To Celebrate Their 4 Year Anniversary, La Peg is Having a $4 Food and Drink Special
On Sunday, August 26 from 12 noon until 10 p.m., La Peg at FringeArts will celebrate their 4th Birthday with $4 Food-and-Drink Specials, available indoors and out. Guests are invited to drop by any time during the day and night to raise a glass beneath the Ben Franklin Bridge, with a variety of $4 cocktails, beer and wine, as well as $4 sandwiches that will include their instant-classic summertime-only Fast Food Burger.
La Peg’s 4th Birthday Specials will include:
- $4 Cocktails, such as the Kentucky Mule (click for photo) with whiskey, ginger beer and lime; Blackberry Cooler (click for photo) with gin, blackberry puree; and Rum Collins (click for photo) with rum, cucumber puree, lime and mint
- $4 House White, Red and Rosé Wines by the Glass
- $4 Draft and Can Beers, such as DuClaw Funk Blueberry Wheat, Abita Wrought Iron IPA and Neshaminy Creek Highwater Hefeweizen
- $4 Sandwiches Outside, such as Grilled Chicken with lettuce, tomato, onion and roasted pepper mayo; Pulled Pork (click for photo) with pickles; and Smoked Eggplant with mozzarella, tomato, arugula and basil mayo
- $4 Fast Food Burgers (click for photo) with Cooper’s Sharp, pickles, onion and special sauce, available both outdoors and at the comfortable bar inside
- $4 Salads and Sides, such as Garden Salad with lettuce, carrot, tomato, cucumber and ranch dressing or sides such as Fries and Potato Salad
Guests are encouraged to move freely throughout the sprawling indoor-outdoor space throughout the party; while tables inside will be available for those who wish to dine on the full menu, the anniversary specials will primarily be outdoors in the Haas Biergarten (click for photo), with peerless views of the Ben Franklin Bridge (click for photo) and Delaware River.
About La Peg at FringeArts…Located in the modern-industrial FringeArts building across from the Race Street Pier, La Peg at FringeArts was named “Best American Restaurant” by Philadelphia magazine in their 2016 “Best of Philly” issue. The contemporary American bar and restaurant serves refined versions of comfort food classics in a dazzling setting that expands the city’s historic Old City district to include the banks of the Delaware River. The dynamic space is a fitting backdrop for Chef Woolsey’s familiar-yet-elevated fare, marrying classic dishes with his mastery of French technique. The restaurant frequently hosts live performances in cooperation with FringeArts, working closely with President Nick Stuccio, ranging from bands to pop-up performances to cabarets; brunch is available on weekends, and a bar and late-night menu offers a wealth of dining options to suit everything from a casual visit to a full, multi-course meal. They are also proud to host private parties of all sizes.