The multicolored lights that enchanted visitors to Spruce Street Harbor Park last summer return in even greater numbers this summer. Photo | Matt Stanley
Mark your calendars for May 6 this year. That’s when Spruce Street Harbor Park, the pop-up park that’s turned Penn’s Landing into the place to be in summer, opens for an extended season.
The three-week head start comes courtesy of Univest Corporation and its local subsidiary Valley Green Bank, who are serving as the park’s presenting sponsors for the first time. Read more »
Spruce Street Harbor Park Returns | Photo via DRWC
Spruce Street Harbor Park is opening earlier than ever this year, Friday, May 6th. The Delaware Riverfront destination is also expanding its summer restaurant collaborations, adding Chickie’s and Pete’s fries and a Little Fat Ham to a lineup that already includes Franklin Fountain, Federal Donuts, Frozen Delights and Garces Group.
Kevin Sbraga, who just announced a second Fat Ham at the King of Prussia Mall is bringing The Little Fat Ham to the riverfront park. The shipping container-sized Fat Ham won’t be offering hot chicken but will be have hot fish sandwiches, plus pulled pork, beef brisket, spicy pork rinds, corn on the cob, homemade Southern sweet tea and old-fashioned lemonade.
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SUP Yoga at Spruce Street Harbor Park | Photo via Facebook
We are here to start your day with some great news (You can thank us later): The ladies of Aqua Vida — yep, the same ladies behind this winter’s indoor stand-up paddle board fitness classes at Drexel and the SUP yoga classes at the Spruce Street Harbor Park the past two years — just let us know they will be making their way back to Spruce Street Harbor Park come warmer weather. And here’s the really good news: They are going to be offering way than just SUP yoga this time around. Read more »