At the edge of Fairmount on The Avenue of the Arts, Broad Street is the lively main vein that runs north and south through the city. Temple University and Temple Hospital lay just to the north and Center City Philadelphia to the south, a 15-minute walk or a 5-minute trip away on the Broad Street line. Restaurants dot the surrounding streets including one of the country’s most critically acclaimed Italian restaurants, Osteria, and rapidly blossoming Francisville and Brewerytown are but a few blocks away. Enjoy an evening with lively dinner of Southern inspired cuisine and live jazz music at South just moments away. Afterwards, indulge in the arts at the Met Grand Theatre for Performing Arts just a short stroll down Broad.
The Best of Both Worlds
Fairmount in Philadelphia allows for the best of both worlds, one where you have instant access to sophisticated dining and an urban feel, you can hop on the Broad Street line and see a show, but you have the freedom to remove yourself from the hustle of the city in the greens of Fairmount Park or a walk down a shady tree line street just off of Broad.
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Broad Street and City Hall
Restaurants & Bars