Football specials and where you can get the best deals when going out to watch the EAGLES and or College Games!

Our DJ of the month is DJ GUSTO find out more this coming week

Our Bartender of the Month comes to us from Reales – Meet Colleen

In the Spotlight find out about ELEMENT “K”

We have concert listings for LIVE NATIONS EVENTS, SUN BANK ARENA, SELLLERSVILLE THEATER

*Photos from the JERSEY SHORE at: WESTYS< KEENANS<FLIP FLOPS and more from LABOR DAY WEEKEND!

We have an article about MAGGIES WATERFRONT CAFE -The Hit of the SUMMER OF 2010

ALL this an so much more – this coming week…SEE IT ALL ONLINE ( anytime you like!)

www.ootonline.com and or www.ootweb.com and or PICK UP YOUR FREE COPY AT AREA LOCATIONS. * The best in the Greater Delaware Valley area…

“WIN TICKETS TO AREA CONCERTS” FIND OUT HOW!

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Squirrel Murphys’ – Warminster

Dave & Buster’s – Phila

The Hollywood Tavern – Rockledge

Blues Riot – From South Jersey

The Final Score – Bensalem

Miller High Life  & Miller High Life Light !

JOE SANTUCCI’S BAR AND GRILL -Phila

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Coming up this weekend there are some special things worth it to check out. Saturday’s Picks – THE BEACh BLAST at the ASHBURNER INN…all afternoon and night. Tons of sand, fun and good times are coming at you from the staff at the ASHBURNER INN located in NE PHILA . OOT will be in the house taking photos…LIVE MUISC , DJ’s and all sorts of cool things to do.   ALSO worth it to check out is the MAXWELL’S Cafe / Shooters Reunion party at the Stadium 5 Points in Levittown Pa., join in with all the fun as past patrons and employees that made SHOOTERS and MAXWELLS CAFE the inspots years ago. Music is by August and his new duo along with many other local bands making a pit stop over.  SUNDAY – you can take your pick on where to watch the EAGLES start off the new SEASON. PRO FOOTBALL is back and now it’s time to put on your EAGLES GREEN and cheer on the BIRDS. TAKE YOUR PICK and get out with friends and cheer on our EAGLES! Specials are all over the place – so get ready and bring on the new NFL season.  TO find out more see the new OOT ONLINE or look for your FREE COPY at area bars and clubs and restaurants in the Greater Delaware Valley area.

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Here are the best locations to help find the real deals in food and drink and fun in the PHILLY AND SOUTH JERSEY AREA…

* These locations are in : BUCKS, CHESTER COUNTY, DELAWARE COUNTY, PHILA ( NE – Center City – Manayunk),MONTGOMERY COUNTY, SOUTH JERSEY, ATLANTIC CITY, WILDWOOD NJ, CAPE MAY NJ

