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I wish I'd never heard of Philip Korshak.
One of Philly’s Best Pho Spots Just Opened a Location in NoLibs
The folks behind Kensington’s beloved Thang Long have expanded south to Girard Avenue.
Meet the Philly-Area Inventor of the Now-Famous Pickle Sandwich
“I am so exhausted,” says Katherine Cohen following a week of viral success for her bread-free creation.
Kensington’s Saint Benjamin Brewing Company Will Close
The brewery and taproom will pour its last pints next month.
NoLibs’ Piazza Begins Its Comeback With Tons of New Food and Drink Vendors
The Piazza Pod Park, the Post Brothers’ new mixed-use outdoor development, will feature food, beer, coffee, and spirits from local chefs, a roof deck, and an indoor "dining pod."
Green Eggs Cafe Is Expanding to Brewerytown and Rittenhouse
The long-running brunch favorite will also launch its first-ever catering program.
Bistro 7 Chef Returns With “Old School” French in East Passyunk
Michael O’Halloran opens his new South Philly BYO over Easter weekend. Plus, he’s got a University City coffee shop in the works.
Lunar Inn Kicks Off Brunch in Port Richmond
They’re serving kimchi bloody Marys, pretzels and lox, and sparkling cider mimosas starting this weekend.
Vernalicious Brings Veggies and Comfort Food to South Philly
Chef Verna Swerdlow, long known for her now-shuttered food truck, opens her cozy BYO in the Whitman neighborhood this weekend.
Pizzeria Beddia Isn’t the “Best Pizza in America” Anymore
But maybe it’s better this way.
Olly, the Latest From Southwark Owners, Is About to Open in Queen Village
Check out the menus for Marina de Oliveira and Chris D’Ambro’s accessible, neighborhood-friendly spot, which debuts tonight.
Ask the Editor: What Is That "Rocks" Upcharge on My Bar Bill?
No, you’re not paying for ice.
Sneak Preview: COOK’s May Class Schedule
Tickets go on sale Tuesday, April 9th at noon.
First Look: Hops, Brewerytown’s Big New Bar and Restaurant
The third beer-centric concept at 31st and Master in as many years brings a softer vibe and a full menu to its expansive space.
Drexel to Close EAT Café, Philly’s First Pay-What-You-Can Restaurant
The mission-driven concept in Powelton Village will serve its last sliding-scale meals next week.
Urban Green, the Philadelphia Zoo’s New Beer Garden, Is Now Open
The new outdoor dining area features food trucks, beer and wine, and play spaces for kids.