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.
This weekend, we had two beautiful spring days: a little bit of chill in the air but sunshine and clear skies. To celebrate the return of outdoor weather, I wanted to make a lemonade. I found this Martha Stewart recipe for Lavender Lemonade and kicked it up a notch by adding in some Rhubarb Tea, a spirit made here in Philadelphia by the people at Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (the same makers of Sage, Root, and Snap).
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.
Hollister and Porter Hovey inherited a few interior-design rules from their mother: “Always save Hermès boxes, incorporate animal prints whenever you can … and never let a lack of chimney keep you from buying a mantel.”
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!