MAGGIE’S WATER FRONT CAFE NE PHILA

THE PENTHOUSE – PHILA * UPSCALE GENTLEMENS CLUB

THE RED ZONE – Burlington NJ

Mc Noodles -Phila

The RED STALLION – Warminster Pa

RICHIE’S BAR – Warminster Pa

CURRAN’S – Bensalem Pa

THE WHISKEY TANGO -NE PHILA

THE ARENA -Phila

THE CANNONBALL -Phila

Out Of Wack JACKS -Phila

THE PENNY GARDENS -Phila

BOOTLEGGER’S – WOODLYN PA DELCO

SWEENEY’S SALOON – Somerton/ Phila

RP MC MURPHY’S – HOLMES PA DELCO

TOM & JERRY’S MILMONT PARK PA DELCO

KILDARE’S – KING OF PRUSSIA, MANAYUNK, WEST CHESTER PA, PHILA PA and THE NEW LOCATION AT PENN STATE

MICHAEL’S CAFE – BENSALEM PA * BEST DANCE CLUB

DAVE & BUSTERS’ – ( ALL LOCATIONS) PHILA

FINNIGAN’S WAKE – NORTHERN LIBERTIES/ CENTER CITY PHILA

HARRIGAN’S – WARMINSTER PA

KAT MAN DU – TRENTON NJ

THE FIRESIDE BEEF AND ALE – FEASTERVILLE PA

TONY’S PLACE – IVYLAND PA & the original location IN NE PHILA

CURRAN’S – TACONY – NE PHILA

HAZY’S – FEASTERVILLE PA

THE ASHBURNER INN – NE PHILA

MC NOODLES’ – NE PHILA

HARRINGTON’S IRISH PUB NE PHILA

MC STEW’S IRISH SPORTS BAR – LEVITTOWN PA

PADDY WHACKS – NE PHILA

PADDY WHACKS – SOUTH STREET

HARRIGAN’S – WARMINSTER PA

BIG HEADS’ – WARMINSTER PA,.WILLOW GROVE, HOLLAND PA and PLUMSTEADVILLE PA., RICHBORO PA.,

REED’S – BLUE BELL PA

Magirks – FT. WASHINGTON PA

KEENAN’S – N. WILDWOOD NJ

THE LIGHT HOUSE POINTE – WILDWOOD NJ

THE TRUMP MARINA – ATLANTIC CITY NJ

THE TRUMP PLAZA – ATLANTIC CITY.NJ

THE TRUMP TAJ MAHAL – ATLANTIC CITY NJ

RESORT’S CASINO – ATLANTIC CITY NJ

CARNEYS- CAPE MAY NJ

CHEERLEADERS – BOTH LOCATIONS PA AND NJ

TOP DOG – CHERRY HILL NJ

OTT’s – ALL LOCATIONS

KAMINSKI’s – Cherry Hill NJ

THE STADIUMS ( ALL LOCATIONS) LEVITTOWN PA, BRISTOL, BENSALEM/ ANDALUSIA/ LINDEN AVE/ FAIRLESS HILLS PA

THE JUG HANDLE INN – Cinnaminson NJ

THE TAVERN ON BROAD – PHILA

THE RED STALLION – WARMINSTER PA

KARMA – NE PHILA

THE ROCK GARDEN /Inside KARMA

THE ROAD HOUSE – NEWORTVILLE PA

CAZZ’s SPORTS BAR – LEVITTOWN PA

TATTLETAILS – GENTLEMENS CLUB/LEVITTOWN PA

THE HULMEVILLE INN – HULMEVILLE PA

THE THREE MONKEYS – NE PHILA

ALBERTS CAFE – NE PHILA

LA CAS DI LUCIA – NE PHILA

DEAN CASMIRRIS OLD COLONIAL INN – HULMEVILLE PA

*CURRAN’S IRISH INN – PALMYRA NJ * New this year and best in South Jersey

REALE’S – NE PHILA

HAMMERHEADS’ – NE PHILA

CASPER’S – NE PHILA

DOUBLE VISIONS – HORSHAM PA

THE BALL PARK – GENTLEMENS CLUB-LEVITTOWN PA

KENNY’S SOUTHAMPTON PA

THE BUCK HOTEL – FEASTERVILLE PA

THE E – HOUSE – BENSALEM PA

CALLOWAYS – HUNTINGDON VALLEY PA

THE COASTLINE – CHERRY HILL NJ

THE SAVOY – PENNSAUKEN NJ

SCRUPPPLES – NESHAMINY PA

MANNY BROWNS – ALL LOCATIONS!

CHICKIE’S AND PETE’s ALL LOCATIONS – SOUTH PHILA, NE PHILA, BORDENTOWN NJ, MAYS LANDING NJ/ PARX CASINO BENSALEM PA LOCATION

