Welcome back to Philly Finds friends. Wow, what a week it ’twas. Between a special moment of photographing my friends marriage at City Hall, a Sonja Morgan sighting at Parc and launching a Patreon (subscribe <3!), last week gave me a boost of serotonin I desperately needed.
Here are some recent blog posts you may enjoy checking out:
- Philly coffee shops to work outside at
- My socially-distanced outdoor concert experience
- How I got myself out of a funk one night: Philly edition
Ok, let’s get into the Philly Finds you came here for:
Mission Taqueria is one of my favorite Philly joints, and they’ve recently expanded into the street for their Sansom Street Surf Club. Sections of the street and parking garage have been blocked off for dining, offering some of Mission Taq’s best. The hours on the website aren’t exactly clear, but when we went it was opened at 4:00pm on a Wednesday. The weekends hours may differ. I would call ahead before you head over! Also, as I was preparing this section, I noticed they have Mission Fiesta Kits. Perhaps something to check out for your next take-out dinner!
Creating vibrant, custom, affordable artwork, Kristan aka Art Stain is creating pieces that are sure to add life to any living space. I went to high school with Kristan, and knew I had to get my hands on one of her pieces when she launched. I’ve put my piece above my full-length mirror to remind myself that I really am that bish as I do one final check-out before I head out the door. To commission your own piece, DM @art__stain, or email email@example.com. I told Kristan exactly what I wanted, and she delivered flawlessly! Support your local artists! ❤
Featuring meals from Happy Hour Food Cart (GET THE NACHOS 🤤 ), plenty of table seating, and solid brew selection, The Land on Callowhill is your new go-to outdoor spot. Hit them with the follow on Insta to see their latest updates (such as a projector for the Flyers games).
Fairly newly opened on 15th and Pine, Suprema Coffee whips up a solid cold brew with oat milk (my go-to morning beverage). After you pick up your brew, stop by This Corner on 16th and Pine, to get a haircut or purchase an adorable tchotchke, as I recently did for my mom’s birthday.