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Philly Wine Week Returns With Twice as Many Participants

The 8-day celebration of all things vino is back
February 26, 2015
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by Danya Henninger

Last year, Kate Moroney of Vintage organized the first-ever Philly Wine Week, and did a pretty good job, but the 2015 celebration of all things vino is shaping up to be more than twice as much fun. 

Double the number of restaurants and bars are participating in the eight-day festival, which kicks off with a gala dubbed “Opening Corks” on Sunday, March 22 ($75; tickets here). Events will be held around the city each day through Sunday, March 29, from tastings to pairing dinners to classes to special happy hours.

A full schedule is coming soon, but in the meantime, check out the impressive list of participants below — they run the gamut from high-end to gastropub.

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Alla Spina
Amada
American Sardine Bar
Barbuzzo
Bardot
Bistro St. Tropez
Cook
Cooperage
Derek’s
Fork
Good King Tavern
Jamonera
Jet Wine Bar
Johnny Brenda’s
Little Nonna’s
London Grill & Paris Wine Bar
Meritage
Osteria
Panorama
Paradiso
Sassafras
Revolution House
Tinto
South Philadelphia Tap Room
Tria
Townsend
Vintage
Vedge
Volvér
Vetri
Walnut Hill College
World Cafe Live
Zavino

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