Old City Eats Returns This Summer, Kicks Off with Second Street Block Party on June 1st

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PHILADELPHIA, PA — Old City District showcases its thriving dining scene with the return of Old City Eats, kicking off with the Old City Eats Block Party on Thursday, June 1st and running every Thursday through August 31, 2023. Every week this summer look for discounted small plates, cocktails and cold beers at over 20 restaurants, bars and eateries between 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm. For the kick-off block party, look for outdoor food, drink, entertainment, vendors and more on 2nd Street (between Market and Chestnut) for one night only between 5:00 pm and 9:00 pm.

“Old City Eats shines the spotlight on the neighborhood’s impressive and evolving list of dining options,” said Old City District Executive Director Job Itzkowitz. “With 20+ restaurants and bars participating, there’s something to appeal to every palette, including Italian, Irish, Cuban, Mexican, Spanish, and other global cuisines. We have as diverse of a culinary scene as anywhere in the city! Whether you visit an old favorite or experience something new, Old City Eats will take you on a culinary journey that will last all summer long.”

Celebrate summer in the city with the best eats and sips in the region, at top spots like Amada, Amina, Cuba Libre, Khyber Pass Pub, Nick’s Bar and Grill, Positano Coast, The Olde Bar, Royal Boucherie and many others. New this year, Old City performing arts venues will offer discounts on tickets on select Thursday evenings through the summer including Arden Theatre Company, Christ Church Neighborhood House, and Philadelphia Film Society.

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Old City Eats sponsors this year include Bacardi, Brown Forman, Muller, Inc and Parkway Corporation.

For the full list of participants and their menus, please visit oldcitydistrict.org/oldcityeats.

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