The Rittenhouse Row Fall Fashion and Cocktail Crawl (is the event formally known as the Rittenhouse Row Fall
Gathering.) The annual event highlights Rittenhouse Row’s best Fall fashion, beauty and mixology trends, and includes a
Cocktail Competition in partnership with Southern Wine & Spirits.
In the spirit of a traditional bar crawl, the Fashion Crawl begins with a registration at Sephora, where participants will receive an armband, Sephora gift bag and a map. The Crawl guides guests to 16 locations where they will find special events and a bartender station from one of Rittenhouse Row’s top bars and restaurants.
Bartenders will use Pinnacle Vodka, Cruzan Rum, Sauza Tequila and Jim Beam Jacob’s Ghost Whiskey to create their version of the best Fall cocktail. Participants will taste 15 creative and inspired specialty cocktails and Peroni beer, and will enjoy snacks, discounts and other treats from retail hosts of the Crawl.
Although the retail locations are open to the public, only ticket holders will be able to enjoy the Cocktail Competition stations and Peroni.
Crawl location includes some of the best in Rittenhouse:
Alfa at The Shops at Liberty Place: 1625 Chestnut Street
Alma de Cuba at the 611 Lifestyle Pop-up Shop at Metro Gallery 250: 250 South 18th Street, unit 102
Butcher and Singer at Juicy Couture: 1701 Walnut Street
The Dandelion at NINObrand: 333 South 20th Street
Il Pittore at Flywheel Philadelphia: 1521 Locust Street
Joan Shepp Men’s Collection at Barclay Prime: 237 South 18th Street
Lacroix at Plage Tahiti: 128 South 17th Street (2011 Cocktail Competition winner)
Ocean Prime at Knit Wit: 1729 Chestnut Street
The Ranstead Room at LAGOS: 1735 Walnut Street
Rouge at Innervision Eyewear: 131 South 18th Street
Sbraga at Nicole Miller: 200 South Broad Street in The Bellevue (2012 Cocktail Competition winner)
Tinto at Kenneth Cole: 1422 Walnut Street
Twenty Manning Grill at The Hope Chest: 1937 Chestnut Street
Vernick Food & Drink at Kembrel: 1822 Chestnut Street
Whisper at South Moon Under: 1731 Chestnut Street
Zama at the Duke & Winston Pop-up Shop at BANKWERX from Conestoga Bank: 1632 Walnut Street
So come on out Thursday, September 19th, 2013 from 6-8pm. Tickets and more information can be found by visiting
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I had no idea you were Philly based! I just moved out of Rittenhouse to the Art Museum but am so pumped to feel a sense of home in this blogisphere!