Philadelphia, PA - With summer now in full swing, things are starting to get back to normal. Many Philadelphians are looking to get out and explore the city after a year-long pandemic and mask-waring. Listed below are a few of Philadelphia and the surrounding regions' events, openings, and things to do each week.
Summertime 2021, Events, Opening's, and More
Check back each week for updates and new articles on what to do in and around Philly.
The market will be returning for its third year on Thursday, June 17, 2021. This year's market will be held every Thursday from 3 to 7 p.m. until the fall (September 30, 2021). It will be located in the municipal lot located off Park Drive by the intersection of Commerce Street – between Washington Street and Rancocas Road, directly behind the Mount Holly Township Municipal Building and Mount Holly Police Department.
Terrassa Fishtown is an outdoor industrial-style space along Frankford Avenue that, unlike the Fabrika, will offer a casual, family-friendly fare with shareable international plates and centered around Chef Shain Wancio's handmade folded flatbread skewers.
Guests are tasked with inspecting the crime scene, gathering the clues, and questioning the suspects they meet along the way. In addition, perhaps, just perhaps, they can stay one step ahead of a murderer, avoid a similar fate, and have a chance to solve a "Murder in the Jazz Age."
At The Borscht Belt, diners will find unique design elements and imagery that re-create a Dirty Dancing and Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. The vibe honors the region's rich history, alongside a menu chock full of favorited Jewish-American Deli staples.
In the Café, the museum's largest food outlet, visitors will find locally grown produce, local bread products, and locally sourced beers as part of the daily menu. Constellation Culinary Group will be launching a Chef in Residence program. A local chef will "take over" the Local & Global station in the servery. Guest chefs will begin their residency the first weekend of each month, coinciding with the popular Pay-What-You-Wish admission offering on the first Sunday of the month and every Friday night from 5:00–8:45 p.m
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