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March 28, 2014

Flavors Of The Avenue Returns To East Passyunk With Fine Food From 27 Restaurants, Saturday, April 26; Tickets On Sale Now!

Have you dined on East Passyunk Avenue’s restaurant row recently? The stretch of East Passyunk Avenue between Mifflin and Dickinson streets has long been known for delicious and authentic Italian fare, but these days top chefs and of-the-moment restaurants are cooking on the avenue, and the buzz only continues to grow. On Saturday, April 26, […]

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March 27, 2014

Roundup: Our Guide To Early-Spring Festivals Coming To Philadelphia In The Next Few Weeks

The longer days and warmer temperatures mean many things, including the arrival of outdoor events and (drumroll please!) the return of amazing festivals. Philadelphia will soon shift into high gear for spring festival season, ushering in fests of all sort — food truck gatherings, music festivals, events celebrating spring blooms and much, much more. This […]

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March 28, 2013

Save The Date: Indulge In The Fine Food From 25 Of East Passyunk’s Restaurants At Flavors Of The Avenue, Saturday, April 27

East Passyunk’s Flavors of the Avenue annual event is back and will host more restaurants and bars than ever. This year, 25 of the avenue’s restaurants are participating. April showers or not, this event will go on thanks to the overhead tent between Morris and Dickinson streets on East Passyunk Avenue. The tent will enclose […]

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April 25, 2012

Reminder: Flavors Of The Avenue Returns To East Passyunk This Saturday, April 28, With Food From 21 Restaurants, A Craft Market, Music And More

South Philly’s Foodie Fest, Flavors of the Avenue, is back this Saturday, April 28. The festival is held on a two-block stretch of East Passyunk Avenue between Dickinson and Morris Streets, which will be closed off for the day. There will be a free street festival with vendors, a craft market hosted by Crafty Balboa […]

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March 26, 2012

Flavors Of The Avenue Returns To East Passyunk Saturday, April 28; Tickets Now On Sale

East Passyunk’s foodie event of the year Flavors of the Avenue is back on Saturday, April 28, noon-4 p.m. With a spate of new restaurants on the Avenue since last year’s event, plus an expansion of liquor sponsors, plus the addition of an outdoor concert in Birra’s beer garden at the end of the day, […]

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April 12, 2011

A Sneak Peek Of This Year’s Flavors Of The Avenue Event On East Passyunk On April 30

It’s well known that East Passyunk is one of the hottest neighborhoods in Philly at the moment. Not a week goes by with announcement of some new restaurant or shop going in along that angular avenue. Last night, the East Passyunk Business Improvement District held a sneak preview for their upcoming Flavors of the Avenue […]

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April 23, 2010

Weekend Picks: Shadfest, Flavors of the Avenue, Reading Terminal Market Italian Festival, & More!

Friday Last Chance to See Shining City Theatre Exile’s run of Shining City closes on Sunday. Try to see it this weekend at the Plays & Players Theatre. Samantha loved it. Jordan Griska @ the Esther Klein Gallery Sculptor Jordan Griska reveals his latest work at the Esther Klein Gallery. Stop by and meet the […]

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April 21, 2010

Saturday: Flavors of the Avenue Festival on East Passyunk

The Flavors of the Avenue event takes place this Saturday, April 24th, from Noon to 5 pm. The event will be held on a two-block stretch of East Passyunk Avenue between Dickinson and Morris Streets, which will be closed off to automobile traffic for the day. The main attraction is the Flavors of the Avenue […]

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April 9, 2010

East Passyunk Rising: Flavors of the Avenue Event Coming Saturday April 24

On the heels of last Sunday’s New York Times article highlighting East Passyunk’s personality-driven restaurant and shopping scene, the East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District held the press preview for their annual “Flavors of the Avenue” event this week at the new Urban Jungle. The big, greenery-filled room was bursting with energy—not only for the […]

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