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June 11, 2013

The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll Makes Its First Appearance Of The Season This Thursday, June 13

The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll is once again providing for Philly with wallet-friendly deals (can you say $1?) this Thursday, June 13. (Photo by J. Fusco for GPTMC)

UPDATE: Due to inclement weather, the Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll for tonight has been postponed to July, stay tuned for more information on the future date.

With just a few dollars in hand, your Thursday night plans are solidified.

The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll hits Baltimore Avenue in a big way this Thursday night with an abundance of deals for a buck.

The bargain-filled evening spans from 43rd to 50th Streets on Baltimore Avenue.

Have dinner, dessert and a drink all for a dollar piece. West Philly’s Dock Street Brewery is serving up brews and pint glasses, Gold Standard Cafe is providing guests with a bean burger, Queen Sheba is offering hot dogs and cans of beer and the popular Mariposa Food Co-op is satisfying sweet tooth’s with banana whips and cookies. All for a mere four quarters. And that’s not all.

Numerous food trucks will set up shop at the event, too. Shop dollar offerings from Sweet Box, Jimmies Cupcakes, Lil Dan’s Food Truck and Sunflower Truck Stop.

Check out live music, face painting, balloon art and fire artists at the 46th Street Triangle. Also pay a visit to the brand new Pedestrian Plaza at 48th Street and Baltimore Avenue.

Deals from Little Baby’s Ice Cream, Aksum, Milk and Honey Market, Vientiane Cafe, Marvelous Recors and more also take over the avenue.

Stay tuned for information on the next Dollar Stroll which is set for September 12.

See the full map of Dollar Stroll offerings and vendor locations, below.

Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll
When: Thursday, June 13, 5:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: 43rd-50th Streets on Baltimore Avenue
Cost: Pay as you go
More info: www.universitycity.org

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