
Placed right along the Delaware River, Morgan’s Pier is a city favorite for outdoor drinking and summer-themed foods and cocktails. Not to mention the incredible view of the Ben Franklin Bridge (we know you’re going to want to Instagram the one). They also host a number of dance parties and concerts once the weather heats up.

Spruce Street Harbor
Columbus Blvd. & Spruce St. (Penn's Landing)
This popular seasonal pop-up park became a sensation once it opened in 2014. From outdoor games (like life-sized Connect Four), hammocks, and a stellar view of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Spruce Street Harbor Park is a must-see if your visiting the city. A special area designated for the 21+ is located right next to the river.