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  • Alcohol: Full Bar
  • Meals Served: Dinner, Lunch
  • Accepts Credit Cards: Yes

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V Street Opening for Christmas Eve Brunch

Special Christmas Eve brunch at V Street.

Special Christmas Eve brunch at V Street.

Looking for some sustenance before one last crazy day of shopping or just looking to celebrate being done work for a bit, V Street’s brunch will be available on Christmas Eve.

Rich Landau’s Rittenhouse bar (and #12 restaurant in Philadelphia magazine’s 50 Best list)  is offering a special vegan menu and boozy holiday drink specials plus egg nog soft serve.

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Almanac Beer Co. Brings West Coast Seasonal Brews To Philly

Almanac Beer CoSan Francisco’s premier farm-to-barrel brewery is coming to Philadelphia to crack open their most exciting beers for the very first time.

Almanac Beer Company specializes in creating seasonal artisan ales and “unusual” craft beers made from locally-sourced products. The brewing company partners with Northern California farms to use the best locally sourced fruit in their process to create home-brews with flavors specifically based to complement local cuisine and seasonal tastes.

From October 6th-10th, the beer company will be hosting events to christen their unique West Coast brews all throughout the city, but most notably, they’re going to be rolling into V Street late next week.

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Rich Landau Wants You to Eat Your Vegetables

Kate Jacoby, co-owner, manager and pastry chef of Vedge and V Street, with her husband, Rich Landau, at Vedge. Photograph by Gene Smirnov

Kate Jacoby, co-owner, manager and pastry chef of Vedge and V Street, with her husband, Rich Landau, at Vedge. Photograph by Gene Smirnov

No tattoos. No cursing. No meat, no fish, no eggs, no dairy. No drama. This is a successful chef?

Rich Landau plops a pile of spongy, chalk-colored tofu into a big stainless steel bowl. “This is the most clichéd part of my job,” he says, leaning into the bowl with both hands and tearing the tofu limb from limb, or whatever it is you do to the curd of soybeans. Landau calls tofu “the evil icon of vegetarianism,” and it’s obvious he’s worked with it a few times — check that; a few hundred thousand times — before. Read more »

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