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The Best Date Night Restaurants in Philly

Romantic (but not cheesy) options, no matter the stage of your relationship.


Just One Dish: Samgak Kimbap at Cafe Walnut


Double Trellis’s Chef Marcu on Feeding Food-Insecure Philadelphians


Philly’s Latest Restaurant and Bar Openings

Latest Stories

Bar Ferdinand Set To Open Tomorrow

Michael Klein reports that Northern Liberties’ Bar Ferdinand will be opening tomorrow. Klein also goes into a bit of detail on why we should take […]

Pizza & Beer

Pizza & Beer are great toghether, but in reality a little more difficult to find together than you’d expect, prompting City Paper’s Drew Lazor to […]

Keep The French Spirit Going With Pif’s Anniversary

In Celebration of Pif’s 5 Year Anniversary, Executive Chef/owner David Ansill and Chef de Cuisine David Kane are preparing a 5-course menu of their classic […]

Bastille Day

In addition to the great goings on this weekend commemorating Bastille Day at Eastern State Penitentiary, and at Brasserie Perrier that we already chronicled, there’s […]

To Do Tonight

Continue hitting Center City Sips happy hours or head to the Falls for all you can eat crab legs at the Pour House as featured […]

Copa Miami Now Serving Dinner

Copa Miami is now serving dinner downstairs 5-11 nightly, promising the food, drink and fun of South Beach. The upstairs lounge, Moon Over Miami is […]

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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.

Rachel’s Guide To Brunch

Rachel Furman’s been back in town for a bit now and in the first of her “alls growns up” newsletter she focuses on brunch. In […]

On Chains In Center City

“I especially hate the way they try and pretend to be authentic by slapping a bunch of junk to the walls.” Rock on Eden Cohen! […]

Chinese Vegetarian Newcomer

Kirsten Henri samples as Sansom Street newcomer, we deliver the review in bite-size morsels perfect for snacking. No meat, stay away from sweet, a welcome […]

Erawan Thai Cuisine

Phillyist heads to Erawan Thai Cuisine at 23rd and Sansom for a Thai banquet and learns what “spicy” really is. the papaya salad caused the […]

Looking For Something To Do Tonight?

Check out General Lafayette’s weekly beer dinner. For just $21.95 you’ll get three courses, each paired with a different beer. In Center City? How about […]

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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.



Getting High-Def Right

The first Foobooz rant. What’s the deal with all these bars with $2000+ high def TVs that skimp on the cabling, digital cable or just […]

University City Dining Days

Start planning to celebrate University City’s culinary scene with University City Dining Days coming up July 20-27th. 26 West Philadelphia eateries are gearing up for […]

The Pour House In East Falls

The Pour House in East Falls is a good place to watch a game, and grab something big to eat. The menu’s signature dish may […]

A Blog About Philadelphia And Jersey Coffee Shops

Recently Foobooz was considering what it would take to do a better job of covering coffee shops in the Philadelphia area. But trying all those […]

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