Sunday, April 20, 2014
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The Plough & the Stars

The name Plough & the Stars is a reference to the original Irish flag, symbolizing the earth and the sky. The menu sticks to the western-European pub style with an Irish twist, shaken in with the upscale attitude novel to Old City Philadelphia. Plough & the Stars consistently pours one of the best Guinness pints in town and the rich and hearty shepherd's pie will stick in your mind as well as on your ribs. An added bonus: in winter, extra comfort and warmth is provided by a roaring fireplace.

The Plough & the Stars


123 Chestnut St.
Enter on Second St.
Philadelphia , PA 19106
215-733-0300
Neighborhood: Old City - Society Hill Restaurant Week dinner menu
Parking: Paid lot across the street.
The name Plough & the Stars is a reference to the original Irish flag, symbolizing the earth and the sky. The menu sticks to the western-European pub style with an Irish twist, shaken in with the upscale attitude novel to Old City Philadelphia. Plough & the Stars consistently pours one of the best Guinness pints in town and the rich and hearty shepherd's pie will stick in your mind as well as on your ribs. An added bonus: in winter, extra comfort and warmth is provided by a roaring fireplace.
Cuisine type: Irish
Meals Served:   Brunch - Sat., Sun.   Lunch - Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri.   Dinner - Mon. thru Sun.   Late Night - Mon. thru Sun.
Style: The name Plough & the Stars is a reference to the original Irish flag, symbolizing the earth and the sky. The menu sticks to the western-European pub style with an Irish twist, shaken in with the upscale attitude novel to Old City Philadelphia. Plough & the Stars consistently pours one of the best Guinness pints in town and the rich and hearty shepherd's pie will stick in your mind as well as on your ribs. An added bonus: in winter, extra comfort and warmth is provided by a roaring fireplace.
Hours: 7 days (lunch and dinner)
Reservations: Recommended
Open Table
Prices: $$