Philadelphia, PA - The Garden at Cherry Street Pier can only be described as a breathtaking open-air eatery with floor-to-ceiling trees, blossoming flowers, lush greenery, and of course, an amazing day and night view of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge.
The Garden at Cherry Street Pier Will Reopen in 2021
The Garden at Cherry Street Pier is back for its first-ever full spring, summer, and fall season. After a special pop-up preview late last summer, the outdoor waterfront oasis returns with 20,000 square feet of space filled with beer-garden vibes, 250 shaded covered seats, blooming flowers, lush greens, ceiling height trees, historic architecture, and the best views in Philadelphia of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge. See More at The Philadelphia Garden at Cherry Street Pier
Cherry Street Pier's "The Garden Bar"
Seating is available for 200+ people with two, four, and six on cafe tables and picnic benches. The Seating area inside of The Garden features a couple of scenic options, most notably seating facing the gardens and trees and views of the Benjamin Franklin.
The Garden Bar Menu
The menu will consist of small bites, including sandwiches, salads, dips, appetizers, snacks, and pastries and bread from the famous Lost Bread Co. For refreshments, The Garden will serve up beer, wine, cocktails as well as non-alcoholic beverages.
The Garden - Cherry Street Pier, 121 N. Christopher Columbus Boulevard
Philly River Stroll on The Waterfront
The Garden is part of the Philly River Stroll, brought to you by the owners of the brand-new Juno, Morgan's Pier, Rosy's Taco Bar, Harper's Garden, Craft Hall, and Parks on Tap present three brand-new eateries, cafes, and beer gardens along the Delaware River Waterfront starting this Friday at 4:00 pm. Philly River Stroll will make its grand debut with the debut of River Beer Garden, The Garden at Cherry Street Pier, and Water Garden at Spruce Street Harbor Park Sustained by Univest.
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