Philadelphia, PA - For a lot of dining establishments, including kid-friendly items on the menu is often an afterthought. Having a pleasant dining out experience with kids can be difficult especially if you're looking for a good spot where your kids can order dishes they will actually eat as well as reasonably priced. Below, is a roundup of local establishments in the Philadelphia area which offers sensible eating for your little ones.
Philadelphia, PA - The Fairmount Park Horticulture Center is going to be transformed for the very first time to become “Getaway at the Greenhouse,” a pop-up indoor summer oasis. Prompted by the success of Philly park pop-ups, the Horticulture Center will turn into a flowering indoor escape for a series of free family and adult-friendly events amidst the Center’s exotic indoor botanical gardens.
Philadelphia, PA - Making it through a tumultuous 2018, most Americans continue to be resilient and resolved to move forward in a positive way. So, it is fitting that on January 16 together we will celebrate Martin Luther King Day, a man who encouraged people to embrace the differences of others, to live in peace and to serve others.
Philadelphia, PA - The Bercy at 7 Lancaster Avenue in Ardmore, commemorates their very first holiday season with a very unique new tradition for families. On Saturday, December 22, 2018, The Bercy will team up with Pennsylvania Academy of Ballet for the first Children's Tea in Paris, from 12:00pm to 3:00pm. Families are welcomed to take pleasure in a special tea service seating on the upper Mezzanine with traditional finger sandwiches, pastries together with fresh-baked products from The Bercy's own kitchen. Following tea and sandwiches, guests will delight in selections from the Nutcracker by the Academy, then followed by individual make-your-own take-away gift bags. A Children's Tea in Paris at The Bercy is $45 per person.