Neighborhood Watch

Phillies Set to Crash Occupy Philly; Boot & Saddle About to Start Kickin’ Again

City Hall: R5 founder and Union Transfer booking dude Sean Agnew confirms tonight’s Phillies game will be screened at City Hall for Occupy Philly protesters, and those who would like to join them in watching it. Organizers are handing out food that’s been donated to the effort, and there’s a chance that Mayor Nutter might drop by again. [Philebrity;]

North Broad: Stephen Starr’s forthcoming oyster bar and fish house is taking shape at the Former Wilkie dealership. To staff it, Starr Restaurants is hosting a job fair next week at the former home of Tangerine. [Foobooz]

NoLibs: Spank Rock has a new album ready to drop, and Tommy Up’s celebrating its release with free PBR’s at P.Y.T. tonight until 11 p.m. [edblammo/Twitter]

South Broad: Evidence suggests that Avram Hornik has something in store for the forever-vacant Boot & Saddle. Here’s hoping he leaves the old sign up. [Foobooz]

Gayborhood: Along with performances from Bob & Barbara’s drag queens and the penis-shaped bagel eating contest, there are tons of bars and restaurants located along 11th and 13th streets, between Walnut and Spruce streets that are participating in Sunday’s Outfest block party. [uwishunu]

Old City: Fork’s Terence Feury will dish up a four-course, oyster-focused menu for the October 13 installment of his sustainable dinners series. One of the four courses will be his signature wild striped bass en crepinette with oyster stuffing. Ooh la la. [Grub Street]

University City: Jose Garces’ Distrito is still accepting reservations for the four-course El Mayor Tequila dinner its serving on Tuesday. [Grub Street]

Phillies Set to Crash Occupy Philly; Boot & Saddle About to Start Kickin’