The Seafood Shack’s Lobster Roll / Facebook
Craving clam strips but can’t make it to the shore? La Peg Brasserie’s got you covered this summer. Their outdoor Haas Biergarten has reopened for the season, offering a seafood-by-the-water experience on the Delaware River — minus the traffic and tolls.
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Dame Luz’s “Summertime: Outdoor 90s Dance Party” is on Friday, May 5th.
For its seasonal vibes and throwback thrills, this week’s LGBTQ event of the week is Dame Luz’s “Summertime: Outdoor ’90s Dance Party”. Enjoy a late-night free dance party featuring the sounds of one of the city’s favorite queer DJs. It’s a ’90s-themed rave, so don’t hesitate to rock out your wide-leg pants, tie a hoodie around your waist, and flip that baseball cap backwards. The event kicks off at 10:30 p.m. on Friday, May 5th, at La Peg Brasserie at Fringe Arts. Free admission. Read more »
It was a good plan: Give an amateur ice carver (Peter Woolsey) some chainsaws, a set of Japanese ice chisels and a whole lot of ice in the middle of a Philadelphia winter and let him go nuts carving an ice bar outside of La Peg. There would be cocktails, mulled wine, a shot luge. The cold days and freezing nights would keep the whole thing together for a couple weeks at least, just so long as…the temperatures…uh…
Yeah. It’s like 97 degrees outside or whatever right now. And it hasn’t exactly been frigid lately either. So guess what happened? The bar melted. Fast. It was supposed to last two weeks. Needless to say, it didn’t quite make it.
So now, Woolsey is trying again. Which makes this Pegsicle 2: The Re-Carvening.
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