Wine Tasting in North Philadelphia

Up to 50% Off Wine Tasting at Peddler's Village Tasting Room

Peddler's Village Tasting Room


$48 $24

Sample seasonal wine in the impossibly quaint Peddler's Village winery

Up to 52% Off Wine-and-Cheese Pairing

Crossing Vineyards

Washington Crossing

$40 $20.90


Wine pro shows guests how to bring out the flavors of specific wines and assorted cheeses during a presentation in a historic vineyard

50% Off Wine Tasting for Two or Four

Wagonhouse Winery

South Harrison

$34 $17

Sample all 12 Wagonhouse wines during a tasting that includes souvenir glasses, Cherry Grove Farm cheeses, and truffles from Sweet Mary's

Up to 40% Off Wine Tasting at Monroeville Vineyard & Winery

Monroeville Vineyard & Winery

Upper Pittsgrove

$20 $12

Tasters sample sips of dry reds, semi-sweets and fruit wines that pair with a platter of cheese and crackers

50% Off Winery-Tour Package at Auburn Road Vineyards

Auburn Road Vineyards


$30 $15

Guests tour secluded countryside vineyard before enjoying wine pressed from the vineyard's grapes

55% Off Wine Tasting with Tour and Food for Two

Sand Castle Winery


$42 $19

Private events can take place in large tasting rooms or an outdoor pavilion

Half Off a Wine-Tasting Package

Kreutz Creek Vineyards

West Chester

$60 $30

Taste wines from a vineyard that started with a homemade winemaking kit more than two decades ago

Up to 54% Off at Plagido's Winery

Plagido's Winery


$24 $12

Guests sip wine samples made from New Jersey-grown grapes at scenic, seven-year-old family vineyard and winery

50% Off Extended Wine-Tasting Package for Two or Four

Unionville Vineyards

East Amwell

$44 $22


Tastings of eight Unionville wines are complimented by cheese pairings and take home crystal wine glasses

Up to 54% Off Wine Tasting and Tour

Bellview Winery


$24 $12

This winery grows 42 acres of grapes and draws off a century of Italian family tradition, including a family-recipe dandelion wine

Up to 53% Off Wine and Chocolate Tasting

Old York Cellars

East Amwell

$20 $10

Sample six wines and pair them with chocolates designed to complement wine

50% Off Wine Tasting at Chaddsford Winery

Chaddsford Winery

Chadds Ford

$28 $14

See facilities and taste 6–8 wines, including dry whites, dry reds, and sweet wines

Up to 61% Off Wine Tour/Meadery Experience

The Colony Meadery


$70 $29

Each tour-goer receives one wineglass with The Colony Meadery logo as well as a tour of the brewhouse and tastings of each flagship mead

Up to 55% Off Entry to the Vintage North Jersey Wine Festival

Vintage North Jersey

Four Sisters Winery

$40 $19

Sample wines developed all over North Jersey, along with artisanal bites of food pairings

Up to 55% Off Wine and Cheese at Four Sisters Winery

Four Sisters Winery


$164 $79


Following an informative wine-cellar tour, guests sample several of the winery's 25+ wine varieties paired with specially chosen cheeses

47% Off a Concert at Hershey Vineyard

The Vineyard at Hershey


$15 $8

A popular summer series featuring jazz, soul, and tribute bands, performed amid the rolling hills of this Hershey-area winery

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Flying Carpet Café & Bar blends international tastes into delightful sandwiches and tapas accompanied by organic tea. The cozy café stocks 14 varieties of organic loose-leaf tea in flavors such as amaretto spice, which defrosts tongues frozen from hands-free ice-sculpting contests. Twosomes opting for the sampler platter can dip fresh olives, feta cheese, falafel, and spinach pie into meticulously crafted baba gannouj and hummus. Region-representative sandwiches dish out delicious geography lessons in forms such as the Norwegian wrap, whose pita coddles cream cheese and smoked salmon together with capers and onions, or the Parisian, which bears roast beef, grilled onions, spinach, and brie, much like an actual Parisian going through customs. Epicurean duos can match their delicately paired eats with the ear-tickling sounds of live jazz on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays.

