One of South Philadelphia's Biggest Festival Returns

One of South Philadelphia's Biggest Festival Returns

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 Flavors on the Avenue Philadelphia, PA - If you love to eat, you'll want to check out Flavors on the Avenue, one of the biggest food festivals in South Philadelphia. This event will be held on Sunday, April 24, from 11 am to 5 pm. You can taste samples from participating restaurants and enjoy several events and activities.


 

You'll Want to Check out Flavors on the Avenue

The East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District is home to over 160 shops and restaurants.

Flavors on the Avenue brings a myriad of the city's most delectable, diverse food selections – ranging from Mexican to Asian-inspired to Southern-influenced fare.



“The return of Flavors on the Avenue is the perfect way to welcome back larger events to East Passyunk and celebrate the support that the public has shown to our businesses over the last couple years,” said East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District’s Executive Director Adam Leiter. “Flavors showcases everything East Passyunk has to offer, from the diverse culinary talents of our growing and evolving food scene, to the wide variety of retail options that continue to expand. It’s our open invitation for people from across the region to share our love of food and to come together to explore the Avenue and enjoy a beautiful spring day in South Philly.”



Avenue restaurants and bars will also offer guest one-day-only specials at Flannel, Noir, Bing, Dim Sum, Manatawny Still Works, to name a few.

This year's festival will showcase South Philadelphia's finest culinary offerings and boast live entertainment, 80+ craft vendors, stellar sidewalk sales, fun-filled family-oriented activities, and much more on Sunday, April 24, from 11 am – 5 pm. This all-ages event is free to attend and spans from Broad Street to Dickinson Street.




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