Philly's Brick & Mortar's Drink Pink for the Pups

Philadelphia, Pa – August 18, 2016 – BRICK AND MORTAR, the Callowhill neighborhood tavern, is pleased to present their newest installment of the popular monthly party brunch, Rosé All Day. This month’s theme, in collaboration with Summer of Brosé, Stateside Vodka and Morris Animal Refuge, is Drink Pink for the Pups. The festivities kickoff this Sunday, August 21st at 3 pm in the pop-up rosé garden and will run until 7 pm.Philadelphia, Pa – August 18, 2016 – BRICK AND MORTAR, the Callowhill neighborhood tavern, is pleased to present their newest installment of the popular monthly party brunch, Rosé All Day. This month’s theme, in collaboration with Summer of Brosé, Stateside Vodka and Morris Animal Refuge, is Drink Pink for the Pups. The festivities kickoff this Sunday, August 21st at 3 pm in the pop-up rosé garden and will run until 7 pm.

South Philly - Food & Drinks Guide

PhillyBite10Long known as the edgiest street in Philadelphia, South Street welcomes more than just hippies these days. Shoppers searching for a statement-making look, visitors hungry for a real Philly cheesesteak and music lovers who want to catch an up-and-coming band head to the storied boulevard. Also lining South are ethnically diverse restaurants, bars that keep the party going long after dessert, galleries and performance spaces.

Wawa Hero Award 2016 winner SPIN - Special People in Northeast

PhillyBite10Philadelphia PA, - Wawa hero award 2016 winner SPIN - Special People in Northeast, or SPIN, provides services for children and adults who face intellectual, developmental and autism spectrum disabilities. The organization currently supports more than 3,500 babies, kids and adults in the area with recreational and educational activities.

Wawa Welcome America! Offers the Food Melting Pot of America

PhillyBite10PHILADELPHIA (July, 1 2016) – Wawa Welcome America’s culminating festival events – Party on the Parkway and July 4th Concert– will feature more live music, free performances and culinary offerings than ever before. The culinary offerings highlight and celebrate the melting pot of America. A variety of Philly-focused food vendors and food trucks will create an amalgamation of taste and flavor from different cultures featuring some of the all-time American favorites and food from Costa Rica, Japan, Jamaica and more!

Philadelphia: DNC Souvenirs Guide

PhillyBite10PHILADELPHIA, July 18, 2016 Donkey charms, donkey ceramics, donkey scarves, donkey soaps, donkey everything and anything: These are just some of the Philly-designed finds for sale around town during the Democratic National Convention (DNC). Year round, visitors to the city stock up on tricorn hats, feather quill pens and miniature Rocky statues, but July 25 through 28 will be the time to scoop up memorabilia to mark a milestone in U.S. history.

Getting Around Philadlephia:

  • On Foot: Locals like to walk. It’s the easiest way to get around. In fact, Philadelphia ranks fourth for most walkable cities in the country, according to WalkScore.

  • PHLASH: Fast, convenient and affordable. That’s the purple PHLASH bus. Riders pay $2 per ride or $5 for a day pass to get to 22 stops along its attraction-heavy route. The PHLASH runs every day in the summer and winter holiday seasons and on Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the fall. ridephillyphlash.com

  • SEPTA: Philadelphia’s public transit system includes buses, trolleys, subways and the Regional Rail. The Broad Street Line (locals call it the subway) runs north and south along Broad Street, making it the best option for getting from Center City to the stadium area in South Philadelphia, where four of the city’s professional sports teams play. SEPTA typically runs express service during game times. The Market-Frankford Line (dubbed “the El” for its above-ground portions) takes the east-west route along Market Street, and it goes through northeastern neighborhoods including Northern Liberties and Fishtown. For both lines, riders can pay $2.25 in cash (exact change) or purchase tokens in packs of two, five or 10 at local newsstands and at the machines located at many of the subway and El stations. SEPTA is slowly introducing a Key Card system, which should be fully operational in 2017. septa.org

  • Indego: People can traverse the city’s 240 miles of bike lanes by using Indego, Philadelphia’s popular bike-share program named after sponsor Independence Blue Cross. It’s easy to find one of the more than 100 docking stations, and the simple credit card machine takes less than a minute to use. Single 30-minute rides cost $4, and the monthly pass is $15. rideindego.com

  • Taxis: They’re easy to flag down, especially in Center City. The light on the top of the cab means it’s available.
    Uber, Lyft, 215-Get-A-Cab: Need a ride? There are a few apps for that. uber.com, lyft.com, 215getacab.com

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