Philadelphia, PA - Liberty Point will return for another season on the Philadelphia waterfront starting Thursday, April 13th. This expansive entertainment venue, restaurant/bar, and private event space return with an expanded culinary menu, special events, and an exciting lineup of live music and concerts. Property upgrades are also available - not to mention those award-winning summer vibes!
Liberty Point on The Delaware River
Philadelphia's most prominent outdoor restaurant, The Deck, will again provide unobstructed waterfront views and seating for up to 1,400 diners. This innovative outdoor-indoor concept boasts five bars, food, and drink on three levels, plus beautiful landscaping for a summer vibe.
Liberty Point's second season will offer an all-new menu with Mexican, seafood, and casual fare. Enjoy summer cocktails, frozen drinks, and cider on their refreshing beverage list. Liberty Point can be enjoyed year-round at 211 S. Columbus Boulevard in Philadelphia near the Independence Seaport Museum.
Doors will open at 4:00 pm on Thursday, April 13th, and remain open daily from Noon-2:20 am until 2:20 am the following morning. Reservations are highly encouraged during meal hours; walk-up seating may be available if space allows. To make a reservation, visit www.libertypointphilly.com; walk-up guests are also welcome!
In year 2, the complex will feature three levels with sublevels totaling 25,000 sq. ft. outside and 3,000 sq. ft. indoors, accommodating up to 1,400 guests simultaneously.
This year's season upgrades at Liberty Point include different plants and flowers to enhance the existing greenery, which has matured since its debut. Furthermore, Liberty Point added a second-floor lift this year to make access easier for people with disabilities. Look high above decks at jewel-toned sails against blue skies for shade and stunning visuals.
Liberty Point draws its inspiration from Philadelphia's vibrant waterfront and history. It aims to celebrate Liberty and American identity. When their ship docked at port, sailors were welcomed with Liberty and allowed to explore the town ashore.
Liberty Point, where visitors and patrons could once gather to celebrate their freedom and socialize at the point overlooking the Delaware River in 2022, has become a destination for everyone to gather. It opened in 2022 and attracted tens of thousands in its inaugural season.