Weekend: Art Shows and What to do on Super Bowl Sunday


It’s First Friday and we have two art-related picks for you. Local artist Mike Geno who specializes in food related artwork is having a cheese centered exhibition opening tonight at Wedge + Fig from 5 to 8 p.m. On South Street Hawk Krall will be having an opening reception for his hot dog prints at Hot Diggity on South Street.The reception runs from 6 to 9 p.m. and original paintings and prints will be for sale.


As we pointed out earlier today, Teresa’s Next Door has a monstrously good beer list.

Philly Roller Girls and the Abbaye host their second annual vegan chicken wing eating contest. The meatless gluttony gets going at 4 p.m.


Amis kicks Super Bowl Sunday off with industry brunch. Here are some other things happening for the Super Bowl.

City Tap House is offering New England and New York drafts for $4.

Distrito has endless tacos and enchiladas for $25. Dos Equis drafts are just $2.

Kite and Key is hosting its Savage Super Bowl Sixtel Sunday. The event will include some of Kite Key’s favorite beers but they won’t reveal the list until the tap the sixtels.

Lemon Hill is hosting its Supper Bowl with an all-you-can-eat buffet pitting New York versus New England.

Local 44 is aiming for the sweet spot of football fan and Dickens aficionado with its Dickens quizzo. That weird mash-up starts at 9.

London Grill is hosting an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ Superbowl Party.  For $20 per person, guests will feast on food and enjoy a “Citywide Special,” a shot of Powers Irish whiskey and a PBR pounder.

And if you have no interest in the Super Bowl, Tria’s Sunday School will be uncharacteristically uncrowded.