Tickets on sale for Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival Preview Party

Each year, thousands of people descend on Walnut Street, between Broad and 19th Streets, for the annual Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival in May. Each block brings food, drinks, music, fashion and fun from area businesses and beyond. Credit: E. Mencher for Visit Philadelphia
Each year, thousands of people descend on Walnut Street, between Broad and 19th Streets, for the annual Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival in May. Each block brings food, drinks, music, fashion and fun from area businesses and beyond. Credit: E. Mencher for Visit Philadelphia

It may be hard to believe but spring weather is finally just about here, which in Philly means festivals every weekend — including the annual Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival. If you can’t wait until until May 3 to sample the goods from tons of Rittenhouse restaurants in a party atmosphere, you’re in luck because Thursday, April 24, the swank Rittenhouse Hotel is hosting a Rittenhouse Row Spring Festival Preview Party. From 6:30-9:30 p.m., join Philly’s finest at the soiree, and get a sneak peek of the Rittenhouse Spa & Club.

Mole Street will provide the music, while a silent auction gives partygoers a chance to win Rittenhouse Row swag. Tickets are $75 a pop, or get access to the VIP tent at the Spring Festival in May by splurging on a VIP ticket for $125. Proceeds go to Rittenhouse Row to help keep the neighborhood a top destination.

Participating bars and restaurants:

  • a. Bar
  • a. Kitchen
  • Butcher & Singer
  • Continental Mid-Town
  • The Corner Foodery
  • D’Angelo’s Ristorante Italiano and Lounge
  • Devon Seafood Grill
  • The Dandelion
  • DiBruno Bros.
  • The Franklin Mortgage & Investment Co.
  • G
  • Hip City Veg
  • Lacroix
  • Library Bar
  • Le Pain Quotidien
  • Marathon Grill
  • The Prime Rib
  • Robeks Premium Fruit Smoothies
  • Ranstead Room
  • Rouge
  • Rosati Ice
  • Russet Restaurant
  • Sbraga
  • Sutton’s Parlor
  • Termini Brothers Bakery
  • Whisper
  • Zama


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