HughE Around Town: Clambake, Little Lion, B&N Closes, Jason Kelce and More Tidbits

HughE Around Town: Clambake, Little Lion, B&N Closes, Jason Kelce and More Tidbits
Good Friday, hope you have a fantastic day. Definitely get out and enjoy as it’s going to be stormy soon.

Good news, The Little Lion at 243 Chestnut Street is starting to rebuild after a devastating fire at a neighboring building, 239 Chestnut. The Little Lion sustained severe water damage. Originally they thought it would only take a few months before they could rebuild, but because of demolition complications it’s been nearly 6 months. I would guess that they are looking near the end of the year.

Eagles’ Jason Kelce is hosting A Night of Philly Music at Ardmore Music Hall Saturday night, July 21 to benefit Make the World Better, started by ex-Eagles player Connor Barwin. Tickets are only $20 and there are still some left. TICKETS

So bummed Barnes & Noble Rittenhouse Square closes at 9PM now. Rittenhouse Row basically is like a shore town now, and rolls up it’s
retail sidewalk at 9PM.


Delicious News
Finally got over to Red Owl Tavern (433 Chestnut St)
to try out their Lobster Clambake last night. It was more delicious than I ever expected.
It’s a great deal too.
Tuesday through Sunday it’s $39, but the real bang for your buck is Monday night when it’s only $25. Make reservations to guarantee a seat.


Head to Intermix in a few weeks, shop til you drop while supporting a great charity – Bringing Hope Home

Thursday, August 2, 2018

The Mary Kline Classic’s inaugural Sports and Business Symposium, held in partnership with the Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center (SKCC) at Jefferson Health and Thomas Jefferson University, will bring together successful sports executives to share their experiences and expertise on topics such as tech, sports marketing, scouting, and much more.

Dorrance H. Hamilton Building
1001 Locust Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107

11 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
(VIP cocktail reception from 4:30 – 6 p.m.)

During this one-day event, attendees will hear from a diverse group of speakers—from organizations including the Philadelphia 76ers, Miami Heat, USA Basketball, and others—on how they built their career, their struggles along the way, and what goes into making it in a tough industry.

Howie Roseman, EVP of Football Operations for the Super Bowl–champion Philadelphia Eagles, will deliver the keynote address, and Ian Eagle of CBS Sports will emcee.  For more information and to purchase tickets and sponsorships, please visit www.Jefferson.edu/mkc



Have a great weekend, but come back on Sunday for more HughE Around Town….