Happy Hour at Distrito

Chef Jose Garces’ authentic Mexican restaurant in University City that just recently opened a brand-new, vibrant 80-seat patio along Chestnut Street and, as of September 15, is open for indoor dining, just re-launched its happy hour offerings.


Available 7 days a week from 4—6 p.m. the Distrito Happy Hour includes:

  • $2 Tectate beers
  • $5.50 Feliz Margs
  • $7 Devil’s Margarita
  • $4 Sonoran Dog *NEW menu item
  • $15 Taco Flight—four unique tacos: Mahi Mahi, Adobo Chicken, Pork Belly, Shrimp & Chorizo

Full HH menu can be found at


American Brasserie The Wayward Opens at East Market

August 3, 2020
The French-inspired American menu offers dishes that are both unique & approachable and a beautiful patio setting that is an urban oasis in the East Market neighborhood. The Wayward boasts the largest selection of gin in Philadelphia and a decadent raw bar selection with a focus on oysters. With happy hour from 4—6 p.m. every day, The Wayward is the perfect summertime dining destination. Make your reservation today! Here.

Canopy by Hilton Philadelphia Opens, Accepting Reservations

August 3, 2020
The city officially welcomes Pennsylvania’s first Canopy Hotel by Hilton, a 236-room hotel that is uniquely Philly. Canopy Philadelphia offers a robust art program that’s heavily inspired by Philadelphia’s modern street art and refers back to the hip-hop genre that was used to create the hotel’s modern Beaux-Arts hybrid design of the Historic Stephen Girard Building. The hotel itself is bold, conveniently located and offerings exciting amenities such as Canopy’s signature bike program. Book your stay today! Here.

Latinx Small Business Relief Fund

The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has created the R+ Latinx Small Business Relief Fund to support micro businesses in the Philadelphia Region that need to Retool, Restock, and Redesign as they Reintegrate into the economy. Donate here.


A Philadelphia resident started a virtual tip jar to help LGBTQ service industry professionals and performance artists who have been financially impacted by COVID-19. Donate here.

James Beard Foundation’s “Open for Good”

Through Open for Good, the Foundation is creating new programs to help the food & beverage industry survive, rebuild, and thrive. Programs include workshops, training, expert advice, best practices and restructuring; continued advocacy efforts to support federal, state, and local legislation; and financial support for restaurants. Donate and learn more here.