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The Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival Is Coming

Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival

If you’re looking for a fun, free way to celebrate the beginning of allergy season (or what some people call, “spring”),  on Saturday, May 2, head down to Center City for the Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival. There will be a fashion show, beauty booths, live music, and most importantly food demonstrations and cocktail lounges.

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Two January Events At Lacroix

A legend just for the number of current execs and chef-owners who have done time inside its kitchen, Lacroix under chef Jon Cichon is a house in transition, moving toward a more modern, more inventive take on haute (mostly French) cuisine without sacrificing the artistry that makes the dining here so fine in the first place. Pro Tip: While dinners at Lacroix recently went fully prix fixe, if you ask nicely you can still order individual items off the tasting menu in an à la carte fashion. Breakfast of Champions: The brunch here remains the one against which all others in the city ought to be judged.  Visit one of the 50 Best Restaurants in Philadelphia:  Lacroix, 210 West Rittenhouse Square, 215-790-2533.

Lacroix at the Rittenhouse Hotel is not a restaurant that often hosts food events–at least not as often as many of the other well-known places in town. But here we are, heading into a new year, and they’ve already got two on the schedule, both of which are taking reservations now.

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Celebrate the Holiday Season Rittenhouse Style

The Rittenhouse Hotel

If you’re still looking to stuff yourself full of Christmas spirit, The Rittenhouse Hotel is hosting a series of holiday events in the next few weeks that are worth considering.

The hotel will be putting on its own gingerbread house display by The Library Bar with replicas of two Philadelphia landmarks – Betsy Ross’s house and the Philadelphia Art Museum. The gingerbread houses have been created by the Rittenhouse’s own culinary team, led by pastry chef Tova du Plessis.




But since you can't eat all the gingerbread (don't try, they'll kick you out), the hotel will be offering sweet roasted chestnuts, hot spiced apple cider, and hot chocolate as a part of their "Winter Warming Treats" every day in the lobby from 2-6 p.m.

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