In fall 2015, local restaurateurs and jazz experts Robert and Benjamin Bynum debuted SOUTH, located just a five-minute drive from the Philadelphia Museum of Art. In this state-of-the-art jazz parlor, customers can listen to live tunes from local and nationally renowned musical artists while sipping more than fifty American whiskeys, ten draft beers, barrel-aged cocktails and infused spirits. SOUTH also includes a separate bar and lounge area, as well as a kitchen that cooks up southern goodies like hushpuppies and fried green tomatoes.
The Dining Hall will serve vibrant new southern fare and weekly seasonal features of products indigenious to the south.
The Jazz Parlor will be outfitted with a state-of-the-art digital sound system and will feature local and national jazz performances six nights a week
The Bar and Lounge will offer a playful, abbreviated menu of southern snacks and shared plates, as well as a comprehensive 50-bottle American bourbon and whiskey program; beers on tap, including custom offerings, cocktails on tap, barrel-aged and bottle-conditioned cocktails and infused spirits as well as punch bowls and wines on tap.
600 N Broad St
|Cross street:||between Race and Arch Sts|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sat 4pm–2am, Sun 10am–2am|