Pentridge Station, the out-of-the-way beer garden in West Philly’s Cedar Park neighborhood, opened this past weekend at 5116 Pentridge Street.
When was the last time you drank wine from a box? Whether it was last night or in high school (no visible liquid line means parents can’t tell you’re sneaking, obvs), La Peg is highlighting wines sold in this oft-misunderstood, stay-fresh packaging next week at Shadowboxin’, their outdoor box wine party set to a hip-hop soundtrack.
Back in April, we reported that an out-of-the-way block in West Philly’s Cedar Park neighborhood might get a new beer garden and community gathering spot from a team that includes Dahlak bar and entertainment manager Ephream Amare Seyoum.
Last week, one of the organizers, Jocelyn DeGroot-Lutzner, announced to a neighborhood Facebook group that the clearing of the vacant lot on the 5100 block of Pentridge Street has begun, and Pentridge Station has an opening date.
Philadelphia loves its pop-up and permanent beer gardens — and this year, you’ll have plenty of places to add to your beer-garden bucket list, including a few great spots in the suburbs. Here’s everything you need to know about the city’s full lineup of beer gardens for the 2017 season, from where you can go for outdoor drinking now to insider details on beer gardens opening in the coming weeks.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s pop-up garden at 15th and South is in full bloom, serving up cold drinks and tasty eats run by East Passyunk’s Cantina Los Caballitos seven nights a week.
But every other Thursday starting next week, PHS will host some of the city’s top chefs for a guest series at their flagship pop-up — and now, they’ve announced the lineup of heavy hitters who will be bringing their chops to the garden.
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.
It’s the time of year when the deets on soon-to-open beer gardens fly fast and furious. Today, Independence Beer Garden in Old City dropped its start date, drinks list, and menu. And the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society announced its plans for two pop-ups: its flagship near 15th and South and a new University City spot at 36th and Filbert.
The family behind Baltimore Avenue’s Eritrean restaurant and bar Dahlak is working with a neighborhood-based developer to open Pentridge Station, a family-friendly pop-up beer garden and social space, in southwest Cedar Park.
Every spring, beer gardens pop like cherry blossoms across Philadelphia in vacant lots, historic sites, and parks. These sometimes controversial spots provide spaces to gather outdoors and enjoy the warm weather over a frosty beverage.
Philly’s (and the world’s) tallest, SkyGarten — which looms 51 stories above street level — has reopened for a second season of German-inspired festivity in the Sky Philadelphia space atop 3 Logan Square (1717 Arch Street).
(Also, we hate to burst your bubble—but it’s just a coincidence that we’re posting this headline on 4/20. Only legal substances are served at SkyGarten.)