Dock Street Cannery + Lounge's garage door is going up, and the proverbial "it" is going down.

Thursday, April 27th at 4pm
705 South 50th Street, West Philly

By "down" we mean "down the hatch" and by "it", we mean: the first batches of Jip the Blood Berliner weiss, Golden IPA and No Exit Double IPA in cans, plus new cocktails - draft and hand-crafted- and a new snack menu of light bites that will be a pretty big, delicious departure from the also delicious, wood-fired fare next door at the brewpub. Expect cheese from Cherry Grove Farms + DiBruno's, Vegan Commissary's spent-grain pretzels with Rye IPA vegan cheese sauce (that is actually really,reeeeally delicious), and house-made goods including pâtés and local 'shrooms, in the form of quiches, tortas, and simply sott'olio. 

The front half of the space, accessible by garage door or regular door, depending on the weather, features a repurposed wood wall (these particular lathes used to be the wall in one of our Dock Street neighbor's homes), a zinc-topped bar that seats twelve, and additional seating around two Turkish copper drum tables.

Philadelphia based artist, expert, and soon-to-be neon museum proprietor and founder Len Davidson made our neon light, which features our slogan from back in the 80's - "It's all in your head."

We'll be open Thursday 4pm-11pm, Friday 4pm-1am, and Saturday 4pm-1am.
(More info online HERE)

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