Philadelphia’s outdoor dining/drinking destinations are mostly up and running for spring-summer:
SkyGarten, the indoor-outdoor beer garden on the 51st story of Three Penn Center (1717 Arch St.), is in its third and final season (details are here).
Morgan’s Pier, on the Delaware just north of the Ben Franklin Bridge.
Independence Beer Garden on Sixth Street across from the Liberty Bell Pavilion.
Parks on Tap, the traveling beer garden created by Fairmount Park Conservancy and Philadelphia Parks and Recreation in partnership with FCM Hospitality.
The PHS Pop Up Gardens at South Street and University City. The South Street pop-up, on the 1400 block of South Street (near 15th), will feature food, drinks, and events from Royal Tavern. The one at uCity Square, 36th and Filbert Streets, is operated by the Jose Pistola’s Group; new this year is a covered seating area.
Uptown Beer Garden is on the plaza behind the BNY Mellon building at 1735 JFK Blvd.
Harper’s Garden, serving food and drinks inside and out at Duane Morris Plaza (31 S. 18th St.), soft-opens May 11.
Bok Bar in South Philly’s former Bok Vo-Tech at 800 Mifflin St. (May 24).
Attico, a rooftop lounge at the new Cambria Hotel, 219 S. Broad St., near Locust (late May).
Pentridge Station pop-up beer garden, affiliated with Dahlak restaurant, at 5114 Pentridge St. in West Philly (June 1).