1841 Poplar St

Tasting Time is a wine-tasting event for vino enthusiasts and young professionals at Octo Waterfront Grille, a new waterside restaurant that offers scenic views of the marina and Ben Franklin Bridge. With ample space for more than 400 attendees to gather under giant tents, guests will have opportunities to make new connections sans the aid of social-networking hoodoo while sampling six different wines and champagnes, complemented by various food selections from Octo’s seafood-rich menu. In addition to socializing with wine experts and intriguing strangers, vine disciples can enjoy the beautiful waterside surroundings or loudly talk about their boss's poor tie selection, only to find out he was standing behind them the entire time. During the event, you'll gain a rare chance to gobble up more of Octo's menu selections with a special 10% discount, and at the end of the evening, you'll get to take home your own souvenir tasting glass.

221 N Columbus Blvd

Just as the Roman god Bacchus represented both wine and revelry together, Pinot Boutique celebrates wine by—how else?—throwing parties. The staff regularly stages wine-tasting events—including the recurring Vino Voyage, held aboard a 19th-century warship, Olympia —and hosts several events amid the exposed-brick walls in its downstairs venue, known as The Cellar. Upstairs, the shop’s main floor is dedicated to fostering at-home celebrations, earning the title Best Gift Shop of 2012 from Philadelphia Magazine. The acclaimed boutique displays accessories such as wineglass charms, corkscrews, and picnic gear to complement an exclusive selection of vintage wines and fresh labels from Pennsylvania's Paradocx Vineyard.

227 Market St

Italy’s rich culinary tradition is made all the more appealing by the Italian language’s evocative sounds and constructions. Luckily, even if you're not fluent in the language of love, Panini's Trattoria still has you covered: their menu includes detailed English descriptions of each Italian dish. Authentic combinations and familiar classics populate the lineup, including signature paninis lined with sweet Italian sausage, chicken cutlets, or roasted turkey. A BYOB destination, the restaurant welcomes wine-toting diners, inviting them to clink glasses from the own cellars over plates of classic spaghetti with meatballs, or tender veal picatta in lemon caper butter sauce.

317 Market St

Eulogy Belgian Tavern: A User's Guide

Internationally Inspired Pub Fare | Belgian Mussels and Frites | Late-Night Kitchen | 300-Plus Craft Beers

Sample Menu

  • Appetizer: baby back ribs smoked in Stella Artois
  • Entree: waterzooi, a traditional Belgian-style stew chockfull of pan-seared chicken thigh, fresh herbs, and light cream sauce
  • Drink: an Orval trappist ale from Belgium

    While You're Waiting

    • Start thinking ahead about a drink order. Along with 21 drafts, Eulogy stocks more than 300 international and domestic craft brews. There's even a house beer—Eulogy's Busty Blonde—that's made exclusively for the tavern by Belgium's La Binchoise Brewery.
    • Explore your historic surroundings. This two-story tavern is housed in a classic row-house-style building from the 19th century.

    Inside Tips

    • The bar's second floor is officially smoke-free after 10 p.m., but smoking's allowed any time on the ground floor.
    • Eulogy is a great spot to grab a bite after a late concert or raging Friday night party—the kitchen stays open until 1:30 a.m. Thursday–Sunday.

      While You're in the Neighborhood
      Before: Figure out how to work Sartre's Being and Nothingness into your flirting routine with fellow deep-thinkers at the American Philosophical Society Museum (104 S. Fifth Street).
      After: Groove to the latest hip-hop, metal, and indie rock during concerts at the Theatre of Living Arts (334 South Street).

136 Chestnut St

Blue Mountain Vineyards owners, Joe and Vickie, are pinot pioneers. Beginning with a 5-acre experiment in 1986, they discovered that the soil of the Lehigh Valley does a fine impression of French terrain, making it suitable for growing the grapes of cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, and other European varietals. Since then, they've expanded to a 50-acre plot, where they now produce wines that have won awards from the Fingerlake International Wine Competition and Appellation America.

Panoramic views of the Blue Mountains overlook scenic terraces at the vineyards, where grapes spring from soil that soldiers roamed during the Revolutionary War. Tastings, concerts, and other events fill the winery's glass-flanked deck, spilling onto an outdoor patio surrounded by ponds as tranquil as a silent lullaby. Visitors admire the vines during tours, and they can also adopt their favorites to preserve the vines' flavorful histories.

51 N 12th St