Beer and food lovers, if you haven’t gotten your tickets for the Brewer’s Plate yet, make sure to grab them before they sell out (and they will sell out). This annual fundraiser for Fair Food brings together more than 50 restaurants, breweries and distilleries and is an all-you-can-eat-and-drink event. As far as we’re concerned, it’s one of the best ways to explore new restaurants and discover your next favorite brew while at the same time supporting Fair Food Philadelphia.
Taking place at the National Constitution Center, the Brewer’s Plate allows you three to four hours (depending on your ticket level) of unlimited access to food and drink. And, aside from beer there will also be a speakeasy showcasing local spirits, a variety of sweets and chocolates and a VIP area with special cooking demonstrations by Jose Garces.
Early-bird tickets are $65 for general admission which will rise to $75 after February 10th. VIP tickets are available for $125 (which gets you early entry to the event and access to the VIP area and Garces cooking demos) or if you can pool 10 VIPs together you can get a 10% discount. Please note that this is a 21+ only event and that parents are asked to leave their little ones at home with a babysitter.
Brewer’s Plate – A Fair Food Fundraiser
When: Sunday, March 11th
Where: National Constitution Center, 525 Arch Street
Cost: $65/early bird general admission; $75 after 2/10; $125/VIP