4/21: Seafood, Singing and a Swanky Celebration

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Happy Hour: If you’re craving seafood, head into South Philly for one of the oldest and best seafood spots in the city, Snockey’s. The restaurant has been open since 1912, perfecting their craft each year. Get there by 4 p.m. to enjoy 35-cent pick and peel shrimp, 50-cent raw or steamed clams, 75-cent raw or fried oysters and 75-cent clams casino. Wash it all down with $1.99 domestic pints or $2.50 domestic bottles. If you’re going with a party of 15 or more, request a buffet special for only $16.80 or $18.95 per person. Snockey’s Oyster and Crab House, 1020 South 2nd Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19147, 4 p.m.

Dutch Umbrella Celebration: Try a three-course Pan-Asian meal along with a champagne bar tonight at Swanky Bubbles. Join the Dutch Umbrella Table experience and choose of an appetizer, family-style entrée, dessert, two drinks and a $15 gift certificate to Swanky Bubbles. All of this is in celebration of Philly’s own Dutch Umbrella services where you grab an umbrella if you need one and leave one when you don’t. Swanky Bubbles, 10 South Front Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19106, $50, 6 p.m.

Adam Green: Hear a funky mix of pop, rock and indie tonight at Johnny Brenda’s. Adam Green, former member of the Moldy Peaches, will perform solo work from his latest album, Minor Love. Green is joined by rock group The Dead Trees. The Trees who claim they are “a band of heathens” will bring down the house with their catchy pop rock songs. See both acts for only $12 tonight. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa. 19125, +21, $12, 9 p.m.


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