La Peg at FringeArts A Contemporary American Bar

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La Peg at FringeArts Philadelphia, PA - Located in the modern-industrial FringeArts building across from the Race Street Pier, La Peg at FringeArts is a contemporary American bar and restaurant serving refined versions of comfort food classics in a dazzling setting that expands the city’s historic Old City district to include the banks of the Delaware River. 

The dynamic space is a fitting backdrop for Chef Woolsey’s familiar-yet-elevated fare, marrying classic dishes with his mastery of French technique.  The restaurant frequently hosts live performances in cooperation with FringeArts, working closely with President Nick Stuccio, ranging from bands to pop-up performances to cabarets; brunch is available on weekends, and a bar and late-night menu offers a wealth of dining options to suit everything from a casual visit to a full, multi-course meal.  They are also proud to host private parties of all sizes.


Announcement - Saturday, June 3, La Peg at FringeArts will debut Margs, Marys and Mimosas, an early Saturday-and-Sunday special that’s perfect for taking in the sunshine along Philadelphia’s beautiful Delaware River waterfront. From 12 noon until 2 p.mEvents and Specials:

This week, La Peg at FringeArts will reopen The Seafood Shack, welcoming the warm weather with the ret - urn of their gorgeous outdoor patio and bar on the banks of the Delaware River in Old City. Chef Peter Woolsey crafted a new menu for 2017, bringing back some greatest hits and adding fresh, affordable new dishes perfect for enjoying with a drink al fresco.

Saturday, June 3 2017, La Peg at FringeArts will debut Margs, Marys and Mimosas, an early Saturday-and-Sunday special that’s perfect for taking in the sunshine along Philadelphia’s beautiful Delaware River waterfront. From 12 noon until 2 p.m., the outdoor bar will offer $4 Margaritas, Bloody Marys and Mimosas exclusively in the Haas Biergarten, located beneath the iconic Benjamin Franklin Bridge. Guests are encouraged to stop by and enjoy a drink (or several!) al fresco, and can also pair them with the onsite Seafood Shack’s summery seasonal menu, including a signature Lobster Roll (mayonnaise-dressed lobster salad served on a split-top toasted roll, accompanied by potato salad and coleslaw, for just $18) or the Shack’s Fast Food Burger (with “special sauce,” pickles, onion and Cooper’s Sharp Cheddar for $7).


Other Spring Events

In addition to the debut of the Haas Biergarten, La Peg is home to a variety of fun and playful spring events, all leading up to their popular Summer Movie Series. Guests can also enjoy a late meal; food is available until 11:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. Upcoming events include:

  • Friday, May 12: The legendary Get Pegged Cabaret (click for tickets) returns to La Peg, co-hosted and curated by John Jarboe, beginning at 10:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, May 17: La Peg’s Indoor Film Series will conclude with Eraserhead (click for tickets), featuring a screening of the David Lynch classic paired with a fun, themed dish from Chef Woolsey for $20 per person beginning at 7 p.m.
  • Friday, May 26: DJ Dame Luz will play, kicking off every-other-Saturday DJ parties. The dance party will last from 10:30 p.m. until 2 a.m., and will continue every other
  • Saturday with a rotating line-up of DJs, including Dame Luz every first Saturday of the month, all summer long.

 

 

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