Edible World: Polish Restaurants in Port Richmond
First Person Arts invites you on a behind-the-kitchen-door tour of Port Richmonds rich Polish culinary culture with Philadelphia Inquirer food columnist Rick Nichols on Saturday, March 28 from 1-4:30PM.
Youll stroll down Richmond Avenue, stopping to sample white borscht, kielbasa (smoked right in the neighborhood over a special mix of locally-gathered fruit-wood branches), hunters stews, pierogies, sweet babkas and chruschiki (bow-ties with powdered sugar), and much more and of course some good Polish beer to wash it all down!
Along the way, the inimitable Rick Nichols will let you in on the juiciest bits of neighborhood history. Plus, youll hear stories from the immigrants and their children who are continuing these century-old traditions and creating their own!
Tickets are $85/person or $160/couple ($75/person for First Person Arts members). That includes all food, drinks, tax and gratuity).
Not only can you sample the tastes and tales of a neighborhood that is still living its Old World traditions, you can count $50 of every ticket purchased as a tax-deductible donation.
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|