East Passyunk sits high on the culinary ranks in Philadelphia (and in our opinion, the country!) with restaurants that honor the neighborhood’s history as an Italian enclave and celebrate its new role as an area for destination dining.
- The festival hits on Saturday, April 24 from 1-4 p.m.
- Enjoy food and drinks from 20+ restaurants
- There will be an outdoor craft market and fashion show throughout the neighborhood, too
The neighborhood celebrates its excellent dining scene with the return of Flavors of the Avenue, a highly anticipated food festival.
On Sunday, April 24 from 1 to 4 p.m., more than a dozen of the neighborhood’s popular restaurants and bakeries will set up shop under a large tent (read: rain or shine) and serve up delicious samples for all. Participating restaurants include Bing Bing Dim Sum, Laurel, Townsend, Izumi, Brigantessa, Cantina los Caballitos, Le Virtu, Plenty, Will BYOB and more.
The festival even welcomes newcomers like Saté Kampar (a new Malaysian restaurant on the avenue) and Perla, a soon-to-be-open BYOB spot next to Fond.
In addition to food, drinks will also be flowing throughout the day – guests can sip margaritas from Cantina, Sailor Jerry cocktails, craft beer and an assortment of wine.
VIP tickets to the festival are sold out, but general admission tickets are still available. Tickets run $50 per person and are expected to sell out, so purchase your ticket soon! Click here to scoop up your ticket to this popular fest.
For those who don’t purchase tickets to the festival, the entire East Passyunk neighborhood will be celebrating the day with an outdoor craft market surrounding the singing fountain, live music outside of the tent and a fashion show/sidewalk sale on the 1700 block of the avenue.