Wharton Media & Entertainment Group (WMEG) Post-Holidays Meet & Greet Happy Hour

The Wharton Media & Entertainment Group (WMEG) invites alumni who are employed in or specialize in servicing the media and entertainment sector to a Post-Holidays Meet & Greet Happy Hour in NoMad (just above Madison Square Park) with members of the Penn/Wharton Media & Entertainment Community! Join us and meet your peers on Thursday, January 12th, 2023 from 6:00-8:00PM at Olde City Cheesesteaks & Brew at 66 Madison Avenue — which is owned by several Penn/Wharton alumni, including part owners of the Philadelphia 76ers. HAPPY HOUR specials will be available from 6-7PM.  All graduates of Wharton are welcome.

This event is FREE to attend. Philly-themed food and drinks (and many more options) will be available to purchase. Registrations are on a first come first served basis so please register ASAP so that we have an accurate headcount.

Thursday, January 12, 2023
6:00 PM ET - 8:00 PM ET

Olde City Cheesesteaks & Brew
66 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10016

*Pre-registration is strongly recommended. Guests are welcome.

Venue Information:
Authentic cheesesteaks. Specialty cheesesteaks. Signature roast pork and chicken cutlet sandwiches with homemade broccoli rabe and Cooper sharp american. Bread shipped in from Philly and baked in-house every hour. Killer wings, salads, and fries. Craft beer on tap. Craftier cocktails. Philly native and Olde City founder Evan Stein has been serving up cheesesteaks in NYC since 2005 with his original concept Shorty’s. He has now moved on to launch Olde City Cheesesteaks & Brew. The Philly-inspired menu is delicious. The beer selection is carefully curated with local breweries from PA and NY. The creative cocktails are always served without pretension. Olde City has something for everyone.

Pre-registration is highly encouraged. Please register early!

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