Weekend: Festivals and Crawls Abound


Nick Macri channeled Homer Simpson in his winning Hop Chef dish. Try it this weekend at Southwark.

Cheu Noodle Bar is celebrating almost having their liquor license with one free Pabst per person with the purchase of food from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Also on special tonight, crispy chicken liver, ramp and black vinegar.


The countdown to the Headhouse Square Farmers’ Market officially begins tomorrow (opening is set for Sunday, May 5). The Food Trust is hosting a home-style pancake breakfast, prepared by Mitch and Jennifer Prensky of Supper restaurant.

Hope you have your tickets already for the sold out Flavors of the Avenue.If so, we’ll see you there. If not, there is plenty of other stuff to do.

We hope you didn’t forget. Saturday is the Festival of Forgiven Foods at the Reading Terminal.

Knowing that this will be the 15th annual Manayunk Brewery Brew Fest makes us feel really old. But hey,we can still drink beer. Yay!

Spring has sprung and so has South Street West. Check out all the new bars and all faves along the corridor.


Look for food trucks along Eastern State Penitentiary during the Fairmount Arts Crawl. Or just pick a restaurant after you’ve digested enough art.

All the Doc Magrogan locations are hosting oyster and beer festivals.

Taste of the Nation is bringing 30+ restaurants to Hotel Monaco to raise money to combat childhood hunger.