Easter Promenade 2015

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  • Master of ceremonies Henri David
  • Philadelphia Freedom Band
  • The Bunny Hop
  • Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cottontail
  • Easter Bunny photos (with your camera)
  • Best dressed contests
  • Free treats (for contest participants)

Prize will be awarded in 12 categories for best dressed kids, families and even FIDO too!

After the festivities, stay for a fabulous brunch on South Street – including these great spots:

  • Bridget Foy’s (200 South Street) – Enjoy brunch with your family starting bright and early at 9:00am with the full brunch menu and special Easter day additions. Highlights will include Blueberry Ricotta Pancakes, Shrimp and Grits and Eggs Benedict. Call 215-922-1813 for reservations. Bridget Foy’s offers the best view of the parade as the route turns the corner in front of the restaurant from South Street into Headhouse Square.
  • Ela (627 S. 3rd Street) – Guests can enjoy a special prix-fixe brunch menu for $30.00 per person starting at 10:00am until 5:00pm. Call 267-687-8512 or visit open table for reservations and full menu information.
  • Me N Mo Meatballs and More (214 South Street) – Bring the whole family for Easter Sunday brunch and Sunday supper that will feature the regular menu plus menu additions. Specials will include lamb meatballs with a Barolla rosemary wine reduction, veggie balls with mushroom cream sauce and chicken meatballs with shallots and white wine. For the smallest of bunnies, Me N Mo Meatballs and More will have free treats for the kids (while supplies last). Me N Mo is directly on the Easter Promenade route and provides a great value at meals starting at only $8.00 and up. The bar will also be open for those looking for wine, sangria and cocktails. Reservations only for parties of six or more by calling 215-928-3262.
  • Redwood (340 South Street) – Enjoy a special three-course Easter brunch from 10:00am to 4:00pm for $26.00 including appetizer, brunch entree and dessert. Standard menu will also be available including Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict, Veal Shortrib Hash, and Chicken and Waffles. Call 215-238-1512 for reservations and full menu information.
  • Twisted Tail (509 S. Second Street) – Enjoy Easter brunch in Headhouse Square right next to the main promenade stage from 10:00am to 4:00pm. Twisted Tail will serve a la carte from their standard brunch menu plus offer feature dishes. Call for 215-558-2471 for reservations.

Also open on Easter Sunday with regular menus:

    • Brauhaus Schmitz (718 South Street) – Enjoy selections from the standard lunch menu beginning at 11:30am. Visit open table or call 267-909-8814 for reservations.
    • Jon’s Bar & Grille (300 South Street) – Brunch will be served from 11:00am to 3:00pm along with regular menu items.  Call (215) 592-1390 for reservations and information.
    • Pizzeria Stella (420 South Second Street) – Weekly specials and regular menu will be available starting at 10:00am. Call (215) 320-8000 for reservations and information.
    • Supper (926 South Street) – Brunch will be served 10:30am to 3:00pm with standard brunch menu that includes Red Velvet Pancakes, Supper Fritata, Blue Corn Mango Pancakes and more. Call 215-592-8180 or visit open table for reservations.

Event is rain or shine. Free and open to the public.

South Street Spring Festival – 2015

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Save the date – May 2, 2015

South Street kicks off Philly’s summer festival season with a free, all-day, all ages block party on Saturday, May 2, 2015 from 11:00am to 8:00pm. Festivities will take over South Street between Front and 8th, plus continue onto 2nd Street Plaza.

30+ restaurants and bars will serve food and drink outside on the street. The district will come alive with music and entertainment from three stages and eight additional street locations. Children of all ages will enjoy free family fun in the Kids Zone. 40+ artists and retailers will cater to your shopping needs. In conjunction with the Festival, Brauhaus Schmitz will host the 3rd annual German Maifest with German beers, dancers, music, food and the city’s largest Maypole.

South Street Spring Festival is FREE and open to the public. Food and drink are pay-as-you-go. 21 and up with identification to drink. Rain or shine. Check back here for the full schedule, or call us at 215-413-3713 and follow @officialsouthst #SouthStFest on Twitter.

