Flavors on the Avenue

April 28, 2024
11:00 am - 05:00 pm
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Flavors on the Avenue

April 28 @ 11:00 am 5:00 pm

East Passyunk proudly presents Flavors on the Avenue, on Sunday, April 28, 2024, from 11:00am to 5:00pm. Head to one of the most celebrated food streets in American for an all day, all ages food festival and block party that will showcase the Avenue’s award winning food scene.

Over two dozen restaurants, bars and cafes will bring their signature dishes and drinks outside alongside local vendors, music acts and kids’ activities. Craft beer, wine and seasonal sips will be pouring to quench your thirst. Shop and stroll as Avenue retailers and boutiques offer spring sidewalk sales and specials for the day. Enjoy the best of Philadelphia’s maker scene with over 80+ artists and crafters curated by Nice Things Handmade. Family fun will include balloons, bounce house, arts and crafts, games and more.

The festivities will run along East Passyunk, from Broad to Dickinson streets. Free to attend and open to all ages!

Flavors on the Avenue is presented by East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District, with support from major sponsors Samuels Seafood Company, Daiya Vegan Cheese and Penn Beer. Additional event sponsors include: Sermania Jewelry, RE/MAX: The Capri Dessecker Team, State Farm, Crazy Aaron’s Puttyworld, Frame Fatale, Headhunters Design, Human Robot, and Philadelphia Dance Academy.


For more information on sponsoring Flavors on the Avenue visit here


Look for everything from street food favorites, tasty handhelds, vegan delights, sweet and savory options, and South Philly classics. Select restaurants will serve seasonal refreshments including cocktails, beer and wine. The early list of restaurants, bars and eateries will include:

Barcelona Wine Bar
Bing Bing Dim Sum
Cantina Los Caballitos
Delicious Sweets
Ember & Ash
Inside Out Pizza
Laurel EPX
Le Virtu
Milk Jawn
Ocho Rios Parrilla
Pistolas Del Sur
Pizzata Pizzeria and Birreria
P’UNK burger
Samuels Seafood Company
Stogie Joes
The Bottle Shop
The Dutch
The Pub On Passyunk East (the P.O.P.E.)
Vanilya Bakery
*More to be added


Visit your favorite boutique or discover a newly opened retailer. Other Avenue businesses offering outdoor vending, side-walk sales and/or specials inside their businesses will also include:

A Novel Idea on Passyunk
Birds of Prey Artistry
Civil Stock General Store
Eastern Pass Tattoo
Filitalia International & Foundation
Flavors & Favors
Frame Fatale
Good Buy Supply
Ground Up Cafe and Coffee
Human Robot Süd
Ismaels boutique
Latchkey LLC
Mecha Chocolate
Mockingbird Salon
Movement Source Pilates
Nice Things Handmade
Nostalgics Vintage & Retro
Sawubona Creativity Project
South fellini
State Farm
Sweat Fitness
Tildie’s Toy Box
More to be announced


While festival-goers sip, savor and shop they can dance in the street with live music spread along the festival footprint at six locations. Dating back to the very early days of the festival, East Passyunk legend Stogie Joes will have festival-goers dancing in the street from start to end with tunes from Frank Sintatra followed by a DJ. The early music line-up is as follows:

Singing Fountain (1500 block)
11:30am to 1:30pm – Mia Johnson
1:45pm to 2:30pm – Batala
3:00pm to 5:00pm – Skip Winters

All Day – DJ Lindsay

Watkins Street (1700 block)
12:00pm to 1:30pm – Cheddar Boys
1:45pm to 3:15pm – City Rhythm
3:30pm to 5:00pm – Brown Sugar

Moore St (1800 block)
All Day – Stogie Joe’s

Mifflin Triangle
11:00am to 2:00pm – Mike Carney
2:30pm to 4:30pm – Andrea Amoroso

Juniper Street (1900 block) – presented by Pistolas Del Sur
12:00pm to 2:00pm – Emily Drinker
2:00pm to 5:00pm – Cordelia Blue


Along with endless food, drink and music options, Flavors will offer free family friendly activities presented by Philadelphia Union Soccer and The Capri Dessecker Team | RE/MAX One Realty Realty – including arts and crafts, games, moon bounce and more. Additionally, a number of boutiques and businesses along East Passyunk will also host workshops, activities and family fun inside their spaces.


