Philly Four11. An Infoweb Made By: Jacki Bigas Jen Reardon Kylie Patterson Niki Warncke Steph Reyes. Provide some sort of go-to guide for Temple freshmen, transfers, and students from out of state who aren’t familiar with the area Information about the best Restaurants Museums
Provide some sort of go-to guide for Temple freshmen, transfers, and students from out of state who aren’t familiar with the area
Information about the best
The TLA The Electric Factory The Trocadero The First Unitarian Church
- A brief description of the venue
- A list of upcoming shows and dates
- The location of each venue, including a link to Google Maps, to help you get there easier
- Links to the venues official pages and links to Ticketmaster.com, where show times can be found and tickets can be easily bought online.
- Photo slideshow depicting various scenes of Philadelphia and the music halls.
- Video of various bands and artists performing at the respective venues taken by actual patrons. Watch and get a feel of what a live concert there would feel like!
Both a lounge and a restaurant, Red Sky offers food so fresh, your taste buds will explode. With a very sensual ambiance, red lighting sets the mood for this hip social hot spot. Come with your friends or someone special.
A popular place to get some of the most innovative and inspired foods around. The foods are seasonal and the menu is always changing. Expect to try something new every time you come! The staff and waiters are very helpful in helping you order, and the Chefs Special, which changes daily, is guaranteed to please.
One of the few prestigious restaurants featuring Spanish Cuisine, Cuba Libre offers exhilarating and spicy foods true to its title. Located in the heart of Old City, it offers authentic Spanish food such as “papas fritas” “ropa viajo” and “tomales”.
The atmosphere is purely Cuban. Come and enjoy a great meal, just as you would in Havana!
The Philadelphia Cheese Steak is a staple for the City. Here are a few local establishments where you can get the best cheese steaks around.
Pat’s & Geno’s
The rivalry between these two South Philly steakhouses has become the stuff of legends around Philadelphia. The food offered here is authentically Philadelphian and no matter which eatery you prefer, you will always be satisfied. There is nothing that goes together better than Philly and the Philly Cheese Steak!!
Located on the popular tourist section of South Street Jim’s has been considered more of a tourist trap than a place to get authentic Philly-made cheese steaks.
Although the food they serve is good, the lines are usually ridiculously long and the authentic mom and pop Philly Steak shops are the best place to go for a good cheese steak.