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parks on tap

is at Penn Treaty Park

From 8/22 - 8/26!

CHECK OUR INSTAGRAM OR FACEBOOK 
FOR CLOSURE UPDATES

a portion of all proceeds benefits philly parks!

HOURS OF OPERATION:
April 26th - September 30th

WEDNESDAY + THURSDAY 5 pm - 10 pm FRIDAY 4pm - 11pm                           SATURDAY 1 pm - 11 pm
SUNDAY 12pm - 10pm

*closed on Monday + Tuesday with exception of some holidays*

PARKS ON TAP IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE. NO RESERVATIONS.

*Alcohol and prepared foods are not permitted inside our beer garden. Small snacks/drinks for children are okay.*

*Bikes are also not permitted inside the beer garden. We do offer limited bike parking, but please bring your own lock.*

Parks on Tap is Philadelphia's traveling beer garden that gives back! It is a partnership with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, Fairmount Park Conservancy and Avram Hornik of FCM Hospitality that brings a beer garden to various parks throughout the summer. Parks on Tap is an initiative with the city that kicked off in 2016, aiming to engage the Philadelphia community and give back to the neighborhood parks. 

We provide fresh food, beer on tap, wine, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages in a festive outdoor environment featuring comfortable chairs and hammocks, and clean restrooms. We also offer a variety of family friendly activities and weekly programming. 

This year, the season will be 23 weeks long featuring 23 different parks, including a variety of parks from the previous season and new additions too. To thank these Philly parks for working with us, a portion of all proceeds goes directly back to them. Check out the full 2018 season SCHEDULE below.

We are DOG-FRIENDLY!

Philadelphia Parks & Recreation (PPR) advances the prosperity of the city and the progress of her people through intentional and sustained stewardship of nearly 10,200 acres of public land and waterways as well as through hundreds of safe, stimulating recreation, environmental and cultural centers. PPR promotes the well-being and growth of the city’s residents by connecting them to the natural world around them, to each other and to fun, physical and social opportunities. PPR is responsible for the upkeep of historically significant Philadelphia events and specialty venues, and works collaboratively with communities and organizations in leading capital projects and the introduction of inventive programming. To learn more about Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, visit us at www.phila.gov/parksandrec, and follow @philaparkandrec on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Tumblr. 

Fairmount Park Conservancy exists to champion Philadelphia’s parks. We lead capital projects and historic preservation efforts, foster neighborhood park stewardship, attract and leverage investments, and develop innovative programs throughout the 10,200 acres that include Fairmount Park and more than 100 neighborhood parks around the city. Philadelphia has one of the largest urban park systems in the world, providing residents with extensive health, environmental, social, economic and cultural benefits – including access to some of the region’s most famous attractions. For more information, please visit myphillypark.org, join us at facebook.com/fairmountparkconservancy, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @myphillypark.

 

CONTACT:

info@parksontap.com

 

OUR PARTNERS:

 Give the gift that keeps on giving with a Parks on Tap Gift Card. Purchase one  here . 

Give the gift that keeps on giving with a Parks on Tap Gift Card. Purchase one here

 

parks on tap 2018 MEMBERSHIP

we've gone paperless! Sign up online prior to arrival or while you are in line, for a free membership to parks on tap and the fairmount park conservancy! help save the planet and your time!

After signing up, you will receive a confirmation email. Please save that email to use as your electronic membership card for quick and easy access to all of our Parks on Tap locations throughout the 2018 season 

Barks on tap 

In addition to the main Parks on Tap schedule, we have expanded our offerings with Barks on Tap - a mini version of our traveling beer garden that will be popping up at rotating dog runs throughout the months of June, July and August, on Thursdays from 4-8PM. Proceeds from the Barks on Tap events benefit the dog runs and our furry friends! See the schedule below: 

Azalea Garden

Lovett Park

Campbell Square

Fernhill Park

FDR Park

Gorgas Park

Matthias Baldwin Park

Belmont Plateau

Schuylkill Banks

Columbus Square

Shofuso Japanese House and Garden

Glendinning Rock Garden

Burholme Park

Pastorius Park

Mount Pleasant

Dickinson Square

Lemon Hill

 
 

For general inquiries please email info@parksontap.com
or use the form below:

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