Parks On Tap, A Traveling Pop-Up Beer Garden, Hits 20 Parks This Season

Get excited for al fresco food and drinks at Paine's Park, Shofuso Japanese House & Garden, Lemon Hill, FDR Park and more...

Raise your glass toward the sunshine!

Parks on Tap is officially returning for its second season of al fresco food and drinks at a different Philadelphia park every week starting on Wednesday, May 17.

PARKS ON TAP FAST FACTS

  • Parks on Tap runs on select dates from May 17-October 1.
  • The roving beer garden makes stops at 20 parks in the area.
  • Admission to the parks is free; food and drinks are available as you go.

The warm-weather series — created by the folks at Fairmount Park Conservancy, Philadelphia Parks & Recreation and FCM Hospitality — debuted last year to encourage more people to visit the city’s great parks. The roving beer garden returns to some of the parks from last year’s series and adds some new ones for 2017. The series will hit 20 city parks in all from May through October.

The Parks on Tap season kicks off on Wednesday, May 17 at 1 p.m. at the verdant Azalea Garden behind the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Expect cold drinks, tasty food and prime views of the impressive garden. Parks on Tap will remain at the Azalea Garden through Sunday, May 21.

Parks on Tap
(Photo by Albert Yee for Fairmount Parks Conservancy)
Parks on Tap’s 2017 season features stops at the Azalea Garden, FDR Park, Jefferson Square Park, Clark Park, Penn Treaty Park and more.

For Memorial Day weekend (and a few days before the weekend), the pop-up attraction moves to the FDR Park Boathouse (May 24-29) in South Philly, and, from there, continues to pop up in great public spaces through October 1. Throughout the season, the warm-weather attraction visits Belmont Plateau (yes, skyline views!), the Strawberry Mansion Bridge, Clark Park, Pretzel Park, Penn Treaty Park and more.

The food and drink menus at each pop up feature Saint Benjamin Brewing Company’s exclusive Park Pale Ale, barbecue, frozen lemonade and watermelon coolers and so much more.

Special happenings like yoga and fundraiser happy hours are also on tap for each stop.

Be sure to check out another major player in Philadelphia’s al fresco drinking and dining scene.

See below for the full Parks on Tap schedule, or click here.

  • May 17-21: Azalea Garden
  • May 24-29: FDR Park Boathouse
  • May 31-June 4: Belmont Plateau
  • June 7-11: Matthias Baldwin Park
  • June 14-18: Columbus Square
  • June 21-25: Paine’s Park
  • June 28-July 4: Strawberry Mansion Bridge
  • July 5-9: Shofuso Japanese House & Garden
  • July 12-16: Schuylkill Banks
  • July 19-23: Jefferson Square Park
  • July 26-30: Lemon Hill
  • August 2-6: Aviator Park
  • August 9-13: Gorgas Park
  • August 16-20: Penn Treaty Park
  • August 23-27: Clark Park
  • August 30-September 4: Cliveden Park
  • September 6-10: Mount Pleasant
  • September 13-17: Pretzel Park
  • September 20-24: Burholme Park
  • September 27-October 1: Powers Park

Parks on Tap 2017

When:Select dates; May 17-October 1
Where:Various locations including the Azalea Garden, Fairmount Avenue and Kelly Drive
Cost:Pay as you go

www.parksontap.com

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