World’s Largest Bar Crawl


Have you ever dreamt of breaking a world record? Well it’s time to make your dream come true! “The World’s Largest Bar Crawl” comes to Philadelphia this Saturday, May 3, from 12-8 p.m. and attempts to rewrite history in the Guinness World Records for the largest Pub Crawl.  For this to become a reality, help is needed from everyone in the Philadelphia area. To be a part of history, purchase tickets now!

Starting at noon, get scanned in at any participating bar to receive your wristband and your official map. Then you are free to venture to any bar (77 and counting!) on the map with no cover charge. Your only obligations are to drink at least 5 oz of any “beverage” at each bar, visit at least ten locations and have fun!  Thousands of fellow crawlers will be roaming the streets of Philly during this eight-hour extravaganza.

To ensure everyone’s safety during this event, “The World’s Largest Bar Crawl” has partnered with Uber to help crawlers get from bar to bar. New Uber users can use the promo code found here for a complimentary ride up to $20.

The current World Record for largest bar crawl is 4,885 participants, held by Kansas City, Missouri. So come on Philly, this may be the only chance we have to drink our way to a world record! For more information log onto the official “The Crawl” Website: or follow the crawl on Twitter:

Half-Priced Burgers, Only at Miles Table

Summer is right around the corner and nothing gets the season started like a classic burger at a backyard barbecue. But you don’t need to wait for your neighbor to dust off their grill, right now Miles Table is serving up one of the best burgers in South Philadelphia. And these mouth-watering burgers come at a sweet deal; stop into Miles Table any Wednesday and get your burger at half the price! Imagine a thick burger patty piled high with cheddar cheese, tasty remoulade, fresh lettuce, sweet tomato and crisp onion topped off with savory applewood bacon. And what’s a burger without a pile of perfectly salted hand-cut french fries? You know you want it. See you on Wednesday!


Miles Table is located at 1620 South St Philadelphia PA, 19146 and is open Mon-Fri 7-8, Sat 8-8, Sun 8-6. For more information please call 267-318-7337. “Where the neighborhood eats.”



Dance Like Nobody’s Watching

ImageTime to break in those dancing shoes, it’s almost World Dance Day! Come out to the Piazza at Schmidtz this Sunday, April 27 to celebrate the art of movement. 

The 954 Dance Movement Collective will transform the Piazza into an open dance floor, encouraging all dance enthusiasts to show off their best moves. The event begins at noon with a showcase of local professionals and dance groups followed by open dance lessons from 1-2 p.m. The event will finishing with more featured performances until 3 p.m.

So come out, enjoy the show and dance your butt off!

For more information visit


Broad Street Foodies!

        Tie up those running shoes and get ready to pace yourself. Sunday, May 4 marks the 35th annual Blue Cross Broad Street Run. The citywide event continues to grow in popularity as it boasted over 38,000 participants last year.
        Runners World named the Broad Street Run as one of the fastest 10-mile courses in the country. The race begins at Central High School Athletic Field at the intersection of Broad Street and Somerville Avenue; the finish line reaches the Philadelphia Navy Yard at the end of Broad Street in South Philadelphia. The run is scenic and features sites along the way such as Temple University, City Hall, FDR Park, and the stadiums. Along the course, family and friends will be able to cheer loved ones on. Additional support comes from performances by local music groups, high school bands, and cheerleading squads.

After the race ends, runners should fuel up and revitalize their bodies. Lucky for them, Breslow Partners has already prepared a few recommendations:

Xfinity Live, located at 1100 Pattison Ave. in South Philadelphia, invites runners to recharge at their array of restaurants, such as PBR Bar & Grill and Victory Beer Hall. They feature long beer hall tables, outdoor seating, and for fun, a mechanical bull.

Other participants can head over to the Reading Terminal Market at 11th and Arch streets. In this food oasis, participants can enjoy DiNic’s famous roast pork and broccoli rabe sandwich that was crowned the best sandwich in America by the Travel Channel’s very own Adam Richman.

If you are craving an Asian inspired dish, a trip to Vietnam Restaurant in Chinatown will satisfy your hunger needs. The restaurant sits at 221 N. 11th St between Race and Vine streets. In 2005, Philadelphia Style named this Vietnamese haven the best restaurant in Chinatown.

This year’s participants can pick up their bib from the Pennsylvania Convention Center Hall A, on the following dates:

  • Friday, May 2, 2014 from 11- 7 P.M.
  • Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 9- 6 P.M.

Lastly, please remember that proper training for a 10-mile run is necessary. Two nights before the race, ensure a diet full of carbs. Before, during, and after the race, hydrate, hydrate, hydrate!

Breslow Partners is extremely proud of all Broad Street Run participants. We wish you guys the best of luck. See you at the finish line!

Hopping Down the Bunny Trail… or South Street!

Screen shot 2014-04-17 at 9.24.41 AMPhiladelphia’s favorite bunnies are back in town. South Street Headhouse District hosts the 83rd annual Easter Promenade this Sunday, April 20. Bring the family to enjoy an egg-citing free event filled with music from the Philadelphia Freedom band, bunnies, prizes and more!

