Practices are Wednesday nights from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm, at the Mayfair Presbyterian Church (3323 Tudor St., Philadelphia PA 19136) in the Mayfair section of Philadelphia. There is a $2 per person charge.
From South of Philly (Delaware County, Delaware, south Jersey), take 95 North. From North of Philly (Bucks County, Princeton NJ, Vermont), use 95 South. From both directions, you can also use Rt. 1/Roosevelt Blvd. if you prefer. In general, you will make your way to Cottman Ave (73).
From Routes 95, take the exit signed for 73 West/Cottman Ave. Continue on Cottman Ave. past Torresdale Ave., Frankford Ave., Leon St. and Crispin St.
Turn right onto Rowland Ave., and follow Rowland to Bleigh Ave. Due to one way streets, turn right again on Bleigh, right again on Crispin St., and finally right again on Tudor St. The church is right on the corner of Tudor and Crispin.
From Rt. 1/Roosevelt Blvd, take the exit signed for 73 East/Cottman Ave. Turn left onto Rowland Ave., and follow Rowland to Bleigh Ave. Due to one way streets, turn right again on Bleigh, right again on Crispin St., and finally right again on Tudor St. The church is right on the corner of Tudor and Crispin.
Parking is on the street, but in the evenings there is usually no shortage of spaces. The neighborhood is better than our previous location, as well. If you arrive after 7:30, the door should be locked - ring the round doorbell rather than the rectangular one and someone will be up to fetch you.
A map of the general area:
Directions to the Four Seasons diner (2800 block of Cottman at Rte. 1):
From the church, take Tudor to Rowland and make a left. Make a right onto Cottman. Follow Cottman for about a half a mile, cross Revere St., and look to the right. The new diner's lot entrance is on the right immediately after Revere, but before the McDonald's. If you reach the Boulevard (Rte.1 ), you've passed it.
By the way, when we say "new", we don't just mean new to us: this place opened on May 6th, 2009. If you look up the location in Google's Street View, you'll see they still show pictures of it as a Friendly's. Strangely, the service appears to get better the later you get there - arriving before 10pm seems to be a sure way to have a long wait for your food. After 10:30, it's much better, mainly because the staff tends to take good care of us.