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In honor of the inaugural First Friday happening down in Old City tomorrow, Street suggests a few other arts offerings to take advantage of this weekend
Art After 5
Performers from the Center City Opera Theatre will descend upon the Great Stair Hall of the Philadelphia Museum of Art in this French and Italian Opera Night–themed edition of the Art After 5 program. In the popular Friday–series, museum doors stay open late, offering guided tours, music and drinks to art connoisseurs.
1)500 Degrees (1504 Sansom) Get off your ass, put on your favorite spring playlist and walk across the Walnut Street bridge.
Their special thing: Truffle oil. Truffle items on the menu include truffle cheese and truffle oil as toppings, a truffle burger, and truffle fries.
What we got: Humpty Dumpty burger ($8.50- Arugula, sunny side up egg, potato crisp, braised bacon), Classic burger with raw onion and a chocolate banana milkshake ($13- burger has cheese of your choice, bibb lettuce, tomato and your choice of one topping- mine was raw onion), Truffle fries ($4)
Our experience: You have arrived at one of the best burger places ever. Literally a guy bumped into me in there and instead of just saying “Sorry” he said “Sorry- it’s the best burger place in town, right?” It’s a really busy place, but if you want to do this food route/picnic right you’re going to do take out anyways. You can tell immediately by the menu that this is one of those fancy burger pl
aces- lots of unique options, which does make it slightly more expensive than something like Bobby’s.
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This corner's safe
Museum without Walls is a self–guided audio tour of Philadelphia’s public sculptures. On audio files on the museum's website, experts talk about each work for a few minutes.
I'll take you to the pastry shop
Dinner tonight just got easier.
Thank goodness they didn't mess with the coffee.
Say hello to your new favorite lunch place.
P.S.&Co: Where vegans can eat more than just air
Maybe we came a little early, but Good Stuff Eatery was
pretty empty at 6:30pm on a Tuesday night.
a.kitchen is still a stupid name.
You are probably going to fail Astro, but at least you'll have something pretty to look at while you slam your head against the wall.
I got dinner at DanDan Restaurant, the new venture from the former managers of Han Dynasty.
@Vegans: alert, alert
You will sit; you will eat; you will love
Stephen Starr’s Parc, con- veniently located across from Rittenhouse Square, stands out as a great appreciation of French food.