Red Owl Tavern Lobster Clambake

All summer, Red Owl Tavern featured spectacular weekly Lobster Clambakes for $25. Now on Thursday, September 29th  from 5-8 pm they will be celebrating their 4th anniversary and hosting a “So Long to Summer Lobster Clambake” party – featuring DJ, themed cocktails and giveaway swag bags. Seafood loving guests will enjoy a New England-style pot featuring a whole 1 lb. lobster, with mussels, clams, shrimp, corn, potatoes, and more! Tickets can be purchased at

“Every Monday this summer, guests practically lined up for our Lobster Clambakes,” says General Manager Natalie Pineda. “We wanted to celebrate our 4th anniversary with our biggest lobster clambake to date and send off the season in style! Stay tuned for our next equally compelling Monday night programming coming soon!”


The event will take place on Red Owl Tavern’s expansive outdoor patio in the shadows of American history. Lead Bartender Kyle Darrow will be shaking up specialty cocktails to compliment the end of summer celebration, swag bags full of Red Owl treats will be distributed and a local DJ will provide the tunes for the evening.

Red Owl Tavern is a modern American restaurant and bar on the corner of 5th and Chestnut Streets in Philadelphia’s Old City neighborhood. Directly across from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, Red Owl’s cuisine can be described as American with a global perspective and features an emphasis on local and seasonal ingredients. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily.


Red Owl Tavern also features two exceptionally attractive private dining rooms below the main restaurant, taking advantage of the building’s original bank vault and arched brick ceilings to create unique spaces for groups of 10 to 30 guests. An expansive and attractive outdoor patio flanks Independence Mall. Red Owl Tavern is a Kimpton restaurant adjacent to Hotel Monaco.


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