#PCCBUZZ Restaurant Week, Philly Fashion Week, Food Stories & Tidbits
Good Friday – Let’s check out what’s happening around town including a bit of gossip.
Philly Fashion Week is happening right now. The kick off was on Wednesday night; last night there was a fashion show at Century 21 hosted by Melissa Magee, 6ABC.
Thanks to Marissa Reale for these shots.
Last night I saw that Dilworth Park has new lighted seats that change color.
Sunday is the last day for you to skate at Rothman Ice Rink as it’s closing for the season.
But don’t fret Center City District is readying Dilworth Park for the nest season of fun, I noticed they’ve installed these cool lighted seats. They flash different colors too for making it that more festive.
I don’t know about you this past weeks taste of summer had me heading to the Philly Zoo. I even bought a membership. They start at $85 and admits you and a guest, plus you get free parking.
BTW did you notice the “Lateran” is lit on top of the Comcast Technology Center
Panda Express is now open at 10th & Market Streets
BTW over in the UK KFC had a problem with their new delivery service and many of their stores ran out of the main course – chicken.
This week they took advertisements out in the paper publishing the above photo. I think they’re pretty cool.
BTW A local chef told me there’s a shortage of bananas and humus in our neck of the woods.
Speaking of Food….
Beet Salad from Paradiso
Two of Philadelphia’s most anticipated restaurant weeks makes it return next week!
Will Shaw, executive chef Barcelona
* Chhaya Cafe – Opening special hours for dinner service with a pop-up Southern Sunday Supper concept, the entire menu was created special for East Passyunk Restaurant Week
* ITV – Top Chef Nicholas Elmi’s second location on the Avenue (next to Laurel) will make its debut with a full special menu created just for East Passyunk Restaurant Week
* Birra – Featuring a menu by one of the Avenue’s newest chefs, Ciro Lubrano Lavadera
Plus Chestnut Hill Restaurant Week starts on Sunday, February 25th! Participating Chestnut Hill restaurants will offer a dinner dining experience for $35. Come find your favorite from global cuisine, comfort food, BYOB, and more. https://chestnuthillpa.com/restaurant-week-chestnut-hill/