2015 SuMMer Fun Guide



2015 SuMMer Fun Guide
2015 Summer
Fun Guide
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Your all-access magazine to Philadelphia summer favorites
Publishes on May 21, 2015
Featured Coverage
• Seasonal Dining: Outdoor decks, patios and gardens
• Freshening up your cocktail menu for Summer 2015
• Jersey: Shore and Atlantic City entertainment
• An Eventful Summer: Concerts and festivals you
won’t want to miss!
• Summer Fine Arts Preview
2014 Summer Fun Guide Magazine
• Pocono Mountains Day Escapes
• Fourth of July Family Fun
• Summer Fashion Must-haves
Reservation deadline is April 30th; copy deadline is May 7th.
80% of Metro readers regularly dine out.
42% of Metro readers have gone to a concert.
1 in 3 Metro readers visited the Philadelphia Zoo.
1 in 4 Metro readers visited the Jersey Shore.
57% more likely to visit the Poconos than the
average Philadelphian.
Foodie town. This summer, eat at these new spots from the chefs you already know and love.
Top chefs open
Philly’s hottest
new restaurants
Chip Roman is cooking New American cuisine at The Treemont in Center City.
farro-infused old fashioned sound? Dishes
include bucatini and “meatballs,” potato
croquettes and “crab” cakes made with soft
tofu, shredded zucchini and mayo.
131 S. 13th St., 267-788-1736,
Jill Weber and Evan Malone already have
two successful spots on South Street — Rex
1516 and Jet Wine Bar — but they’re not
stopping there. They just expanded to
Point Breeze with a casual, BYOB Mexican
joint open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Executive chef JC Pina is bringing the
flavors from his hometown of Mexico City
to Cafe Ynez, which specializes in breakfast
sandwiches, Mexican coffee and rotisserie
chicken. 2025 Washington Ave.,
215-278-7579, www.cafeynez.com
Crow & the Pitcher
Chef Alex Capasso has officially made the
transition over the Ben Franklin Bridge,
from the now-closed Blackbird in Collingswood to Crow & the Pitcher in Center City.
Nothing on the menu at the new digs is
over $25, and there’s a temperature-controlled cheese room for dairy aficionados.
The cheese service will be rolled out in
carts formerly used by Georges Perrier at Le
Bec-Fin. Lunch and weekend brunch service
to come. 267 S. 19th St., 267-687-2908,
Charlie Was a Sinner
53% more likely to visit an art museum than the
average Philadelphian.
Source: Nielsen Scarborough 2013-14 R2
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Chip Roman of Mica and Blackfish
in the suburbs and Ela in Queen
Village has taken his talents to Center
City. This bilevel space with exposed
brick and a rustic vibe offers small
and large plates, plus dishes made
for two to share, including a dry-aged
Berkshire pork chop. Start the night
off with chickpea fritters and deviled
eggs with duck confit.
231 S. 15th St., 267-687-2237,
Cafe Ynez
Nicole Marquis’ always-hopping HipCityVeg
is a fast-food vegan restaurant that
somehow manages to appeal to the
carnivores too. Now Marquis is taking her
food philosophy a step further with a bar
that serves up vegan cocktails with a focus
on infused concoctions. How does a toasted
New American
The Treemont
Cafe Ynez serves Mexican food.
Change is a good thing, if you ask Midtown
Village restaurateurs extraordinaire Marcie
Turney and Valerie Safran. They gave their
10-year-old Mexican gem a total revamp,
adding a 16-seat bar and a chef’s counter
facing an open kitchen. More importantly,
they got their hands on a liquor license, so
you can stop in for a margarita made with
freshly squeezed fruit and veggie juices.
The new menu, inspired by Mexican street
food, is more causal than in Lolita’s former
incarnation. 106 S. 13th St., 215-546-7100,
Townsend Wentz, last the executive
chef at McGrossen’s Tavern, is getting
in on the hot East Passyunk food action
with this namesake spot, delivering
a very short, sophisticated menu.
1623 E. Passyunk Ave., 267-639-3203,
Inserted into the full circulation of Metro
and located at select tourist destinations.

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