Northern Liberties Bloody Mary Challenge

Northern Liberties Bloody Mary Challenge

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Bloody Mary ChallengePhiladelphia, PA - Northern Liberties is gearing up for a spooky Bloody Mary Challenge, a ghostly -bash. With a bunch of well-known brunch spots, taking part in this bacon-infused event! The Monster Mash: Northern Liberties Bloody Mary Challenge begins on October 10th.

Northern Liberties Monster Mash

Starting off with dining establishments on North Second Street and working its way to Jerry's in the East, one after another from Urban Village and El Camino, the challenge is on.

The Northern Liberties Business Improvement District is doing the Monster Mash. With creepy garnishes, bacon, hot sauce, and spicy pickles. Brace yourself for a spooky twist on the Bloody Mary, unlike anything you ever have seen.

Party guests over 21 can participate in the fun, as the fall brunch season begins, and sweater weather takes over. Attendees will include Wolfman, Dracula, and everybody in your COVID crew. No matter who you bring, don't forget to bring your masks.

Don't forget to make your brunch reservations and be prepared to vote for the winner.

Participating competitors will include:

Abbaye, Anejo Philly, El Camino, Germantown Garden, Germantown Garden Grill, Heritage, Jerry's Bar, Ortliebs, Set NoLibs, Standard Tap, The 700 Club, and Urban Village Brewing Company.

Visit for all the spooky details and updates. Plus, find a list of additional retail participants doing the Northern Liberties Monster Mash.

Sweater Weather Philly

Northern Liberties is one of over 100 businesses participating in the new regional campaign called Sweater Weather Philly. Monster Mash is just one of dozens of events that are still taking place this fall but in a new way with health and safety at the forefront of all activities. All events and businesses must agree to social distancing, following local and state guidelines, and to require masks. This new idea launches October 1, 2020, and encourages diners, shoppers, and adventurers to get outside and support restaurants, retails, neighborhoods, and attractions at fall in Philly arrives with cooler temperatures.

William ZimmermanBill Zimmerman
Publisher / Webmaster at Philly Bite Magazine.


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