# East passyunk avenue
Explore East Passyunk's culinary delights at Flavors on the Avenue
Flavors on the Avenue, an outdoor street festival showcasing South Philadelphia’s finest culinary offerings, live entertainment, 100+ craft vendors, sidewalk sales, fun-filled, family-oriented activities, and much more, will be held on Sunday, April 30, from 11 am to 5 pm. It is an all-ages free event from Broad Street to Dickinson Street.
Celebrate Black History Month on East Passyunk Avenue
East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement Districtisan “Avenue for All” with numerous retailers, services, restaurants, and bars owned and operated by people from a wide variety of backgrounds and ethnicities, is honoring Black History Month by highlighting Black-owned businesses on the Ave: Haus of Wax, Ocho Rios Parilla, Super Loa, Supreme Beauty, The Dutch, Uprising ACM, Whiplash Allure, and the soon to open Sawubona Creativity Project.
Where to Dine and Drink on East Passyunk Avenue in Philadelphia
East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District (EPABID), home to more than 160 independently owned businesses in South Philadelphia, is a premier destination for standout, unforgettable meals, and cocktails for both locals and visitors alike, thanks to its diverse array of acclaimed food and beverage proprietors including Gabriella’s Vietnam,Ember & Ash, Perla,River Twice,Townsend EPX,Laurel, In The Valley (ITV), and Ocho Rios Parrilla. Folks dining and imbibing on East Passyunk Avenue have an extensive selection of distinct culinary finds and experiences, many of which are atypical above traditional dinners and drinks.
River Twice Hosting Seven Deadly Sins "Four-Night Run" in Late October
While bands are playing multi-night concert runs leading up to Halloween, River Twice is getting in the holiday spirit and doing a four-night run of their own, hosting four nights of ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ dinners from Thursday, October 27th, through Sunday, October 30th at the restaurant located at 1601 E. Passyunk Ave in South Philly.
1911 BYOB Adds Sunday Brunch, New Summer Menu, Pasta Collab with Janine Bruno
Nineteen Eleven BYOB, the newish restaurant from chefs Jon Raffa and Michael Gingras, located at 1911 East Passyunk Avenue, has debuted a new summer menu, added Sunday brunch, and collaborated with Chef Janine Bruno on a new pasta with a charitable initiative and a nod to a Philadelphia legend.
Townsend EPX Launches All-New Sunday Brunch In Time For Mother's Day
Just in time for Mother’s Day, Townsend EPX, the award-winning French restaurant and bar on East Passyunk Avenue helmed by Chef Townsend Wentz, launches a bountiful brunch menu with elevated, French-focused takes on traditional breakfast and lunch classics including Eggs Benedict, Broiled Oysters Royale, and ‘Steak & Eggs’, plus sensational daytime sippers – kicking off on Sunday, May 8 at 10:30 am.
Garden Days Celebration of Spring Returns To East Passyunk Avenue
The East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District, home to more than 160 independently-owned businesses in South Philadelphia, is hosting its second year of the bountiful “Garden Days” celebration, a verdant three-week themed series of events ahead of the Philadelphia Flower Show at nearby FDR Park in South Philadelphia. Garden Days begin on Saturday, May 7 and runs through Memorial Day, Monday, May 30.
The Dutch officially open on East Passyunk Avenue
The Dutch, the popular breakfast and lunch eatery with a focus on reinventing the Pennsylvania Dutch classics, has made the move from Pennsport to East Passyunk Avenue with its new location officially open for service, boasting a robust brunch menu with dinner service and a full bar program to come by mid-March.