The restaurant space left empty with the closing of Trolley Car Station will become home to a Middle Eastern restaurant in early 2020.
The Franklin’s Table location of Dizengoff is now open.
The night before Thanksgiving is one of the biggest drinking nights of the year. Here are the best spots in Philly to get the party going.
The bar was purchased by the folks behind Mike’s BBQ and Stockyard Sandwich Co.
There will (of course) be pita and hummus, but also classics like sabich, schnitzel, shakshuka and more.
Because the only thing better than a feast is a feast between two slices of bread.
Wine by the glass, bottles to go, plus beer, cheese, charcuterie and more are now available in the Italian Market.
Former contestant and Philly native Eddie Konrad is consulting on the menu and design.
Some of the city’s best chefs are quietly slipping backyard barbecue favorites onto their menus. These are the burgers and hot dogs you don’t want to miss.
The new shop next door to Vernick Food & Drink will be a retail space for wine, as well as a private event and dining space.