Maddy Sweitzer-Lammé

Digital Contributor


The 2020 Philly Chef Conference: Sustainability, Restaurant Leadership and the Golden Age of Pasta

Check out the full schedule of events for the event’s 7th year.


Look How Pretty Oyster House Is Now

The beloved Philly seafood spot just reopened after a quick refresh.


Look Inside the Fairview, Fergie Carey’s New Bar in Fairmount

The Fairview has a vegan-focused menu with plenty of beer and wine to pair.


Here’s What’s on the Menu at Center City’s Newest Steakhouse

Premium wagyu, creamed corn creme brûlée, and plenty of seafood.

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Vietnamese Coffee, Gelato, and Other Women-Made Artisan Goods to Stock Up on Now

These are the Philly foods that will light up your next dinner party.

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8 Women-Owned Fast Casual Restaurants in Philly

Our women-run quick-serve eateries take the crown.


The Philly Cooks Lineup This Year Is Absolutely Stellar

Foobooz’s annual celebration of eating and drinking is less than a month away.


Everything You Need to Know About Fishtown’s New Dinner Theater

Hydraulics, Mediterranean food and contortionists will be on full display at Fabrika, Fishtown’s new restaurant/cabaret on Frankford Avenue.


Inside Wine Dive, South Street’s No-Fuss Wine Bar by the Hawthornes Crew

It’s a dive bar that pours in natural wine, craft cocktails and fancy Citywides.


Philly’s Fledgling Wine Scene Is About to Face Its Biggest Threat

How a proposed tariff could double the price of your favorite wine and shut down businesses across the city.


Here Comes Dig With Spicy Citrus Salads and Grain Bowls

The new fast-casual healthy-eating chain’s opening in Rittenhouse will benefit a local charity.


Green Aisle Grocery, a Trailblazer in Philly’s Local Foodways, to Close All Locations

The local food retailer’s owners have decided to shut down both locations at the end of January.


A List of Possible New Year’s Resolutions for Philly Diners

Doing our part to keep the city’s food scene excellent, one delicious meal at a time.


Your Guide to Philly’s Best New Year’s Eve Dinners

Now is a good time to ball out on lobster, steak, truffle and champagne. Here are the best places to dine in the new year.


Some of the World’s Biggest Names in Food Are Coming to the 2020 Philly Chef Conference

The conference’s 7th year is shaping up to be the best yet.