Food

Posted: June 28, 2012

Put some Zen cool in your summer with "Zen Tea Basics," an exploration of Asian teas with Pamela Lee, 2-4 p.m. July 21 at Yoga on the Ridge (493 Domino Lane, 215-792-6400, YogaOnTheRidge.com). Sample tea varieties from green to oolong, with snack pairings. Tips on how to tell good teas from bad, too. $30. Preregistration required.

National Pralines Day was Sunday, but Beck's Cajun Cafe is reveling all week long with a version of the sweet New Orleans treat at its Reading Terminal Market location (12th and Arch streets, 484-919-5310, beckscajuncafe.com). Beck's will open a second spot at 30th Street Station in July.

An all-you-can-eat summer clambake goes best with unlimited beer or wine. That's the thinking at Normandy Farm Hotel (1401 Morris Road, Blue Bell, 215-616-8108 normandyfarm.com). From 6-9 Thursday night?, sample Sam Adams brews and classic clambake foods. $37.95.

Watch the July Fourth fireworks from a primo spot overlooking the Parkway at Bistro St Tropez (2400 Market St., 4th floor, Marketplace Design Center, 215-569-9269, bistrosttropez.com). Join Chef Patrice Rames for dinner, an appetizer or a cocktail at the bar.

Supper Restaurant (926 South St., 215-592-8180, supperphilly.com) is putting on the dog this summer with a mini-version of its house-made links. Five bucks gets you a bacon-wrapped, deep-fried pork-shoulder wiener with house-baked bun and fixings. Happy hour Tuesday through Friday, 5-7 p.m., features discounted drinks and hors d'oeuvres. n

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