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In celebration of the return of the Philadelphia Flower ShowMarch 2 through 10, local restaurants and bars are offering themed beverages and dishes, perfect for sipping or eating before or after a visit to the Convention Center. From wine flights to floral cocktails to botanical bites, there will be a plethora of offerings for visitors and locals alike to enjoy in honor of the nation’s largest and longest running horticulture event. Please see offerings below from locales such as At The Table, Bolo, Panorama, The Twisted Tail, Urban Farmer and more. 


Almyra, Rittenhouse’s new modern Greek restaurant and bar from the acclaimedEstia Restaurant Group, invites PHS Flower Show-goers to its floral-filled oasis from March 2-10. From ceiling-hung floral installations to hand-crafted metal flower wall installments, to its custom bar chandelier adorned with 140 glass flowers,  the Mediterranean-inspired interior transports guests to an island-like ambiance. The Petalouda ($15) with vodka, masitha, elderflower and butterfly pea tea, topped with an edible flower is the perfect pairing for an iris-istible weekend. Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made on Almyra’s website

Hours of operation: 4pm – 10pm daily; bar until 11pm Wednesday and Thursday; bar until 12am Friday and Saturday 

1636 Chancellor Street | 267-876-7071| Website | Instagram | Facebook


Assembly Rooftop Lounge, Center City’s swanky year around rooftop lounge, is boasting a floral cocktail only available March 2-10. The Lavender Love ($17) is composed of butterfly-pea tea infused Stateside Vodka, St. Germain and lime, making it the perfect beverage to indulge in before or after enjoying the unique Philadelphia Flower Show. 

Hours of operation: Sunday through Thursday 4pm – 10:30pm; bar closes at 12am; Friday and Saturday 4pm – 10pm; bar closes at 2am; Happy Hour is Sunday through Thursday 4pm – 5pm

1840 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy • 215.783.4171 | Website | Instagram | Facebook | Twitter 


At The Table, Wayne’s venerable and award-winning fine-dining restaurant from chefs Alex Hardy and Tara Buzan-Hardy, offers a bevy of freshly-minted floral-themed cocktails on its new cocktail menu, perfect for enjoying after a day spent in the city exploring the Philadelphia Flower Show. Aromatic offerings include the Aphrodite Chocolate Martini ($17) made with Boardroom Vodka, rose & cardamom syrup, and chocolate liqueur, and the Wild Bohemian ($16) crafted with Boardroom Gin, red grapefruit, elderflower syrup, butterfly pea extract, Peychaud’s Bitters, and egg white. Guests can also treat themselves to a “Swifty” French Blonde ($17), a riff on the classic cocktail which has garnered media attention as Taylor Swift’s rumored “favorite drink,” and is comprised of Boardroom Gin, grapefruit juice, elderberry, and orange liqueur, garnished with eye-catching blooms.

Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made here.

Hours of operation: Tuesday through Saturday 5pm – 10pm, Happy Hour Tuesday through Thursday 5pm – 7pm

118 W Lancaster Ave, Wayne, PA | 610.964.9700 | Website Instagram Facebook Twitter


Butcher Bar, the Rittenhouse hub for comfort food, an expansive brown spirits collection, and grilled fare that hearkens to the local butcher’s revered place in American culture is offering two Flower Show-themed cocktail specials perfect for sipping before or after The Flower Show:

  • In Bloom ($15), a perfectly purple confection comprised of gin, honey ginger rose syrup, lemon, and bitters
  • Desert Flower ($15) arose-hued libation made using strawberry infused tequila, Becherovka Herbal Liqueur, St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, Domaine de Canton Ginger Liqueur, and grenadine.

These themed cocktails are available during opening hours for the duration of the Philadelphia Flower Show, from March 2 through 10. | 2034 Chestnut St | (215) 563-6328 | Instagram @butcherbarphl 


Dock Street Brewing Company, Philadelphia’s original craft brewery, woman-owned and family-run since 1985, is celebrating the return of the one-of-a-kind event with a botanic cocktail menu featuring three boozy beverages, the You Grow Girl ($15) with earl gray vodka, lavender, peppercorn simple and lemon, the Don’t Stop Be-Leafing ($15) with strawberry gin, lime juice, white rose simple and ginger beer, and We Were All Rooting For You!! ($15) with bourbon, blood orange liquor, chamomile honey and lemon and two non-alcoholic: She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not ($8) with lavender peppercorn simple, lemon and sparkling water, and Everyone Down! It’s a Strobbery ($8) with strawberry, lime juice, white rose simple and ginger beer. 

1229 N Front St, Philadelphia PA | | Instagram: @dockstreetbeer


El Merkury, Philadelphia’s home for scratch-made Central American street food, is celebrating The 2024 PHS Philadelphia Flower Show with its limited-edition Hibiscus Flower Churro Sundae ($7), a floral-inspired (and highly Instagrammable) churro set atop a swirl of vanilla soft serve, drizzled with housemade hibiscus-orange syrup, and topped with caramelized hibiscus flowers. Just steps away from the Flower Show, held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, gardeners and dessert lovers alike can swing by El Merkury, housed inside the historic Reading Terminal Market, to indulge in the sweet, tangy, and hot pink dessert. This limited-edition special is available at both locations (Reading Terminal Market and Chestnut Street) for the duration of the annual horticultural event.

