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“Italy on Your Plate and the World in Your Glass” Panorama features the largest Wine dispensing system in the world certified by Guinness World Records, offering over 150 wines by the glass. Travel the World, One Glass at a Time- Try a “Panorama Flight”- a personal wine tasting of 5 different wines grouped by style or region. Panorama’s menu includes fresh homemade pastas, exquisite antipasti, and authentic Italian entrées in a trattoria-style setting.
Pizza, pasta and booze at Wm. Mulherin’s Sons in Fishtown | Photograph by Christopher Leaman
It can sometimes be hard for even the most dedicated gastronauts to keep up with all the changes happening in Philly’s restaurant scene. And when it comes to Italian food — where we change so fast and so fundamentally that entire neighborhoods can turn over from one month to the next — it’s almost impossible.
What you need is a guide. A list of places to eat right now. And we’re here to help. Below is a list of the Italian restaurants that matter most in Philly right now — the best, the newest, the most interesting, and those that have recently gone through some major changes. They’re in no particular order, but every single one of them is worth your time and attention.
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To celebrate its 75th anniversary, the Philadelphia History Museum is throwing it back, way back. Their 6th annual Cocktails in the Courtyard event is going retro with a “Summer of ’75” theme this year.
There will be live DJs (reminding you why disco is no longer popular) and images projected showing what summer in Philly looked like in the 70’s (reminding you why short shorts had to die). The event will feature food from El Rey, Panorama, and Campo’s Deli. Drinks will be provided by Penn Rye Vodka, Dock Street Brewing Co., Saint Benjamin’s Brewery, and 2nd Story Brewery. And most importantly there will be a wine and Tastykake pairing.
The party will be held Thursday, June 16th starting at 6 p.m. Tickets are going for $30 each, $50 if you buy two, and if you’re a member you get a discounted price.
Even if you’re not a history buff, at least go to find out exactly which wine pairs best with a Krimpet.
Cocktails in the Courtyard [Get your tickets here]
If you’ve been holding out on throwing yourself into the Wine Week festivities until the weekend, tonight is your chance to catch up on all of the drinking.
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