Philadelphia Restaurant week September 15-27th: If you’ve been dying to hit up that it expensive restaurant, this is the time to do it. $25 for lunch and $35 for dinner for 3 course meals. Grab your significant other, friend or fellow residents (or all the above) and hit up at least one of these amazing restaurants for a VERY discounted price.
Keep an eye out for Passyunk and Fairmount restaurant week in the spring.
Philadelphia restaurant week occurs twice a year!
Follow uwishunu.com for all the restaurant week details!
https://uwishunu.com : The go to place for weekly events (some free some not so free) around Philadelphia and the neighboring suburbs.
Cultural events…think the ballet, orchestra, etc: There are multiple Philadelphia “Young Friends” groups for young professionals ages 21-40. Members of these groups recieve discounted rates to all shows as well as access to pre/post show events.
I can see Hamilton for $10?!?!: Coming to Philly August 27-Nov 17! Check out below for how to snag some sweet seats for cheap! https://www.phillymag.com/news/2019/08/20/hamilton-tickets-philadelphia-lottery/
Philadelphia Museum of Art - Pay What You Wish Admission (Says free but they would appreciate a buck)First Sunday of the month 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. and every Wednesday 5:00–8:45 p.m.The Barnes Museum Free Events. https://www.barnesfoundation.org/whats-on/free
Penn Museum – Free With your CHOP/Penn ID. https://www.penn.museum/
Bartrams Garden - Hidden gem of a garden in west Philly. They have some free events such as kayaking on the river, beautiful walk/bike ride, free fishing, volunteer events, etc. http://bartramsgarden.org/calendar/
Shofosu Japanese Garden – tucked away in Fairmount Park is a hidden Philly gem. This Japanese garden is world renowned and amazing afternoon trip. Free for military and discounts for students (dig out that ID!) http://japanphilly.org/shofuso/
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Author: Sarah Rubin, PGY4 EM
Residency: Jefferson Northeast