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Café (Bar) Restaurants @ Philadelphia

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 Name  CityBranch of business
 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: gays and lesbians mixed Trannies are most welcomeTavern on Camac (T.O.C.)
243 S Camac St
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 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: gays and lesbians mixed Trannies are most welcomeVenture Inn
255 South Camac Street
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 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: completely mixedKnock Restaurant and Bar
225 South 12th Street
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 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: straights (women and men)Square 1682
121 South 17th Street
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 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: straights (women and men)Bridgid's
726 N. 24th St.
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 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: straights (women and men)Bridget Foy's
200 South St
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 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: straights (women and men)Time Restaurant & Bar
1315 Sansom Street
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 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: straights (women and men)Friday Saturday Sunday (FSS)
261 South 21st Street
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 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: straights (women and men)Rembrandt's Restaurant & Bar
741 N. 23rd St.
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 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: straights (women and men)Varga Bar
941 Spruce St
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 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: straights (women and men)Sabrina's Cafe
910 Christian Street
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 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: straights (women and men)L2 Restaurant & Bar
2201 South St
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 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: straights (women and men)Hinge
2652 E. Somerset St.
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The following venues no longer exist
 Name  CityBranch of business
 Café (Bar) Restaurants none Majority of guests: gays and lesbians mixed Trannies are most welcomeQ Kitchen & Lounge
1234 Locust Street
USA  PhiladelphiaCafé (Bar) Restaurants


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