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Rittenhouse Square

Rittenhouse Square is one of Philadelphia’s most popular neighborhoods. One of the five original squares planned by city founder William Penn in the late 17th century, the park at the heart of Rittenhouse Square is widely considered one of the finest urban public spaces in the country. The square is home to many works of public art, and the neighborhood serves as a hub for fine dining and extensive retail. Check out our ultimate guide to dining in Rittenhouse before making your next reservation.

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Susanna Foo’s SUGA Draws Closer

Philadelphians have been eagerly awaiting the return of Susanna Foo to Center City Philadelphia. The chef who owned the highly acclaimed Susanna Foo on Walnut […]

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Little Pete’s Is Looking to Relocate

With the parking garage housing Little Pete’s looking like it will someday become a Hyatt Centric hotel, the iconic 24-hour diner is officially looking to relocate. MSC […]

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Bluestone Lane, NY Cafe Chain Is Coming to Philadelphia

Bluestone Lane, a chain of six cafes out of New York that have sprung up since 2013 is opening its first out-of-market location. The cafe […]

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The Queen of Sandwiches: Meltkraft Reviewed

Grilled cheese is the queen of sandwiches. Say what you will about its simplicity, its lack of intrinsic finesse (only rule: don’t burn), but it […]

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Spiked! Good Stuff Eatery Closes

Top Chef star Spike Mendelsohn has closed his Center City burger joint, Good Stuff Eatery. The cocky Mendelsohn opened Good Stuff, his brand’s first spot […]

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We Come to Eat Fire: DanDan Reviewed

DanDan on a Friday night is a mess in the best possible way—a riot of people and bags and plates, with servers squeezing through the […]

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Veganism for Dummies: Bar Bombon Reviewed

You’ve got to be pretty confident to think about opening a vegan restaurant in a town that already has Vedge in it. That’s kind of […]

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Aldine Is Celebrating Year One with a Halloween Party

George and Jennifer Sabatino’s Aldine turns one this Wednesday, October 28th. The Sabatinos are throwing an Anniversary/Halloween party to celebrate. Instead of sit-down dinner service, […]

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Tuesday Burgers, Korean Tacos and Candy-Fried Wings: SouthGate Reviewed

I have lied thousands of times. Across countless dinners in half a dozen cities in four different states, I have been asked more times than […]

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Tired Hands and Aldine Deepen Relationship

Aldine and Tired Hands Brewing Company are deepening their relationship. George and Jennifer Sabatino’s restaurant has featured beers from the Ardmore brewery in the past […]

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The Revisit: Vernick Food + Drink

Every restaurant has an inaugural “regular,” and for Vernick, it was me. At least that’s what chef Greg Vernick divulged, with a chuckle, when I […]

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Bar Bombon Has An Opening Date And Menu

Once upon a time, the space pictured at left was going to be a Latin-themed vegan joint from Nicole Marquis (HipCityVeg, Charlie Was A Sinner) […]

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DanDan Gets Liquor License, Begins Happy Hour

On Friday, DanDan at 126 S 16th Street received its liquor license. On Wednesday, August 19th, the Sichuan/Taiwanese spot will be launching its interestingly named happy […]

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Iced Tea Pop-Up at Cook

Friday, August 14th and Saturday the 15th, tea writer and consultant Alexis Siemons is hosting an iced tea pop-up at Cook (253 S 20th Street). She will […]

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A Look Back at Friday Saturday Sunday’s First Review

With the final days of Friday Saturday Sunday under owners Jamie and Weaver Lilley coming up quickly. We reached into the Philadelphia magazine archives to […]