The Lodge at Winterfest

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  • Hours: Winterfest's hours are 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. daily. The Lodge will serve from 5 to 10 p.m. Monday to Friday, and noon to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

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Quizzo Bowl X Sets Sail on Saturday

spirit-quizzo-bowl-xJohnny Goodtimes has been hosting quizzo at Philadelphia bars for more than a decade now. And his premier event, Quizzo Bowl is in its tenth year and he’s taking the event that’s much more than a pub quiz to the high seas. This Saturday, Goodtimes and teams of trivia nerds and aces will board the Spirit of Philadelphia for a three hour tour of the Delaware River. In addition to the trivia questions, live music and a cast of characters. TJ Kong will headline the entertainment.

So get your smartest friends together, get your tickets now and compete in the event where more than $1,500 in prizes will be handed out. The ship leaves at 2:30 p.m. and will return in time for an after party at Penns Landing’s Winterfest.

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Details on the Lodge at Waterfront Winterfest

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Things are happening on the Delaware Riverfront. Friday, November 29th is the official opening of The Lodge at Waterfront Winterfest with chef George Sabatino in the kitchen. Winterfest is a new seasonal experience that includes the RiverRink, a holiday craft market curated by Art Star Craft Bazaar, landscaping by Groundswell Design Group, the team behind the PHS Pop-up beer garden and the Lodge, a heated and tented structure made exclusively of shipping containers that will be serving up a entertainment, light fare and seasonal cocktails for 500 people.

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Winter Wonderland and Restaurant Coming to Penn’s Landing

George Sabatino and Avram Hornik are creating a winter wonderland on the Delaware.

This winter there will be a lot more than just a ice-skating rink. | Photo by G. WIDMAN FOR GPTMC

The Blue Cross RiverRink on the Delaware Riverfront is turning twenty years old this year and the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation has some great sounding plans for the rink this year. Between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Eve the waterfront will be hosting a pop-up holiday village. The grounds will be designed by David Fierabend  of Groundswell Design (Morgan’s Pier, PHS Pop Up Garden) and will feature a 400-person warming tent. The tent will house a temporary bar and restaurant by Four Corners’ Management (Avram Hornik) and chef George Sabatino. Sabatino will be serving up a menu of “winter favorites” in a restaurant surrounded by garden grounds of pine trees, fire pits and the ice rink.

So basically, what they’re creating is a winter equivalent to the PHS Pop Up Garden. Complete with the same designer and operator. Sounds good to us.


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