5 fun things to do in Philly this week

things to do in Philly

Looking for some fun and unique things to do in Philly this week? We’ve got you covered. Test your trivia chops, join in on a festive tree lighting ceremony and more. Here are five fun things to do in Philly this week. 

5 fun things to do in Philly this week 

Hearthside and Amis Trattoria Pop-up Dinner

Chef Dominic Piperno from the acclaimed eatery Hearthside will be at Amis Trattoria for one night only to help fire up the pop-up dinner menu. The four-course meal combines Hearthside’s new American style with the authentic Roman-style fare of Amis for a one-of-a-kind culinary journey. 

Nov. 19, reservations are available, Amis Trattoria, 412 S 13th St., Philadelphia, $65, amistrattoria.com

Trivia on Tap at Pizzeria Vetri

Before you get your trivia skills going, kick back with some refreshing specials from Cape May Brewing Co. and Stateside Vodka while chowing down on tasty specials from the kitchen. The drink and food specials pair well with the fun and extensive trivia repertoire. Perfect if you are looking for fun things to do this week in Philly

Nov. 20, 7 p.m., Pizzeria Vetri, 1939 Callowhill St, Philadelphia, pizzeriavetri.com

Tree Lighting Celebration

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is hosting this festive holiday event and invites all Philadelphians to join in. There will be festive treats and music by The York Street Hustle leading up to the 6:00 p.m. countdown. After the lighting ceremony, there will be more beverages for adults and kids inside the museum as well as music by Sister Cities Girlchoir. A great event if you are looking for fun things to do this weekend in Philly. 

Nov. 21, 6 p.m., Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy, Philadelphia, philamuseum.org

things to do in Philly

Angel Vivaldi at Voltage Lounge

Angel Vivaldi is co-headlining with Alice Cooper axemaiden Nita Strauss as part of Angel’s very own The Guitar Collective tour. The tour’s main purpose is to give fans of instrumental guitar music a taste of new talented musicians and what they have to offer. In Angel’s case, fans will have the chance to listen to his electrifying and spell-binding sounds first-hand. 

Nov. 20, 6 p.m., Voltage Lounge, 421 N 7th St., Philadelphia, $25-$50, voltagelounge.com

Cider and Choucroute

Chef Eli Collins is bringing his seasonal specialty Choucroute Garnie to a.kitchen as part of a delicious four-course meal that is being offered for one night only. The indulgent meal will be smartly paired with a variety of cider pairings to complement the Alpine-approved meal. Other dishes include a Tart Flambée, Gem Lettuce Salad and a Caramel Apple with vanilla ice cream.

Nov. 20, reservations are available, a.kitchen + bar,135 S 18th St, Philadelphia, $55, akitchenandbar.com

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