Visit Philly 6/21/10Give a shine to the head, horns, and spine of Albert Laessle’s Billy, a two-foot-high bronze billy goat in a small plaza halfway down the southwest walk.
O.N.E. at Rittenhouse
121 South 19th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19195
Top 40, Techno, Trance, Pop, Punk, Hip Hop, Electronic and Club
O.N.E. at Rittenhouse is more than a club — it’s an exclusive nightlife experience. This three-floor members-only social club for the Philadelphia elite inhabits a 200-year-old historic building. Located in the city’s hottest area for shopping, dining, and nightlife, O.N.E. is a great place to hold a charity event, happy hour, special event, or any type of private party. What's your pleasure principle? The choice is yours so sit back, relax and chill or perch yourself high to watch the smoking hot scene but most importantly, to be seen!
Eats & Drinks
O.N.E. at Rittenhouse offers a hors d’oeuvres style menu for private parties. Members are allowed to choose three from a varied menu offering everything from Mini Meatballs to Deep Sea Scallops. For the thirsty crowd, there is a full bar along with VIP style bottle service. Make sure you try one of the signature cocktails. If you can’t decide ask the bartender for suggestions and they will whip you up something guaranteed to satisfy.
Designed like no other establishment in Philadelphia, O.N.E. has six distinct rooms each with a unique fireplace from a different country, five bars, and infinite possibilities. The first floor consists of a dance floor and a lounge, the second floor has a game room with a pool table, the third floor has a dance floor and the fourth floor has two V.I.P. rooms with premiere bottle service. No matter what level you end up on, your night is guaranteed to be one full of premium luxury nowhere else in Philadelphia can offer.
Showtime Network 6/4/10The area is a fun place to walk around, window shop, stop for coffee or just sit in the park on a bench and read. - Nikki
Allie H.1/30/12One of the five original open-space parks in the city. Grab a bench and people-watch in this bustling square, then head to one of the surrounding sidewalk cafes for lunch.
Zack 7/20/10best place in the city to see the wealthiest and the poorest divided only by wooden bench dividers.
Visit Philly 4/16/12Look for the Visit Philly crew near the goat at 4 pm on 4sqday (4/16 – get it?). They’ll have giveaways for the first 16 people to show them their check-in.