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Start your afternoon off with a delicious al fresco brunch at Talula’s Garden in Washington Square -- the farmhouse-chic decor and botanical ambiance pairs well with a fresh vegetable frittata and morning scones.
It’s hard to miss the gorgeous mosaic instillation when you’re walking down South Street (it spans half the block), but you’ll learn the full story behind Philly’s Magic Garden on a guided tour.
Immerse yourself and your date into the labyrinth of mirrors, found objects, and glass bottle installations for just each.
Demos sell out fairly quickly, so check back soon for the July schedule.
Reading Terminal (one of America’s oldest and largest public markets) is a culinary Eden where you can literally eat everything -- and you should, since bringing a date means doubling the amount of socially acceptable orders.