Radio and TV Personality Natalie Egenolf Breaks Down Her Top 5 Spots To Wind Down

By the Editors | August 19, 2020 | People

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Natalie Egenolf, Radio and TV personality, The Mike Missanelli Show, 97.5 The Fanatic and NBC Sports Philadelphia

1. Leda & The Swan

Center City has been in desperate need of a new jazz bar. The speakeasy lounge vibe of Leda & The Swan coupled with the live entertainment on any night of the week, plus the incredible cocktail menu, is a guaranteed relaxing night out. 1224 Chestnut St., lnsphilly.com

2. The Parlour

I stumbled across this Fishtown gem after moving to the neighborhood in 2015. I never thought I’d be able to go blonde, but my stylist, Lisa Lee, has taken me from my natural dark brown to a caramel blonde and I get so many compliments! 1339 Frankford Ave., theparlourfishtown.com

3. The Met Philadelphia

The Met is absolutely one of my favorite places in Philadelphia. Being a lifelong Philadelphian, nothing makes my heart happier than seeing the restoration of city buildings that sat vacant for years. The ornate details of the beautiful interior and little nooks and crannies add to the live music experience. It’s worth the trip to North Broad for any performance. 858 N. Broad St., themetphilly.com

4. The Rail Park

Phase one of the Rail Park is a quarter-mile stretch of urban elevated green space where the Reading Railroad once ran from Broad to Callowhill. The dream is to expand this space through 10 neighborhoods to Fairmount Park. Noble and North Broad streets, therailpark.org

5. Stogie Joe’s Tavern

My favorite day to enjoy the out-of-this-world pizza and pasta with red wine is on a Sunday with their live Sinatra singer. I’ve celebrated my birthday here every year for the past few years! 1801 E. Passyunk Ave., stogiejoestavern.net



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