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Today’s the day to profile restaurateurs. The Inquirer sheds some light on Ellen Yin, owner of Fork in Old City. Now, to celebrate Fork’s 10th […]
Late this summer look for watermelon on local menus. At Audrey Claire near Rittenhouse Square, chef de cuisine Greg Garbacz tops watermelon chunks with crumbled […]
Atlantic City’s Holiday Inn and Howard Johnson’s have closed down to be reborn the Chelsea. A “sexy” high-end boutique style hotel. When the Chelsea opens […]
A. D. Amorosi profiles restaurateur Billy Wong and his latest partnership, Ly Michaels in Chinatown. Hospitality was always his strength, even after Plate in NoLibs […]
Out with the old in with the better as Mark Bee’s Silk City Diner is not the old Silk. Here’s a more important similarity with […]
Rejoice Fairmount, The Belgian Tavern is set to open next Wednesday. [Table Talk, Philadelphia Inquirer] Knock has had its soft opening and is set to […]
We picked up a copy of Jose Pistolas menu the other night and wanted to share. Tacos, sopes and burritos, oh my.
We spotted the zoning notice a couple of weeks ago but now it’s official. A Goodburger is coming to the 1700 block of Chestnut Street. […]
Check out today’s Metro for the Bite where you can read about tonight’s grand opening of Jose Pistolas and the soft opening of Makers Local. […]
Philly Chit Chat has the lowdown on Knock, the restaurant and lounge that will attempt to break the curse of the 12th and Locust corner. […]
Back when we were taking some City Planning courses a couple years ago we had the novel concept of doing a paper on neighborhood gastropubs […]
The bar and lounge Knock at 12th and Locust has had a soft opening and look for Jose Pistolas to open next Wednesday. [Table Talk, […]
This week The Bite covers the closing of Independence and the Opening of Dock Street plus don’t forget that Restaurant Week is a mere month […]
XIX is opening an outdoor balcony with a 10-seat cafe August 31st, which just happens to be National Eat Outside Day (yeah, who knew there […]