Looking for something fun to do with that special someone on a budget? Or perhaps a fun night out for yourself? Phillyfunguide has you covered! Here is a list of this week's date ideas that you may not have thought of in and around Philadelphia, for when dinner and a movie just isn't cutting it. Treat yo'self to an affordable night out with your significant other: most of these events are $25 or less!
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Who doesn't love low-cost food? Just in time for date night is Chestnut Hill's Restaurant Week! For just $35, explore all the food this fun Philly neighborhood has to offer. Spanning Germantown from the 8300 block to the 8700 block, diners can choose from 15 different restaurants and bars offering specials and discounted menu favorites, including neighborhood favorites such as Tavern on the Hill and Iron Hill Brewery.
Back by popular demand, American Express returns with The Most Lit Sketch Show In The Planet, an all POC comedy revue! High stakes, unusual characters, and more! Head to Good Good Comedy Theater this Friday, March 2nd, for a show you won't soon forget.
Spend Friday night with the award-winning British filmmaker Isaac Julien`s Looking for Langston at the African American Museum in Philadelphia! This Friday, March 2nd, AAMP will be screening the groundbreaking movie about one of the Harlem Renaissance's most promient figures. A beautiful tale of poetry, art, sexuality and civil rights, Looking for Langston is a must-see. Plus, it's one of our Funsavers this week!
This Saturday, March 3rd, experience the best in authentic Indonesian cuisine at the Indonesian Food Festival! Head to St. Thomas Aquinas Church in South Philly for dancers, raffles, and more. Hosted by Modero & Company and partnered with Pecel Ndeso, this festival will be sure to open your mind and horizons.
Kick off Women's History Month with this brand new exhibit at The Colored Girls Museum! Urgent Care: A Social Care Experience, invites guests to see themselves as both patient and healer as they navigate these shared physical spaces. This exhibit will be running through March 25th.
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