THE FINAL SCORE – BENSALEM PA

SQUIRREL MURPHYS – WARMINSTER PA

THE GENERAL DAVIS HOUSE – WARMINSTER PA

JOE SANTUCCIS BAR AND GRILL – NE PHILA

THE ROUTE ONE CAFE – NE PHILA

THE PENNANT EAST – BELL MAWR NJ

THE CHERRY WOOD – CLEMEMTON NJ

THE ADELPHILA – DEPTFORD NJ

SILK CITY – NOTHERN LIBIERTIES – PHILA

THE TROCADERO – CHINA TOWN- PHILA

NORTH STAR BAR – PHILA

THE FIRE – PHILA

THE MANAYUNK BREW PUB – PHILA

THE CASTLE ROXX – PHILA

MAD RIVER – BOTH LOCATIONS OLDE CITY and MANAYUNK

CLUB 27 – ODLE CITY PHILA

THE ROXXY – PHILA

THE ROCKLEDGE PUB – ROCKLEDGE / FOX CHASE

THE HOLLYWOOD TAVERN – ROCKLEDGE

HUGH BREENS – ROCKLEDGE

The Brickhouse – Phila

The Grey Lodge -Phila

CAVANAUGH’S RIVER DECK – PHILA PA

BENNY THE BUMS – NE PHLA

General Grants Saloon -NE PHILA

REEDY’S -Phila

CAPPY’S BAR & GRILL -Phila

RAUCHETS TAVERN -Phila

The Sheffield TAVERN -Phila

THE COPA’s ( ALL LOCATIONS) NE , CENTER CITY, UNIVERSITY CITY

THE SOUTH PHILLY BAR AND GRILL – SOUTH PHILA

THE WET WHISTLE -JENKINTOWN PA

*THE UKIE CLUB – NOTHERN LIBIERTIES -PHILA

MILLER’S ALE HOUSE – PHILA and LANGHORNE PA

THE BLUE COMET – GLENSIDE PA

THE HORSHAM INN – HORSHAM PA

JT ‘s PHILA HOUSE – NE PHILA

THE BOG SIDE IRISH PUB – NE PHILA

THE RHAWNHURST CAFE – NE PHILA

THE GREEN PARROT -NEWTOWN PA

THE CLUB HOUSE – NEWTOWN PA

BRADY’S IRISH PUBS – BENSALEM PA AND CROYDON PA

THE RIVERBOAT CAFE – CROYDON PA

NICK’S ROAST BEEF – NE PHILA PA & * 2nd street LOCATION

E’s IRISH PUB – WARMINSTER PA

WALSH’S TAVERN – WARMINSTER PA

BROWNIE’S 23 EAST ARDMORE PA

PJ HENRY’S – Lancaster Ave

TJ SMITHS- WARRINGTON PA

TOMATOES DOYLESTOWN PA

STEPHAINES – DOYLESTOWN PA

CHAMBERS’ 19 DOYLESTOWN PA

THE AMBER INN DOYLESTOWNPA

LOUIE D’s MAMA D’s RESTAURANT

HARRAH’s CHESTER PA

SHENANIGANS – Levittown PA

GLEASON’S BAR – Levittown PA

FRANKS’ SORTS BAR – Feasterville PA

THE SRPINGFILED INN – Springfield PA

CASEY’S – BROOMALL PA

TAILGATORS – CLIFTON HEIGHTS PA

THE WARF TAVERN – ASTON PA

THE DECK at the HARBOR POINTE- Essington PA/*The old Lagoon Location

PJ WHELIHAN’s – ALL LOCATIONS – Blue Bell, Medford NJ, CHERRY HILL NJ, HADDON TWP., MAPLE SHADE NJ, WASHINGTON TWP.,

THE NOTE – WEST CHESTER

THE LANDMARK AMERICANA – Gleassboro and West Chester

THE STONE GRILLE – Clementon NJ

SHADY KATIES – Somerdale NJ

THE COURTYARD – West Chester Pa

Elephant & Castel – Phila

FRONTIER SALOON – DELCO

J D Mc GILLICUDDYS – DREXEL HILL PA

Locust Bar – Phila

McNalleys, Phila

Leneghans ( All Locations) Phila

THE KNIGHT’S TAVERN -Phila

TONY’S BAR AND GRILL- Collingdale DELCO

PAULIE’S PLACE – PENDELL Pa

RANDI’s PLACE – Phila

DIEGO’S BAR – Phila

TOM FOOLERYS – Phila

OWEN’S CAFE -Phila

KILBANES – Phila

TOM’S SPORTSMENS -Phila

Mc Faddens Irish Sports Bars (Both locations) Ball Park and3rd Street.

