Concourse Dance Bar Reinvents Itself | Philadelphia Caller

PHILADEPHIA - FCM Hospitality and owner Avram Hornik announce the re-opening of Concourse Dance Bar at 1635 Market Street starting this Friday, October 9th.

Philadelphia's top dance bar and nightlife destination will return and operate temporarily as a restaurant serving up a special pre-paid three-course, a small-plate menu of Philadelphia food favorites that are paired with three cocktails. With the new concept comes some exciting changes and surprises.

Guests will enjoy their food and drink pairings as they move through three rooms of the 15,000 square foot space. Masks are required at all times when not seated. While moving through space, socially-distanced patrons will step back in time for a full sensory experience filled with nostalgia, 90s tunes, eclectic and vintage decor, Instagrammable art, colorful lights, and lasers - and the brand new Philadelphia-inspired ice room.

The new ice room at Concourse started construction back before the global pandemic and was about to debut when the shut-down orders were put into place. FCM now opens the ice room as a preview of what is to come and to inspire positivity and hope.

Award-winning ice sculpture Peter Slavin has teamed up with FCM to create 20 Philadelphia-themed ice sculptures in the new ice room - with a now to everything from Philadelphia history, sports, music, food, and iconic tourist spots. Along with the ice room, a new infinity room will open as an adult version and twist on the carnival funhouse we all enjoyed as a child.

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