Now that the New Year is upon us, the holiday menu is in the rear view. This year's restaurant week runs January 14-26, 2018, and there are more than 100 different restaurants to choose from. We've gone through the options and picked eight options for the family to try. Every winter and fall, restaurants offer three-course dinners for $35 per person. Some will also offer a three-course lunch for $20 per person. Resrvations are required and can usually be made through OpenTable. We also recommend checking out these spots for kids to eat free.
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Winter may not officially be here yet, but the first snowfall has us thinking about what to do (and where to go) this winter. Whether you enjoy skiing, building snowmen, or roasting s’mores, there are plenty of cold-weather winter activities to do. If you’re thinking of going away for a winter weekend, there are plenty of options for a quick road trip.
As you enter the Arden Theatre, you’ll probably start to wonder what a campfire has to do with Peter Pan. This adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s classic tale takes on a modern twist, with a lot of familiar faces.
‘Tis the season! Besides meeting Santa and find the perfect Christmas gift, max out on memories at these local events. We’ve included a mix of indoor and outdoor events, and rest assured that the outdoor events will come equipped with hot cocoa and other warm treats. With only six weeks until Christmas, it's time to start planning for days of fun with these must-do holiday experiences.
School doesn't have to end when the bell rings; there are plenty of free and inexpensive options for enrichment in Philadelphia's after-school programs. If you’re looking for a fun and educational way for your kids to spend their late afternoons and early evenings, you’ll be happy to hear that after-school programs don’t have to break the bank. The programs are a great way to help kids stay ahead of their schoolwork, and also hone in on their specific interests.
Summer’s in the rear view, and Philly parents might be wondering where to go for a fun escape from the cooler weather. Philadelphia is home to tons of museums and playgrounds, but did you know that there are also plenty of family-friendly spots for free indoor fun? We've rounded up some great indoor venues below, and also some other spots that parents will enjoy as well. Did we mention they're all free?
Whether your child wants to be cute, funny, or scary this Halloween, there are plenty of shops in and around Philadelphia that will have the popular costumes for this season (expect to see plenty of Moanas, Lightning McQueens, and Wonder Women). We've rounded up some of the many costume shops in the area so you can find the perfect costumes for your little ones.
To get more than just one night's use out of the costume, check out these local Halloween-themed adventures.
Escape rooms are as popular as ever. If you haven’t been locked in a room with your friends, family, or coworkers, Halloween is a great time to hear about it from your older kids. The escape rooms we mention are not recommended for children under the age of 12. This Halloween, escape rooms will let kids exercise their minds, not just their screams. The “locked” group has up to an hour to solve clues to make their way out. While some local escape rooms have haunted themed rooms, there are also some major Halloween attractions that have added escape rooms. Instead of seeing an “I escaped!” sign, your teen might actually feel like “I survived!” the challenging fright fest. If you’re looking to try this adventure with your family during the rest of the year, check out our post on family-friendly escape rooms.