-Courtesy of Center City District
Beginning this Wednesday, June 1, and continuing every Wednesday through August 31, Center City District SIPS will return to dozens of local bars and restaurants after a two-year hiatus. Participating locations will offer $6 cocktails, $5 wine, $4 beer and half-priced appetizers from 4:30 p.m.-7 p.m., which include specialty cocktails made with Hornitos Tequila. Find the full list of participants at centercityphila.org/ccdsips.
This unique happy hour tradition brings back the opportunity for returning office workers to explore all that Center City has to offer, including the District’s retailers and small businesses. This year, in addition to standard SIPS specials, select boutiques, spas and local shops will participate in SIPS Style, a weekly discount program that will offer 25% off select items and services on Wednesdays throughout the season. Whether shopping for day-to-night fashion, freshening up at a salon before happy hour or searching for the perfect pair of summer sandals, coming into the office will have perks for everyone. Explore SIPS Style locations at centercityphila.org/ccdsips.
Center City District SIPS at Dilworth Park presented by Hornitos Tequila also returns this year with a new layout and pop-up décor. The space outside of historic City Hall will be reminiscent of a retro pool party, including festively decorated seating areas, live DJ entertainment and an immersive photo experience to match the park’s colorful summertime aesthetic. The Air Grille Garden will offer $6 Hornitos Tequila and new Truly-flavored Vodka cocktails, $5 wine and $4 Michelob Ultra, plus half-priced appetizers. Bud Light Seltzer will also be featured. The park’s festive overlay will only be set up on Wednesday nights during the SIPS season, so visitors are encouraged to stop by before it’s gone.
Center City District SIPS is produced with support from Michelob Ultra and Beam-Suntory featuring their brands Hornitos Tequila and Truly Vodka. Outdoor events are weather permitting and subject to change. Center City District and all park food operations follow The City of Philadelphia’s current health safety guidelines. Visit phila.gov to learn more.
For a full list of upcoming weekly programming in Center City District Parks, click here.