Dozens of rums from around the world unite for one night at the Rum on the River Cane Spirits Festival to showcase the intricacies of the storied elixir. As a ticketed attendee, you'll be free to sample, sip, and savor more than 25 different brands of barrel-aged cane-and-molasses brilliance, including toddies from Bacardi, El Dorado, and Leblon. Octo Waterfront Grille's sumptuous tropical buffet will keep your stomach grounded no matter how levitating the libation, preventing you from unconsciously talking like a pirate. During the Mojito Olympics, eight bartenders will pit their mixological moves against one another in three events judged by six guest judges before one is crowned with the muddled-mint-leaf laurels of Grand Mojito Champion. The Pagode Project will keep the atmosphere hot and hip-shaky by filling the air with samba music and propulsive beats.
Jump to: That's the Spirit! Captain Bonnie Barnacles: In an era when most women were relegated to sitting at home by the fire knitting children to help with chores, Bonnie Barnacles dreamt of more. Stowing away on the S.S. Anti-Authority in 1778, she quickly organized a mutiny, dazzling her crusty shipmates with her cutlass juggling and partial memorization of the alphabet. Today, she and her forsaken crew still haunt the harbor, turning a pretty pence with their home jewelry-making workshops and inspirational cassettes.
Chloe is a teacup maltipoo with fluffy fur and a ponytail. She is also the first point of contact for most patients who enter Camden County Foot and Ankle Associates. The pup belongs to board-certified foot surgeon Jennifer Berlin, who treats ailments ranging from sprained ankles to ingrown toenails in the Haddon Heights practice. The non-canine staff employs methods such as x-rays, ultrasounds, and interrogation of injurious high heels to diagnose podiatric conditions. To eradicate fungal growth on and beneath toenails without dangerous pharmaceuticals, they marshal FDA-approved laser systems and extend the podiatric healing to sprains and injured Achilles heels with a Nexus 10 laser.
Rossi Wellness Center takes a three-pronged approach patients’ health that takes the shape of combined primary care, aesthetic services, and weight management. By covering such a broad spectrum of services, Rossi Wellness Center’s clients don’t have to run around town to multiple practices, doctors, or Fountains of Youth. This also allows the wellness practice to focus on preventative medicine. Depending on the condition, treatments can include exercise therapy, beauty injections, or care and monitoring for general problems such as high cholesterol.
Perch like a provocative peacock under scarlet-hued umbrellas studding the expansive patio during the summer months, or retreat inside and cozy up with a hazelnut cappuccino ($3.90/medium). Capriccio offers a full drink menu that doesn't discriminate against temperature, only extraterrestrials. Enjoy lattes ($3.50/med.), mochas ($3.90/med.), and chai tea ($3.35/med.) served hot or cold, flavored or unflavored. If the taste of a Ghirardelli mocha frappe ($4/med.) only brings back memories of the last time you ordered a Ghirardelli mocha frappe, time travel your taste buds further back to childhood with steamed milk flavored with your syrup of choice. A vanilla-seasoned cup is just like drinking liquid marshmallows ($3.35–4.20). Breakfast treats—including crumb cake ($2.25), yogurt loaves ($2.50), and danishes ($2.75)—call out enticingly from their glass case like the three Sirens at the Philadelphia Zoo. Lunch eats include crisp salads ($6 and up), plus grilled panini and regular sandwiches ($5 and up).