Philadelphia, PA - Introducing a traveling holiday food market brought to you by the leading female entrepreneurs of Philadelphia's hospitality scene, dubbed "Sisterly Love Citywide Food Fair."
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The Sisterly Love Citywide Food Fair celebrates Women's History Month by announcing four new dates and locations for the popular traveling pop-up food fair presented by top female chefs, restaurateurs, and entrepreneurs.
Dreamed up locally by the leading female restaurateurs with inspiration occurring nationally, The Sisterly Love Citywide Food Fair is a women-led initiative. To promote Philadelphia-based and female-run hospitality business affected by the pandemic by way of traveling food markets. It's time to unite, support each other and bring some socially distanced fun.
For Saturday, March 6th, the Sisterly Love Citywide Food Fair is heading to the Main Line and Philadelphia Suburbs for the first time with a pop-up this Saturday in Downtown Ardmore. Ardmore Initiative and Restaurant Marokko will host dozens of local and regional vendors on March 6th, from Noon to 2:00 pm, in Schauffele Plaza. Ardmore Music Hall will provide entertainment for the day, playing music from their archives as a bonus!
On Saturday, March 13th, the Sisterly Love Citywide Food Fair heads to Northern Liberties for the first time, popping up at Hudson Table at the Piazza. The March 13th event will take place from Noon to 2 pm and feature female-led vendors from the neighborhood and across the city. This event is co-hosted by Hudson Table, Northern Liberties Business Improvement District, and Aversa PR.
For Saturday, March 20th, look for a special Sisterly Love Food Fair Brunch Takeover at the brand new Bridget Foy's from 11:00 am to 2:00 pm.
For the grand finale for Women's History Month, the Sisterly Love Food Fair heads to Cherry Street Pier for the first time on Saturday, March 27th. This specially extended event will be hosted by Lokal Artisan Foods and French Toast Bites. They will host her official grand opening that very same weekend at the Pier. Look for extended hours from Noon to 4:00 pm.
See Full List of Events at The Philadelphia Caller
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