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Jason Sheehan

The Twisted Tail's Dining in the Dark

New Year, New Food News: Dining in the Dark at The Twisted Tail, Sabrina’s Liquor License, and More

Plus: Chef Nantambu Chavis’s new gig.

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Philly’s New Vaccination Rules for Restaurants Start Today

Everything you need to know if you want to eat out during the time of Omicron.


Fond Ends Its 12-Year Run in South Philly

Plus, pop-up doughnuts, a charity drag show, and more Philly restaurant news to know.


This Year, It’s a Feast of the Seven Pickles in Fishtown

Plus, Starr Restaurants and Aramark join forces, Kismet Bagels makes it official in Fishtown, and an atrocious cheesesteak recipe.


Townsend Triumphantly Returns to East Passyunk Avenue

Plus, a new ice cream shop for East Passyunk, a jazz club in New Jersey, and igloo brunches.


Primary Plant Based Is Philly‘s Newest Vegan Destination

Plus, Vernick Coffee Bar returns, a fireplace lighting, and a happy Cheftivus to all.


Jen Zavala’s Juana Tamale Opens in East Passyunk

Plus, Irwin’s gets some ink in Esquire, and an Italian-Jewish Hanukkah dinner.


New Hope’s Converted Church Restaurant Gets a Breath of New Life

Plus, a big, fancy chef event in Wilmington, a magician in residence at Vesper in Center City, and more Philly food news to know.

la chinesca

La Chinesca Shouldn’t Work, But It Does


New Jersey’s Heirloom Kitchen Tries Philly On for Size

Plus, apres-ski vibes at Assembly, a seafood restaurant replaces Mad Rex, and some Wawa news to know.


The Return of Philly’s Barbershop Speakeasy, Vietnamese Coffee Cake, and Victory’s New Brewpub

Plus, Rangoon announces its closure and the Philly restaurants infiltrating NYC.

eeva review

Now in Its Fullest Form, Eeva Is the Restaurant It Was Always Destined to Be

Eeva, a Kensington bakery/pizzeria/restaurant/wine shop, opened during the pandemic as the takeout-friendly version of what it is today. And what it is today is a full-service restaurant that’s firing on all cylinders. 


Lark, Nick Elmi and Fia Berisha’s New Restaurant in Bala Cynwyd, Opens Its Doors

Plus, a new negroni bar at Royal Boucherie and the Refectory reopens on the Main Line.


Rex at the Royal Will Bring Lowcountry Cooking Back to South Street

Plus, Noord is closing in East Passyunk, and the New York Times praises one of Philly’s greatest bagel shops.

charlie dove

Audrey Claire Is No More. Charley Dove Might Become Its Indispensable Replacement.

The successor to one of the most beloved Philly restaurants of all time obviously has big shoes to fill. It’s off to a great start.