Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll
Most affordable festival returns to West Philadelphia
September 18, 2014
5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Rain or Shine
After a successful summer event in June, the Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll is returning in September for an evening of live music and $1 deals.
The popular series features more than 30 West Philly businesses setting up shop on the sidewalk on Baltimore Avenue from 43rd to 51st Streets with a variety of foods, gifts and services available for just $1. The cheap thrills are accompanied by live music and street performances.
The Food and Drink
A wide array of restaurants set up shop outdoors along the sidewalks of Baltimore Avenue. Look for West Philly’s Green Line Cafe to dish hot dogs, carrot dogs and creamy Weckerly’s ice cream. Gold Standard Cafe will provide mini sandwiches, Desi Village will serve samosas and mango lassis and the popular Mariposa Food Co-op to satisfy the sweet tooth with banana whips and cookies.
Plus, deals from Little Baby’s Ice Cream, Dahlak Restaurant, Milk and Honey Market, Vientiane Cafe, Hibiscus Cafe and more will pop up along the avenue.
Numerous food trucks will also set up shop at the event, including the Tot Cart, Lil’ Pop Shop, Milk and Sugar and The Whirly Pig.
For brews, report to Dock Street Brewery at 50th Street and Baltimore Avenue to serve up seven-ounce pours of craft brews and pint glasses.
Shopping and Entertainment
The September Dollar Stroll will feature numerous performers including jugglers, fire artists and musit from Y-Not Radio at the 46th Street Triangle.
Scoop up West Philly notecards and patches at VIX Emporium, tickets to preview performances from Curio Theatre Company, edible herb starters from Greensgrow West, swag from the Friends of Clark Park and more.
For a complete list of participating vendors and $1 offers, click the button below.
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