SugarHouse Casino Event Center

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This week, we’d like to highlight the beautiful event space at SugarHouse Casino.  When some people think “casino” for a food event, it can seem a bit odd—crowded spaces, smoking areas, lots of continues beeps and boops and other loud noises don’t seem very conducive to sampling food and trying to engage with chefs and brewers.

Fortunately, S.E.E.D. will be hosted in SugarHouse’s new event center, which just opened in February.  The center itself, while attached to the casino, is completely separate.  The entire center is 30,000 square feet, with a 10,000 square foot banquet space, which is where S.E.E.D. will be occupied. And if it isn’t enough that the brand new space is gorgeously decorated, there are balcony views of the Ben Franklin Bridge and the Delaware River.

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Best of all, though, may be that the event center has direct access from the casino’s free parking garage, making attending the event so much easier than most others.  And if you don’t have a designated driver, the event center is accessible any number of ways from public transit, not to mention SugarHouse’s own Sugar Express free trolleys.

If neither driving or the free trolleys are an option, you can get the Market-Frankford Line to the Spring Garden stop and pick up the 43 bus to Richmond-Cumberland, which stops directly in front of the casino.  Further public transit directions can be found on SugarHouse’s website, as well as schedules and stops for the Sugar Express.

Plan your route and rest easy knowing that getting to S.E.E.D. will be a breeze, and you’ll be able to sit back and enjoy hours of vegan eating, drinking, music, and more.  See you there!


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