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Odunde Festival

Odunde Festival

The Odunde Festival, held each June on Philadelphia’s South Street, is the largest African-American street festival in the nation. The festival covers 14 city blocks and features 100 art, craft and food vendors, as well as two stages of live entertainment by African, Caribbean and African-American performers....

Credit: Photo by A. Ricketts for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: African-American, Events, Multicultural, Summer

Odunde Festival

Odunde Festival

The Odunde Festival, held each June on Philadelphia’s South Street, is the largest African-American street festival in the nation. The festival covers 14 city blocks and features 100 art, craft and food vendors, as well as two stages of live entertainment by African, Caribbean and African-American performers....

Credit: Photo by A. Ricketts for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: African-American, Events, Multicultural, Summer

Odunde Festival

Odunde Festival

The Odunde Festival, held each June on Philadelphia’s South Street, is the largest African-American street festival in the nation. The festival covers 14 city blocks and features 100 art, craft and food vendors, as well as two stages of live entertainment by African, Caribbean and African-American performers....

Credit: Photo by A. Ricketts for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: African-American, Events, Multicultural, Summer

Odunde Festival

Odunde Festival

The Odunde Festival, held each June on Philadelphia’s South Street, is the largest African-American street festival in the nation. The festival covers 14 city blocks and features 100 art, craft and food vendors, as well as two stages of live entertainment by African, Caribbean and African-American performers....

Credit: Photo by A. Ricketts for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: African-American, Events, Multicultural, Summer

Odunde Festival

Odunde Festival

The Odunde Festival, held each June on Philadelphia’s South Street, is the largest African-American street festival in the nation. The festival covers 14 city blocks and features 100 art, craft and food vendors, as well as two stages of live entertainment by African, Caribbean and African-American performers....

Credit: Photo by A. Ricketts for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: African-American, Events, Multicultural, Summer

Youma

Youma

The African cuisine scene tastes especially rich in West Philly. This Baltimore Avenue Senegalese spot brings a taste of Dakar with dibi (grilled lamb chops), yassa (spicy grilled chicken with habanero and green pepper), fatata (beef patties), aloco (fried plantains), thieboudienne (fried rice with vegetables and fish) and ginger juice...

Credit: Photo by M. Fischetti for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Dining & Restaurants, Multicultural

Youma

Youma

The African cuisine scene tastes especially rich in West Philly. This Baltimore Avenue Senegalese spot brings a taste of Dakar with dibi (grilled lamb chops), yassa (spicy grilled chicken with habanero and green pepper), fatata (beef patties), aloco (fried plantains), thieboudienne (fried rice with vegetables and fish) and ginger juice...

Credit: Photo by M. Fischetti for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Dining & Restaurants, Multicultural

Kilimandjaro Restaurant

Kilimandjaro Restaurant

Tucked inside a shopping center along West Philly’s Chestnut Street corridor, Kilimandjaro is an intimate West African eatery serving sauce feuille, a lamb entrée cooked with spinach or cassava leaves and mixed with palm oil. Plantains are also on the menu, as is tiakry, a Senegalese dessert similar to rice...

Credit: Photo by M. Fischetti for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Dining & Restaurants, Multicultural

Kilimandjaro Restaurant

Kilimandjaro Restaurant

Tucked inside a shopping center along West Philly’s Chestnut Street corridor, Kilimandjaro is an intimate West African eatery serving sauce feuille, a lamb entrée cooked with spinach or cassava leaves and mixed with palm oil. Plantains are also on the menu, as is tiakry, a Senegalese dessert similar to rice...

Credit: Photo by M. Fischetti for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Dining & Restaurants, Multicultural

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