The Patio at Spring Arts is a new outdoor lounge located on 10th and Hamilton Streets in Philadelphia, PA. Everything you need to know about The Patio can be found below. Stay tuned for a more in depth look at the Patio when the Just Grubbin crew checks it out for themselves.
The Style Of Palm Springs In Spring Arts
The Patio at Spring Arts is Philadelphia’s beautiful new outdoor lounge nestled under the viaduct only two blocks from the entrance to the Rail Park. Inspired by the design and style of mid-century Palm Springs, The Patio features a selection of refreshing summer cocktails, craft cans and The Sound of Trestle (TSOT) DJs spinning a vibrant soundtrack of summer sounds Friday and Saturday nights.
Saturdays: 6pm to 11pm
Sundays: 2pm to 7pm
About The Patio
Created by the team behind Philly’s iconic The Trestle Inn, The Patio is a reinvention of the garden that previously hosted a PHS Pop Up Garden in 2016. With a proliferation of predictable beer gardens sprouting up in the region. The Patio offers a unique and refreshing alternative with its cocktail-forward menu, elegant design and top notch sound system. Two blocks from The Trestle Inn and the entrance to the Rail Park it’s one of a kind!
Perfect Summer Cocktails
4 Policies You Need To Know
- The Patio does not permit pets.
- The Patio also does not permit anyone under 21 on Fridays and Saturdays. Young guests ages 10 and older are welcome on Sundays only.
- The Patio is cash only, and we do have an ATM on-site.
- No outside food is allowed, but please ask us about our snacks
Come for a drink, stay for the music. The Patio features The Sound of Trestle (TSOT) DJs spinning summer sounds from across the decades every Friday and Saturday night from 6pm to 10pm for a vibrant lounge soundtrack.
Stay tuned for announcements on our monthly Sunday Live events coming in August.
The Patio provides a unique and beautiful backdrop for any event for up to 175 guests. Join us for your next corporate happy hour, reunion gathering, or networking mixer. To inquire about planning your special event, please email email@example.com.
New Pop Up Cocktail Garden from the Trestle Inn Team Brings Mid Century Palm Spring Vibe
Arts + Crafts Holdings, led by partners Aaron Cohen and Craig Grossman is an investor and igniter of creative communities. The company is the leading investor establishing Philadelphia’s authentic creative class commercial district in Callowhill’s Spring Arts and the Northern Edge of Center City Philadelphia.
Arts + Crafts reimagines historic buildings and the urban spaces between them, to create “place” and a vibrant canvas for the new economy’s entrepreneurs and makers. The company was founded in 2015 and has since acquired nearly 1.6 million square feet across 20 plus assets of commercial, residential and mixed-use real estate from Callowhill to Spring Garden, from Broad Street to the Delaware River.
Arts + Crafts Holdings is pleased to welcome the team from The Trestle Inn as a new temporary tenant operating their pop up cocktail garden space at Tenth and Hamilton Streets under the Viaduct. The space is part of the 448 North 10th building that houses Kismet Coworking Made Institute, One Trick Pony Design, Roots Yoga and more.
“The parcel of land that houses The Patio at Spring Arts was one of the first assets acquired by Arts + Crafts Holdings, “said Aaron Cohen, General Partner. “We bought 448 North 10th and it came with a small slice of overgrown land that had been used essentially as a junkyard. We loved its petite scale and unique location framed by the Viaduct Rail Park. We saw it as an incredibly compelling space for the creative aspects of placemaking.”
The space was cleaned by Arts + Crafts Holdings team and landscaped with help of PHS in 2016. Celebrity Chefs Jason Ciconski partnered with PHS and Arts + Crafts to program a PHS Pop up Beer Garden 2016. The space was later used in 2017 as a preview location for Celebrity Chef Chad Rosenthal’s soon to open Lucky Well barbecue concept, which will be coming to another Arts + Crafts Holdings property, 990 Spring Garden, later this year.
“We are thrilled to see our friends from the Trestle Inn make this special, previously forgotten space come to life this summer,” said Craig Grossman, General Partner. “This exemplifies our intention as developers…to acquire interesting buildings and open space in the neighborhood, provide the capital improvements and design investment to make them usable again, and to partner with visionary entrepreneurs who can activate our properties with dynamic and inventive uses that bring visitors to the neighborhood.”
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