What to do on a Sunday afternoon

Sundays can be so hard.

Should you stay in and relax?

Listen to some Dusty Springfield while sipping a cup of fresh coffee?

Read the paper?

Do the laundry?

Or maybe meet up with a friend or two for some brunch, maybe even going as far as having a late lunch consisting of fine burgers and a large selection of beers and ciders. Maybe even a bloody Mary or two while you chow down on some deep fried pickles. And to add to the afternoon’s festivities maybe one of Philly’s premiere cover bands happens to be playing some fine songs.

The two things that would make it perfect would be no cover charge and being easy to get to.

Well guess what, such a thing does exist and on Sunday January 27th you can experience it with The Conshohocken Curve at The Dog & Bull Brew and Music House which is located right at the Croydon station on the Septa Trenton Line. Come out, have a delicious burger and other fine foods, drink the wide selection of beers, ales, and ciders and take the train back home to Center City.
There. That was easy wasn’t it?