FLUKE’S BAR & GRILL -Phila

BAILEYS – Levittown Pa

Da Bar – Levittown Pa

Gilligan’s Bar & Grill – Levittown Pa

Other bets: Haggertys Pub, Mc Closkeys, Nippers, Oscars Tavern , Queen Sheeba II, Red Hill Tavern, Salvis, Sandy Beef & Ale, Toll House, Tony G’s Brownies Pub.

Bud’s Cafe, Cherry Street Tavern, Dacey’s Pub, Drake Tavern- Jenkintown,Henry James Saloon, Hill Top Crab House, Jack Cassidy’s/ Boothwyn, Jerzze Bar and Grill,

Moriaritys, Nicks Roast Beef, Pier 1 Bar, Pogue Mahones, The Red Rooster, TD’s, Shenanigans Irish Pub, The Office Bar & Grill, The Aloft in South Jersey & Connie Macks!

HOOTERS – ALL LOCATIONS in PA., NJ AND DE., The Penguin Club – Warminster, The Funky Monkey- Wilmington DE, Dazzy O’s Winslow Nj. RACKS – Atco NJ., My Brothers Pub -Levittown Pa., Bolero Wilwood NJ, Flip Flops N. Wildwood NJ.

*These are some of the locations we service and also know about. Email “OOT” if your favorite location is not on our list…Send to> ootme2@aol.com – we will do all we can to get your favorite spot listed in our next NEWS AND ALERTS POST. In the mean time, have a great LABOR DAY WEEKEND and as always…grab the fun and DON”t DRINK AND DRIVE…USE A DESIGNATED DRIVER with you friends when going Out On The Town!

So where are you going this coming weekend? Need some ideas? Always make sure to check out the OOT …We offer you some of the best locations in the region on food,drink and Entertainment ….and the best news of all OOT is a FREE SERVICE!   You can find OOT at selected area locations or just go online anytime.

Have a great LABOR DAY WEEKEND –  Don’t DRINK AND DRIVE…heck, you know that!

We will be having another fun filled concert ticket giveaway contest for the month of September….ALL you do is just sned over your email by saying  Get me those tickets…send to > ootme2@aol.com   We have tickets to see  Sutton Foster and Procol Harum at the Scottish Rite.

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TOM AND JERRY’S – TONIGHT LECOMPT

BOOTLEGGER’S – WOODLYN PA – PROXIMITY EFFECT

RP MC MURPHYS – DADDY SAYS SO

THE DECK / HAROBORPOINT – STEVIE B. LIVE at the DECK!

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Jackie, a blond bartending bombshell, has worked her seven year bartending career at Shenanigan’s Irish Pub.  When asked how she got into bartending, she replied, “I just woke up one morning and realized it was something I wanted to do.”

Jackie’s favorite drink to make is a rootbeer float and her favorite shot is Jameson. Although Jackie has never served anyone famous she treats all of her customers famously.

She enjoys drinking and having a good time, trips to the beach, and jammin’ to 96.5.  The best thing about bartending is after her shift is over and she goes home feeling okay.

You can find Jackie at Shenanigan’s on Thursday night with free poker, Friday nights with free pool and dollar domestic bottles from 9-ll p.m.  Saturdays feature the area’s

hottest and upcoming bands.

Shenanigans is located at 4021 New Rodgers Road in Levittown.  Stop in and meet Jackie soon.

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By Patty-Pat Kozlowski

HotDogCookerCONEY ISLAND-July 4, 2010, Number-one-ranked eater Joey Chestnut won his fourth straight title by winning the Nathan’s Famous Fourth of July Hot Dog-Eating Contest in Coney Island, downing 54 hot dogs and buns in 10 minutes in oppressive heat to retain possession of the Coveted Mustard Yellow Belt.

