A vintage high-pressure pumping station along the Delaware River Waterfront is the unlikely home to both FringeArts and contemporary brasserie La Peg. Chef Peter Woosley oversees the grand, industrial dining room with its 45-foot ceilings and menu of regional American fare, as well as the beer garden—complete with an amazing view of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge.
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