Located at 15th and South Streets
The PHS Pop Up Garden flagship location at South Street promises a festive menu, craft brews and specialty cocktails, games and live music … not to mention an entirely new garden design with romantic-rustic furnishings and a bright floral palette.
Food and drink are provided by Cantina Los Caballitos. Special events are planned weekly with live music on Brewsday Tuesdays and a new Guest Chef series every other Thursday of each Month.
|Monday - Thursday||5 - 10pm|
|Friday - Saturday||2pm - Midnight|
|Sunday||Noon - 10pm|
Many of last year’s favorites at the bar will return including the The Woodermelon: Titos vodka and fresh pressed watermelon juice; and The Bartram: Hendricks gin with fresh cucumber and lime juice.
New to the garden will be an expanded margarita menu with delicious botanical flavors, mint juleps, mojitos and sangria. On especially hot days look forward to frozen daiquiris and margaritas.
Our taps will be filled with great craft beer, both local and national favorites. An expanded can menu will cover all the bases for a warm summer.
Join us weekly for BREWSDAY TUESDAY
Every Tuesday we will feature live music paired with visiting breweries with both rare beers and popular beers specials.
|May 9||Oskar Blues|
|May 16||5pm - Midnight|
|May 23||Boulevard, Ommegang and Duvel sponsoring a sour happy hour|
From the Kitchen
Enjoy a super summer menu with fare for both the meat lover and vegan. Highlights include: burrito bowls; corn on the cob dressed with lime mayo and queso fresco; refreshing Jimaca and watermelon salad; chicken and carnitas quesadillas; black bean hummus; and Mexican hot dogs.
New to the Garden: Guest Chef Series
PHS Pop Up Garden at South Street will host a Guest Chef series on the 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month. Expect the likes of DiBruno Brothers, Federal Donuts, Royal Tavern, Hungry Pigeon, La Divisa Meats and other great guests.
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How Pop Ups Help
Proceeds from PHS Pop Up Gardens support PHS programs, including City Harvest, which brings together a network of community gardeners who raise fresh, healthy food for more than 1,200 families in need each week during growing seasons.