Where to Eat and Drink Before the Philadelphia Flower Show

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Philadelphia, PAFlower Show Bars and Restaurants - The Philadelphia Flower Show returns to the Philadelphia Convention Center! Does the revered Philadelphia Flower Show return for another year of fabulous flora and fauna with this year's theme, Riviera Holiday – and what better way to celebrate than with aromatic cocktails inspired by the garden?


 Going to the Philadelphia Flower Show? Where to eat nearby.

From Saturday, March 29 to Sunday, March 8, the below restaurants and bars are inviting imbibers to stop by and sip on blooming beverages.

Forsythia, Old City's French restaurant from renowned Chef Christopher Kearse, is serving a robust and fresh take on a classic gin and tonic with the RBG&T ($14). Made with Bluecoat Elderflower Gin, rose, lemon, Hummingbird Bitters, and tonic, this beautifully crafted cocktail not only caught the attention of many an Instagrammers. 233 Chestnut St | (215) 644-9395 | https://www.forsythiaphilly.com/

Assembly Rooftop Lounge, the chic indoor-outdoor bar atop The Logan Hotel, is offering imbibers a London Violette ($14) made with Beefeater Gin, Crème de violette, elderflower, lemon juice, club soda, and garnished with an elegant edible flower. Guests can sip their floral cocktail while taking in sweeping views of Logan Circle. 1840 Benjamin Franklin Parkway | 215.783.4171 | https://assemblyrooftop.com

Urban Farmer, Logan Square's rustic-chic steakhouse, is offering a tribute to the Flower Show with its Riviera Holiday ($14). This fresh and floral sipper is crafted with Tito's Vodka, lavender honey, lemon, Montenegro, and nasturtium flower. 1850 Benjamin Franklin Parkway | 215.963.2788 | https://urbanfarmerphiladelphia.com

Ocean Prime, one of Center City's most gorgeous restaurants and bars, is offering the elegant Black Orchid ($14) made with Belvedere Intense Unfiltered Vodka, St. Germaine Elderflower Liqueur, hand-squeezed lemon, and white cranberry juice. This fine beverage is served with an ice ball containing a blooming orchid flower. 124 South 15th Street | 215.563.0163 | https://www.ocean-prime.com/locations-menus/philadelphia/menus

Square 1682, Center City's modern American bar and restaurant, is offering Spring Is Here Again ($12), a lavender-hued libation made with the über-popular color-changing Butterfly Pea Flower infused in Roku Gin. Paired with Italicus Bergamot Liquor, Crème de Violette, orange flower water, citrus, and egg white, this light and refreshing cocktail will be available throughout the Flower Show. 121 17th St. | (215) 563-5008 | square1682.com

Art in the Age, the home bar supply, bottle shop, and tasting room in Old City, is mixing up a Lavender Negroni ($14), made with the one-of-a-kind Tamworth Distilling Damson Gin, Dolin Blanc, Lillet, and Dashfire Lavender Bitters. This lavender libation is available exclusively during the Philadelphia Flower Show. 116 N 3rd St | (215) 922-2600 | http://artintheage.com/

Eating Near the Philadelphia Flower Show

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