Considered the Filmore of Philadelphia, the Tower Theater in Upper Darby is only a few minutes from Cobb's Creek Park and draws in many people from its nearby big city neighbor. Since it was opened in the 1970s, the Tower Theater has played host to many famous bands, such as Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, and stand up comedians like Eddie Murphy. Visitors have two levels of seating to choose from, as well as access to an open bar. For those under 21, there is also a snack bar serving popcorn, drinks, and other simple foods to keep patrons satisfied during a show.
Upper Darby Performin
To the people of Upper Darby, visiting their performing arts center is just as good as taking in a show on Broadway. The Upper Darby Performing Arts Center provides residence with a chance to take in the sounds of the symphony and enjoy plays or musicals performed by some of their very own residents. The theater seats around 1,600 patrons and features at least 80 shows a year. Tickets for all performances are reasonably priced for those on a budget looking for an inexpensive night out. Order tickets online or purchase at the box office for a thrilling theater experience.
Waterford Inn Restaur
After taking in a show at the nearby Tower Theater, many people opt to have a bite to eat or enjoy a nightcap before heading home. Adjacent to the theater is the popular Waterford Inn Restaurant and Bar. Enjoy American classics like pizza, burgers, and simple sandwiches. For those looking for something on the lighter side, try one of the many scrumptious salads. The bar portion of the restaurant seats 15 and features several imported beers. The Waterfront Inn is even available for private celebrations, with a party room seating 120 people on hand all year long.