Stop by The Farmhouse Bistro at People's Light in Malvern for a quick and tasty bite to eat.
Cautious diners will appreciate the low-fat and gluten-free fare at The Farmhouse Bistro at People's Light.
The private room at The Farmhouse Bistro at People's Light is an excellent option when you're heading out with a big group for a night of celebration.
Whether you're coming from work or a ballgame, the dress code at laid-back The Farmhouse Bistro at People's Light is come-as-you-are.
If you're hoping to make a smashing impression at your next soiree, you can also have The Farmhouse Bistro at People's Light cater for you.
At The Farmhouse Bistro at People's Light, diners will receive complimentary parking at the lot next door.
Prices at The Farmhouse Bistro at People's Light are moderate — most diners plunk down about $30 per meal.
An elegant fusion of Old-World, small-town charm and state-of-the-art technology, Reel Cinemas theaters allow moviegoers to see box-office hits from the comfort of renovated, stadium-style seats. Many of its screens live in updated and renovated old-school theaters, giving the viewing experience a dash of class. The digital projection and sound are decidedly modern, as is a 3D system that makes films more lifelike than the sweating statues of a balmy wax museum. Moviegoers can stop by Reel Cinemas locations in Narberth, and Wayne.
The second annual Philly F/M Festival culls hordes of independent films and live music, emphasizing the interplay of the two media. Thursday night hosts the event's kick-off party as Philadelphia Slick douses the crowd with waves of toe-tapping beats and games of Simon Says. The neighborhood's lights dim on Friday as the film screenings begin at 7 p.m. with Sound It Out, a phonetically precise documentary that chronicles the last vinyl record shop in Teesside, England. Meet Me on South Street, The Story of JC Dobbs (September 24 at 6:30 p.m.) delves into Philadelphia's artistic subculture and underground crocheting scene from the 1970s to 1996 through the lens of one of its signature and now defunct musical establishments.
Written by Richard Greenberg, Take Me Out centers on Darren Lemmings, an arrogant superstar on the New York Empires whose coming out of the closet irrevocably alters the national pastime. Amid the anger of deeply racist and homophobic teammate Shane Mungitt, the admiration of gay financial manager Mason Marzac, and the reactions of other players in the locker room, the only person who seems unaffected by the revelation is Darren himself. Watch the drama swirl around the ego-ridden protagonist both on and off the field, but always on the stage, at the Plays & Players performance of your choice.
Talk Cinema offers an industry-insider peek of upcoming foreign and independent pictures, all curated by longtime film critic Harlan Jacobson. Guests receive the indiscreet honor of previewing the freshest films, followed by a discussion led by a guest speaker who might be a notable critic, a filmmaker, or an artisanal popcorn chef. Attendees have no prior knowledge of the day's screening, giving viewers a roulette of genres to experience, including psychological thrillers, romantic dramas, and heart-warming documentaries on the evolution of ice-cube trays. All shows start on Sundays at 10 a.m., with doors opening at 9:30 a.m.
Reserve a table for two! The Philadelphia's Original Mystery Dinner specializes in intimate Italian cuisine for those looking to add some romance to dinner.
Low-fat fare is not available here, so leave some room in your diet.
Don't miss out on the private room at The Philadelphia's Original Mystery Dinner — you'll want to reserve the space the next time you and your whole crew need a place to celebrate together.
Catering services are also available.
For an easy commute, drive to the restaurant and park in the garage around the corner. Street parking is also available for those who prefer to parallel park.
You'll typically spend about $30 per person to dine at The Philadelphia's Original Mystery Dinner, so plan your budget accordingly.
Head on over to The Philadelphia's Original Mystery Dinner first thing in the morning or last thing in the evening — The Philadelphia's Original Mystery Dinner is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.