Where to Eat This Weekend: Somewhere Comfortable
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Where to Eat This Weekend: Somewhere Comfortable

It's been a weird week. From hummus to Korean stew to French rabbit, we all deserve a little bit of comfort.


12 of Spring's Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings
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12 of Spring's Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings

The Best Places to Eat in West Philly and University City
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The Best Places to Eat in West Philly and University City

Where to Eat in Reading Terminal Market
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Where to Eat in Reading Terminal Market

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12 of Spring’s Most Anticipated Restaurant Openings

Philadelphia’s food scene keeps booming in 2018, with new food halls, purveyors, and places to dine popping up from Old City to University City.

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Where to Eat This Weekend: Somewhere Comfortable

It’s been a weird week. From hummus to Korean stew to French rabbit, we all deserve a little bit of comfort.

Guides

Where to Eat in Reading Terminal Market

The heart of Philadelphia’s food scene turns 125 today. Here are some of our favorite places to shop, sip and dine in the historic food hall.

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The Best Places to Eat in West Philly and University City

With everything from brewpubs to Ethiopian cafes, West Philly has a wealth of places just waiting to feed you.

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Peek Inside Old City’s New Peruvian Restaurant, Vista Peru

The Northeast’s El Balconcito crew opens their downtown outpost this weekend with upscale Peruvian fare and an extensive pisco bar.

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Wine Is Cool Again, and Philly Wine Week Will Show You Why

Five years in, they’re popping the first corks of 2018 on March 22nd.


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Vote Now for the Best Philly Icon

We asked five influential Philadelphians to pick the thing or person that best represents our city. The winner gets a Best of Philly award. Vote for your favorite and enter to win two tickets to the Best of Philly party this August.


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The Black Food Historian Who Called Out Paula Deen Will Talk Culinary History in Philly

In his book The Cooking Gene, chef, gardener, historical interpreter, and author Michael Twitty traces Southern food’s true roots — and his own — to the earliest African-Americans and beyond.

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Chef Kris Serviss Lands on His Feet in the Northeast With a New Sandwich Shop

The chef is rallying back — first with a new sandwich shop, and later down the line, a new BYOB.

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Cadence, a BYOB from High Street Alums, Will Open on Girard Avenue

Chefs Michael Fry, Samantha Kincaid, and Jon Nodler are striking out on their own.

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5 Philly Restaurants for a Strangely Warm February

It’s 70 degrees, people. Do something about it.

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What to Eat This Weekend: Steaks, Lobsters and Ice Cream

Let’s indulge while we can — before the weather or the world chases us all back indoors again.

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Vote Now for the Best Philly Icon

Vote Now for the Best Philly Icon

We asked five influential Philadelphians to pick the thing or person that best represents our city. The winner gets a Best of Philly award. Vote for your favorite and enter to win two tickets to the Best of Philly party this August.


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Here’s What to Expect From Chad Gelso, Aldine’s New Chef

The Pennsylvania native plans to expand the menu, highlight local producers, and boost the restaurant’s bar program.

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El Merkury, a Central American Restaurant and Churro Bar, Will Open in Rittenhouse

The new restaurant will take over the recently closed Agno Grill on Chestnut Street.

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Here Are Philly’s James Beard Semifinalists for 2018

The region scored 14 nominations across seven categories this year.

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Restaurant Review: Oloroso

Once upon a time, chef Townsend Wentz had a dream of opening a little tapas bar in Center City. Here’s what happened when he woke up.

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