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Where to buy everything you could ever need for a perfect 2021 Thanksgiving so you don’t have to cook a single thing.
A heads up from the Beeryard, there are a few tickets left for the Boathouse Victory Dinner this Monday.
The Inquirer has published it’s Summer 2006 Shore Restaurant Guide. Follow Your Tastebuds
Get $3 Yards Saison pints and more at O’neals on 3rd street tonight.
Al Paris, a chef at several Neil Stein locales as well as Rococo, Circa, and the fondly remembered Guru is opening his own, Mantra, on […]
Thursday May 25 brings a Victory beer dinner to the Old Eagle Tavern in Manayunk. Enjoy Victory beers with each course. Victory Brewing Company
Every Sunday through Labor Day Washington Square opens it’s lush garden to Philadelphia offering BBQ Sundays. The new menu will feature “outdoorsy back to basics” […]
There may no longer be a greased pole but the epicurean delights are on the rise. And when not chowing down on the cheese, canolis, […]
Copa Miami is taking over the blink-and-you-missed-it Hamburger Mary’s on the 1700 block of Chestnut St. If you want to sample the plates before Copa […]
Michael Klein’s Table Talk column highlights Apamate, a Spanish cafe, coming to the 1600 block of South Street. Spanish breakfasts and churos highlight the menu. […]
Also in Table Talk, news that Divan Turkish Kitchen is now open. Located at 918 S 22nd St, this family affair will feature kabobs, mezes, […]
It happens every Wednesday, and it’s always a good idea. Wolf down some $.25 pierogies and wash that potato density away with a $2 Bud […]
Tria, the Rittenhouse wine bar, is opening a second location at 1601 Walnut that will also contain a fermentation classroom for wine, beer, and cheese […]
We read the reviews so you don’t have to. Here’s PW’s latest review pre-chewed for easy digestion. Trio, not to be confused with Tria, is […]
Try out Anchor Bock pints this week at 12 Steps Down. It’ll set you back just $2.50.