There are more than a few reasons to love Rittenhouse Tavern (251 S. 18th St.): the gorgeous Art Alliance dining room, Nick Elmi's intriguing and elegant places and this time of year, their lovely patio.
I really like the aesthetic and sensibility of Philadelphia’s Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction.
About Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction:“Located in the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia, our flagship store joins the ranks of the long-standing architectural bastions of the Cradle of Liberty.
Heirloom Modern hit shelves today - and we're celebrating the birth next Thursday. If you're around NYC, please come by Anthropologie in Chelsea Market to say hello - and swig down a few Sage gimlets and Rhuby-champers cocktails fromArt in the Age Craft Spirits!
Sandwiched between NYC and DC, Philadelphia—and its shopping scene—faces some stiff competition. So how does the City of Brotherly Love manage to stand its ground?
Rhubarb Tea: My Pennsylvania Dutch roots have been watered with this new spirit that is strangely, deliciously compelling. Rhubarb Tea, by Art in the Age Craft Spirits, is made from neutral spirit, rhubarb, lemon, beets, carrots, vanilla, cardamom, pink peppercorn, coriander and petitgrain