"I want to make Rittenhouse great again.”
Alimentari, an Italian wine bar and cafe, will open on the shop’s second floor this summer.
This frozen, fun take on a France’s happy hour tradition will cool you down all summer long.
It’s the debut restaurant from a husband-wife duo combining fine dining careers with touches from their Puerto Rican and Barbadian heritage.
Locally made rosé cider, beer, and wine to sip all season long.
The magazine’s annual list of the country’s fresh new spots dropped this morning, and an effortlessly cool Philly concept is ranked number one.
Check out the space and opening menu of Hiroki, the long-awaited Japanese restaurant from longtime Morimoto sushi chef Hiroki Fujiyama.
The $1 million plan for Filbert Street includes wider sidewalks, outdoor seating, and retractable bollards to block cars during "pedestrian hours."
Of the original restaurants acquired by URBN, only two will remain in Philadelphia.
Bru Craft & Wurst, its beer-focused sibling, is also headed to the Piazza Pod Park.
The sandwich spot and cheese shop owned by Valley Shepherd Creamery will be out of the market by midsummer.
Look for local farmers, makers, food trucks, and artists to pop up weekly in the waterfront creative space this summer.
Our favorite frosty, spiked drinks will keep you cool all summer long.