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10 Delicious Dishes Worth Going Out of Your Way to Eat in Philly
From Hardena’s #NotPizza box to Nano’s Austin-style breakfast tacos, this is what to order now.
The Most Exciting New Restaurants in Philly Right Now
Whether you want to be wowed with extravagance or are looking for a perfect plate of comfort food, here are the places giving us hope for the future.
5 COVID-Era Philly Food Innovations We Hope Stick Around Forever
Even the most horrible predicaments have silver linings.
6 Rich and Filling Philly Dishes That’ll Warm You Right Up
From Peking duck to a Sunday roast, these meals are perfect after a long day outside.
After a particularly long and dismal 2020, let’s make the next year count, shall we?
All the Little Things We Miss About Restaurants
How much do we long to dine out again? Let me count the ways.
How to eat at your favorite Philly restaurant without dining in.
14 Places to Get Great Chicken Parm in Philly
Whether served over spaghetti or sandwiched in a crusty hoagie roll, this crispy, saucy Italian delicacy is one of our favorites. Here’s where to find it in Philly.
Birria Is Everywhere Right Now
The Takeout Soups and Stews That Will Get Us Through Winter
27 Places to Eat Great Fried Chicken in Philly
Fried chicken is everywhere. Here are our favorite spots for some seriously crunchy birds.
The Official Foobooz Gift Guide
For every cheese-lover, chocolate-eater, and Philly food fan in your life, we’ve got the perfect gift.
Where to Eat Korean Food in Philly Right Now
All the spots to get your fill of Korean fried chicken, bibimbap, japchae, soft tofu stew and more.
Kurt Evans’s new restaurant won’t just be a pizza shop — it’ll also be a place of new beginnings.
Finally, Something Spotted Lanternflies Are Good For: Honey
According to one baker, Philadelphia Bee Co.’s new honey flavor tastes like “the epitome of autumn.”
The Foobooz Guide to Not Cooking This Thanksgiving
Let Philadelphia’s chefs, bakers, and French-pastry makers do all the cooking this year.