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Santa’s South Street Stumble 2014

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It’s the most wonderful time for a beer!

$5.00 Admission includes: South Street Santa Hat, Passport & Drinks Specials

Advance tickets available at: SantaStumble2014.eventbrite.com

$3.00 Craft Beer, $4.00 Wine, $5.00 Cocktails

Check in – Cavanaugh’s Headhouse (421 S. 2nd Street)

Collect at least 5 stamps in your passport to win gift certificates from participating businesses! Turn in your passport at Brauhaus Schmitz by 9:30pm. Winners announced at 9:45pm and must be present.

12 SSHD bars/restaurants:

  • The Boyler Room – 328 South Street
  • Brauhaus Schmitzz – 718 South Street
  • Bridget Foy’s – 200 South Street
  • Cavanaugh’s Headhouse – 421 S. 2nd Street
  • Copabanana – 344 South Street
  • Jon’s Bar & Grille – 300 South Street
  • MANNY BROWNS ON SOUTH STREET – 512 South Street
  • O’Neals Pub – 611 S. 3rd Street
  • Primo’s South Street – 326 South Street
  • Redwood – 340 South Street
  • The Twisted Tail – 509 S. 2nd Street
  • Woolly Mammoth – 430 South Street

Winter Wonderland 2014

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South Street Headhouse District presents their annual extravaganza Winter Wonderland on Sunday, December 7, 2014, from 3:00pm to 7:00pm, at the Historic Headhouse Square Shambles on 200 Pine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147.  Free family fun will include the annual holiday tree lighting, Santa Claus arriving on a firetruck, free horse-drawn carriage rides, performances by Philadelphia Dance Academy and Society Hill Dance Academy, and the Headhouse Holiday Market in conjunction with PHAIR. Brauhaus Schmitz will serve mulled wine and other treats.

During the event, follow along on Twitter at @officialsouthst #SouthStHoliday.

Winter Wonderland is a celebration of SSHD’s finest holiday traditions, with free fun for all ages. Santa Claus will arrive on a firetruck with our city’s finest, then he will greet children and collect their wish lists. Parents should bring their own cameras for photos with Santa. Free horse-drawn carriage rides will be available from Philadelphia Trolley Works. The highly popular “Nutcracker Mash-Up” dance performance by the Philadelphia Dance Academy is back. The award-winning Society Hill Dance Academy will perform holiday ballroom dances for the crowds as well. South Street Headhouse District businesses will join vendors from PHAIR under the Shambles for the Headhouse Holiday Market with gifts for everyone on your list. Brauhaus Schmitz will serve German sausage sandwiches, goulash, beer and gluhwein (mulled wine)

Before or after Winter Wonderland, visitors are encouraged to stroll the District and enjoy holiday window displays at 30+ boutiques and restaurants. Celebrity judges will select the winners who will be announced during the evening’s ceremonies.

SCHEDULE:

  • 3:00pm to 7:00pm – Headhouse Holiday Market with PHAIR, food and drink by Brauhaus Schmitz
  • 5:00pm – Santa Claus arrives
  • 5:30pm – Society Hill Dance Academy performance
  • 6:00pm – Nutcracker Mashup by the Philadelphia Dance Academy
  • 6:30pm – Tree Lighting and Winter Wonderland Storefront Challenge winners announced

Give back: SSHD, CBS 3 and The CW Philly 57 will collect unwrapped toys for children in the region through the Salvation Army. Look for collection bins under the Shambles during the event.

Dia de los Muertos Festival

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South Street Headhouse District announces the resurrection of the Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Festival and Parade, on Sunday, November 2, 2014.  After a twelve year hiatus, this popular celebration returns to honor departed loved ones while celebrating the circle of life. The unique procession will feature spectacular giant puppets, dancing skeletons, traditional Mexican music, strolling costumed spirits, Frida Kahlo look-alikes and a funeral hearse.  The parade route begins at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens (1020 South Street) starting at 1:45pm and ends on the 400 block with food, drink, art and family fun from 2:00pm to 7:00pm. The parade and street festival are free, with food and drink pay-as-you-go.

