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4/9: Burgers, Broadway and Beats



    4/9: Burgers, Broadway and Beats

    Bobby’s Burger Palace: You’ve seen chef Bobby Flay this week on The 10! Show, now make Bobby’s Burger Palace in University City your stop for dinner tonight. The burger joint just opened two days ago and is already flooded with people requesting the Crunch burger, Dallas burger and especially the Philadelphia burger -- served with provolone or whiz. Be sure to try the beer battered onion rings and spiked milkshake before you leave. Prices range from $6.50 to $7.50 so we’re sure it won’t break the bank. Bobby’s Burger Palace, 3925 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19104.

    Adam Crossley: Singer-songwriter Adam Crossley will perform at the Tin Angel in Old City tonight. You may have caught his performance on The 10! Show Wednesday, but tonight is your chance to meet the pop musician in person. Crossley, who has been compared to Coldplay, Sting and Ryan Adams will perform songs off of his latest album, Anvil of a Heart. Tin Angel, 20 South 2nd Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19106, +21, $12, 7:30 p.m.

    An Irish Off-Broadway Classic: Whether you’re Irish your not, you'll enjoy the hilarious and historical off-Broadway show, The Irish...and How They Got That Way as told by acclaimed author Frank McCourt of Angela’s Ashes. From ironical incidences to classic songs, The Irish… brings a bit of everything to the table. Kimmel Center, Innovation Studio, 260 South Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19102, $35, 8 p.m.