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10 Philly Pop-Up Dinners You Don’t Want to Miss

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10 Philly Pop-Up Dinners You Don’t Want to Miss

10 Philly Pop-Up Dinners You Don’t Want to Miss


Namaste for Dinner Series Pop-Up @ Love Me Do Photography’s (BYOB)

Now-April 24th (Every Friday) | $40 | 2220 E. Susquehanna Avenue


*Fair warning this is a healthy/vegan Pop-up* Each week Namaste for Dinner series will offer a different course and theme to go along with a yoga class.
Space is limited as  there are 30 spots in each session. To reserve your spot, email Lisa Ransing at fullmoonfare@gmail.com.


April 19th | 11-3 pm | $15 | Lincoln Financial Field
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Think of this event as the Night Market at Lincoln Financial Field.  Guests will enjoy over 50 food trucks, vendors, and entertainment. This is a family event that also involves raffles, field tours and  Swoop accompanied by Eagles cheerleaders. There is no addition charge for parking once you’re in you pay as you go.


April 21st | 7 pm | $20 | 123 Chestnut St.
The critically acclaimed South Philly Barbacoa (food truck) hits Han Dynasty for an all-you-can-eat blowout in the private dining room for a mere $20 per person. Famous for their Mexican food this will be the best of both worlds with a Chinese/Mexican mash-up.  Guests are also welcome to order off Han Dynasty’s regular menu and drink all you want; everything aside from the barbacoa meal is pay-as-you-go.


April 25th | 7- 10 pm | $50-$70 | 1227 N. 4th St.
Join Mia & Me Catering as we host our 2nd Evening Cocktail Brunch. This event will showcase our seasonal brunch hors d’oeuvre menu and beautiful décor by Katrina Gilbert Weddings & Events who now are co-hosts for this wonderful and exciting evening.  The event will include an open bar, specialty drink stations, three food stations, passed hors d’ oeuvres and a live band.  


May 2nd | 11 am | $60 | 211 S. 13th St.
It’s a Kentucky Derby celebration at Cappelli Brothers Cigar Company.  Guerrilla Kitchen will be invading the place with buffet servings of tasso $ egg scramble, crawfish spinach dip along with two courses.  Course 1 will have benedictine spread on toast points.  Course 2 will have choice of shrimp & grits or eggs Benedict.


May 5th | 6-9 pm | $85-$150 | 3025 Walnut St

Join us for a unique and lively celebration of street food traditions! EATS Philly brings together Philadelphia’s finest chefs and food trucks for a night of friendly culinary competition.Along the street outside, sample savory and sweet offerings from food trucks and local breweries (imagine a Night Market with no lines!). Wander inside and watch a heated on-stage cook-off, where nationally known chefs (Marcie Turney of Barbuzzo, Josh Lawler of Farm and Fisherman, Todd Wentz of Townsend and many more) put their own spin on authentic street cuisine from around the world.

May 5th | 6 pm | Pay as You Go | 2400 S. 19th
The tasty South Philly Barbacoa food truck makes our list again for can’t miss pop-up dinners.  Named by food critic Craig LaBan as one of the best foods he ate in 2014, Barbacoa will be setting up shop at Taproom on 19th this Cinco de Mayo for a Mexican experience you won’t want to miss.


May 6th | 5-9 pm | $130-$225 | Lincoln Financial Field

Taking place at Lincoln Financial Field guests will get to enjoy over 650 samples of exclusive wines from around the world, Cuisine from Philadelphia’s most popular restaurants, Local vendors will showcase their latest products, An on-site Fine Wine & Good Spirits store, complimentary parking and more!

May 20th | 6:30 pm | $55 | 4207 Walnut St
Why should our Sommeliers have all the fun? In this unique dinner, Cicerone® Alex Crowe, the College’s resident beer expert, debates and illuminates the nuances of American beers just in time for Memorial Day. Dine on a specially created menu and help decide which beer pairing you think prevails as the finest accompaniment for each course. The results may surprise you!


June 17th | 6:30 pm | $55 | 4207 Walnut St.
 Join us while our wine specialists are tasked with finding the best wines to pair with each course of a distinctive menu specially created for the evening by our Chef de Cuisine. Each Wine Challenge Dinner will feature different wine rivalries such as France vs. the United States, Red vs. White and others! Enjoy your meal while our wine experts discuss, expound upon, elucidate and debate the merits of their selections. Four courses, two wine tastings battling it out per course, you decide!
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