This move prompted some changes. The vegan market now offers communal dinners on Saturdays with a six-course meal, along with meal delivery services, cooking classes and more. What else are you missing out on at Miss Rachel’s Pantry? According to Philly Mag, the mushroom bacon bits are a pretty big deal.
Calling all South Philly artists: Passyunk Square Civic Association wants to see your work.
For their upcoming art auction, they’re seeking additional artworks from South Philadelphians in various mediums.
This month the shop unveiled some renovations, keeping the old school charm of the long-standing business, all while improving the appearance and function of the store.
Monster Pets, the family-owned and operated pet supply store at 1946 S. Columbus Blvd., has teamed up with the Pennsylvania Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals to offer pet adoption and other services.
This new partnership is now allowing the PSPCA to expand into South Philadelphia and beyond as part of the organization’s initiative of “Spreading Out To Save More Lives.”
For 114 years, Goldstein’s clothing store for boys and men was located at 809 S. 6th St.
Now changes are happening for the long-standing store, with a move farther into South Philly at 2537 S. Broad St.
Pretty soon East Passyunk Avenue will have even more diverse dining options.