June 19, 2015

The Weekender

By Todd Scalgione

Father’s Day Edition
Welcome back Cashmanites! This weekend we are focusing on a very special someone: DAD!! Father’s Day is swiftly approaching and it’s important that we all show our dads an amazing time this weekend. From festivals to beer I’ve got you in the clear for an amazing day with Dad. Get ready to show him a great time. Here’s #Toddstwocents on the best #fathersday ever!

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DO: BALTIMORE AVENUE DOLLAR STROLL
Got a bunch of bills? Head to West Philadelphia as local businesses in University City will open stand on the sidewalk and offer amazing $1 deals on food and local beer. You don’t need to be rich to have an awesome time!

SEE: MANAYUNK ARTS FEST
Take your dad to the Manayunk Arts Festival this Saturday and Sunday. There will be all different kinds of art including fiber, glass, ceramic, jewelry, mixed media, painting, drawing, photography, wood and sculpture! If Dad’s an art fanatic make sure not to miss this one. Plus, stop by The Juice Merchant on Main Street for their sneak peek weekend. They are open with a limited menu during the Arts Fest!

GO: ATLANTIC CITY FUN
A Father’s Day weekend of gambling, drinks, the beach and warm weather sounds awesome! Make sure to check out Bally’s Beach Bar for some outdoor fun with Dad! Also reserve your place for dinner at Carmine’s at the Quarter. Here they are offering $69 36-ounce prime rib chop as well as a four-pasta dinner for $40. Dad definitely loves to eat!

TASTE: YARDS’ TASTING ROOM
Take your dad to Yard’s Tasting Room this Sunday for a Father’s Day Cookout with Guerilla Ultimate food truck. What’s better for Dad than ribs, chicken, beer and sunshine? Plus don’t forget to pick up a rad tee for dad as all accessories and beer gear for dads is 25% off online until Father’s Day with promo code WHATDADDRINKS

HEAR: FETE DE LA MUSIQUE AT SOFITEL PHILADELPHIA
This Sunday, while Dad is out golfing, you can take your Mom to join in the festivities of World Music Day at the Sofitel Philadelphia. For the past 20 years France has celebrated the Fete de la Musique in conjunction with the summer solstice. Although created in Paris, this celebration has become an international event. Enjoy afternoon tea in the charming French Brasserie Chez Collette at 2pm with live music from Minas!

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