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Four Cozy Restaurants in the Philadelphia Suburbs

Four Cozy Restaurants in the Philadelphia Suburbs

With chilly winds and cooler temps, it’s a great time of year to enjoy a warm, hearty meal in a cozy restaurant.  Luckily, there’s no shortage of award-winning eateries in and around the city of Philadelphia!  Here are a few of our favorite spots in the surrounding counties: The historic Kimberton Inn in Chester County offers…

Can’t-Miss Halloween Attractions in Greater Phila

Can’t-Miss Halloween Attractions in Greater Phila

Only a couple more weeks until Halloween! Greater Philadelphia has no shortage of spooktacular haunted houses, hayrides, pumpkin picking, and corn mazes (and be sure to visit each website ahead of time for ticket information and coupons!) It’s hard to start off this list without mentioning Terror Behind The Walls!  Considered Philly’s premier Halloween destination,…

Top Labor Day Events in Greater Philadelphia

Top Labor Day Events in Greater Philadelphia

No beach house? No problem! Soak up the summer sun at the following festivals and events in and around Philadelphia for Labor Day: Head to FDR Park on Labor Day Weekend for the city’s popular “Parks on Tap.”  The traveling beer garden will be offering extended hours for the holiday weekend, and there will be…

3 Must-Do Events Before the End of Summer

3 Must-Do Events Before the End of Summer

Celebrate summer’s last hurrah with one (or three!) of the following events that embody the sights, sounds, and tastes of our favorite season: If you can’t make it to the beach, be sure to stop by Spruce Street Harbor Park along the Delaware riverfront for Philly’s favorite pop-up beach.  With 50+ colorful hammocks, floating gardens…

The 3 Most Spectacular Backyards in Greater Philadelphia

The 3 Most Spectacular Backyards in Greater Philadelphia

With a tiered garden, breathtaking fountains, a pool, and professional landscaping throughout, it’s no surprise that this historic estate (built in the 1850s) was originally called “The Gardens.”   8625 Montgomery Ave, Wyndmoor PA – Asking $1.49m   A secluded, wooded paradise! This pretty Colonial is situated on over 2 acres of lush, private woodlands in…

Ardmore Restaurant Week Now Until July 31st!

Ardmore Restaurant Week Now Until July 31st!

Foodies, rejoice! The Main Line’s most walkable neighborhood, Ardmore, will be hosting the second annual Ardmore Restaurant Week from now until July 31st. Participating restaurants will be offering three-course dinners for just $25 or $35.  A few of our favorites include Local Wine and Kitchen (a farm-to-table restaurant), Mikado Thai Pepper, and Firinji for delicious Mediterranean food….

Top Trails for Running and Hiking in the Philly ‘Burbs

Top Trails for Running and Hiking in the Philly ‘Burbs

When you think of Philadelphia, what comes to mind?  We bet you thought of cheesesteaks, Ben Franklin, Steven Starr restaurants and the Liberty Bell — but what about parks, hiking, and miles of trails? Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs are home to some of the most gorgeous parks in the nation, and here are a…

The Top Upcoming Festivals in Greater Philadelphia

The Top Upcoming Festivals in Greater Philadelphia

July is packed with festivals, exhibits, and conventions! Here are a few that we’re looking forward to:   1. XPoNential Music Festival will be held this year from July 22-24th on the Camden River Waterfront. The lineup this year is packed with great artists like Old Crow Medicine Show, Ryan Adams, Father John Misty and…

Take the Kids! Five Easy Day Trips in Greater Phila

Take the Kids! Five Easy Day Trips in Greater Phila

No beach house?  No problem!  As you and your family prepare to kickoff the summer months, be sure to make note of these fun, nearby spots that kids of all ages will enjoy.  Plus, most are affordable or even free! Dutch Wonderland is less than an hour and a half away in Lancaster, and the…

Dozens of FREE Local Independence Day Events!

Dozens of FREE Local Independence Day Events!

There’s never a shortage of things to do in the City of Brotherly Love, and America’s 240th birthday is no exception! Kick off the weekend at Penn’s Landing with a free concert by the award-winning Philadelphia Orchestra on Friday at 8pm.  Fireworks will follow the live music. Additionally,  some of Philly’s favorite museums will be offering…

Will a Swimming Pool Add to Your Home’s Value?

Will a Swimming Pool Add to Your Home’s Value?

In the dog days of summer, there’s not much better than a refreshing dip in the pool! And if you’re dreaming of adding a pool to your backyard, you may be curious about how it will affect your home’s value.  Here are three things to consider: 1. How much is your home currently worth? Luxury…

Philly Beer Week Now Until June 12th!

Philly Beer Week Now Until June 12th!

Did you know Philly is considered the best beer drinking city in the nation? It’s true! The City of Brotherly Love has been brewing for over 300 years, and is home to some of the greatest craft breweries in the nation (Yards! Victory! Sly Fox!). This week’s schedule is jam-packed with tastings, pub crawls, and…

Upcoming Food Festivals in Greater Philadelphia

Upcoming Food Festivals in Greater Philadelphia

Food lovers, rejoice! Philadelphia is home to some of the greatest restaurants and eateries in the country, and we’re planning to celebrate them all month long: The 9th Street Italian Market Festival will be coming to South Philly on May 21st and May 22nd.  The non-ticketed (free to enter!) event will celebrate the flavors of…

Beer Festival on Tap This Weekend!

Beer Festival on Tap This Weekend!

Beer lovers, rejoice! Local residents know that the City of Brotherly Love is renowned for its craft breweries and tap houses, and this weekend’s celebrations highlight some of the “best of the best” in the region. Here’s what’s on tap: Don’t miss out on Hawthorne’s Annual IPA Block Party this Saturday! On May 14th, the Bella…

Three Places to Visit in Phoenixville, PA

Three Places to Visit in Phoenixville, PA

Bridge Street is located in the center of Phoenixville and is considered the entertainment hub of Chester County.  Lined with award-winning shops and eateries, Bridge Street is a popular spot for residents and visitors alike! There’s no shortage of restaurants in Phoenixville , but Marly’s BYOB just might be our very favorite.  With one of the…

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