Philadelphia, PA - Parks on Tap is opening three brand-new places to eat by way of cafes and beer gardens along the Delaware River Waterfront. The Philly River Stroll will include the new establishments, The River Beer Garden, The Garden at Cherry Street Pier, and Water Garden at Spruce Street Harbor Park.
Three New Outdoor Bars Join Philly's Waterfront
Many of these all-outdoor, all-new concepts will offer families socially distanced attractions to enjoy food, drink, and relaxation. At the same time, the region seeks additional outdoor dining venues.
Also, Philly River Stroll is designed to bring awareness to the Delaware Rivers's amazing waterfront, assets, and activities. This is particularly important during the COVID-19 pandemic as individuals and their families staying local this the summer season look for activities to keep active on a tight spending budget.
Philadelphia's Parks on Tap and Philly River Stroll
The Water Garden at Spruce Street Harbor Park is a unique floating venue over the former Oasis Barge. Complete with a 125+ seating area, decorative shades, breathtaking, and views of the harbors floating garden. The restaurant's menu consists of a casual menu with dishes showcasing in-season local produce.
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 River Beer Garden can be found adjacent to the Race Street Pier entranceway and features shades picnic tables for as many as six guests, in addition to cafe seating for two and four customers.
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