Parks on Tap is one of the city’s most beloved summertime traditions. Who doesn’t love a traveling beer garden that gives back to city parks?! Pair some of the best brews in the City of Brotherly Love with some of the best bites in town including chicken skewers, chilled soba noodle salad, cherry blossom custard, and so much more.
FCM Hospitality announces that Parks on Tap is back for its sixth season with socially distanced blooms, bites and beers just in time for the Cherry Blossoms! With an opening date of this past Saturday, April 3, Philadelphia’s outdoor traveling beer garden is ready to serve your favorite brews to you and your crew. The two new locations are located outside of Fairmount Horticulture Center Arboretum (100 N. Horticultural Drive). Also new for this year, Parks on Tap will partner with the Japan America Society of Greater Philadelphia to present the Shofuso Cherry Blossom Viewing. This new campaign includes three weeks of prime Cherry Blossom viewing, socially distanced activities, virtual programming, and new Japanese-inspired fare. Parks on Tap will also feature products from Two Local’s Brewing, Philadelphia’s first Black-owned brewery, and will offer three weeks of free live performances to celebrate Jazz Appreciation Month.
Reservations are required, but the occasional walk-in can be seated if space permits. For hours, locations, and reservation information, click here.
Looking for more info on what’s in store for Parks on Tap this season? To find the full list of health and safety measures, a full menu, and more helpful content, read the full article here.
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