Hours of operation: 

Reading Terminal Market: Monday – Saturday, 8am – 6pm, Sunday, 9am – 4pm    

Flagship Chestnut Street: Monday – Saturday, 8am – 11pm    

Rittenhouse: 2104 Chestnut St, Philadelphia PA | Reading Terminal Market: 51 N 12th St, Philadelphia PA | | Instagram: @elmerkury


Ocean Prime, the classic steak and seafood-forward modern American restaurant and lounge located in the heart of Center City Philadelphia, is conveniently close to the Pennsylvania Convention Center and invites visitors and floral enthusiasts a lovely cocktail apt for the occasion. The Black Orchid ($16), comprised of Belvedere Organic Blackberry & Lemongrass Infusion, St. Germain, fresh lemon, and white cranberry juice, can be savored on its own or paired with the restaurant’s stellar culinary offerings for a delightful pre or post-show meal. 

Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made via OpenTable.

Hours of operation: Sunday through Thursday, 4pm – 9pm, and Friday and Saturday 4pm – 10pm 

124 South 15th St, Philadelphia, PA 19102 | 215.563.0163 | Website Instagram Facebook Twitter


Oltremare, the new seafood-forward modern Italian restaurant from acclaimed Chef Townsend Wentz, presents a beautiful floral-themed cocktail, Che Bello, on its recently launched coastal Italian beverage program. Crafted with butterfly pea flower infused gin, elderflower, Crème de Violette, lemon, and lavender, the tipple is an ideal complement to an Amalfi-coast inspired meal at the new establishment, which is conveniently located in the Rittenhouse neighborhood – just a short drive away from the show’s venue.

Reservations are highly encouraged and can be made via Resy.

Hours of operation: Tuesday through Sunday, 4:30pm – 9:30pm, closed Monday.

2121 Walnut St, Philadelphia | 445.223.2093 | Website Instagram


Panorama, Philadelphia’s premier wine bar in the Penn’s View Hotel boasting a Guinness World Record custom-built wine keeper offering over 120 wines on tap, will be featuring a cocktail and wine flight in honor of the Flower Show. The featured cocktail is the Bee’s Knees, made with Bombay Gin, lemon juice, wildflower & lavender raw honey syrup and fennel pollen. The featured wine flight is the “Everthing’s Coming Up Rosés!” ($38) and will have five, 1.5 oz taste of each of these wines: 

  • Bonarda Rosato “Collarosa” San Michele’21 (Italy)  
  •  Pinot Noir Rosé “Julia’s Vineyard” Cambria ’21 (CA) 
  • Nebbiolo Rosato“RosaBella” G.D. Vajra ’22 (Italy)   
  • Nerello Mascalese “Rosa dei Venti~Organic~Siciliane”                                           
  • Tenuta Gorghi Tondi ’22 (Italy)     
  • Montepulciano Rosato “Organic Grapes~Marche”                  
  • Passione Natura – Paglieta ’21 (Italy) 

Reservations can be made on OpenTable

Panorama hours of operation: Tuesday through Thursday 5 – 9pm, Friday 5 – 10pm, Saturday 3 – 10pm, Sunday 3 – 9pm

14 Front St • 215.922.7800 • 


Patchwork, a lively restaurant and bar focused on New American cuisine nestled on the second floor of Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia, is boasting a specialized cocktail for guests and locals enjoying the Philadelphia Flower Show. The Beach Cruiser ($16) is composed of aperol, orange blossom, lemon and rosé. This featured cocktail will be available to enjoy March 2-10. Reservations can be made via Resy

Hours of operation: Monday – Thursday 6:30 am – 9 pm; Friday – Saturday 7 am – 10 pm; Sunday 7 am – 9 pm

1620 Chancellor Street | 215.985.1234 | Website | Facebook | Instagram


The Twisted Tail, Headhouse Square’s restaurant, bar and live music venue, is celebrating the return of the annual Philadelphia Flower Show with a cocktail sure to bring the spring feels. Offered from March 2 through March 10, the Spring Fever ($16) is composed of tequila, Leblon, pear nectar, lemon, honey, ginger puree and basil leaves, garnished with a Mezacl float and cracks of Tellicherri pepper. Reservations  can be made on OpenTable or calling 215-558-2471.

Hours of operation: Monday – Thursday 4 pm – 10 pm; Friday 4 pm – 12 am; Saturday 11 am – 12 am; Sunday 10 am – 10 pm

509 S. 2nd St. • 215.558.2471 • Website • Instagram • Facebook • Twitter


Urban Farmer, the modern American steakhouse located in the Logan Hotel known for its locally sourced ingredients and in-house butcher shop and mushroom program, is offering a floral-themed cocktail, as well as a salad. The Garden Party ($18) beverage will be composed of St. George Terrier Gin, green chartreuse, fresh lemon and agave, served over a floral ice rock. For a delicious bite, Urban Farmer is offering a Rosa Radicchio Petal Salad ($14) with an orange blossom honey vinaigrette, mandarins, bee and fennel pollen, shaved fennel and marigolds. Reservations are always highly encouraged and can be made on OpenTable

Hours of operation:  Tuesday through Saturday, 8am – 9pm, and Sunday, 8am – 3pm

1850 Benjamin Franklin Parkway | 215.963.2788 | Website | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook

-Alana Shapiro