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Maddy Sweitzer-Lammé

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Mural City Cellars Opens in Kensington as Philly’s First Locally-Focused Urban Winery

Nicholas Ducos and Francesca Galarus are making French-inspired wines from locally grown grapes in an industrial space in Kensington.


The Foobooz Guide to an Actually Fun, Delicious Valentine’s Day To-Go

A last-minute guide for the happily in love, the bitterly single and everyone in between.


Want to Help Local Restaurants? GoPuff Now Makes it Easy to Order Philly-Made Food

The snack delivery company has turned to delivering fresh, local food products — which is good news for all of us.


At Kampar Kitchen, You Can Take Home a Meal by a Different Chef Every Night

With this innovative venture, Ange Branca of Saté Kampar is providing a platform for a new generation of talent.

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I Learned to Love Outdoor Winter Dining — and You Can, Too

There’s no doubt this city knows how to have fun in the cold, and supporting our restaurants should be no exception.

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10 Delicious Dishes Worth Going Out of Your Way to Eat in Philly

From Hardena’s #NotPizza box to Nano’s Austin-style breakfast tacos, this is what to order now.

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5 COVID-Era Philly Food Innovations We Hope Stick Around Forever

Even the most horrible predicaments have silver linings.

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6 Rich and Filling Philly Dishes That’ll Warm You Right Up

From Peking duck to a Sunday roast, these meals are perfect after a long day outside.

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We’ve Been Dreading Winter All Pandemic Long. Now That It’s Here, Let’s Make the Most of It

It’s time to lean into the cold. Here’s how.


The Takeout Soups and Stews That Will Get Us Through Winter

From classic Italian cioppino and spicy Lao-style curry to matzoh ball soup, here are the bowls that’ll keep us warm this season.


The Foobooz Guide to Not Cooking This Thanksgiving

Let Philadelphia’s chefs, bakers, and French-pastry makers do all the cooking this year.

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Philly Is Going Through a Seafood Revival

We are, without a doubt, in the midst of a seafood renaissance. Here are five ways to make the most of it.


Lay’s New Geno’s Cheesesteak Potato Chips Are the Snack We Never Asked For

Lay’s just released a limited run of a cheesesteak-flavored potato chips modeled after Geno’s famous steaks.

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High Street on Market is Closing … Kinda

After more than 7 years in Old City, High Street on Market will close its doors. The restaurant group says they are looking for a new location.


The Delaware River Will Be Home to Three New Open Air Restaurants

Race Street Pier, Cherry Street Pier and Spruce Street Harbor Park are now host to three new open-air concepts from FCM Hospitality.