 “After all these years, we are proud to bring this beloved festival and parade back to Philadelphia,” said Executive Director Michael Harris. “It will be a day to celebrate those we have lost, contemplate our existence and reaffirm our ties with our ancestors.”

Children and adults are encouraged to come in costume and share food, art, music and fun with their extended community, both living and dead.  Starting at 1:30pm, participants can gather at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens. While waiting pay homage to deceased family members and friends by writing a chalk message in front of the specially created “ofrenda,” or altar offering up gifts to the dead. The parade kicks off at 1:45pm and feature spectacular giant puppets, dancing skeletons, traditional Mexican music, strolling costumed spirits, Frida Kahlo look-alikes and a funeral hearse (provided courtesy of McGuinness Funeral Home).

Once the procession hits the 400 block, the festival comes to life with music, song and performances from the following:  Philadelphia best restaurants, Philadephia food, Philadelphia best tourist spot, South Street Headhouse District Philadelphia, Coffee shop philadelphia, Hair Salon philadelphia, Tourist spots philadelphia, South Street philadelphia, Events philadelphia, Drink Specials Philadelphia, Live music philadelphia, Bars in philadelphia,

  • Mariachi Pedro Villaseñor (1:45pm to 2:30pm)
  • Los Straitjackets (2:45pm to 3:30pm)
  • Fuego Nuevo (3:30pm)
  • Tonantzin Coatlicue (3:45pm to 4:15pm)
  • Grupo de Danza Nuevo Mexico (4:30pm to 5:00pm)
  • Grupo Cenzontle (5:15pm to 5:45pm)
  • Ensemble de Folklore de la Escuela de Música del Estado de Hidalgo (6:00pm to 7:00pm)

 

The world’s number one instrumental combo, Los Straitjackets, will perform a special preview prior to their show at World Café Live that night where they will perform with the legendary Deke Dickerson in promotion of their new album Los Straitjackets: Deke Dickerson Sings the Instrumental Hits. For tickets and more information, visit tickets.worldcafelive.com

Additionally, participants can enjoy face painting, art demonstrations with Joel Garcia from the Eyes Gallery, Frido Kahlo look-alike contest hosted by the Eyes Gallery, skull tile making, and food and drink from Baron Von Schwein, Copabanana, Farm Truck, Las Bugambilias,Tuk Tuk Real and Woolly Mammoth.  All festival activities will take place on the 400 block, which will be closed to traffic.
 
Leading up to the Day of the Dead, stop by the Headhouse Square Fountain this week to visit an ofrenda hosted by Brujo de la Mancha (artist, musician, and traditional Aztec dancer). This altar will serve as a place for the community to place objects to honor their loved ones and will include a set of pre-Columbian sculptures provided by Nazbalam, Cascada del Jaguar.

The Day of the Dead Festival and Parade is presented by South Street Headhouse District with support from the Consulate of Mexico in Philadelphia, the Mexican Cultural Center, and in part by grant funding from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, as part of its Knight Art Challenge.  Guidance is being provided by original organizers, Isaiah and Julia Zagar of Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens and Eyes Galley, and Bill Curry of Copabanana.  

All activities are free and open to the public. Food and drink are pay-as-you-go. Beer and cocktails are available for those 21 and up, with valid identification.

South Street Super Sunday

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Blue Party Fundraiser

In addition to South Street Super Sunday, from 1:00PM-5:00PM, join Bella Vista Neighborhood Association, Queen Village Neighborhood Association, Hawthorne Empowerment Coalition and the South Street Headhouse District for our “Blue Party Fundraiser.” All proceeds benefit the needed repairs to the South Street Police Mini-Station

For a donation of $20.00 per person, enjoy food & beverages from Nomad Pizza, Good King Tavern, Supper/Global Dish Catering and Dickey’s BBQ on South 7th Street between South & Bainbridge Streets.

Donations payable to: Friends of South Street Police Mini-Station

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 63871, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Please visit the Friends of the Ministation’s website for more details: www.policeministation.org

As a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, your contributions are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Dining and Dancing Under the Stars

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The Friends of Bainbridge Green, South Street Headhouse District, Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, and Queen Village Neighbors Association are proud to present Dining and Dancing Under the Stars: A Fundraiser and Kickoff Event for Bainbridge Green on Tuesday, October 28st from 6-10PM.

