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Share This: Old Images of Philadelphia on Facebook

There is a place on Facebook—beyond the endless photos of newborn babies and your annoying friend from high school who updates her status exclusively in […]

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Stephen Starr Is an Innovator

If you spend enough time loitering in the grumbling underbelly of the Philadelphia restaurant scene, playing its games of inside baseball and peering into its […]

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Five Tequila Drinks

Because there are other ways to drink tequila. Here, five of our favorites.

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New and Notable: Fathom Seafood House

Chef Mike Stollenwerk has had a busy year. First he opened Fish, then he closed and re-opened his original BYOB Little Fish in a new […]

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New and Notable: Indian Restaurant

Keep your eye on West South Street: What once housed dive bars and barber shops is now home to a wine bar (Jet), an award-winning […]

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New and Notable: Plenty

East Passyunk has become quite the restaurant destination with the likes of Fond, Salt & Pepper and Le Virtù, but for decent prepared foods, the […]

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Philly Restaurateurs Are Getting Into the Farm Business

FOR THE PAST SEVERAL YEARS, the phrase “farm-to-table” has been splashed across menus at restaurants of a certain ilk. It’s sort of meaningless — don’t […]

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Drink This Now: XXX Shine

What is it? An 88.8-proof white whiskey from Philadelphia Distilling (the maker of Bluecoat Gin) just hitting state store shelves. What the hell is white […]

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Five Lamb Dishes to Try

Lamb’s neck bastilla, Zahav There’s no better place in Philly than Michael Solomonov’s kitchen to try every part of the lamb prepared every which way—ground, […]

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New and Notable: The Corner

The owners of nearby Raw have taken oven the former APO lounge, instituting a brief, mostly successful menu that meanders through Asia (crackly flash-fried chicken, […]

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New and Notable: Le Pain Quotidien

The Belgian gourmet-bakery chain has landed on Rittenhouse Row, toting along its vaguely European, rustic farmhouse interior and its signature “homemade” breads — which are […]

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New and Notable: Opa

Just when you thought there wasn’t room for another restaurant at the white-hot nexus of 13th and Sansom streets, along comes this stylish Greek spot. […]

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New and Notable: Matador

As long as Garces and Starr keep avoiding the ‘burbs, Main Liners will resort to getting their Spanish-tapas fix from places like this one, where […]

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Seder Sippers

Passover is on its way and that reminds us: Most kosher wine is best when … avoided. Or so we thought until speaking with Zahav’s […]

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Margot I. Boigon

Eggs. They symbolize so much: springtime, new beginnings…breakfast. Chefs are topping brunch pizzas with them, like Marshall Green does at Café Estelle, and slipping them […]