Sweat Fitness

Run to these Philly Establishments for Blue Cross Broad Street Rundeals!

2 May 2018 — Runners getting their 10 miles in this weekend at the Blue Cross Broad Street Run can revel in a job well “ran” at these favorite Philly businesses with an array of deals — from pre-race carb loading to free mimosas.

 

The Sidecar Bar & Grille

The neighborhood staple is serving up an Endurance Dinner in Grad Ho on Saturday for just $15 and also includes a 12oz can of Sly Fox SRT Ale, known as the Ale for the Trail as sales of this beer benefit the beautification of the Schuylkill River running Trail. Broad Street Run participants can carb up on a spring carbonara, mixed greens, chili roasted sweet potatoes, and a brownie sundae.

2201 Christian St. | 215.732.3429 |  www.thesidecarbar.com

 

Square 1682

Rittenhouse’s Modern American Kitchen + Cocktails, is congratulating runners this Sunday, May 6th with a complimentary glass of bubbly for anyone who presents their bib during brunch or dinner.

121 S 17th St. | 215.563.5008 |  www.square1682.com

 

Urban Farmer

Philadelphia’s “rural chic” modern steakhouse, is toasting to Broad St. runners this Sunday with a complimentary mimosa for every participant who presents a bib during brunch.

1850 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy | 215.963.2788 |  www.urbanfarmerphiladelphia.com

 

Joe’s Steaks + Soda Shop

Runners can treat themselves with the ultimate cheat meal — on a budget! Present a bib at either location for Joe’s Steaks + Soda Shop and receive a large cheesesteak for just $7.50. The special will be “running” all day on Sunday.

1 W Girard Avenue | 215.423.5637 |  www.joessteaks.com6030 Torresdale Avenue | 215.535.9405 |  www.joessteaks.com

 

SWEAT Fitness

Philadelphia’s premier fitness club, is offering non-members a complimentary recovery yoga class at any of their gyms, including SWEAT’s newest state-of-the-art flagship location at One South Broad St., from May 6th-11th with the presentation of a bib.

Varying locations |  www.sweatfitness.com

 

— Mackenzie Mills