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  • Alla Spina

    Italian for beer

    The delicious burger at Alla Spina.

    Negronis on tap, rare Italian craft beers and innovative bar food done up how only Marc Vetri can (mortadella hot dogs! veal milanese hoagies!) are just part of what to expect from one of Philly’s best beer-centric restaurants.

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  • Cafe L’Aube

    Crepe escape

    Whether you like your crepes sweet or savory, L’Aube (“the dawn”) will griddle their way into your Gallic heart. The coffee, which they roast themselves, doesn’t hurt either.

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  • Clemente Park and Playground

    An outdoor homerun

    Children cooling off at Clemente Park and Playground.

    Named for legendary baseball player and humanitarian Roberto Clemente, Spring Garden’s premier park hosts an annual “Clemente Fest” in the springtime, as well as a safe space for kids’ after-school activities.

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  • Jeanne Ruddy Dance

    First positions

    Choreographer Jeanne Ruddy’s troupe stages original works out out of the versatile Performance Garage.

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  • Kelliann’s Bar & Grill

    The corner pub

    Spring Garden’s no-frills drinkery is known for its cheap brews and heartier-than-thou comfort food menu.

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  • McCrossen’s Tavern

    Neighborhood favorite with exceptional dishes

    Chef Townsend Wentz consistently puts forth exceptional cuisine, along with a few classic favorites, in what The Philadelphia Inquirer’s Craig Laban called “the best of the Art Museum area.”

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  • Mural Arts Month

    Special events in the “City of Murals” all month-long

    'Philadelphia on a Half Tank' by Paul Santoleri

    October marks Mural Arts Month for the City of Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program.

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  • Philly Flavors

    Your friendly, neighborhood ice cream shop

    Hugely popular with Fairmount kids of all ages (that definitely includes adults), Philly Flavors serves a huge variety of ice cream treats and award-winning water ice made from scratch.

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  • Rodeph Shalom Synagogue

    A 1920s-era architectural marvel and home to the Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art

    This synagogue, built in 1927, is an outstanding example of the Byzantine style. The building, which places home to the Philadelphia Museum of Jewish Art, is free and open to the public.

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  • St. Stephen’s Green

    Relaxing pub atmosphere on Green Street

    The owners of The Black Sheep and The Bishop’s Collar teamed up to open this neighborhood spot, featuring an extensive beer list. Executive chef David Shuman adds the “gastro” to the pub experience.

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  • Studio 1831

    Everything zen

    An award-winning yoga and dance studio, 1831 also offers therapeutic massage services.

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  • The Wardrobe Boutique

    Shop discounted designer clothing for a good cause

    Shop for a good cause at The Wardrobe Boutique.

    The Wardrobe Boutique offers you the benefit of finding deeply discounted designer women’s clothing and accessories with the added bonus of helping women in the community.

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  • Umai Umai

    Roll with it

    Its name a Japanese exclamation reserved for only the most delicious bites of food, Umai has been keeping local sushi fanatics enthralled for years.

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  • Vie

    Party city

    Quickly becoming of Philly’s hottest event venues, the gorgeously appointed Vie plays host-with-the-most to all manner of upscale soirees and events.

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