Vegans and vegetarians can enjoy a loaded pizza, hearty sandwich, filling “steak” and dessert as much as the next guy. Being the foodie city that it is, Philadelphia has ample options for a vegan-only dinner, dessert and everything in between.
Beyond being a major hub in the global transportation network, Hartsfield-Jackson is also proud to be a major hub for exciting, high-quality retail options through our award-winning concessions program, ATL Skypointe.
Food and Philadelphia go hand in hand, so plan a day of fun, free activities to save up for food and drinks. Tour the historic district with a stop at the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and the newest addition, the Museum of the American Revolution. Most historic sites are free or pay what you wish, but be sure to check out seasonal discounts and lower rates based on age and service affiliation.
Mural Arts Philadelphia was originally established as part of an anti-graffiti program. Artists, community leaders, volunteers, students and other Philadelphians work together to make the organization a success and an integral part of the city’s landscape.
My friend and I grabbed brunch at La Calaca Feliz in Philadelphia’s Fairmount neighborhood recently. The Mexican eatery offers brunch service on Saturday and Sunday. Located in the heart of Fairmount, La Calaca Feliz is in close proximity to Eastern State Penitentiary, bars and restaurants and less than a mile from the Philadelphia Museum of Art.