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The Feast of the Seven Pickles is back! Just like the Feast of the Seven Fishes holiday tradition… but with PICKLES!
Returning for the second year, and in collaboration with Paffuto Philly, Fishtown Pickle Project has a super fun take on this age-old tradition.

What exactly is this?

 A holiday cocktail party featuring seven pickle-centric dishes paired with wines.
Last year was such a hit that not only did they add two seatings and accept walk-ins, but they ended up with a nearly 200-person waiting list. They also jarred seven different types of pickles for an in-home version called “Pickle Party Mix.”

This year is even better. On Tuesday, December 20th, Fishtown Pickle Project will partner with Paffuto Philly and Mural City Cellars to present the Feast of the Seven Pickles: Gabagool Edition. Paffuto Philly will be creating a pickle-centric “Gabagool Edition” menu featuring seven pickle-centric, Italian-themed small plates. The menu will include charcuterie, caprese, arancini, pasta, seafood and desserts utilizing locally sourced ingredients, along with innovative pickled fare.

There will also be a pop-up gift shop at the event. Gift baskets, jars of pickles, bottles of Mural City Cellars’ wine, and specialty items from Paffuto Philly will be available for purchase.


The evening of Tuesday, December 20th with four timed seatings (90 minutes each), beginning at 5 p.m., with the final seating at 9:30 p.m.


Mural City Cellars’ pop-up location at 2146 E. Susquehanna Street in Fishtown.

How do we buy tickets?

Tickets are $55 apiece, with a 3-glass wine pairing option for an additional $20. Purchase tickets HERE.

For a cause too!

A portion of proceeds from all sales will benefit Philabundance. On behalf of Preston & Steve’s Camp Out for Hunger on BEN FM’s sister station, WMMR.

Wanna know more about the Fishtown Pickle Project?

Fishtown Pickle Project was launched by Chef Mike Sicinski and Dietitian Niki Toscani in 2018. They had gifting handcrafted pickles to their wedding guests. Their small-batch fare is purposefully crafted using all-natural ingredients and bold flavors. Whenever possible, cucumbers and other produce are sourced from local farms like Muzzarelli Farms in Vineland, New Jersey.