Here’s some dining inspiration for one of the worst restaurant holidays of the year.
The news comes after a — now-banned — club member tried auctioning off a membership card on Ebay for $200.
How do you turn a big, moneymaking enterprise into an attractive restaurant?
The legendary West Philly BYOB will serve its last tasting menu dinner next week.
Pennsport’s darling French bakery, Creme Brûlée, has one of the best pies in town. Seriously.
Hungry Pigeon will team up with Safran Turney Hospitality’s culinary director, George Sabatino, for a night of classic, decadent French fare from the Les Halles cookbook.
And the first New York location is slated to open this spring.
Beth Amadio will take over the old Tria Fitler Square location this spring with Cotoletta Fitler Square.
The pizza, doughnuts, and cheap Indonesian food they can’t quit.
Chris D’Ambro and Marina De Oliveira are expanding their footprint in Queen Village with two more restaurants at the corner of 5th and Bainbridge Streets.
Chinatown’s most divisive, most peculiar, most enigmatic character finally enters the Philly restaurant game. And we couldn’t be more excited.
Foobooz is teaming up with Hungry Pigeon for another cookbook dinner next month. And this time, it’s with Israeli Soul authors and hometown heroes Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook.
After six years, Michael and Jeniphur Pasquarello’s 13th Street pizzeria will shut its doors for good.
All-day eats and funky wines are en route to Headhouse Square.