125 miles away in Philadelphia, I had quite a hot dogger event this past summer as I sampled my fair share of wieners over the lazy, crazy, hazy days.
Now mind you, I didn’t eat anywhere near 54, but I think I covered enough hot dog places to issue a fair judging. My quest was to find the hot diggidity dogs worth your mustard since the majority of us could not make it to Coney Island.
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, Americans chomp over 7 billion hot dogs. The convinence store 7-11, boasts that it sells 100 million hot dogs a year in North America. I did my part at these places to give you a run down on the red hots.
Citizens Bank Park, Section 111- I shelled out $3.75 for a Hatfield hot dog from a roving vendor. Wrapped in a tin foil pouch, it was accompanied by a packet of yellow mustard and ketchup and lets just say this diggity dog suffered from performance anxiety as it turned limp in my hand.

Aramark, the company that has the food concession contract at the ballpark needs to grill these doggies longer. No grill marks and a lukewarm wiener makes me think you microwaved the franks and wrapping them in foil baggies just makes them sweat and the buns get soggy. However, the hot dogs you order up in the concession stands seem to be grilled and much better tasting to give you that ballgame feel.
The only saving grace of the hot dogs at Citizen Bank Park are two instances. First, is if it’s Hatfield Dollar Dog Night and you can get em’ for a buck a piece (maximum 6 per person) or, if the Phillie Phanatic shoots the hot dog out of his air cannon and hits you square in the groin. Then you’ll be in hot dog heaven.

Hot Dog Tommy’s, Cape May New Jersey- up until maybe 5 years ago, there used to be a place just steps away from the Cape May Beaches that sold fifty cent hot dogs. I kid you not. 50 cent hot dogs out of a side window with all the mustard, catsup, relish and onions you could pile on. I never knew fifty cent hot dogs existed until I found this place. Lunch for a dollar! There was always a line but nobody every minded the wait because we knew we were waiting for a fifty cent hot dog.
Unfortunately, since you can not be that close to the Atlantic Ocean in the Victorian seaside town without costing over a million dollars in real estate, the fifty cent hot dog business went to the big wiener roast in the sky.
Taking its place, at the same take-out window is a place called Hot Dog Tommy’s selling wieners at Jackson Street and the beach. Wearing a hot dog hat and fire engine red high top Chuck Taylor Converse sneakers, owner Tom Snyder doesn’t sell fifty cents hot dogs and the line that snakes around the corner doesn’t seem to mind. Tom grills his puppies from 10:31 a.m. until 5:17 p.m. and for those who just want a hot dog, you have two choices. The leaner Wiener is a mixed pork and beef puppy served on a soft steamed bun for $1.30. The B.A.D. Dog, which stands for Black Angus Dog is an all beef hound served on a firmer deli roll for $2.85. There is no charge for mustard, catsup, mayo, onions or relish.
But I do not get just a hot dog. No, because I wanted to do permanent damage to Cape May County’s raw sewage system I order something called a Bad Thunder Dog ($4.00) which is the following: A Black Angus Dog topped with mashed potatoes (mixed with real butter!) baked beans, yellow mustard, chopped onions and shredded cheddar cheese on a deli roll. It was the Bull Mastiff of all hot dogs, Tom’s wife Mary gave me a fistful of napkins and a fork and I walked this dog right over to the Cape May promenade, sat on a bench and tried to eat it without being gawked at, photographed or suffered a heart attack.
There was no dainty way to eat this, and it was a two handed project. With the first bite, mustard and beans got on my cheeks but I kept chewing. Maybe in 90 degree weather, mashed potatoes and baked beans aren’t the best choices to eat but I couldn’t stop this toilet clogger of a hot dog. I did not eat a hot dog that day on the Cape May beachfront. I ate a small child. And he was tasty.

