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How Detroit-style pizza caught our city at the perfect moment.
Emmy Squared Comes From NYC. Why Does Philly Love It Anyway?
Mezcal Negronis Are on the Menu at El Techo, the All-Year Rooftop Bar From the Suraya Crew
Defined Hospitality has finally opened its third restaurant, at the Pod Philly Hotel.
James Beard’s Epic Philly Dinner Party Is at the Fitler Club This Year
The James Beard Foundation will host a star-studded dinner at the Fitler Club. Here’s what’s on the menu.
First Look: Le Caveau Opens Above The Good King Tavern
Natural wine, charcuterie, and French hot dogs from The Good King Tavern team.
Side-by-Side Pastry and Roast Pork Sandwich Shops Are Opening on Washington Avenue
Small Oven pastry shop and Porcos porchetteria are opening in the old Kermit’s Bake Shoppe space between Point Breeze and Graduate Hospital.
Weckerly’s Is Getting a Bunch of Philly Chefs to Design Their Own Ice Cream Sandwiches
A yearlong collaboration series at Weckerly’s starts this week with Pat O’Malley from Hungry Pigeon.
Everything You Need to Know About Whiskey Fest 2019
The annual event is returning to Philly on October 24th.
These Are the Best Grilled Cheese Sandwiches in Philadelphia
Here’s where to get the most comforting sandwich ever.
Fork’s New Chef Has Big Changes Planned for the 22-Year-Old Restaurant
Jeremy Hansen plans to reduce the restaurant’s food waste and bring a more casual dining experience to the long-standing Old City restaurant.
This Fall, We’re Drinking Martinis and Only Martinis
Sipping martinis at bars across the city makes an excellent activity as days get shorter and nights get colder.
Bomba Will Bring Latin Flavors to Philly ’Burbs
The casual taco restaurant from the group behind Paladar Latin Kitchen in King of Prussia is expected to open in mid-December.
South Philly Barbacoa Tacos Are Now Available Seven Days a Week
Cristina Martinez’s weekends-only barbacoa operation is expanding its availability to bring more even more lamb tacos into our lives.
South Philly’s Favorite Mexican Bruncherie Reopens In New Location
Cafe y Chocolate is now open at 16th Street and Snyder Avenue.
Jennifer Zavala’s Tamales Find Permanent Home at Underground Arts
And, yes, you’ll be able to get her controversial vegan meatballs at some shows there, too.
Why Mission-Driven Restaurants Fail in Philadelphia
We may be the City of Brotherly Love, but we can’t seem to keep places like Rooster and EAT Café afloat.