Hard Rock Cafe Philadelphia

1113-31 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
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Hours of Operation

Restaurant Hours:

Sun - Thu 11:00AM - 11:00PM
Fri & Sat 11:00AM - 12:00AM

Bar Hours:

Sun - Thu 11:00AM - 11:00PM
Fri & Sat 11:00AM - 12:00AM


Sun - Thu 10:00AM - 11:00PM
Fri & Sat 10:00AM - 12:00AM

Park for $10, ask us how!

Holiday Hours:

Thanksgiving  11:00AM - 11:00PM

Christmas Eve 11:00AM - 5:00PM

Christmas Day Closed

Hard Rock Cafe Philadelphia Memorabilia

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Guns N' Roses

Mic Stand

Axl Rose used this custom mic stand during Guns N’ Roses’ epic ‘Use Your Illusion’ tour. One of the most ambitious concert tours in history, ‘Use Your Illusion’ ran from January 1991 to July 1993 and visited 27 countries.

Van Halen


In 2007, as Eddie Van Halen was developing his personal line of EVH guitars, 15 prototypes were crafted by Fender for his testing and approval. This is the fourth one made. It has been played and modified extensively by Eddie himself.

Elton John

Striped Suit

As one of the most flamboyant and beloved stars in the rock galaxy, Sir Elton John has made almost as big a mark in the world of fashion as he has in music. This pinstriped suit – created by Nutters of London – was part of his wardrobe in 1975.

Elvis Presley

Handmade Cape

In May of 1977, Shirley Tompkins of the Philadelphia Elvis fan club presented this amazing hand-made cape to the King at his show right here in Philly at the famous Spectrum. Less than three months later, the King was gone

Alice in Chains

Acoustic Guitar

One of the great bands of the ‘90s grunge era, Seattle’s Alice in Chains brought some classic metal sounds to the grunge party and released a string of classic albums. Guitarist Jerry Cantrell used this lovely Guild acoustic during the recording of the band’s 1996 album, ‘Unplugged’.

Led Zeppelin


Though Jimmy Page and Robert Plant get most of the Led Zeppelin glory, bassist John Paul Jones was every bit as crucial to the Zeppelin sound. His skill as an arranger rivals his incredible bass playing and the grooves he developed with John Bonham are among the heaviest in music history. This unusual Framus Triumph electric upright bass belonged to John Paul Jones.

John Lennon

Black Turtleneck Sweater

After the Beatles abandoned the uniforms of their early days and adopted a freer, more personal approach to their image, John went for a bit of a beatnik look with this black turtleneck. He owned it in the mid-’60s.

Michael Jackson


The late, great King of Pop wore this stylish jacket in the mid ‘70s when he was tearing up stages and sales charts worldwide as a member of the Jackson 5.

Elvis Presley


The image of Elvis Presley fronting his original band whilst wearing a gold lamé jacket is as iconic as it gets. It represents all that was young, cool and free about Elvis in the fifties. In his gold lamé jacket, Elvis was truly THE KING. This is one of his original jackets from the mid-fifties. He wore it onstage with Scotty Moore, Bill Black and D.J. Fontana often.

Mumford & Sons

Upright Bass

London’s Mumford & Sons are at the vanguard of the contemporary roots music scene and have enjoyed worldwide success with their unique and finely-crafted take on traditional folk and Americana styles. This 5-string upright bass was bassist Ted Dwayne’s main instrument during the band’s formative years. The rigors of the road forced him to retire it in 2009 when the group recorded their breakthrough album ‘Sigh No More’.

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