It was another big week in the food world. Here’s what you might’ve missed:
“Bar Rescue” Heads To Glenside Plush is now Osteria Calabria
Turney And Safran 13th Street Update Everything you need to know about their new and upcoming operations
Oktoberfests And Fall Festivals In Philadelphia The big list of stuff to do
P’unk Burger Coming To Passyunk More burgers is never a bad thing
Philly Restaurants Are Some Of The Best In the U.S. 12 local spots make the big OpenTable list
Volver Rolls Out Changes For Season 2 No more tickets and a new price structure
Where We’re Eating: City Tap House More than just beer
Discounted Early Bird Tickets On Sale For Whiskey Festival It pays to plan ahead
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Once a week, we’ll take a spin around the NFC East to check in on what’s going on with the Eagles’ division rivals. Read more »
Time to say goodbye to summer, guys: Tuesday marks the first official day of fall. Meaning, we finally have to snap out of the slow-paced summer mode we’ve gotten used to and back into reality. Sad, I know. But the good news is, we’ve got some recipes to help make your transition to fast-paced fall life a bit smoother: Here, five healthy and totally drool-worthy meals that will only take up a short 10 minutes of your busy day. Happy cooking, Be Wellers!
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During the offseason, there were plenty of rumors about the Eagles’ potential interest in acquiring Miami Dolphins edge defender Dion Jordan.
But Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald recently provided more details about the team’s interest: Read more »
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Here’s a roundup of national media predictions for Sunday’s Eagles-Redskins game.
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If the idea of getting to shop Center City’s best boutiques and sample the most delish cocktails around gets you psyched, then we just found your Tuesday night plans. On September 23 from 6 to 8, swing by Rittenhouse Row to do just that.
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Some of what’s been offered at past Phila Flea Markets sales. Photo via philafleamarkets.org.
1. Phila Flea Market. The latest installment of those amazing Center City vintage markets that go on for blocks and make disinterested pedestrians want to murder you. For Property readers, items of interest might include home accents (pottery, signs, vintage tins and other mantel-lining tchotchkes); furniture; and outdoor home and garden tools. Saturday, 8am-5pm.
2. Ardmore Open House. Put aside any preconceived notions about “the Main Line” and check Ardmore out if you don’t know it already. It’s actually really unpretentious, and this neighborhood fest should be a solid opportunity to get a feel for things. There’ll also be a historic tour of downtown. Easy to get there by train, but there’s free parking too. Saturday, 11am-4pm.
3. Yardley antiques sale. This listing actually says “garage” sale, but when I think garage sale, I think of a lesser beast than this offering of antiques and collectibles. Included? Working antique mantelpiece clocks, vintage toys and signs, glassware (including Anchor Hocking, for those who like that), and other goodies. Saturday, starts 9am.
The Spa Suite at the Rittenhouse Hotel’s newly unveiled retreat.
Back in the spring, we let you know that the Rittenhouse Hotel would be opening a brand new (and rather giant) spa, salon and health club right there in the hotel—and we are excited to announce that it’s up and running!
The Rittenhouse Spa & Club – Hair by Paul Labrecque has opened its doors, which now means for all you brides and grooms who are either getting married at the hotel or simply getting ready in one of the lovely suites before heading out to your celebration, your morning-of beautifying just got very convenient.
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