You’re at your favorite restaurant and, for whatever reason, the dish you ordered is not to your liking. Here’s how you can send it back, guilt-free.
The way it faces Arch Street’s Friendship Gate feels borderline poetic. For a moment.
It’s the moment of truth: You’re out with a big group, you’re in charge of ordering wine, and you’re staring at a bottle list 300 labels deep. What now?
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.