What we're about

This is a social group for 20- & 30-something women looking to have fun with like-minded women. I'd like to keep the upcoming events eclectic, with a mix of happy hours, local shows, museum excursions, brunches, seasonal festivals, etc. I'm looking forward to exploring all that Philadelphia has to offer with everyone!


***PLEASE NOTE***: Going forward, there will be a 3-Strikes policy for no-shows. If you RSVP yes to an event and do not attend and/or do not change your RSVP to "not attending" within 2 hours of an event, it will be logged as a no-show. If you are a no-show to three events, I will remove you from the group.

I don't mean this to be harsh! I know it can be hard to get out of the house during the winter months & work/family/misc responsibilities can pop-up at the last minute. However, its unfair to those that do attend if others don't show up. Also, I would like to post smaller "party of five" restaurant events in the future, but hestitate to do so if I can't trust that those who RSVP will show.

If you have any questions or are inadvertently listed as a no-show, let me know :)

Upcoming events (4)

Sunday Funday Brunch
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***Dates and exact locations TBD - suggestions welcome!***



Farmacia: @ 15 South 3rd Street. Their Brunch Happy Hour offers half-off alcoholic beverages from 11:00a-2:00p in a lovely Old City setting.


Jerry's Bar: @ 129 W Laurel St. This Northern Liberties tavern offers fun atmosphere, generous portions, a full bar with whiskey focus, and live jazz-music w/ Sunday brunch!


Johnny Brenda's: Second Saturday Gospel Brunch

http://www.johnnybrendas.com (http://www.johnnybrendas.com/event/750631-second-sunday-gospel-brunch-philadelphia/)

Sabrina's: faux-brunch at dinner-time (*can't make a reservation during peak brunch hours)


Ocean Harbor

Nom Wah Tea Parlor: http://www.phillymag.com/foobooz/2015/03/04/first-bite-nom-wah-tea-parlor/#more[masked]

Dock Street: Sunday Brunch, noon-5p. $10 growler re-fills. http://www.dockstreetbeer.com/Brewery.html

Ants Pants Cafe (http://www.phillymag.com/restaurant/ants-pants-cafe/) at 22nd and South is also revealing some new seating for brunch. Their winter-long renovation is finally completed and the new indoor/outdoor patio is now available for your brunch-leisure. Also its BYOB!

Happy Hour!
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***Exact times and dates TBD. Suggestions welcome!***

Tria Cafe: @ 1137 Spruce Street (Wash Sq. West). "5 for 5" offers 5 great tastes for $5 each - white wine, red wine, cheese plate, and two beers - on Mondays through Thursdays from 5:00pm-7:00pm. http://triacafe.com/happyhour/

Jose Pistola’s: @ 263 South 15th St. $15 Margarita pitchers from 4:00-6:00pm! http://www.josepistolas.com

Milk Boy: @ 1100 Chestnut Street. $2 off everything, including craft beer and diverse bar food, from 4:00pm-7:00pm. http://www.milkboyphilly.com

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There are a lot of quizzo (a/k/a bar trivia) nights I've been wanting to try around the city. ***Exact dates & times TBD! Suggestions welcome.***

Local 44 (@4333 Spruce Street): 9:00pm on Sundays

- voted "Best of Philly" 2012, host JB Farley

- http://www.local44beerbar.com

Doobie's (@ 2201 Lombard St): 1st/3rd Sundays, 2nd/4th Mondays

- an old-school dive bar in Graduate Hospital that serves up local beer, board games, & a dog-friendly policy

- https://www.facebook.com/pages/Doobies/88860765465

National Mechanics: (@ 22 South 3rd St): 8:00pm on Wednesdays

- voted "Best of Philly"

- http://www.nationalmechanics.com

Fergie’s Pub: (@ 1214 Sansom St) 8:00pm on Tuesdays & 9:00pm on Thursdays

- voted "Best of Philly"

- http://www.fergies.com

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These will be smaller meet-ups capped at 6 people so new members can enjoy cocktails and get to know each other in a more low-key, vaguely-classy setting.

***Exact dates and times TBD. Suggestions welcome!***

> Franklin Mortgage & Investment Co: @ 112 South 18th St. This subterranean Rittenhouse spot "celebrates both the golden age barrooms of the pre-Prohibition era, and the skills bartenders who fled their homes to pursue a noble craft." http://thefranklinbar.com

> Ranstead Room: @ 2013 Ranstead Street. An unmarked door behind El Rey leads into "a den of grown-up amusements." http://www.yelp.com/biz/the-ranstead-room-philadelphia

*How to get in: From 20th, turn left onto Ranstead, pass two trees, then look for a dark door on the red-bricked facade with side-by-side, backwards-and-forwards "R"s, and head on in.

> Hop Sing Laundromat: @ 1029 Race Street. This Chinatown speakeasy has a lot of mystique...and rules. In fact, I think you have to be 25 years old so I may not even be allowed in. https://twitter.com/hopsinglaundry . http://www.phillymag.com/foobooz/2015/03/08/mystery-le-hop-sing-laundromat/

*How to get in: The unmarked entryway (look for the door with the black gate and stainless buzzer) leads you into a penny-floored waiting lobby. Once a seat opens up, you'll be led inside to the blood-red bar room.

> XIX: @ 200 South Broad St, 19th Floor of the Hyatt at the Bellevue. Not technically a speakeasy, but they offer coffee, tea, and $6 old-fashioneds (*during happy hour) in a gorgeous atmosphere, so I couldn't help but it include it! http://www.hyatt.com/gallery/nineteen/xix.html

Past events (119)

Coffee and Chill at Chapterhouse Cafe

Chapterhouse Cafe

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