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  • Green Line Cafe

    Joyous neighborhood java

    Outside at the Green Line Cafe in Powelton Village.

    Owned by an artist and her brother-in-law, all three Green Line locations serve only organic, free trade-certified coffee and locally sourced sodas and food.

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  • Green Line Cafe

    Organic coffee and locally sourced fare in two Spruce Hill locations

    Owned by an artist and her brother-in-law, all three Green Line and its twosister locations serve only organic, free trade-certified coffee and locally sourced sodas and food.Plus, the artwork on the walls changes frequently and is always for sale.

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  • Gunners Run

    Casual eats and plenty of outdoor seats

    Vegetarians and vegans can accompany their meat-eating friends to this casual spot, named for the natural creek that originally bordered the neighborhood.

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  • Hickory Lane

    Three squares of seasonal bites

    The menu changes frequently at this neighborhood fave, which uses in-season ingredients for lunch, dinner and brunch.

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  • Honey’s Sit ‘N’ Eat

    Homestyle Southern food worth the wait

    With plates packed with latkes, grits, challah French toast and drop biscuits with sausage gravy, it’s amazing the crowds aren’t even larger.

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  • Hotel Fiesole

    A boutique hotel in Skippack Village with killer brunch

    Hotel Fiesole combines old-world charm with the finest modern amenities.

    Combining old-world charm with the finest modern amenities, Skippack’s Hotel Fiesole features 16 uniquely different guest rooms, Continental European cuisine served in both fine and casual dining atmospheres, a full service live entertainment lounge and banquet facilities for all occasions.

    Make sure you take in the the intricate woodwork, open air lobby and breathtaking stained glass ceilings.

    And Sunday morning means a champagne brunch buffet — one of the best in the region. Guests can choose from lobster eggs Benedict, gnocchi du jour, antipasto and a wide array of pastries.

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  • Independence Beer Garden

    Outdoor retreat just steps from Independence Mall

    Independence Beer Garden is a massive new outdoor retreat in Philadelphia's most historic neighborhood.

    Independence Beer Garden (IBG) is a 20,000-square-foot outdoor retreat overlooking the Liberty Bell Center and Independence National Historical Park.

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  • Jack’s Firehouse

    Get fired up for solid American fare and an impressive whiskey list

    Set in a 19th-century firehouse—the fireman’s pole is still standing—Jack’s has been serving innovative American cuisine, along with impressive whiskey and scotch selections, to neighbors and visitors for more than 20 years.

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  • Jamaican Jerk Hut

    Delicious Carribean food accompanied by equally delightful outdoor dining

    Jamaican Jerk Hut

    The Jamaican Jerk Hut is an extremely friendly BYOB restaurant specializing in authentic Caribbean food.

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  • Keating’s River Grill

    Waterfront dining at the Hyatt Regency Penn’s Landing

    Get fantastic views of the Delaware River from the Terrace at Keating's River Grill.

    For a waterfront dining experience, look no further than Keating’s River Grill at the Hyatt Regency Penn’s Landing.

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  • King George II Inn

    The oldest continuously operated inn in America

    The historic King George II Inn dates way back to 1681 and has welcomed notable guests such as Gregory Peck, Katherine Hepburn and even George Washington.

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  • King’s Oak

    Favorite spot for everyone’s happiest hour

    With $3 happy hour pickle shots, $2 PBR draughts all day every day and $20 bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys for brunch, the budgeting crowd gets their cheap drink on here.

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  • Kite & Key

    Local bar that would make Franklin proud

    Enjoy the evening air at Kite & Key.

    Named for Ben Franklin’s famous experiment with electricity, Kite & Key has one cask, 16 taps, countless bottles and even some cans of local, domestic and foreign beers.

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  • La.Va Cafe

    A neighborhood cafe anchoring the corner of 21st and South

    Coffee shop by day, BYOB by night, this comfortable venue serves Israeli-style treats along with pastries and coffees.

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  • Le Virtu

    A tasty tour of the Abruzzi table

    An impressive wine list complements the authentic Abruzzese cuisine prepared in an open kitchen. An intimate dining room and outdoor patio complete the warm and rustic atmosphere, and the seasonal menu melds local produce and meats with artisanal delicacies like honey and sheep’s milk cheeses imported from Italy’s Abruzzi region.

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  • Liberty Block Party
    Wawa Welcome America!

    An all-day shindig to kick off the city’s 4th of July celebrations

    The block party goes down at the Shops at Liberty Place, located between the Liberty One and Liberty Two buildings.