Bainbridge Green will be transformed into a magical outdoor dining, dancing and food truck festival experience.

VIP tickets are available and includes a sit-down dinner for $125 per ticket. This will include wine, beer and hors d’oeuvres during cocktail hour with beer from Brauhaus Schmitz, and a sit-down dinner by Southwark and Ela. Dessert will be a collaborative effort from several local restaurants. Coffee will be poured by our friends at Ox Coffee.

There will also be a general admission area with local food trucks and beer from Brauhaus Schmitz. The evening will conclude with music and dancing.

To purchase VIP tickets click on the Eventbrite HERE

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Fashion Under the Shambles

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SOUTH STREET ROCKS THE PHILADELPHIA COLLECTION WITH OPEN-AIR RUNWAY SHOW HOSTED BY AMERICA’S NEXT TOP MODEL FINALIST CORY WADE HINDORFF

* Twenty-one boutiques and salons collaborate in runway show under the historic Shambles *

Philadelphia, PA — South Street Headhouse District (SSHD) celebrates the Philadelphia Collection with Fashion Under the Shambles, on Tuesday, September 23, 2014, with doors opening at 6:00pm. The Headhouse Square Shambles (200 Pine Street) will be transformed into a giant open-air runway that will showcase men’s and women’s cutting-edge, street styles from 21 SSHD boutiques and salons. America’s Next Top Model Finalist Cory Wade Hindorff will preside as master of ceremonies, and architect/couture fashion designer Conrad Booker will debut dazzling new fashion installations. VIP tickets are $25 and include a reserved seat, swag bags, two drink tickets and complimentary hors d’oeuvres. Free general admission is available for standing room only. For tickets and RSVP, visit southstfashion.eventbrite.com. For more info, call 215-413-3713 and follow #SouthStFashion @officialsouthst on Twitter.

“Fashion Under the Shambles celebrates the best of the district, with something for men and women, from day to night,” said BUS STOP Boutique owner and SSHD Board Member Elena Brennan. “Look for vintage original designs, thrift-store fashions, punk rock chic, affordable and stylish men’s clothing, hard to find European shoes and accessories, feminine and soft womenswear, and even a taste of the erotic. They say only on South Street for a reason. Get ready to be wowed!”

Fashion Under the Shambles showcases the best of local Philadelphia fashion with unexpected and innovative collaborations between the boutiques and salons on Fabric Row and throughout SSHD. “The eclectic mix across the runway will be a celebration of how on trend South Street is this very second,” said Brennan. Participating boutiques and salons will include:

BOUTIQUES

Armour Philadelphia
BUS STOP
CRASH BANG BOOM
Eye’s Gallery
Hats in the Belfry
Helena Boutique
McKinzie Chic
Moon + Arrow
Nostalgia
PASSIONAL Boutique
The Pet Snobs Boutique
Philly AIDS Thrift
PnkElephant
Totem Brand
Urban Princess Boutique

SALONS

Follicle Studio
LunaRosa Salon
Modish Hair Salon
Rocker Head Salon
Salon on 4th
Eviama Life Green Spa & Boutique

America’s Next Top Model Finalist Cory Wade Hindorff preside as master of ceremonies. Hindorff lives in the neighborhood and is often spotting frequenting SSHD boutiques, stores and restaurants. As a special bonus, architect, couture fashion designer and visual merchandiser  Conrad Booker will debut new fashion installations that will pop under the Shambles. Booker’s creations have been showcased locally, regionally and nationally, including on the hit television show, Project Runway. Music will be provided by DJ Patrick Feliciano from KBM Productions. Hors d’oeuvres will be provided by Bridget Foy’s, Headhouse Crab & Oyster, Redwood and Twisted Tail.   Doors open at 6:00pm, with the show started at 7:00pm. Event is held under the cover of the Shambles, rain or shine. Fashionable attire required. Event is 21 and up. VIP tickets are only $25 and include complimentary hors d’oeuvres, swag bags, two drink tickets and reserved show seating. General admission is free with RSVP required, and includes standing room only, hors d’oeuvres and cash bar. For RSVP and tickets, visit

SouthStFashion.eventbrite.com

For more information, call 215-413-3713 and follow #SouthStFashion @officialsouthst on Twitter.

