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There’s no better way to spend a weekend than brunch at Honey’s and drinks at Standard Tap.&nbsp; But there are also some newbies to check out.<strong><br /> </strong>

There’s no better way to spend a weekend than brunch at Honey’s and drinks at Standard Tap. But there are also some newbies to check out:

At the Piazza

Although Swift Half will be dearly missed, Gunners Run has settled into the space quite comfortably. Chef Shawn Sollberger has the burgers covered — including a fried-egg variety, for brunch — while concert promoters Bryan Dilworth and Tim Borror have live music lined up.
(1001 N. Second St., www.gunnersrun.com)

Coffee break
If you haven’t trekked over to One Shot Coffee’s stunning new digs, put it on your springtime brunch menu. The two-story space is full of cozy nooks and beautifully designed — the perfect setting to indulge in a bacon-laced dessert.
(217 W. George St., www.1shotcoffee.com)

Jump in
The much-awaited Arrow Swim Club is celebrating a grand opening on May 15. This summer, members can enjoy the cabanas, fire-pit lounge and sundeck of the adults-only pool party, while the Chenango Bar and Restaurant is open to the public.
(1031 Germantown Ave., www.arrowswimclub.com)

Next weekend at Art Star
NoLibs mainstay Art Star is hosting its annual Craft Bazaar at Penn’s Landing next weekend (May 14-15, www.artstarcraftbazaar.com). Head down to the river for such items as jewelry, clothing, prints and from more than 100 artists.

 
 
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