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Maddy Sweitzer-Lammé

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Walnut Street Cafe Is Back, Reimagined For a Strange New World

Owner Branden McRill added a more affordable menu and a new outdoor market to his University City restaurant.


Philly-Based Food Delivery Service Black and Mobile Is Poised to Take Over the World

Just a year after launching his company, which delivers food exclusively from Black-owned restaurants, David Cabello is already entering a third city market. And he’s only getting started.


A Socially Distanced Parks on Tap Is Here for Summer 2020

Philly’s favorite mobile beer garden has a plan in place to serve you socially safe brews this summer.


Camille Cogswell Has Been Let Go From K’Far and Zahav

The James Beard award-winning chef is separating permanently from K’far, Zahav, and the company at large.

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Philly Is About to Start Outdoor Dining. But How Safe Is It?

Before you make a reservation for dinner this Friday night, consider whose safety you’re willing to risk.


A New Bakery Serving Cakes, Cookies and Breakfast Sandwiches Opens in Old City

After years of selling at farmer’s markets in Philly, Kyle Cuffie-Scott is opening a brick-and-mortar location of Darnel’s Cakes, a bakery committed to reducing the stigmas surrounding HIV and AIDS.


Scott Schroeder Is Leaving Hungry Pigeon Permanently After Controversial “Black America” Instagram Post

The restaurant’s chef and co-owner announced over the weekend that he is “currently working out the legalities of leaving the restaurant permanently.”

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Let’s Talk About Race: Resources for White Philadelphians Who Are Ready to Actually Do Something About Racism and Anti-Blackness

To quote Michelle Obama, “Race and racism is a reality that so many of us grow up learning to just deal with. But if we ever hope to move past it, it can’t just be on people of color to deal with it.”


Philly Chefs Host Food Drive to Feed Underserved Communities

The team behind Cooking for the Culture, a platform for black culinary professionals, is organizing food drives after the city shut down food distribution sites.

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Di Bruno Bros. Is Facing Backlash From Its Own Employees and the Philadelphia Police

The iconic Philly market faced criticism from its staff on Wednesday for offering free lunches to on-duty police officers. They have since revoked the policy and apologized, angering police.


Soft Shell Crabs Will Transport You to the Summer You Wish You Were Having

The best seafood of the season is hitting menus right now, and we’ve got all the info on where to find it.


Marc Vetri’s Next Act: A Red Sauce Joint in … Japan

One of Philly’s greatest Italian chefs is expanding to Kyoto. What does that mean for his home city?


Where to Find To-Go Cocktails in Philly, Now That It’s Legal

Now that it’s finally legal, here’s where you can pick up manhattans, margaritas, piña coladas, house specials, and more.


Order In: Omar Tate Is Reimagining His New York City Pop-Up in Philadelphia

Acclaimed Honeysuckle Pop-Up is now operating out of South Philly Barbacoa. Omar Tate talks about takeout, inspiration, and his long-term plans for Philadelphia.


Saté Kampar Closes in East Passyunk

As coronavirus shutters restaurants across the country, one of Philly’s best restaurants is closing for a different reason.