Door to Drinks in the Maker District
Fall out of your door and you'd practically land in front of Union Transfer, one of the city's best destinations for live music and events. You can say you saw them when. Walk five minutes east and land at Silk City for brunch in the garden or dancing all night long. Walk ten minutes south and take your pick from any of the hundreds of restaurants in one of the best Chinatowns in America. Five minutes west and you'll find not one, but two restaurants from the Vetri Family, one of the nation's premier restaurant groups.
If you can walk to all of that, then imagine how close it all is on your bike. And the Broad Street Line is a few blocks away, so you can zip to school, or tailgate without worry.
Reading Terminal market
Your neighborhood market is the world renowned Reading Terminal Market. Over eighty merchants selling fresh and prepared foods. From the produce at Iovine's to Food TV's Best Sandwich in America at Tommy Dinic's. Cook, or don't, they've got you covered.
The World is your oyster
Walking distance to not one, not two, but three of the best brunch spots in the city: Silk City, Brick and Mortar, and Cafe Lift. You can give your mother a new look every time she visits. And oh yeah, Chinatown, Bufad Pizza, two Vetri restaurants, Prohibition Taproom...
Walk, Bike, Drive, Ride
While there is plenty to walk to, we know you might want to get a little further afoot. The Broad Street Line is a few blocks away and the 23, 43, 45, and 47 busses are all right here. Parking is plentiful and house living means you have room for as many bikes as you'd like.
SIT, STAND, DANCE
Whether a band, a DJ, or a bartender is your entertainer of choice, you'll have options galore. Union Transfer, The Electric Factory, Silk City, The Trestle Inn, Prohibition Taproom, Alla Spina, Brick and Mortar, and Roy Pitz, and that's just within stumbling distance.
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