Gojjo Bar & Restaurant

★★★★☆
  • 4540 Baltimore Ave

    Philadelphia, PA 19143

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  • 215-386-1444

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Mon. - Sun. 9am - 2am

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I went with some folks who have been going here for a long time. Apparently they've done a lot of renovations over the years. They have a deck and a billiard table upstairs. A lot of nice TVs. Really great food.

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I went with some folks who have been going here for a long time. Apparently they've done a lot of renovations over the years. They have a deck and a billiard table upstairs. A lot of nice TVs. Really great food.

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they've got really good ethiopian food! also, it's just a nice place to hang out. it hosts a diverse crowd of people which heavily contributes to the nice neighborhood atmosphere.

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they've got really good ethiopian food! also, it's just a nice place to hang out. it hosts a diverse crowd of people which heavily contributes to the nice neighborhood atmosphere.

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The Gojjo is a fun place to hang out. It feels familiar quickly and serves good, cheap drinks. On weekends there is sometimes a DJ spinning music, which is a lot of fun. Best of all, their kitchen is always open, so you can get American or Ethiopian food. I had no idea what Ethiopian food was like before I came to the city but now I am in love with it, and the Gojjo serves it up well. Try the beef tibs with injera, you won't be sorry! The food is as reasonably priced as the drinks, and the crowd is friendly.

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The Gojjo is a fun place to hang out. It feels familiar quickly and serves good, cheap drinks. On weekends there is sometimes a DJ spinning music, which is a lot of fun. Best of all, their kitchen is always open, so you can get American or Ethiopian food. I had no idea what Ethiopian food was like before I came to the city but now I am in love with it, and the Gojjo serves it up well. Try the beef tibs with injera, you won't be sorry! The food is as reasonably priced as the drinks, and the crowd is friendly.

Pros: Cheap drinks; super, cheap food really late; a nice crowd.

Cons: You can't rush good cookin'!

 

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