“I think people want to get out of the house,” one manager reasons. “Maybe they’re a little stir crazy and they want to enjoy it.”
These restaurants prove that tater tots aren’t just for soggy cafeteria lunches.
For the first time next month, galleries, shops, restaurants, museums, and other venues in Old City Philadelphia will be going to their sidewalks for a one-day festival.
Philadelphia may have more than its share of urban outdoor dining spots, but when it comes to rooftop bars and lounges, the city—sadly—comes up short. Still, the pickings aren’t quite slim to none.
So far, business owners say they like having the option of extending their happy hours, but it’s too early yet to tell how or if they will take advantage of the new law.
The Snow White diner, which was in operation for 60 years in Old City, is re-opened as Revolution House.