Dinner by the Decades at High Street on Market ***Postponed***

Dinner by the Decades will be held at High Street on Market, the No. 2 new restaurant in the country by Bon Appétit magazine, where Chef Eli Kulp (of Fork renown) will present delightful unexpected food combinations.

High Street on Market serves Chef Eli Kulp"s contemporary American, hand-crafted, locally-inspired foods. Located on Market Street (formerly High Street during colonial times), High Street's dining room features local artisan work, milk-painted wood walls and factory windows. Counter seating in front of the completely open kitchen makes you feel at home. Eli's food is accompanied by a select wine list featuring winemakers whose work reflects the place and people from which the wine comes. Inventive cocktails include bottled and hand-crafted classics as well as new creations. 

Eli Kulp is also chef of Fork and was recently named a Food & Wine Magazine 2014 Best New Chef. Craig LaBan, Phiadelphia Inquirer, describes "[his] food [as] hauntingly good'.  Read more about High Street on Market at www.highstreetonmarket.com


  • First Course - Crispy peas, Dry aged beets, Lettuce salad
  • Second Course - Grilled arctic char, Caraway rye rigatoni       
  • Dessert - Trifle, "Peaches + Cream"  


  • Sustaining Member: $50 (May bring 3 guests at member price)
  • Extended Member: $50 (May bring 1 guest at member price)
  • Regular Member: $50 (May bring guests at non-member price)
  • Non-member: $70 (May join now to receive member rate) 

Prices include tax and tip.  Non-alumni guests are welcome.

Program: The evening starts with cocktails (cash bar) at 6:00 pm, followed by dinner at 7pm with seating by graduation decade (i.e., 1950-69, 1970-79, 1980-89, 1990-99, 2000+).  Seating is limited, so reserve early!!!  

RSVP: Seating is Limited.  Reservations required.  Sign up by October 30th. Please indicate your class in the special instruction box on the check page.

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Dinner-the-Decades at High Street on Market
November 3rd, 2014 from 6:00-9:00PM
High Street on Market, 308 Market Street, Philadelphia