Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!
Ink & Gold Tattoo Parlor
Great Stair Hall
Philadelphia Museum of Art
2600 Ben Franklin Pkwy
5 – 8 p.m., FREE with museum admission
The PMA’s “Ink & Gold: The Art of Kano,” which features 120 works from the Japanese Kano school of painting, debuted a couple months ago, and this April, the museum is celebrating with special Wednesday night fun. Stop by to see the century-spanning exhibit, then get a hand-drawn temporary tattoo from one of Philly’s best tattoo artists in the Great Stair Hall. They’re free, they’re gorgeous and they don’t require the commitment of a real tattoo – what’s not to like?
111 S 17th St
5 – 11 p.m., $55 per person (+ tax and tip)
Chag Sameach! Celebrate Passover tonight at Davio’s with a Northern Italian-inspired meal. Whether you choose the branzino or the steak, don’t miss out on Chef Thomas Heck’s delicious flourless chocolate cake for dessert!
7 Deadly Sins Beer Dinner
Iron Hill Chestnut Hill
8400 Germantown Ave
7 p.m., $70 per person (including tax and tip)
There’s greed and envy, for sure, but gluttony is the real focus of this seven-course beer dinner happening at Iron Hill’s Chestnut Hill outpost tonight. Make those reservations STAT for a feast modeled after Dante’s seven deadly sins and complemented by seven brews from Iron Hill.