Calling all foodies: Hear the sweet and spicy stories about Philadelphia’s restaurant scene from aboard the Moshulu, the world’s only restaurant in a tall ship. And sample their fare too. Irene Levy Baker, author of “Unique Eats & Eateries of Philadelphia,” will provide a signed copy of her book and share the stories behind the region’s most unique restaurants, reveal how to get reservations at Philadephia’s trendiest restaurants, where to find the city’s secret speakeasies and most sinful desserts, where senior citizens dine with seniors in college, where to taste grilled goat, spot celebrities, sample vegan cuisine, and more. Plus, meet Anthony Bonett, the chef at the helm of the Moshulu and enjoy hors d’oeuvres and sparkling water. The Moshulu, the world’s oldest and largest square-rigged sailing vessel still afloat, is docked on the Delaware River near Penn’s Landing. You’ll hear about its colorful history and get a tour of the ship, too. Passed hors d'oeuvres included. Cash bar available. Brunch or dinner reservations can be made directly with the Moshulu- not included in class.
Tuition includes $25 cost of book. Students who do not want a copy of the book can register for $37- please call 215-297-0500 for assistance.