Food & Drink
Das Good Inc. holds the strong beliefs that good food should not only be more readily available, but also be nutritious and great tasting. Das Good’s tasty dry rubs and sauces can amplify any meal while still keeping it simple and healthy, thanks in part to sourcing produce, meats and other food products sold by local farmers in the urban farms and farmers markets throughout Philadelphia.
Humpy’s Dumplings was started after a night out at the bar with the creation of a late-night snack of rotisserie chicken fried in wonton wrappers. After a lot more experimenting with unique dumpling dishes, it’s safe to say that Humpty’s Dumplings come in flavors that are anything but run-of-the-mill.
Established in 2011, Kung Fu Hoagies is an all vegetarian and vegan friendly food cart serving West and South Philadelphia. Formed under the guidance of Sifu Phuoc Phan of Seven Mountains Kung Fu, KFH is a celebration of Vietnamese vegetarian cuisine and Spirit Kung Fu culture.
Bridget Foy’s restaurant has been a Philadelphia staple since 1978 located at the corner of 2nd and South Street.
Mompops provide you with an all natural gourmet popsicle, handmade and using fresh ingredients from local farms in Chester county! The frozen treats are refreshing, low calorie (all pops are under 100 calories) and no sugar added. Organic agave nectar is used to sweeten our pops when needed! All of ingredients are easy to spell and understand, no chemicals or dyes are used and no additives or preservatives!
Greenfest Sustainable Beer Garden
Now that you have food in your belly, it’s time for a refreshing drink! The great people of the Philadelphia Homebrew Club will be pouring beer from Philadelphia Brewing Company in the Greenfest Sustainable Beer Garden. Drink tickets can be purchased at Greenfest Headquarters, all proceeds going to support Clean Air Council’s work on air quality.
A taste of last years food and drink!