    The Shops at Liberty Place and Wawa Welcome America are teaming up to kick off 4th of July festivities right by hosting the Liberty Block Party on Saturday, June 28 from noon to 10 p.m.

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  • Llama Tooth

    Eclectic home for comforting foods

    The mural-clad outdoor patio and huge menu of bottled microbrews at eclectic bistro Llama Tooth caters to the pre-club crowds, while the unpretentious kitchen (barbecue pork mac and cheese, turkey meatloaf and veggie burgers) has an everyman appeal.

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  • London Grill

    A mainstay destination for local brews, burgers and finer dining

    London Grill

    A neighborhood staple since 1991, London Grill is one part pub, with local microbrews on tap and a classic cocktail menu, and one part white tablecloth restaurant.

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  • LOVE Your Park Week

    Making Philadelphia’s great public spaces even better

     LOVE Your Park Week is a weeklong festival complete with volunteer opportunities, clean up days and other events.

    Philadelphia’s third annual “LOVE Your Park Week” allows residents to pitch in and help clean up some of Philadelphia’s 10,000-acre park system — and then enjoy the spaces with festivals, family-friendly days and more.

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  • Made In America Music Festival

    Labor Day weekend festival on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway returns for its third year

    The crowd at Made In America.

    The Budweiser Made In America Festival is a massive musical celebration that takes over the Benjamin Franklin Parkway on Labor Day weekend.

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  • Memphis Taproom

    Craft beers, creative sandwiches and an outdoor patio

    An epic bottled beer list is just one highlight of the vegan-friendly Memphis Taproom, which also boasts 10 craft beers on tap and extensive brunch, lunch and dinner menus.

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  • Mercato

    A former market comes back to life

    Mercato BYOB

    Located in what used to be a neighborhood corner market, Mercato — which means “market” in Italian — expands on its namesake theme by emphasizing fresh, local ingredients in its contemporary Italian menu.

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  • Meritage

    Fusion fare complemented by a spectacular wine list

    Meritage features a fusion menu dotted with signature dishes, such as the local favorite Korean fried chicken. Two seating areas, a bar and a wine list praised by both Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast round out the dining experience.

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  • Morgan’s Pier

    Perfect summer dining and nightlife on the Delaware River Waterfront

    Morgan's Pier is named after George C. Morgan, the first person to cross the Ben Franklin Bridge.

    One of Philadelphia’s most popular summer hotspots, Morgan’s Pier is an oasis of craft beer, delicious food and incredible live music on the Delaware River Waterfront.

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  • Moshulu

    Enjoy a breathtaking view of the Philadelphia skyline with your meal

    Moshulu

    During the warmer weather months, you can enjoy a drink or a meal on the historic ship’s multi-level decks and take in the Philadelphia skyline and the shimmering lights on the Benjamin Franklin Bridge.

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  • Mt. Airy Street Fare

    Sip, savor and stroll along Germantown Avenue

    Sip, savor and stroll down Germantown Ave. during Mt. Airy Street Fare.

    Sip, savor and stroll your way through Mt. Airy during Street Fare, an evening of food and fun along Germantown Avenue.

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  • Night Market — Chinatown

    Philadelphia’s favorite street festival closes out its year in Center City

    The last Night Market of the season is set for Thursday, October 2 in Chinatown.

    The last Night Market of the season is set for Thursday, October 2 in Chinatown. With an epicenter at 10th and Race streets, expect the great food selection that Night Markets have been known for, as well as lion dancing and kung fu.

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  • Night Market – Lancaster Avenue

    Popular street food festival returns to West Philly

    Last year's Night Market in Fairmount drew tens of thousands of people for food, drinks, music and more.

    Night Market, Philadelphia’s favorite street food festival with food trucks, live music, beer and art, hits Lancaster Avenue in West Philadelphia on Thursday, August 14.

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  • Night Market – West Oak Lane

    Popular street food festival brings dozens of food trucks to West Oak Lane

    Last year's Night Market in Fairmount drew tens of thousands of people for food, drinks, music and more.

    Night Market, Philadelphia’s favorite street food festival with food trucks, live music, beer and art, hits 72nd St. and Ogontz Ave. on June 19.

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  • Night Market Old City

    Popular street food festival arrives in Philly’s historic district

    Night Market is Philadelphia's favorite street food festival.

    Night Market, Philadelphia’s favorite street food festival with food trucks, live music, beer and art, hits Old City on May 15.

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