While culinary schools around the country are closing, Drexel’s is going for broke.
The industry vet had already been working a weekends-only schedule after an incident with an employee.
The chef is rallying back — first with a new sandwich shop, and later down the line, a new BYOB.
It’s 70 degrees, people. Do something about it.
The new restaurant will take over the recently closed Agno Grill on Chestnut Street.
And they’re bringing some big-shot food writers — Helen Rosner, Joshua David Stein, Stephen Satterfield and Priya Krishna — to talk it out.
The new flavor is available now through President’s Day.
In a personal video and essay, the talented chef who’d been paralyzed in 2015’s Amtrak crash speaks candidly about what came —and what’s still to come — after the collision.
The Francophile chef finds a new home inside North Broad Street’s new luxury apartment complex, Hanover North Broad.
To tip, or not to tip.
Audrey Claire and Twenty Manning Grill are now in the capable hands of Rouge’s Rob Wasserman.
The James Beard award-winning chef leaves his corporate role with the mega-retailer, and, backed by prolific restaurateur Michael Schulson, buys the restaurant he originally opened.
In the nation’s capital, Rich Landau and Kate Jacoby will take two successful Philly concepts and combine them into one.