Dog Days of Summer 2014

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Celebrate the dog days of summer – and National Hot Dog month – with the ultimate hot dog cook-off!

South Street Headhouse District, in conjunction with Hot Diggity!, returns with the 3rd Annual Dog Day of Summer Cook-Off under the Shambles in historic Headhouse Square. Follow: #DogDays14

MEET THE COMPETITION

Dog Days of Summer will feature hot dogs and homemade sausages created by 20 restaurants and food trucks from around the region, including: 

  • Alla Spina
  • Bistro Romano
  • Brauhaus Schmitz
  • BrazBQ
  • Bridget Foy’s
  • Cavanaugh’s
  • Cherry Bomb Bus
  • Copabanana
  • Headhouse Oyster & Crab Co.
  • Hot Diggity!
  • Industry Bar
  • Lucky’s Last Chance
  • MisConduct Tavern
  • Noir
  • Rex 1516
  • Sancho Pistola’s
  • Serrano Restaurant
  • Society Hill Society
  • Tap Room on 19th
  • Twisted Tail

A panel of judges that includes media, chefs and celebrities will award three prizes to the top grill masters, including a $1,000 first place award. The ticket-buying public will also have the opportunity to try all of the hot dog creations and vote for their “fan favorite” dog. Judges announced so far include: Marc Summers, Matt Cord, Danya Henninger, Michael Klein, Drew Lazor, Josh Middleton, Audra Neff, Carly Szkaradnik and Julia West.

** YOU ** CAN ENTER AND WIN!

In addition to the professional competition, 20 contestants will compete in an amateur topping contest that features a “Philadelphia” theme this year. All topping combinations should be inspired by a favorite street, neighborhood, sports team, restaurant, or even favorite Philly Centric ingredients like our local beers, pickles and produce. The winner of the toppings contest will have their creation feaured for a month on the menu at Hot Diggity! Nominate yourself by emailing Hot Diggity! owner Keith Garabedian at keith@thehotdiggity.com. For more information and rules, visit Hot Diggity! on Facebook.

 

In addition to delicious dogs, attendees are invited to enjoy cold drafts provided by Victory Brewing Company & 5 O’clock Brew Co. (21 and up) and fruity, natural and small-batch pops from Mom Pops. Live entertainment will be provided by local band Black Stars. 

 

TICKETS ON SALE NOW

–> VIP ADVANCE TICKETS

A limited quantity of VIP passes are on sale NOW at dogdays14.eventbrite.com for $30 and include early access at 12:00pm before the crowds, a VIP gift, and 20 food/drink tickets.

–>GENERAL PUBLIC ADMISSION

General admission starts at 1:00pm and is free. Food and drink for general admission is pay-as-you-go with tickets costing 4/$10 or 15/$30. Food will cost one ticket. Beer will cost two tickets. dogdays14.eventbrite.com

 
Funds raised will support the preservation of the historic Headhouse Square Shambles. The Shambles is America’s oldest surviving Colonial-era marketplace, also known as “New Market.”  Built before the Revolution in 1745, its design mimics the many market structures or rural England – characterized by two parallel rows of brick pillars supporting a gable roof that covers an arched and plastered ceiling.  Farmers, merchants, traders, and craftsmen would back their wagons under the archway where Colonists would shop.  Headhouse Square Farmers’ Market, Phair, Veg Fest, Green Fest, Philly Beer Week Beer Garden and many other events all call the Shambles their home during the year.

Come hungry and ready to try the best hot dogs that Philadelphia has to offer!

Thank you to sponsors 5 O’clock Brew Co., Drink Philly, Green Mountain Energy, Mom Pops, Uber, Victory Brewing Company and Yelp Philly.

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For more about the event call (215) 413­3713 or follow #DogDays14 @officialsouthst on Twitter.