Dating back to the event’s early years, Nice Things Handmade will present one of the city’s best curated line-ups for makers and artists. The event has grown from two dozen craft vendors to nearly 100 in 2024, selling everything from home decor, paintings, candles, jewelry, pottery, furniture, soaps, artisan packaged foods, handmade pet treats, fashion – and everything in between. The growing list is as follows:

Art By Alicia- Illustrations of Philly
Ana Thorne- Home art and accessories
Arts & Feels – Home accessories
Alley Cat Clay – Ceramics
Alien Bratz- Jewelry
Baby Face Mugs-Ceramics
Bath Bomb Baby- Body care
Clariza Plants – Gardening
Color and Flame- Candles
Caitlin Peck – Illustration
Collide Magazine -Artist group
Crea Designs – Jewelry
Cassie Craft Coven – Accessories
Designs By Rel- Jewelry
Daisy Lane Designs- Polymer clay jewelry
Dumpster Fires For You – Candles
Dye hard fan – Philly apparel
Evol Soul – Jewelry and accessories
Geometric Gem- Jewelry
Gay Clay- Polymer Jewelry
GB Jewelry – Jewelry
Geek Boy Press- Prints/T-shirts
HeyDay Vintage – Vintage
Joan Ramone- Children
Jane Broadbent- Ceramics
Jay McQuirns – Illustrations and stickers
Jeremy Berkman Graphic Design – Graphic design prints
Katheryn Maxwell- Art
Little Hammers – Crochet
Laura Murdoch Fine Art – Artwork
Lauren Matesich Art – Upcycled art/vintage
Lily Lough Jewelry – Jewelry
Little Kitty Vintage – Vintage
Madison Vermilya- Art
Meg Lemieur Art- Art
Mesc Designs – Jewelry
Modern hex – upcycled handmade clothing
Natural Order Handmade – Bath and Body
Old Blood Jewelry – Jewelry
Paint it Forward – Art
Philly Ain’t Bad – Clothing
Paul Carpenter Art – Clothing and Art
Philly Candles – Candles
Philly Yo’ Self – Prints
Rose Bear Art – Stickers /Art
Rope Buddies -Accessories
Randu Art- Clothing and stickers
Serving Silver- Jewelry
Studio Twenty-Nine – Jewelry
Stitchprism- Jewelry/Art
Skin Mush – Skin care
Stevie Llaney Art- Figure Drawings
S H Candles – Candles
Sevanesa Handmade – Soap
Sew Much Cooler – Children Clothing
Sew and Sow Boutique – Boutique Truck
Studio Bladel – Laser Cut Jewelry
Tootsie Vittles-Vintage
TieBro Handmade Bow Ties- bow ties made on site
The Tin Goat -Soap
The 50/50 Company- Art
The Satin Lady Vintage – Vintage
Textile Trolley- Baby Goods
Woolies- Childrens goods
Wrong World – Ceramics
Yardsale Press- Art


The event is free and open to the public, with food and drink pay-as-you-go. For more information, visit www.visiteastpassyunk.com, call 215-336-1455 and follow @eastpassyunk on social media. Watch for social media updates for music updates, vendor additions and other surprises. Tag #EastPassyunkFlavors to share favorite images from the festivities!


Flavors on the Avenue is inspired by East Passyunk’s former Flavors food festival and fundraiser that dates back to 2007. It started under a giant tent with the city’s top chefs serving their own signature bites to a sold out crowd of 1,000 festival-goers. The event was a fundraiser to pay for Avenue services, such as street cleaning and safety.

After outgrowing the space and set-up, the event expanded in 2017 and went from the tent to the street. Capacity went from 1,000 to tens of thousands, making that year’s event the largest event in the history of East Passyunk. The tent is still gone and the event now continues to go from a parking lot to five blocks. The event has expanded and added family fun, live music, sidewalk sales and makers/artists. It continues to be the Avenue’s largest signature event of the year – and one of the biggest outdoor food festivals in the region.

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