Henri David will be the Master of Ceremonies and lead the parade from Passayunk Ave down South Street to Headhouse square again this year. Be prepared to look your Easter best for the best-dressed contest taking place for children, adults and even your furry friends. Don’t forget to bring your camera to snap photos with the Bunny Hop and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cottontail. The parade will begin at 12:30 and likely end at around 2 pm at Headhouse square.

Become part of the oldest Easter tradition here in Philadelphia and make it a family tradition of your own. Cost is FREE. For more info:

Questlove On The 1’s & 2’s For This Year’s Great Chefs After Party

Questlove+36th+Annual+ONE+Show+Honors+Best+Qjqcb1ggUf4lMirroring last year, Questlove will be spinning the night away at the after party for this year’s Great Chefs Event. The Grammy Award winning artist, Philadelphia native and founding member of The Roots will be blessing VIP attendees with his vivacious vinyl spins. His presence at the event is indicative of his omnipresent support of Marc Vetri and his efforts concerning the charities behind the Great Chefs Event (The Vetri Foundation for Children and Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation).

The after party will be held at Alla Spina, one of Vetri’s top Philly restaurants. The event will be closing off Mount Vernon St. and allowing VIPs to taste exclusive bites form the legendary chefs themselves, giving them truly an industry insider experience. If you plan on attending this epic extravaganza, it will cost you $525 for the event and after party combination; that is, if any tickets remain!

Attendees will be hustling out of work in anticipation of the 6 p.m. start time on Tuesday, June 10, at the Navy Yard. General Admission tickets for the event will run you $350, not including the after party. You can buy tickets here.

The Great Chefs Event [Official]

Alla Spina: 4110 Mt. Vernon St. – (215)-600-0017

Finding our four-legged friends places to call home FOREVER!

Pet Valu’s Pet Appreciation Weekend April 26 & 27

photoWhat a scene it’s going to be: People with their pooches, playing games and making new friends, and animal lovers sharing stories and advice. On Saturday and Sunday, April 26 and 27, Pet Valu presents Pet Appreciation Weekend (PAW), a celebration of our domestic critters and those who love them. There will be games, refreshments, giveaways and pet adoptions at all Pet Valu stores. While the events are focused around the weekend, Pet Valu and their generous customers will be raising money, donating food and supplies to local animal charities all month long.

PAW is a lighthearted, family-fun event with a serious message. Each year there are 5 to 7 million cats and dogs entering US shelters, and there are many others out in the streets. While we Americans spend about $45 billion annually on everything from pet food to grooming, pet homelessness remains a major problem; the ASPCA estimates the number of feral cats alone in the tens of millions. Pet Valu sees Pet Appreciation Weekend as a chance to build awareness and raise much-needed funds for local animal agencies and services. This is your chance to join Pet Valu in helping animals in need. There’ll be purrs and barks heard around the country! For more information, visit or call 1-800-PET-VALU (738-8258).


Dining Out for Life – Thursday, April 24, 2014

logo_doflWell over 150 restaurants across the Delaware Valley will donate 33% of the night’s proceeds to benefit men, women and children with HIV/AIDS. Dining Out for Life was founded in Philadelphia by ActionAIDS, this year we are celebrating our 24th Anniversary!

How does it work? Participating restaurants donate 1/3 of the cost of your meal to the fight against HIV/AIDS. Making a difference is as easy as going out to eat!

Support Dining Out for Life by dining out at your favorite restaurant. Search for participating restaurants by location, cuisine type, meal served – even for restaurants taking part in our special 20% Off Tuesday promotion. Make your reservations soon and remember to support these amazing restaurants throughout the year. They truly make a difference in your community!

You can volunteer as a Dining Out for Life Ambassador. Volunteers are key to the success of this event. Please contact us today! Thank you again for helping us make sure that no one faces AIDS alone. You are our hero!

Learn more about the local AIDS service organizations that benefit from Dining Out for Life Philadelphia & Delaware Valley.


Not Just Peanuts and Cracker Jacks Anymore

We all know how the song goes, “Take me out to the ball game, take me out to the crowd, buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks…” At Citizens Bank Park they might as well change that to “buy me some Federal Donuts and a Victory Lager.” With the Phillies Home Opener coming up on Monday, April 7 it is worth mentioning some of the great food and drink options available at Citizens Bank Park.

Federal Donuts at Citizens Bank Park

Federal Donuts at Citizens Bank Park

A Philadelphia favorite, Federal Donuts is getting ready to start their second season at the ballpark. Located near left field at section 140, the Federal Donuts stand offers several varieties of their tasty donuts and several different seasonings of their succulent fried chicken.

For those fans who are on a gluten-free diet, look no further than the gluten-free stand at section 136. Different gluten-free snack options are available as well as gluten-free hot dogs, pizzas, and cheesesteaks. And of course, Redbridge gluten-free beer.

What would a trip to the ballpark be without a nice cold beer? The Alley Brewing Company beer garden, located behind the bullpens and also entering its second season at the park, offers fans some great craft beer choices. Fans can enjoy Victory’s Alley Brewing Co. lager, which is made exclusively for the Phillies.

As we enter the Ryne Sandberg era in Philadelphia, why not enter an era of great, local food and beer at Citizens Bank Park?