Midtown Village Will Open for Street Dining

Midtown Village Will Open for Street Dining

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Philadelphia, PAMidtown Village in Philadelphia - Midtown Village in Philadelphia will offer customers al-fresco dining, and join street dining movement, as the city approves road closers and open-air street dining at the Midtown location.

 Midtown Village Al-fresco Street Dining

Earlier this week, we announced that Bru and Tradesman would open an open-air street dining area, known as Juniper Street Supper Club, by Craft Concepts Group.

The Supper Club is a pop-up, that will take over juniper Street at Chestnut with exclusive dining this Fri 4p-10p, Sat 11a-10p, and Sun 11a-10p. Customers can dine in the streets with a full menu of the food and drink you love from both restaurants or by day for the debut of their Stimulus Outdoor Brunch.

Philly Chit Chat announced on Instagram also announced, "Restaurants like Sampan, Charlie was a Sinner, Barbuzzo, Double Knot, El Vez, and Salty's will be setting up in the street for outdoor dining this weekend as well as upcoming weekends."

Mid-Town Village's closer will run from Chestnut to Walnut Streets. Beginning this Friday, Aug, 14th 2020., when the street will be closed for traffic and allow diners to enjoy street dining.

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