Aluminum street cart-Ben Franklin Parkway – My mother Carmella does not ask much from her daughters. She asks us not to do drugs. Don’t shave our arms and never eat a hot dog off a Center City hot dog cart. She fears salmonella or tapeworm and for 30 years I’ve obeyed her until now. Hawking $3 hot dogs, an aluminum buggy of a food stand served me my first hot dog cart wiener on 4th of July weekend. The dog was far from grilled, they were kept in a hothouse hell of a hole in the cart’s belly, in water murkier than the puddle the cart sat in. One of my dearest foodie advisors told me she yearns for the hot dogs of her elementary school days. “Floaters”, she calls them, because they floated in the serving trays as she waited in the lunch line. They were boiled to oblivion and for a 8 year old, it was good eatin’. But not from this cart-served on a bun that looked like it was a tire block for the cart, I squeezed on watery mustard and broke my mom’s heart as I bit into this dog that should have been euthanized at the pound. My only way to describe this hot dog is to remember the one-liner Dan Aykroyd made about hot dogs in the 1987 comedy “The Great Outdoors”. Fellow funnyman John Candy offers Aykroyd a hot dog and he replies, “Hot Dogs? Do you know what hot dogs are made out of? Lips and –well, since it’s a family paper, let’s just say, rear ends.”

Port Richmond Lake-The Kozlowski Family backyard swimming pool – back at Homestead Park, burgers and dogs were grilled up. Momma Carm buys only all beef hot dogs and this holiday it was Dietz and Watson that did the honors. Grilled to a crisp and served on a Strohman potato roll hot dog bun, I was ready for some hot dog ecstasy when another dog ruined the moment.
Porkroll the Dalmatian. This spotted moose was a malnourished skin and bones frightened pooch at the SPCA 3 months ago when we rescued him. Today, he’s 55 pounds of chicken parm and meatloaf and his job is to move from leather couch to leather couch to see which one is in the best position for the air conditioning to reach him. He watches 3 Stooges and the Weather Channel all day.
Porkroll gazed at me and drooled over the kitchen floor. I saw in his eyes that if I gave him my hot dog, one day he would return the favor. Sort of like, “What’s that Porkroll? Patty-Pat fell down the well at the old, abandoned mine?”
So as the responsible pet owner that I am, Porkroll ate my hot dog with one big sloppy gulp and didn’t even chew which if they freeloader job doesn’t work out, he could find work in the porn industry, I’m sure.

Johnny’s Hots, Delaware Avenue at Columbia Avenue- I like to call this Fishtown’s only waterfront dining establishment and one of my favorites. About 10 years ago, Johnny’s Hots was literally a shack next to a lagoon on the Delaware River, so small, you could not stretch or sneeze. But all you had to do was follow the line of truckers that parked and waited for his hot sausages, breakfast sandwiches and hot dogs. Johnny’s moved to a triangular cinderblock newly built establishment about ¼ mile north and the truckers still followed. As did the cops, the plumbers, the carpenters and everybody else. His hot dog buns are baked just for him, not too soft, not too crusty and cradle his hot dogs just perfect with toppings like sauerkraut, brown mustard, chopped onions and melted American cheese or Cheese whiz.

The Fishtown “surf and turf” (what I like to call it) is a hot dog with a fried fishcake wrapped around it-the best of land and sea.
He opens at 4:30 a.m. for his loyal breakfast sandwich crowd and he even was awarded Best Cheesesteak from Philly Magazine. But another claim to fame and public safety is when a PennDot inspector stopped at Johnny’s Hots for lunch and while driving through the hood, spotted a girder on I-95 that was cracked and ready to crumbled back in April 2008. I-95 was shut down for days while it was repaired and hopefully with the detour, more people ate at Johnny’s Hots.

Lenny’s Hot Dogs, Street Road near Buck Road, Feasterville-Ah Lenny’s, just on the outskirts of Philly past Route 1 when driving west on Street Road, one of the only few places left that serves Cherry Champ soda-bottled not on tap, but still, an A+ for effort. It was before my time, but other hot doggers tell me Lenny’s had a few shops in Philly, but his Feasterville location is all that is left. Lenny’s condiment of pepper hash is what puts him on the map-his followers swear by this topping instead of relish. His dogs have snap and you never just order one. He’s in a small strip mall shopping center called The Summit Center and sells Lucia’s water ice too, a treat to cool off your taste buds after a date with that pepper hash.
Again, nobody can ever be crowned the best hot dog, in fact, isn’t one of the better one’s you ever ate, one you grilled yourself in your own backyard?

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