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Where to Eat in East Passyunk

The next time you’re near the Singing Fountain, these are the restaurants to memorize for burgers, tamales, mie komplit, and more.


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Latest Stories

Victory Brewers Chili Showdown

Victory is hosting their inaugural Brewer Chili Showdown this Sunday. In an effort to keep their brewers occupied “creatively” and maybe out of trouble, management […]

A Good Lunch Bet

Looking for a good lunch spot downtown? Consider Tampopo on Jewelers Row. The spicy pork kimchee don is a perfect example of Tampopo’s distinctive Korean-Japanese […]

Passyunk Ave Goes Back In Time

East Passyunk Avenue is being transformed into DooWop Ave this Sunday. Hundreds of classic cars, free music and dancing plus great food from the Avenue’s […]


Quick Bites

In coffee news Michael Klein spills the beans that Passero’s Gourmet Coffee is closing up shop. The four locations will reopen this fall as Juan […]

Page Six

And now a new feature on Foobooz. The blind item. Think Page Six, but with restaurants instead of celebrities. We’ll take a for sale listing […]

Thursday Night

Troegs is doing a tasting at the new Foodery tonight. The Grey Lodge continues their 10th Anniversary celebration. And if you want a real late-night […]

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Why Is it So Hard for Philly Restaurants to Offer Health Insurance?

Why Is it So Hard for Philly Restaurants to Offer Health Insurance?

Thin margins and high staff turnover leave restaurant owners in a bind. Some businesses are finding their own workarounds.

Philly’s Latest Restaurant and Bar Openings

Philly’s Latest Restaurant and Bar Openings

Everything you need to know about what’s new and what’s next in Philadelphia's dining and drinking scene, all in one place.

Checking In With The Ultimate BYOB Guide

All Summer aroundphilly.com has been giving us their Ultimate BYOB Guide. And they’re still at it. When we last checked in aroundphilly was up to […]

Willie Sutton Ale At The London Grill

Willie Sutton drank here, well maybe. The story goes like this, Willie Sutton celebrated his escape from Eastern State Penitentiary with a cold beer at […]

Go Dutch

The Pennsylvania Dutch Festival starts today at the Reading Terminal Market and runs through Saturday. Celebrate the traditions, foods, and crafts of the Pennsylvania Dutch […]

Coyote Crossing Offers Half Off in August

Come to Coyote Crossing in West Chester or Conshohocken for half-off all menu items every Monday through Friday from 5pm – 6:30pm in August. Yes, […]

100 Mile Diet

Is vowing to eat only food produced within a 100-mile radius possible? In today’s City Paper we find out you can get by just fine […]

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50 Best Restaurants

50 Best Restaurants

Dining out feels fun again, especially because there are so many excellent places to choose from. Here’s our list of the most exciting restaurants right now — ranked for the first time since 2020.



Nobody Fries A Cake As Tasty As A Crab Cake

City Paper takes a look at another Philadelphia tradition, the crab cake. While Baltimore crab cake is egg laced crabmeat broiled or baked, Philadelphia’s version […]

To Do Tonight

Center City Sips is still a great idea, and the number of Wednesdays left are dwindling down to a precious few. The Grey Lodge’s 10th […]


The South Philly Review heads to Fairmount and give two-and-a-half tips of the toque to Trio. Service was excellent. Each dish was freshly prepared and […]

Abbraccio Celebrates Anniversary

Abbraccio, a true “West Philly” place, celebrates third anniversary Abbraccio, a pleasant, welcoming restaurant serving Italian food to its West Philadelphia neighbors, marked its third […]

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