This trendy neighborhood, once an epicenter for the commercial fishing industry, offers a colorful exception to the city’s urban grid with its collection of narrow streets, beautiful row homes, and independently-owned businesses. Few neighborhoods have changed as quickly and dynamically as Fishtown, bringing an arts-and-dining renaissance that has breathed new life and energy into the area. From cocktail bars to dives, high-dining to quick-service stops, Fishtown has plenty to offer in the way of dining and entertainment. It is sometimes referred to as the “Brooklyn” of Philadelphia.
Brad grew up just outside of Philadelphia in Moorestown, NJ. After graduating from Vassar College in 2000, his jazz hands led him to pursue an acting career in Los Angeles.Let's Connect