Starting Friday, May 24th, the Trestle Inn is taking it to the street with their Friday Nite Backyard Barbecue, Callowhill Street to be exact. Enjoy a free happy hour Whiskey Sour from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Old Forester pitcher and craft cans are also on special. The sidewalks will come alive with sidewalk go-go by The Trestle Specials and food from some of Philly’s favorite food trucks.
Having snack options at the movies other than popcorn are great, but popcorn is still our snack of choice. We just wish these restaurants and bars sold their varieties of popcorn in theaters.
Here are our votes for best popcorn in Philadelphia.
Everyone’s favorite Eraserhood whiskey bar is throwing a battle royale. On Wednesday, March 27th, from 6-9 p.m., The Trestle Inn is hosting a bourbon battle, where contenders will be mixing up their best bourbon cocktail and finding out where theirs stand amongst the rest.
Yes, today is 65 degrees out, and yes, it’s the end of January, but the thing is, it’s still January, and Spring is a little down the ways. So let’s enjoy it.
Tonight, from 7-11 p.m., The Trestle Inn will be hosting the Dr. ZhivaGo-Go Winter Party. Think dancing snow bunnies, $5 Svedka shots, a trunk and fashion show by Janell Wysock, Soviet-themed remixes, and an ice luge.
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Don’t have anything to do but sit home alone and watch scary movies on the night of fright? Well, change of plans. Grab your costume and make your way to the Trestle Inn for the Voodoo Boogaloo Halloween Dance Party. Join the likes of Go Go girls and sip on some bewitchingly spooky cocktails or pumpkin beers at special discounted prices. Start rummaging through your closet and throw something together so you can have a Halloween to (or not) remember.
Remember that show on Game Show Network we told you was looking for contestants back in May? Well they found contestants, alright, and they are from the Philadelphia area. Tonight at 9 p.m. on GSN watch three Philly residents compete against professional chefs in the kitchen on Beat the Chefs. $25,000 is up for grabs, if only the locals can take the heat.
The competitors are Michael Pearlman, a beer industry consultant who has worked with Trestle Inn and Khyber Pass; Stephanie Singer, an experience design specialist and board president of Mill Creek Farm; and Joe Hardy, a new resident opening his own food cart.
You can watch live with the contestants at North Bowl at 2nd and Poplar at 9 p.m.
Though the parkway will be crowded with thousands and thousands tomorrow and most businesses are closing, a few restaurants will remain open for the holiday. Here are some Fourth-O’-July specials and some places, well, we’re just happy they’re opening.
This Saturday, June 16th The Trestle Inn weekend brunch is taking a leave of absence for the summer and the Blockhead Barbeque is taking its place. From 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. every Saturday and Sunday, Trestle Inn will be offering drink and food specials in their new outdoor seating area.
Burgers, house-made sausages, and $2 sides – like cole slaw, mac n’ cheese, baked beans, and pickled veggies – will be served as well as $1 hot dogs from noon to 2 p.m. Happy Hour Whiskey Sour pitchers will be $18, and the Flower Power and Black Power Whiskey Sour pitchers will be $25. Craft beer pitchers will be available from $15-25.
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Decisions, decisions, do you prefer your Allagash beer with Jose Garces’ Latin-Asian food or with go-go girls at the Trestle Inn. That’s the choice this week as Allagash is at Chifa on Thursday and the Trestle Inn tomorrow.
On tap at the Trestle Inn will be:
Bourbon Barrel Black, a Belgian style stout aged in Jim Beam barrels.
Allagash Odyssey, a dark wheat beer aged for ten months
Saison Mihm, a Belgian farm-house style ale brewed with local honey
Allagash White, a wheat beer brewed with a generous portion of wheat and spiced with coriander and Curacao orange peel.
The fun starts at 7 p.m.