Tomorrow: The Chestnut Hill Fall For The Arts Festival Hits Germantown Avenue:
Boo! Terror Behind the Walls at @easternstate is back for another season of scares: http://t.co/Oinqz8csn0
Dinner Idea: Head to Bud & Marilyn’s for retro dishes with modern flavor: http://t.co/VW5UNaV3lq
All weekend, enjoy #free tours of artist’s workspaces during Philadelphia Open Studio Tours: http://t.co/u4c6ILzOMk http://t.co/FaJlYePYpI
All weekend, Morris Arboretum celebrates fall with a two-day fall festival: http://t.co/hpL8Yjt6JH
Check Out Our Full Guide To Today’s Midtown Village Fall Festival, noon-8 pm: http://t.co/Bynr6qvxST
The Top 16 Things To Look Forward To In Philly This Fall: http://t.co/EP8i9e5iHW
Weekend Picks: Midtown Village Fall Fest, Bloktoberfest, POST & Much More: http://t.co/ltRv0D5Jhd http://t.co/S9etCYxT9V
Click Through For The Full Vendor List For Philadelphia’s First-Ever Cheesesteak Festival On October 24: http://t.co/VKErL1aIkb
February 25, 2013
Posted by James Zale
No caption necessary. (Photo courtesy Amis)
Apropos of nothing (except maybe it being Presidents’ Day last weekend), here’s a photo of Chef Marc Vetri and the crew at Amis reenacting Washington Crossing The Delaware.
It’s not the first time the crew at Amis has had a little fun with themed photo shoots.
And we don’t expect it to be the last.
Click to see the full photo and to admire Chef Vetri looking very presidential.
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