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Outside the Wharton Bubble: Make a day out of the Morris Arboretum

Outside the Wharton Bubble: Make a day out of the Morris Arboretum

 What is it? It’s basically a 92-acre garden with full fall foliage and lots of little fun places like a rose garden,  swan & duck pond, a log cabin, and other fun finds. You’ll see a lot of families with small kids, old  people, as well as couples. This is more of a lounge-and-have-a-nice-walk/picnic and

Dev Seafood Grill

Devon Seafood Grill

Sandwiched between Rouge and Parc, on the eastern edge of Rittenhouse Square, Devon Seafood Grill often blends into Parc restaurant as it has the same tables and chairs on the sidewalk. Inside, Devon’s is an old-school seafood restaurant with the ambiance of traditional steakhouses, such as Butcher and Singer, and Del Frisco’s. The service at

NomNom Philly: Jamonera

Established as part of the Marcie Turney and Valerie Safran’s revitalization of the 13th and Chestnut Streets of Center City, Jamonera belongs to a family of impressive restaurants in the neighborhood including Wharton favorites Barbuzzo and Lolita. Walking into the restaurant, unlike Barbuzzo’s bustling atmosphere or Lolita’s festive feel, Jamonera has a distinct feeling of

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Philadelphia’s Green Hour now at Time

Place: Time Whiskey Bar Address:  1315 Sansom Street Rating: 2.5 out of 4 Bottom line: The ideal choice for a few pre-dinner beverages or a boozy but low-key catch up. The absinthe is best enjoyed with a veteran drinking buddy or two. The venue can feel a bit hectic at times given the multiple rooms

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Manayunk Spotlight: The Goat’s Beard

I’ve heard that when Wharton students want to go on a secret date (god forbid someone sees you playing footsie with that guy from your cohort at Pub & Kitchen), they go to Old City.  Well folks, I have a new suggestion for you: MANAYUNK. Founded many moons ago, the town’s name is derived from