Philadelphia, PA - The largest outdoor restaurant in Philadelphia is finally opening. The restaurant is located along the Delaware River Waterfront and offers panoramic waterfront views. With a seating capacity of 1400 people, the restaurant is designed to embrace the seasonal outdoor environment while providing casual dining and refreshing drinks.
Liberty Point, the Largest Outdoor Restaurant in Philadelphia
The restaurant features a menu of locally sourced ingredients, a burger bar, and live music on weekends. The restaurant will have a summer outdoor beer garden to celebrate its opening.
The outdoor restaurant is operated by FCM Hospitality. The same company owns other waterfront restaurants like Lola's Garden and Juno. The restaurant is scheduled to open in April. The restaurant will have three levels, each serving different cuisine. It will have live entertainment and will feature three levels of dining. Liberty Point will have indoor and outdoor seating and a seasonal outdoor amphitheater with 2,500 seats.
The Philadelphia restaurant will be the city's largest in modern history. It will span 28,000 square feet, adjacent to the Independence Seaport Museum. It will include a stage for live performances, five bars, and breathtaking views of the Delaware River. The restaurant is family-friendly and will have dog-friendly policies. You can make reservations at Liberty Point online. Just remember to check back in for updates! Liberty Point is an exciting new venture for the Philadelphia restaurant scene. So make sure to keep an eye out for the opening. There will be a lot of buzz about the Philadelphia restaurant in the coming months.
Located at 211 S. Columbus Boulevard, the waterfront restaurant will offer live entertainment, casual seafood fare, and views of the Philadelphia skyline. The restaurant is dog-friendly and will have five bars and a stage for live music. Liberty Point will also feature a live music stage and a large outdoor seating area like the other Philadelphia restaurants. In addition to its location, Liberty Point will be open to the public year-round and will create 150 jobs.
While the outdoor bar will be the restaurant's main attraction, the entire complex will feature multiple entertainment venues. The first level will be designated for dogs. Approximately 25,000 square feet of space will be available to visitors. Guests can enjoy music while dining outside or sipping a drink on the patio or poolside. The restaurant will also feature an indoor area with two lounges. During the summer months, visitors will enjoy outdoor dining with friends and family.