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In Michael Solomonov’s na­tive Is­rael, pitch­ers of lip-smacking Le­mo­nana are as com­mon on the ta­bles at the sea­side Tel Aviv restau­rants as wa­ter. So when he and part­ner Steve Cook opened Za­hav, there was no ques­tion the mint-and­ver­bena-in­fused lemon­ade would be part of the cock­tail pro­gram. “We use a ton of fresh herbs in our cook­ing; the cock­tails should serve as a com­ple­ment to those bold fla­vors. And be­cause of that our cock­tails tend to be herba­ceous and fit for easy drink­ing,” says bev­er­age man­ager Jeff Bar­tash. 237 St. James Drury Beer Gar­den Tucked be­hind Greek eatery, Opa is a beer gar­den that has cock­tails and drafts flow­ing all night in a cool out­door pa­tio. With a ca­sual menu to match, it’s a great place to kick back and en­joy the sum­mer­time. 1311 San­som St., 215.545.0170 South Take on the Philadel­phia heat like a true south­erner at South’s out­door pa­tio. Head over dur­ing their “Hours of Hap­pi­ness” Tu- F 4 pm- 7 pm, where drinks like their award win­ning Ap­ple Pie Mar­tini are dis­counted. 600 N. Broad St., 215. 600.0220 Si­t­u­ated right across from Rit­ten­house Square Park, pro­vides a full menu of re­fresh­ing cock­tails and a prime spot for peo­ple watch­ing. 1737 Wal­nut St., 215.825.7035

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