A week an a half ago my friends (also known as The Tribe) were in Philly for a bachelorette party of one of our own.
As I am writing this post, I am going to apologize in advance for a lack of narrative. You are getting the bare bones story of my trip. Seriously, if you are Facebook friends or Snap Chat friends with me, you would have already seen most of this.
Because what happens in Vega-delphia stays in Vega-delphia.
I didn’t even SnapChat with the groom that weekend and he is one of my top SnapChat besties. Sorry! Well…not really….
The weather was amazing. It was 80 degrees and I even had body in my hair from the humidity. Albany was forecasted to be getting sleet.
Where we stayed:
At an airbnb near Center City. I didn’t take any pics inside but it was down this cute alley. The house was adorable, had four double beds (and there is a couch that folds out) and the owner even provided coffee, snacks and wine.
Where we ate:
I forgot to take photos of my food but here is a menu. Please excuse the glare.
I didn’t take any pictures of the food but everything was delicious. We got a bunch of appetizers to share.
The food here was amazing.
Clockwise from top-left: Blood Orange Margaritas/Guacamole and Plantain Chips/Some sort of Cuban bread I don’t know the name of/Vaca Frita/ Bachelorette’s Congratulations Desert, it was a chocolate cake/Cuban Coffee.
After we had a celebratory drink that tasted like grapefruit.
We had brunch here. The food was good but most dishes had eggs. I am weird about eggs. For me its a texture thing. But I would still recommend this place.
I got the biscuits and gravy. (a.k.a. The reason I can never move down South because I would gain 100 pounds.)
Eggs weren’t mentioned as coming with this dish on the menu. As I mentioned I am funny about eggs. I think runny egg yolks are disgusting and those egg yolks made me very uncomfortable. Like, I am fine if I am with someone who is eating eggs like that. Bryon ate his eggs like that. Or poached. They just can’t be on my plate. The salad was on a separate plate and I managed to swap them out with no egg yolk breakage- success! All was right in my world again.
I had Kentucky Iced Coffee without the bourbon shot and it was good.
Other establishments we went to
This is a must visit place if you are a history buff like me. The porter I drank was made from the recipe that was found in George Washington’s records.
We did see a comedy show at Helium.
I finally got to see the Liberty Bell. Kimmy Gibbler and I took our kids last year (I didn’t end up blogging about it) but I didn’t get to see it up close. That dream was realized this year.
My friend, The Architect, took some photos of buildings that she found interesting and gave me permission to share them.
And a few other things
I tried Vietnamese Iced Coffee at The Last Drop. It was amazing.
I did wear a sash
And I got really excited when I saw this.
Have you ever been to Philadelphia? What are your favorite things to do there?
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