Here are the newest businesses to debut in Philadelphia

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Itching to hit up the newest businesses to open in Philadelphia? From a recreation center and nightclub to a board game cafe, read on to see the newest hot spots to open their doors around town.

Rec & Royal

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Head over to 111 S. 17th St. in Rittenhouse and you'll find Rec & Royal, a new bar and karaoke spot.

This spot, which debuted in fall 2019, combines an adult recreation center, karaoke bar, nightclub and brunch experience, according to its website

Workhorse Brewing Company

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Stroll past 2401 Walnut St. in Rittenhouse and you'll find Workhorse Brewing Company, a new brewery.

This spot, which also has a location in King of Prussia, is a six-month pop-up brewery, according to its website. The spot also partnered with Spread Bagelry to offer bites like flatbread pizzas and bagel chip nachos. 

The Basement Board Game Cafe

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A new addition to Roxborough, The Basement Board Game Cafe is a cafe that's located at 6109 Ridge Ave.

This BYOB-friendly cafe offers up to 500 board games for $10 per player, according to Patch.com. On the menu, look for grilled cheese sandwiches, veggie boards and coffee. 

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