If you recall, during the summer of 2015, the Point Breeze pop-up garden was a hot-topic situation. The Department of Licenses and Inspections shut down the garden at 1622 Point Breeze Ave. on multiple occasions. Now over a year later, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court has decided that the pop-up was in fact legally operating on the site.
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The troubles are continuing for the Point Breeze pop-up garden. We told you earlier this month about the garden being shut down by the Department of Licenses and Inspections, along with the garden’s reopening a few days following the debacle. Now the garden has been shut down yet again.
UPDATE: A judge has ruled that the Point Breeze Popup can reopen, and they’re planning to be back in business on Saturday. More from Billy Penn: After being shut down earlier this week, the Point Breeze Pop-Up beer garden is back in business. Immediately after receiving the July 8 cease and desist order the Department of Licenses […]
Want to grab some drinks and shop for art at the same time? On Saturday, July 18 the pop-up garden from John Longacre of American Sardine Bar, located at Point Breeze Avenue and Tasker Street, will be hosting more than 15 local artists and boutiques for an art market.