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Reviews

Foobooz

The Roxborough Tibetan Restaurant to Visit Again and Again

On a Friday night at White Yak, diners line up for tables. They wait on the street because it’s spring. Warm. Still daylight, even at […]

Foobooz

Good Luck Pizza Co. Is So Much More Than Just Pizza

In the dining room at Good Luck, I looked around and wondered where all the people were. It was a Thursday night. Not early. And […]

Foobooz

Ardmore’s Autana Is a Pandemic Success Story Told in Arepas and Patacones 

There is nothing about Autana that I don’t love. Let me say that right from the start. This entire review should be two sentences. Just […]

Life & Style

Wilderness and Style Meet at Rex in the Poconos

Finding the right hotel in the Poconos can be daunting. You feel like you’re choosing from three options: a fussy spa resort, a budget or […]

City Life

New Book Reveals How Ben Franklin Stoked a Rivalry Between Boston and Philly

If our cover story on Ben Franklin whetted your historical appetite — and you enjoyed Ken Burns’s PBS documentary on the city’s fave founding father […]

Foobooz

At Eclectic Hook & Master, Garces Dreams of Octopus — and Pizza

Jose Garces’s Hook & Master is a strange place. Right on the edge of gentrifying Kensington, it’s an octopus-themed Chicago-meets-Brooklyn pizza joint opened in the […]

Foobooz

Elmi’s Lark Serves Glam Picnic Food and Dramatic Views in Bala Cynwyd

It starts with the elevator ride. There’s a drama in that — something inherent, hammered into all of us through decades of TV and movies, […]

Things to Do

Museum of Illusions Philadelphia Is Now Open — and Eye-Opening

A new interactive space is now open in Philly — and likely taking over your social-media feeds. The Museum of Illusions is the newest installment […]

City Life

New Book Celebrates What Makes Philly a “City of Homes”

The Center City District’s glossy February report on “Residential Resiliency” arrived with a loud cheer for what it calls “Greater Center City,” defined as stretching […]

Be Well Philly

I Got My Aura Photographed and Left Feeling So Much More Self-Aware

After a pretty chaotic two years (COVID bride here), I knew that I needed to put more energy into my self-care routine. That’s why all […]

Foobooz

Everything You’ve Heard About Korshak Bagels Is True

Philip Korshak writes a lot of poems. On Mondays, he’ll often scribble one down in Sharpie marker on a brown paper bag and tape it […]

Foobooz

Middle Child Clubhouse, the Beloved Luncheonette’s Elevated Spin-Off, Lives Up to the Hype

The thing you have to understand about carjacking is that sometimes, it can happen completely by accident. The thing you have to understand about Middle […]

Foobooz

True Blue Bakery’s Aussie Pies Are Well Worth the Trip to the ’Burbs

When I was done with my order at True Blue Bakery — the newish Australian pie shop on Main Street in Royersford — the woman […]

Foobooz

Juana Tamale Is Everything Jennifer Zavala Promised, and More

Inside, they’re calling names so fast that you hardly have time to sit before your order is waiting at the counter — hardly have time […]

Be Well Philly

I Found Zen 57 Stories Above the City With the Seasons of Chakras Massage

A mallet strikes crystal, producing a sound somewhere between a gong and a chime that envelops the room. The singing bowl’s hymns transport me to […]