• TOP of the TOWER is now Sky Philadelphia

     
    POSTED March 16, 2017
     

Top of the Tower has officially changed their name to Sky Philadelphia. While the name’s new, their great food, friendly staff and fabulous views remain the same. They have been a private events venue for 23 years!

In March 2015, they opened Sky Brunch to the public and in June 2016, they opened Sky Garten—the only high-up open-air observation deck in the city—operated in partnership with the famed German restaurant, Brauhaus Schmitz.

As with any new identity comes a few other changes. Check out their new websites, plan a visit, make a reservation, or schedule a tour soon.

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Sky Philadelphia will honor its 23 years in business with a fun promotion. They are inviting you to enjoy $23 worth of services as their guest. That's $23 worth of beer at Sky Garten or $23 off your Sunday Sky Brunch. Just fill out this short form, and they'll get your $23 gift card right out to you.

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