About Venture Inn

“For some reason, the two block length of Camac Street running from Walnut to Spruce was developed by about 1800, much earlier than the surrounding blocks. About 1813, the street appears in directories as Hazel Alley, then a bit later as Dean’s Alley and by the end of that decade as Dean Street. It would remain Dean Street for most of the 19th century, until about 1898, when the hodge podge of street names in Philadelphia were regularized.”

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  1. [...] It seems Charles Stiles and the Mystery Diners production company can’t find their way out of our fair city. Or maybe they’ve realized that we’re so much cooler than all the other places they’ve been. Either way the almost entirely fake TV show, (The terrible waitress who was also the owner’s neice in one ep as an IMDB page and everyone is wearing a mic and you blah blah blah) Doesn’t matter, he’s still providing press for some Philly establishments and this week it was The Venture Inn. [...]

  2. [...] It seems Charles Stiles and the Mystery Diners production company can’t find their way out of our fair city. Or maybe they’ve realized that we’re so much cooler than all the other places they’ve been. Either way, the almost entirely fake TV show–the terrible waitress who was also the owner’s neice in one ep has an IMDB page and everyone is wearing a mic and blah blah blah–is still providing press for some Philly establishments and this week it was The Venture Inn. [...]

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