Where will you be when Meghan and Harry tie the knot on Saturday? The royal wedding is upon us, and several bars and restaurants around the city will be celebrating the “I do” happening across the pond.
While NBC10's very own anchor Jacqueline London will be reporting live from Windsor Castle, not all of us have the opportunity to see it in person. Don’t worry! Here’s a list of Philly-area venues and treats to help you celebrate Meghan and Harry’s happily ever after.
210 W Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia, 19103
The luxury hotel will host a viewing party of the royal wedding Saturday morning in its Mary Cassatt Tea Room and Garden. Starting at 7.30 a.m. guests can enjoy tea service, including a delicious wedding cake, without having to travel to Windsor. Pimm’s Cups and sparkling wine will also be available for guests.
Tickets are all-inclusive and must be purchased in advance.
123 S. 18th St. Philadelphia, 19103
Starting at 5 p.m. guests can enjoy a three-course prix fixe dinner for $55 per person. Dinner includes a glass of champagne, as well as lemon-elderflower cake, inspired by the flavor of cake being served at the wedding.
Reservations are required and can be made at 215-558-2500. For a look at The Dandelion's menu, click here.
The Victoria Freehouse
10 S. Front St. Philadelphia, 19106
The Victoria Freehouse, a British pub located in Old City, will open early Saturday. Starting at 8 a.m. guests can enjoy food and drink specials with an arrangement of British breakfast foods, including freshly-baked scones. Specials end at 12 p.m.
2301 Fairmount Ave. Philadelphia, 19130
Everyone is encouraged to wear festive hats or fascinators in order to receive drink specials on champagne and lemon-elderflower gin fizz at this festive venue. Dog owners (especially corgi owners) are also welcomed to outdoor seating for this watch party, with every television showing the celebrations in London. The bar, located in Fairmount, will be celebrating from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Tavern on Broad
200 S. Broad St. Philadelphia, 19102
From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, guests can head to this Center City bar for bottomless brunch! For $15 Tavern on Broad will be offering bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys with the purchases of a brunch entrée.
Live coverage of the royal wedding celebrations will play throughout the bar during brunch. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 215-546-2290.
111 South 17th St. Philadelphia, 19103
This northern Italian steakhouse will be celebrating the royal wedding with inspired cocktails from May 18 to May 20. The Royal Wedding Cocktail Menu includes the drinks Something New, Glenlivet Founders Reserve, Carpano Antica and many more. For a full list of the cocktails and to make a reservation call 215-563-4810
Yep, you read that correctly. For the first time ever in Philadelphia area, the royal wedding will be shown at select theaters. Tickets can be purchased for $10 for showings at 10 a.m. on May 19. Find out what theaters are showing this royal event near you by clicking here.
Restaurants aren’t the only ones celebrating this famous, one-of-a-kind royal wedding. Two of America’s favorite food companies have something to offer.
“Crowns & Cheese” is Velveeta’s “Shells & Cheese” -- with crown-shaped noodles instead of shells. Each box of royal wedding themed pasta will come with a gold spoon in a gold foil box. You can enter to receive a box here.
Until May 20, doughnut lovers can indulge in Dunkin' Donuts’ limited edition “Royal Love” doughnuts. The heart-shaped treat is jelly-filled and topped with chocolate icing with a strawberry drizzle to top it off. They can be purchased at stores across the country.