Today is officially the first day of summer! There are a ton of events to help kick off the summer in Philly. Get out there! Go Explore! Check out a new neighborhood!
Looking for a great outdoor spot to grab a drink? Parks on Tap is at Schuylkill River Trail this weekend! Grab a beer and some snacks and enjoy the city riverside views. Take a spot in a free yoga class by Roots2Grow or catch the screening of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off on Thursday night.
If you prefer hanging out with your furry friends, (as I do) head to the other side of the city for Barks on Tap at Mario Lanza Park in Queen Village, a spin off of Parks on Tap...with dogs! Owners can bring their pups to the fenced in, off-leash dog park and enjoy drinks and snacks. All the proceeds from this event will benefit Queen Village Neighborhood Association.
Heading to Midtown Village for the city's most anticipated outdoor market? Don't miss the Night Market Philadelphia in the Gayborhood. The Food Trust's traveling street market offers an awesome selection of food trucks, drinks and live music. Learn more about The Food Trust cause and how they're helping local food entrepreneurs and Philadelphia Communities.
Old City Eats occurs every Thursday evening in the Old City neighborhood and offers food and drink specials at local restaurants. The summer special kicks off tonight with a block party from 5 PM - 8 PM! Grab a table outside and enjoy the live music and dueling pianos on 2nd and Market Streets.
Soccer anyone? You can't make it through the weekend without seeing a game on somewhere! Although the US Men's team didn't make this round of the World Cup, there are many must-see games going on! Local Philly bars are featuring all of the World Cup games throughout the weekend. Stop by, grab a beer at any of these bars and enjoy the most popular sporting event in the world!
Brauhaus Schmitz; 718 South St.
The Black Sheep; 247 S 17th St.
Fado Irish Pub; 1500 Locust St.
The 700; 700 N. 2nd St.
Cavanaugh's Rittenhouse; 1832 Sansom St.
Tir Na Nog; 1600 Arch St.
Philly is sprawling with growth! You'd be surprised by the great little neighborhoods you never knew had such personality and character...until you check them out!
Author:Corrin Marrazzo Phone: 267-566-2021 Dated: June 21st 2018 Views: 131 About Corrin: ...
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