The Delaware River Waterfront, Philadelphia’s most sprawling and beloved al fresco summertime destination, announced the return of a full Summer on the Waterfront season featuring several popular amenities that have been absent since summer 2019. The summer kicked off with the opening of Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest on Friday, May 7th along with an exciting program of appropriately-sized performances, events and exhibits at the year-round Cherry Street Pier, and will follow up a short time afterwards with the reopening of Spruce Street Harbor park with some exciting new food offerings.
The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) is excited to welcome visitors back with continued socially distanced beer gardens and safe take-away food options, sit-down reservations compliant with current outdoor dining regulations, and additional measures in place to ensure that visitors can take advantage of the Summer and enjoy all that the Waterfront has to offer, comfortably and safely, from Washington Pier all the way to Race Street Pier.
“It is so important for Philadelphians and visitors to be able to gather safely outside and enjoy precious moments together with friends, family, and loved ones. It continues to be our mission to make the Delaware River Waterfront the absolute best place to do just that,” said DRWC President, Joe Forkin.
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