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Your Guide to Philly’s Growing Empanada Scene

From baked Argentinean empanadas to the deep-fried corn pockets of Venezuela, Philadelphia’s restaurant scene has an empanada for everyone.


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Dishes in Philly to Order Right Now

News

Philly Is Now Home to the Smallest Commercial Distillery in America

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Where to Find Great Jewish Delis Around Philly

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The Takeout Soups and Stews That Will Get Us Through Winter

From classic Italian cioppino and spicy Lao-style curry to matzoh ball soup, here are the bowls that’ll keep us warm this season.

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27 Places to Eat Great Fried Chicken in Philly

Fried chicken is everywhere. Here are our favorite spots for some seriously crunchy birds.

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The Official Foobooz Gift Guide

For every cheese-lover, chocolate-eater, and Philly food fan in your life, we’ve got the perfect gift.

Guides

Where to Eat Korean Food in Philly Right Now

All the spots to get your fill of Korean fried chicken, bibimbap, japchae, soft tofu stew and more.

News

Down North Brings Detroit-Style Pizza With a Mission to Strawberry Mansion

Kurt Evans’s new restaurant won’t just be a pizza shop — it’ll also be a place of new beginnings.

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Finally, Something Spotted Lanternflies Are Good For: Honey

According to one baker, Philadelphia Bee Co.’s new honey flavor tastes like “the epitome of autumn.”


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Where to Order Takeout and Delivery During the Coronavirus Shutdown

Where to Order Takeout and Delivery During the Coronavirus Shutdown

How to eat at your favorite Philly restaurant without dining in.


Guides

The Foobooz Guide to Not Cooking This Thanksgiving

Let Philadelphia’s chefs, bakers, and French-pastry makers do all the cooking this year.

News

Goodbye, Res Ipsa Cafe

Bidding a sad farewell to the Rittenhouse coffee shop that turned into a tiny Italian BYOB at night.

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Guides

Philly Is Going Through a Seafood Revival

We are, without a doubt, in the midst of a seafood renaissance. Here are five ways to make the most of it.

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News

Philadelphia Used to Be a Seafood Town. What Happened?

For a city near the sea, we’ve had a pretty weak seafood game. But these days, Philly is in the midst of a seafood renaissance.

News

On This Warm Fall Weekend, Philly Is Shutting Down More Streets for Outdoor Dining

Just in case you feel the need for a celebration, we have the full list of streets you can eat on in Philadelphia.

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50 Best Restaurants

50 Best Restaurants


Opinion

Winter Is Going to Gut the Philly Restaurant Scene

Let’s not fool ourselves. The only way independent restaurants can survive the winter is with government assistance. 

Guides

Where to Eat Pho in Philly: The Ultimate Guide

Philadelphia has been a great pho town for as long as we can remember. Here are all the best places to get a bowl of that beefy, brothy goodness.

Guides

Where to Eat Laotian and Thai Food in Philly Right Now

From upscale BYOs to casual takeout shops to perfect little markets, Philly’s small (but mighty) Laotian and Thai restaurant scene will satisfy all your khao soi and bitter melon soup cravings.

doobies owner patti brett in front of her philadelphia dive bar, which she is trying to save with a gofundme me campaign
News

Philly Dive Bar Doobies Raises More than $27,000 In Two Days to Save Itself from Closing

“I’m just so utterly humbled,” says Doobies owner Patti Brett in response to the crowdfunding.

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