The Moshulu is a super old boat that’s somehow still floating in the Delaware, and while the dining room inside is somewhat of a tourist trap, during the summer the huge deck on top turns into a bar with cocktails and small bites. Make it a point to come at least once before it closes for the winter, and get here early enough to take over one of the loungers before it gets too crowded.
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