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  • Alcohol: Full Bar
  • Meals Served: Dinner, Late Night
  • Price: $$
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes
  • Hours: Wednesday through Monday: 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.; Dinner: 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. weekdays, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday; Late Night Menu to 1 a.m. nightly.

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Celebrate the Solstice with Whetstone, Ela, and Southwark

Bainbridge Green Park/Friends of Bainbridge Green

Wednesday, June 21st marks the summer solstice in the northern hemisphere — the time when the tilt of Earth on its axis puts us closest to the sun. That makes it the longest day of the year, and three of Queen Village’s top restaurants have teamed up to make the most of it with a street festival on Bainbridge Green tomorrow night.

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Philly Ranked Fifth Most Walkable City in U.S. This Year

All of Center City’s neighborhoods, from the Avenue of the Arts on down, are “Walker’s Paradises,” contributing to the city’s continued ranking among the five most walkable cities in the U.S. | Photo by Jeff Fusco

A mere two-tenths of a point dropped Philadelphia from its perch as the nation’s fourth-most-walkable city in this year’s Walk Score rankings of American cities.

Miami traded places with Philadelphia to become the No. 4 most walkable city in the U.S. on this year’s list. But no one should lament this development, for what it means is merely that cities all across America continue to up their walkability game.

A news release from Walk Score parent Redfin noted that once again, all of the 10 most walkable cities had higher Walk Scores than they did last year, and of the top 50, only Omaha saw its Walk Score fall (by a mere 0.3 point). Philadelphia’s Walk Score of 79 was 0.7 points above its showing last year, but Miami posted an even stronger gain of one full point to 79.2, putting it in fourth place and Philly in fifth. Read more »

Philly Chefs Unite to Help a Queen Village Restaurant Worker Fight Cancer

Last month, Peter Serpico threw a one-night Korean pop-up inside his namesake South Street restaurant to help raise money for his friend Theresa Lazzari who worked nearby at Southwark and Ambra, rolling out pastas in Chris D’Ambro’s kitchens. Lazzari was recently (and tragically) diagnosed with an invasive cancer, and Serpico threw the dinner to raise some money for her GoFundMe page.

Now, it’s D’Ambro’s turn to help.

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