Martha: In true Philly style, Martha is a hoagie-centric bar. All drinks are on draft, with local breweries, distilleries and wineries spotlighted on the menu.
Martha is an important bar. We don't know how else to say it. Go there to see what's being created in the city, or go because it is a warm, welcoming spot to hang. - Philadelphia Magazine
Lost Bar: Your nearby dive spot for brunch, conversation, and great music. According to Philly Home Girl Jeanne Whipple, Lost Bar is home to Philadelphia's best Bloody Mary.
Pizza Brain: Increase the piece! The country’s first pizza museum is decked out in colorful murals and serves up a mean slice.
Thang Long Noodle: If you want authentic Vietnamese food, look no further... This family-owned eatery offers classics such as pho and bubble tea. Even Craig Laban agrees!
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Grace & Glory Yoga: With classes offered seven days a week, this Baptise-style yoga studio will get your heart rate up at any of its vigorous, athletic offerings.
Urban Axes: "Axe Throwing. Like darts... only bigger and more satisfying!" Boy did we get excited when Urban Axes opened! You can join an axe throwing LEAGUE. How rad is that?!
Estilo Dance Studio: If you want to move to amazing, energetic music, and in a social setting, this is the place. Once you know the basics you can join in on their social events and performances around the city.
Little Berlin: This cooperative serves as an artist collective, gallery, performance, event, and exhibition space. Its focus is on emerging and established artists from Philadelphia and around the world.
Palmer Park: This beautifying green space is a source of pride for the neighborhood, and less than one mile away from Suite Row! It fosters community by hosting free and public events, such as movie screenings on warm evenings.
In coalition with the Philly Paper Jam, the Philly Home Girls and Blue Truck have funded Kensington’s Henry A. Brown Elementary School 100% for the 2016-17 school year. All of H.A. Brown’s 125 classrooms will have their paper needs met in full through our funding, so that teachers can teach and students can learn without fear of resource shortage.
H.A. Brown Academics invited the Philly Home Girls, Blue Truck Enterprises and United Makers to celebrate the arrival of their paper supply. We enjoyed a welcoming breakfast and joined the kindergarten classes for their morning projects!