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Nicole Michalik

Weekdays 3PM-7PM

It’s obviously a weird time right now, and I’m so happy that restaurants in Philly keep coming up with creative ways to stay open.  If you can support them, please do.

 Here are the details:

Germantown Garden Grill (1029 Germantown Ave) and Glu Hospitality are proud to host A Dash of Magic Events for the first-ever Enchanted in Northern Liberties: Snow Queen Brunch at the Igloos.  Families are invited to get frozen at the Igloos at one of Philadelphia’s largest outdoor restaurants on the deck of the former Vesper Day Club and Pool. This special open-air dining experience is perfect for kids of all ages that love Elsa and Disney. This socially-distanced positive and magical dining experience will include 90 minutes at a private, exclusive and heated igloo just for you and your immediate family members. Get ready to enjoy a safe and socially-distanced photo opportunity, songs from the princesses story  and grand entrance.Each reservation will also receive a private Snow Queen visit per each Igloo, a souvenir, and frozen themed activity sheets. Don’t forget to come hungry for brunch and lunch, plus hot beverages for kids and adults. This event is part of the Northern Liberties Holiday Pop-up and pairs two small businesses together to support each other during the pandemic.
Enchanted in Northern Liberties: Snow Queen Brunch at the Igloos will take place on Saturday, November 28th on Small Business Saturday and on Saturday, December 5th, with seatings each day at 11:00am and 1:00pm. Tickets are $15.00 per person for Igloo seating and $10.00 per person for outdoor seating without the Igloo. Each ticket includes a socially-distanced photo opportunity at check-in, a private Snow Queen experience (song, story or question/answer), a frozen themed activity and coloring sheets, and a souvenir per child. Food and drink is pay as you go and separate. A portion of each ticket will go to charity, and provide a free princess appearance for children in need through the Salvation Army.
Tickets are on sale now at